Hello, memory keepers! I’m back today to share another collection of infinitely inspiring projects with you from the Creative Team. These projects were all put together using products of their choosing, so it’s a diverse mix of layouts and pocket pages using a wide range of products from the shop – new and old. It’s one of my favorite posts each month.
This is my favorite recipe for a two-page layout – big picture on one side, supporting photos and journaling on the other. Perfection. (Using Stuck on You)
Love the tiny hint of patterns along the edges of Kelly’s page. (Using At Week’s End)
I really admire how Stacy continues to regularly document the lives of her adult children. It’s so awesome that they’ll have this complete history. (Using These Walls: Moving Day and Flight Plan No. 20)
Asali always wins my heart with all the scattery bits on her pages. I love the organic feel of her pages. (Uses Serendipity)
Fun page using an underwater photo from Kerrianne – and I love the circular wordart and how it floats like bubbles on her page. (Uses Guppy)
Beautiful page by Che – love how the vellum pieces soften her design. (Uses High Street Stories)
Kari’s mix of digital cards and physical stamps rocks! They’re my two favorites, too. I just can’t resist a stamp and an ink pad. (Using High Street Stories Journaling Cards, Nosh and 2015 Calendar Cards (M-S))
I love how Leena’s photos all look expertly matched. She has such a knack for coordinating her photos and products. (Uses Dwell Journaling Cards)
Denise is typically one of my digital page artists, but I loved seeing this digital pocket spread from her this month. I like how she included her landscape photo across two pockets on the left side. (Uses Scoop digital kit and journaling cards)
This is a fun 6×12 insert from Emily this month! I love this size, it’s a nice compromise if 6×8 just isn’t enough space, but 12×12 is enormous. (Uses Scoop journaling cards)
These two images from Mandy show examples of how to think outside the pocket in your Project Life album. The large journaling insert in the top image was made using the wordart from a digital kit as a stamp. (Uses Identity journaling cards and Guppy digital kit)
Have a great weekend!