Pocket Scrapbooking with Project Life

Cultivate a good life and record it.



inspiration from our physical creative team – march 2017

It’s hard to believe we are almost halfway through the month of March! For some of us here in Arizona, spring break is in full force. For many of us this means a lot of memory making and even more photos being taken of those memories. It’s been very warm here, but in other parts of the country/world, you are just beginning to thaw from months of winter. No matter the weather or the season, we hope you are finding inspiration all around you. Our Creative Team members are in all different “seasons of life” and yet each of them is documenting her story in whatever way suits her the best – the very thought of that is inspiring.

Today you’ll be seeing pages from the girls on our team using our physical products. Our other creative teams have been hard at work creating inspiration from our digital products and Project Life® App, in addition to our Project Life for Stampin’ Up! products. 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.

Dive right in and enjoy a few doses of inspiration as you continue on your own Project Life journey!

Layout but Takael Clement. Layout features the Design A and Design D Photo Pocket Pages with cards from the Bright and Bold and the Favorite Things Core Kit.

Layout by Mel Carruthers. Layout features the Design A Photo Pocket Pages with cards and die-cut shapes from the Project 52 – Fresh Edition and cards from the Everyday Edition. Other die cut embellishments come from the Adventure Edition.

Layout by Carly Robertson. Layout features the Design A Photo Pocket Page and cards and embellishments from the Currently Core Kit.

Layout by Laura M. Layout features the Design C Photo Pocket Page, with cards from the Dear Lizzy Neapolitan Core Kit.

Layout by Emily Yee. Layout features the Design A Photo Pocket Pages with cards from the Better Together Core Kit plus a cork heart from the Salsa Edition Value Kit.

Layout by Dayna Holm. Layout features the Design A Photo Pocket Page with cards from the Dreamy Edition.

Layout by Abi Schmit. Layout features the Design Q and Design C Photo Pocket Pages with cards from the Cobalt Edition.

Layout by Jenahlee Chamberlain. Layout features the Design A Photo Pocket Pages with cards from the Cottage Living and the Everyday Edition.

Layout by Theresa Doan. Layout features the Design F Photo Pocket Page with cards from the Everyday Edition. The Geotag stamp comes from the Stampin’ Up! Project Life Point & Click stamp set.

Layout by Kelly Fergie. Layout features the Design A Photo Pocket Pages with cards from the Project 52 – Fresh Edition.

Layout by Buddhini Ekanayake. Layout features pockets created using the Photo Fuse Tool and 12×12 Page Protectors. The cards are from the Everyday EditionCurrently EditionLittle Moments Core Kit, and the Good Time Value Kit.

Layout by Tia Hale. Layout features the Design F and Design D Photo Pocket Pages with cards and embellishments from the Garden Party Value Kit and the Neapolitan Core Kit.


2 Responses

  1. Wow! Love seeing the gorgeous work of others. Think it’s clever that you’ve also included exactly which kits were used to make the pages. My favorite is the layout by Theresa Doan. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Just wanted to say thank you for Project Life. I turn my daughter on to it this weekend to help her get through all her photographs from her husband’s early years. We did 20 pages in a 12 by 12 album and we both feel so accomplished. I also introduced her to the Project Life app and told her how I deal with all the pictures on my phone and how I do my scrapbooking I felt like I was doing photo rescue, in a layman’s way. &ugs to all!