Project Life Layout Styles

Project Life Layout Styles

As Project Life or Pocket Scrapbooking has become a big trend in the Digital Scrapbooking world, many designers and scrapbookers are adopting this style with their unique approaches. I am here to show you some of these unique Pocket Scrapbooking layout styles.

 

Clean & Simple

Tiffany Emmanuel’s clean & simple style is so inspiring. I love how she uses just a few elements and focuses on her gorgeous photos. See more of Tiffany’s layouts here.

 

Here is another gorgeous example from Maribel Rivas. Her beautiful photos are perfectly balanced with her journal cards. See more of Maribel’s layouts here.

 

Artsy

I love Anna Aspnes Artsy style of Project Life. She creates her own FotoInspired Templates and Artsy Kardz and uses transfers, brushes and light to make her layouts truly unique. See more of Anna’s Layouts here.

 

Anna inspired me to start Project Life and I adopted her style. See more of my layouts here.

 

Mixed Media

Heather Greenwood adds mixed media touches to her gorgeous hybrid Layouts by blending cards and papers together and adding brushes before printing. See more of Heather’s Layouts here.

 

Here is another stunning mixed-media layout from Stacia Hall. I love all the artsy elements, just gorgeous. See more of Stacia’s layouts here.

 

Creative Journaling

I really love how Jennifer Flaherty focuses on telling the story with her gorgeous style. So creative how the journaling spreads across both pages. See more of Jennifer’s layouts here.

 

Embellish, Embellish, Embellish

Such stunning work from Amy Schneider. What a wonderful use of so many elements, but still focusing on those beautiful photos. See more of Amy’s layouts here.

 

I have always been drawn to Heather Prins style. She always has the perfect balance of photos and elements. I just love how the hexagon frames pop off the page, so gorgeous. See more layouts from Heather here.

 

Outside the Box

I just love this layout from Barbara Unzen. So creative how she uses a traditional template, but has some of her photos and elements popping out of the template boxes, really drawing your attention. See more of Barbara’s layouts here.

 

Here is another gorgeous example of creating outside the box by Rachel Alles. See more of Rachel’s layouts here.

 

Looking through all these wonderful galleries has given me loads of inspiration to start my 2015 Project Life album. I hope I have helped inspire you!

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  • tropt December 6, 2014   Reply →

    I LOVE all these different takes on Project Life. I’ve stayed away from it because the journaling/pocket cards are not my favorites but seeing all these interpretations really helps to see that Project Life can be as unique as your own family is. Thanks! 🙂

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