Pocket Scrapbooking with Project Life

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Jan

16th

inspiration from our creative team – january 2018

It’s a new year and we’ve got an entirely new Creative Team to share a monthly dose of inspiration with you! I am so excited to have the opportunity to work with these insanely talented ladies and I look forward to them adding more inspiration every month. We can’t wait for you to get to know each of them and their individual creative styles. We’ve got team members from around the world who will be infusing their personal lifestyles and cultures along with their amazing photography skills to bring you a power-packed sampling of how they are using Project Life® in their memory keeping throughout 2018. Each team member’s name is linked to her profile page where you can get to know her a little better. Check out their individual social media pages where there are sharing even more goodness!

We hope you have all been thinking about your memory keeping for the upcoming year and in doing so, have made goals as to what you would like to do with Project Life this year. Whether you’ve already documented the first few weeks of the year or if you’re still getting started, remember it’s never too late. Pick right up and just do it!

Today you’ll be seeing pages from the girls on our team using our physical products. Next week you will be able to see inspiration from those on our team using our digital products and Project Life App. And, of course, you can follow our social media channels to see even more inspiration from our team members and others using Project Life. No matter which products you choose to use, Project Life is here 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.

If you’re in the US, it’s probably pretty cold right now so grab a hot drink and a blanket and dive right in for some fabulous inspiration!


Layout by Ellinor Svensen using the Design A Photo Pocket Pages and the Baby Edition from Digital Project Life. She also included various embellishments.


Layout by Emma Pescott using the Design F Photo Pocket Page and the Design S Photo Pocket Page (cut in half). Cards are from Gather Edition, embellished with Inspire Edition Chipboard Stickers and enamel dots from Bright Overlay kit. Date stamped with the Project 52 – Fresh Roller Date Stamp.


Layout by Irene Jorba using the Design A Photo Pocket Page with cards from the Rain Core Kit.


Layout by Katie Chiet using the Design A Photo Pocket Pages with cards from the Boy Themed Cards Kit.


Layout by Shifrah Combiths using the Design A Photo Pocket Pages and cards from the Desktop Edition Core Kit.


Layout by Catherine Furlin using the Design A Photo Pocket Page and cards from the Currently, Baby Boy, Project 52 Fresh, & Project 52 2016 editions.

A few notes from Catherine: The week cards are from the Project 52 Fresh edition. I own this physical kit but also purchased the title cards separately from the digital store because I knew I’d want to use them in many different projects. They are 4×6, but I cut them down to 3×4. The “on the record” journaling card is from Project 52 2016 edition (digital), and I typed up the journaling directly on the card in Photoshop before printing.

The “Big Things Often Have Small Beginnings” card was a horizontal 3×4, but I cut it down to fit with the ultrasound photo, on top of a 4×6 card. The blue mini folder (which I cut down to a 3.5” height) holds original ultrasound photos and the ultrasound photo featured on the spread has been scanned and re-printed. Original ultrasound photo paper fades, so it’s important to scan & re-print, or just print from the disc if you receive one from your doctor.

We had received a pin at our first ultrasound that I wanted to include but was too bulky to put in the page, so I pinned it in the upper left margin of the page protector.


Layout by Erica Shaw using the Design A Photo Pocket Page and cards from the Polka Dot Party Mini Kit and the Cathy Zielske Value Kit.


Layout by Sarah Bargo using the Design 3 and Design 4 6×8 photo pocket pages and cards from the Better Together Core Kit.

COMMENTS

2 Responses

  1. Great to see another new team of wonderfully, creative scrapbookers using Project Life! So many great photos and layout spreads. I especially love the last one from Sarah Bargo who did a fussy cut around some of the Better Together cards and made her own “die-cuts” for her layout. Brilliant! I don’t know how I haven’t thought of doing that before! It’s also refreshing to see some layouts in both the straight-forward look of just Project Life cards and also some with embellishments. This type of Hybrid approach is very appealing, while still keeping it simple in Project Life pocket scrapbooking. Can’t wait to see more from the design team this year :)

  2. Lisa Brown says:

    Love these pages! Well done, Creative Team!

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