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inspiration from our physical creative team – october 2016

Wow, could it really be that October is almost over?! We’ve had a fun + busy birthday month, we hope you have followed along and joined us in all of the fun! Speaking of fun, have you seen what our Creative Team has been up to? These girls keep bringing the inspiration! I love seeing the variety in their submissions each month and hope you find their creativity inspiring as you work to create your own pages and albums.

Our Creative Team continues to inspire us with their storytelling, photography, and everyday documenting. We are simply delighted to hear the stories of how Project Life® is helping them achieve their goals for recording their stories – past and present. Some are working on photos of current events + weeks, others are documenting one month at a time, and we even have team members going back a few years to finally get those “older” photos into albums. Whatever pictures or stories you have waiting, Project Life is the perfect solution to help you quickly + easily get it done so you can enjoy your albums and share them with others. The pages you’ll see in this post are from the girls on our team using our physical products. You can also find digital inspiration from September 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.

Feel free to get inspired by our team’s pages this month and hopefully feel like you, too, can get your stories recorded!


Layout by Trang Nguyen. Layout features the Design H Photo Pocket Pages along with cards from the Modern Core Kit.


Layout by Tara Leake. Layout features a 6×8 Page Protector and the 6×8 Design 3 with a card from the Foil Card Kit.


Layout by Megan Rose. Layout features the Design A Photo Pocket Pages with cards from the Currently Edition and a “Thank you” card was placed on top of Currently Card background. She included the card because it was a sweet note from a neighbor.


Layout by Leigh Odynski. Layout features Design A Photo Pocket Pages, the Currently Edition and Currently Die-Cut Shapes.


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


Layout by Kaitlin O’Connell. Layout features the Favorite Things Core Kit, Happy Core Kit, and Stampin’ Up! This Day Mini Kit. She used Design X Photo Pocket Pages, the Project Life Date Stamp, and the Fuse Tool.


Layout by Emily Coe. Layout features the Design G Photo Pocket Pages and the Sprinkles Value Kit.


Layout by Diana Sanchez. Layout features Design I and Design J Photo Pocket Pages, the Happy Edition and she used the Becky Script Font for documenting.


Layout by Debra Tuffner. Layout features the Design A Photo Pocket Pages and the Happy Place Edition.


Layout by Constanze Wirtz. Layout features the Design 01 Pocket Pages from Stampin’ Up! with all cards and embellishments from the Southern Wedding Core Kit.


Layout by Annelie Maddock. Layout features the Design P Photo Pocket Page and cards from Stampin’ Up! Hello Lovely Collection.


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


Layout by Alena Honeycutt. Layout features Photo Pocket Pages Design A, the Jade Edition, and blank white 3×4 cards.