inspiration from our physical creative team – march 2018
Can you believe it is already the end of March?! For most of us here in Arizona, spring break has just ended and we are gearing up for the end of the school year! For many of us this means there has been a lot of memory making and even more photos being taken of those memories. It’s been perfectly 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. 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 Pages. That’s it. All products used in the pages below include direct links under the images for your convenience so you can see more.
Grab a drink and cozy up for some some fabulous inspiration!
Layout by Emma Pescott using the Design A and Design H Photo Pocket Pages. Cards are from the Project 52 RAD Edition and Chipboard Stickers also from the Project 52 RAD edition. A note from Emma – I have decided to do my “weekly” pages with B&W photos for a contrast to all the other pages I do which are generally loaded with colour. This has made it a super fast process, as I do not have to worry about matching the colours in the photos to colours in the cards! So awesome!
Layout by Irene Jorba using the Honey Core Kit. She used a large picture and cut it up into smaller sections and added some letter stickers.