inspiration from our creative team


I simply love seeing how our Creative Team is using Project Life® to document their lives each month. Many are recording their day-to-day adventures in 2014 while others are tackling “older” photos and projects. Most of them are keeping things super simple with photos + cards + handwritten journaling while others are incorporating a bit of “creative flair” to suit their style best. Finding what works for you is one key to success when it comes to how you choose to approach Project Life. Our products are designed to make it easy for you create more pages in less time, but also allow for lots of flexibility so you can express your personality and style beautifully.

Each month we’re only sharing one example from each of our creative team members here, but we know you’d probably love to see more. Most of them are also sharing on either a personal blog, instagram, or other social avenues, so just click on the person’s name and it will take you directly to where they are sharing more examples of how they’re using Project Life as a memory-keeping system. You can also visit their personal profile pages (on our Meet the Team page) for links to all of the places you can find their work.

Remember that you really can create an entire scrapbook with the 3 core Project Life components and nothing else. Album + Project Life Core Kit + Big Pack of Photo Pocket PagesThat’s it. You can find links directly below their layouts to most of the products they’ve used in our shop.

Hope you love this April dose of inspiration from our Creative Team as much as I do!



Pages by Annette Spaniel featuring the Coral Edition. Left page is Design F.


Pages by Autumn Nguyen featuring the Kiwi Edition (JoAnn Exclusive).

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Pages by Bobbi-Jo Grunewald featuring the Kraft Edition. Right page is Design G.


Pages by Donya Gjerdingen featuring the Kiwi Edition (JoAnn Exclusive), Baby Edition, Jade Edition, and Sunshine Edition. Right page is Design B.


Pages by Erin Stewart featuring the Baby Edition for Her.


Pages by Heather Burris featuring the Midnight Edition and Seafoam Edition. Right page is Design F.


Pages by Jen Geigley featuring the Sunshine Edition. Left page is Design P and right page is Design Q – both a part of Small Variety Pack 4.


Page by Jess Forster featuring the Midnight Edition. Left page is Design H and right page is a 12×12 Page Protector.


Pages by Juli Jones featuring the Jade Edition. Right page is Design G.


Recipe book by Krista Faulkner featuring the Strawberry Edition. Left page shows the Strawberry Edition Designer Paper and uses a 6×8 Page Protector. The right side shows 6×8 Photo Pocket Page Design 3.


Pages by Krista Noorman featuring the Jade Edition. Left page is Design D.


Pages by Rachel DelGrosso featuring the Sunshine Edition. Left page is Design E and right page is Design L.


Pages by Tara McKernin featuring the Jade Edition.


Pages by Trisha Harrison featuring the Cut & Paste Mini Kit.

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20 Responses to “inspiration from our creative team”

  1. Jamie

    Am I missing something? Who did the layout at the very top (with the palm trees) and what kit was used? Thanks!

  2. Alex

    Beautiful post! :)

  3. Trish

    I’m just wondering why there aren’t any digital pages shown?

    • Shanon

      I think Digital Project Life has it’s own creative team. That’s why none of these are digital.

    • Trish

      I haven’t heard of a digital project life team. If so, where can we see their pages?

  4. Lori

    These are gorgeous and inspiring! Thank you to the creative team for sharing, and thank you to Becky for choosing designers who epitomize the simplicity of the PL brand.

  5. Phyllis

    I love how there were so many different size page protectors used. I have a variety but seem to get stuck using just one or two styles over and over. Inspiration to change things up this week. Thanks for sharing!

  6. Rhonda Steed

    Fantastic Spreads!!

  7. Andrea

    LOVE IT! I love seeing these layouts with just the photos, cards and journaling! It shows the pages can be beautiful and meaningful without having to put a ton of embellishments on them. So inspiring! Thank you so much. :)

  8. Shelly Jaquet

    Awesome inspiration! I always look forward to this each month :)

  9. Marisa

    A lot of really simple pages this time. Nice to see sometimes :)

  10. Chris H

    I have ordered a lot of the mini project life kits and albums and I’m trying to figure out how to get myself started, I’m thinking monthly so that I don’t get so overwhelmed and discouraged. I have a question, does anyone know where I can find month journal cards, something that says January, February, etc? And, I really don’t want to print my own. I’d prefer a nice card that is already rounded on the edges. Anyone have this, purchase this before? I’d appreciate anyone’s help:) Thanks!!

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  12. Maryna Conradie

    not got myself around to scrapping ‘project life’ but just love your recipe book, and a huge Becky fan. just might pop in and visit when in Lower Hutt beginning Jan for our once – in- a – life time holiday. Hope you will be open.
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