Pocket Scrapbooking with Project Life

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inspiration from our physical creative team – november 2016

This past week I had the opportunity to spend time with my little family and we had such a great weekend! We saw movies together, drove three hours north to cut down a Christmas tree, and spent the rest of our time decorating. As we were creating these memories I couldn’t help but snap photos the entire time. Memories are made when we spend time with those we love; and boy was this a weekend full of love! Not to mention A LOT of great food. Don’t worry, I took photos of that as well.

Why wouldn’t we want to “bottle up” the goodness of these memories into albums that anyone + everyone can enjoy? It doesn’t have to be complicated to get it done. Simply print your favorite photos and slip them into pockets alongside journaling cards where you can jot down your thoughts, stories, details, and more. You can see in the pages that our Creative Team members shared this month that simple pages make a huge impact. Every layout documents memorable times whether they are big events, daily bits of life, or annual traditions. Taking time to record these memories is a wonderful reminder of the abundance of blessings that fill our lives.

The pages + projects you’ll see in this post are from the girls on our team using our physical products. You can also find digital inspiration for November from those on our team using our digital products and the Project Life App to document. No matter which products you choose, the idea behind Project Life is the same – to help you simplify the process of getting your stories into albums! Remember that the 3 core Project Life components and nothing else are really all you need to get started. Album + Project Life Core Kit + Big Pack of Photo Pocket PagesThat’s it. All products used in the pages below include direct links under the images for your convenience so you can see more.

Sit back, grab a warm drink (it’s getting cold out there!), and enjoy another monthly dose of inspiration from our remarkable Creative Team!


Layout by Steffie van den Akker. Layout features the Photo Pocket Pages Design A.



Layout by Alena Honeycutt. Layout features the Design D Photo Pocket Page, cards from the Everyday Edition Core Kit, and Boys Rule Value Kit on the left.
The right side features Design E Photo Pocket Page along with three 6×6 layouts created in the app, using the Desktop Edition and School Themed Cards.


Layout by Annelie Maddock. Layout features the Design H Photo Pocket Pages and Design G Photo Pocket Pages with cards from the Note to Self Value Kit.


Layout by Azzari Jarrett. Layout features Photo Pocket Pages Design A, adjusted to 9×12 with Project Life Fuse Tool. Cards are from the Everyday Edition Core Kit. Azzari also used the Project Life Date Stamp.


Layout by Constanze Wirtz. Layout features the Design 01 Pocket Pages from Stampin’ Up! Cards are from the Good Times Project Life kit by Stampin’ Up!


Layout by Debra Tuffner. Layout features 6×8 Photo Pocket Pages Design 3 as well as 2 3×4 Filler Cards and 2 3×4 Journaling Cards from the Hello December 2016 Core Kit. The embellishments are from various Ali Edwards December Daily kits as well as wood veneer pieces from Colorcast Designs.


Layout by Diana Sanchez. Layout features Photo Pocket Pages Design I & Design U, cards from the Capture Life Themed Cards, Grid Cards, and the Claire font for documenting in Digital Project Life.


Layout by Emily Coe. Layout features the Design A Photo Pocket Pages and cards from the Boys Rule Value Kit.


Layout by Kaitlin O’Connell. Layout features the Rain Edition. Left side is Design C, insert is Design Z (trimmed), and right side is design W. Kaitlin also used the precision pen (.01), Project Life Date Stamp, and the Fuse Tool.


Layout by Kory Woodard. Layout features the 6×8 Design 4 Photo Pocket Pages and cards from the Midnight Edition and Currently Edition.


Layout by Leigh Odynski. Layout features the Design G Photo Pocket Pages and cards from the Everyday Edition.


Layout by Megan Rose. Layout features the Design A Photo Pocket Pages with cards from the Confetti Edition and the Project Life Date Stamp. Photo on the left side has a quote that was cut from a card in the Confetti Edition then added to the photo.


Layout by Stephanie Ryan. Layout features the Design A Photo Pocket Pages8×10 Page Protector, and cards from the Everyday Edition.


Layout by Tara Leake. Layout features the Design A Photo Pocket Pages with 3×4 Journaling Grid Cards and the Digital High Five Edition, recolored and reworked.


One Response

  1. Sean Eyring says:

    Have you guys made your decision on the 2017 Creative Team? I think I remember that you’d contact people the end of November. Just sitting here on pins and needles waiting… :)