Pocket Scrapbooking with Project Life

Cultivate a good life and record it.



inspiration from our physical creative team – june 2018

Here in the United States, many of us are in the full swing of summer. In fact, this post is barely making it before the end of the month due to being on summer vacation with my family. Today as I was capturing some unexpected moments, like walking behind a waterfall when a huge gust of wind completely soaked us, I was feeling extra grateful for the camera I carry with me everyday. We are so lucky that we have the technology that allows us to capture moments as they happen without even having to think about it! Do you think about what you will do with those photos once you take them?  Project Life® really is the very easiest way to document all of the occasions in our lives. From the everyday and ordinary to the extraordinary, it is all a part of our story!

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.

Keep reading for your fill of some fabulous inspiration!

Layout by Ellinor Svensen using the Design C and Design A Photo Pocket Pages. Cards from the Kraft and Foil Value Kit.

Layout by Emma Pescott using the Design A Photo Pocket pages both fused (using the Fuse Tool) and cut into 9×12 pages. Cards from the Midnight Edition. “Love this//” stamped using Project 52 Fresh Roller Date Stamp. Enamel dots from Kiwi Edition, clear overlay (trimmed) from Project 52 Fresh Edition, Chipboard Stickers from Snapshots Edition. “Happiness” tab cut from a 3×4 card.

Layout by Irene Jorba using the Kraft Core Kit.

Layout by Katie Chiet using a 12×12 Page Protector and the Design A Photo Pocket Page with cards from the Project 52 Rad Core Kit.

Layout by Shifrah Combiths using the Design A Photo Pocket Pages with cards from the Midnight Edition.

Layout by Catherine Furlin using the Design A Photo Pocket Pages and cards from the Project 52 Fresh and the Man Edition.

Layout by Sarah Bargo using the Design A and Design G Photo Pocket Pages with cards from the Stories Value Kit,  Magnolia Jane Value Kit, and the Favorite Things Core Kit.

Layout by Erica Shaw using the Design A Photo Pocket Pages with cards from the Turn the Page Value Kit. She also used the Project Life Date Stamp and she cut out elements from cards and added them with adhesive for dimension.