Well- its been a rough couple of weeks working on my wedding scrapbook. It found its way onto my to-do list after I agreed to join the Impossible Challenge at the beginning of the month. You can see the first post about it here, and the update here.
Now its done.
I use that term loosley, as I haven’t even begun to process the photobooth pictures. The photobooth was a huge hit and everyone at the wedding used it at some time of the night or another. They all got their own prints to take home and my hubby and I got a digital CD of all of the photos. We have plans to make a seperate section of the scrapbook with these zany and weird photos in it. But, as far a day before, prewedding, wedding, and reception goes- I got it done. And boy am I glad to have it off of my craft desk.
By far the most fun part was creating my own pages to match those that came in the kit. My Silhouette Cameo and I had a grand ole time with that. By far my least favorite part was resizing and reprinting photos from photoshop when the standard 4×6 was just too big. But in the end, I liked the photo size variety.
I guess that’s enough talking about it. Here it is!!
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4 thoughts on “The Impossible Finale”
How fabulous! I was married almost 18 years ago and my wedding photos are still in a box! Ha!
Thanks so much for joining our Impossibilities challenge!
Wow! I can only imagine all of the details…and time…that went into this. It is looking so awesome! I would get so distracted reminiscing during the process, I bet it’s fun to relive it all. Thank you so much for being a part of the impossibilities challenge journey. I absolutely LOVE your project!
FABULOUS JOB!!!!!!! You did it and it looks amazing — i be you are sooooo happy about this!!! sending hugs and see you soon! : )
Wonderful! Sometimes it just takes getting going on a scrapbook to inspire us to be creative and finish up. Well done!