The very talented Digital Creative Team is back again this week sharing some awesome ideas for using some of my 2015 digital products.
Don't forget to click on their name to visit their blogs - if they have written up a post about their project with more details we've linked to that otherwise it goes to their main blog page.
First up: Twenty Fifteen - a fun set of word art that can be used throughout the year as you tell the stories of your life.
Annette Haring | Annette's rocking the Silhouette this week for her 2015 title page.
Teresa Victor | One of the thing I've encouraged my team to do is use these products as they want - that means including other products from other designers as well. I personally love seeing the mix and I love seeing how people pick and choose things to work togehter. I love the mixture of products Teresa has collected here. Also, if you do nothing else today you must click through to check out Teresa's 30 Days Of Thankful album.
Stephanie Baxter | Stephanie cut out "hello twenty fifteen" and slipped it into the pocket. Love that.
Next up: 2015 Date Stamps
The cover page for Pam's gratitude journal. How much do I love this? And while she was at it she made one for her son too:
Donya Gjerdingen | Click through to read more about her plans for Project Life® in 2015. She printed the date stamp on vellum and slipped it into the pocket.
Celine Navarro | On this layout from Celine she used the "15" to mean 15 years together vs. 2015. Love that photo too.
Next up: Hello Life Boxes 2015
Trisha Harrison | Seeing this page from Trisha totally makes me want to include this page protector configuration in my album.
And finally today: Firsts Digital
Carly Robertson | I love how Carly positioned the "the story of the first________" alongside her journaling.
Ginny Hughes | Awesome journaling.
Lindsay Bateman | Love how Lindsay collaged a bunch of the brushes together to create her gathering of word art below the photos.
Paige Taylor Evans | And yeah, Paige rocking the Silhouette again. The cool thing about this one is that she took that one little shape from the stamp set and enlarged it (awesome use of scale) to create her background pattern.