Also, I'm excited to let you know that we now have a Creative Team Gallery where you can go to check out how the team is crafting their stories using my products - including additional images from the projects we are sharing below. We'll be updating it a couple times a month.
This month the team is sharing stories they crafted using the Craft Digital Story Kit™ which is available via subscription now through March 14th:
Here's a look at how the team worked with the Craft Digital Story Kit™. Just a heads up again that most of my team uses the digital kit to create paper projects - meaning they print out the digital pieces and add them to paper layouts/pockets (vs. completely digital projects):
Brandi Kincaid | Brandi told the story of how she embraces the mess of her personal creative process of making stuff. Love how she cropped her projects into star shapes and how she enlarged the "make stuff" word art for a big title.
Emma Speller | Emma told the story of three different crafts she participates in using the number circles to highlight each one.
Ginny Hughes | Ginny told the story of handmade quilts. I love the addition of the new + old photo to help tell a more complete story.
Ingunn Markiwicz | Ingunn tells the story of doing what she loves - getting outside/hiking - and learning that her sweet little baby can fit right in. Love how they are making that happen.
Kelsey McEvoy | Kelsey told the story about her daughter making friends using an enlarged version of the "make" word art. I love that the theme of "craft" has lots of story threads that can be followed - making, passion, crafting, etc.
Sarah Zayas | Sarah tells the story of embracing her desk mess :) and how that all relates to her personal creative process. Click over to Sarah's blog post to read more about how she created this layout.
Sasha Farina | Sasha used Design F page protectors to hold her story of her crafting passions. I love how each pocket is a micro-story that supports the overall theme.
Jen Schow | For her story of "making stuff like it's her job" Jen incorporated digital items from the Craft Digital Story Kit™ + the rolling time stamp from the Day In The Life™ kit. I love how she used the enlarged image of the watercolors as the background/home for her stamping. Click over to Jen's blog for more information on her story this month.
Carol Chastain | Carol used the kit this month to create a mini-book telling the story of her love of crafting. She printed out a bunch of the journal cards, punched holes, and added her story along the way. Here are a couple pages from the inside:
Check out the Creative Team Gallery for more detailed photos of each members projects.
Interested in learning more about working with digtal scrapbooking products? Check out my free series on Getting Started With Digital Scrapbooking here. Check out all my digital/printable scrapbooking supplies here.