inspiration from our creative team – october
Hello, Fall, and hello, October!! With our birthday month in full swing, October is always a favorite month around here … celebrations, changing leaves, cooler temperatures, and the rush toward holidays abounding. For those of you who are just starting to heat up for the “summer,” you’re probably ready to say goodbye to the colder temps that we’re looking forward to! Whatever season you’re in, we hope you’re creating memories, taking photos, and documenting all along the way.
We’ve got some fantastic work from our Creative Team to share with you to help inspire you in your journey to document. These ladies are actively using Project Life® to document their past, present, and special events. Some are consistent in working on their albums weekly while others work more in batches and “catching up.” Doing what works for you is key in feeling successful, and this talented group is making it work however it makes sense for them … just like the rest of us should!
We include one example from each of our creative team members here in this post, but if you’re looking for more details, inspiration, and ideas, most of them are also sharing on either a personal blog, Instagram, or other social avenues – just click on the person’s name below the layout and it will take you directly to where she is sharing more examples of how she’s 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 Pages. That’s it. You can find links directly below their layouts to most of the products they’ve used in our shop.
Settle in and enjoy everything our team has to share this month!
Pages by Autumn Nguyen featuring the Midnight Edition (in-app), Kiwi Edition, and Favorite Things Edition. Insert is Design E trimmed in half and has layouts created with the Project Life App printed at 6×6 to fit the pockets.