Well, a couple of days ago I was inspired by the “Imagine the Impossibilities” challenge. After reading what it was all about, my first thought was of my wedding scrapbook. You see, I’ve been married some time now, and I haven’t even STARTED this book. I bought it 2 years before the wedding (it was too lovely to pass up) and I diligently collected adornments for it until the wedding came. After the wedding, I carefully cut up all of the beautiful cards we recieved and stored them away to be used as embellishments. Since then I’ve purchased a couple paper packs to match the scrapbook as well.
And that’s all. You see, I havent printed any photos, or even opened the book. It just seems so… impossible. BUT I have resolved to take this project on with everyone else in the “Imagine the Impossibilities” challenge and I’m going to finish it by golly!
Here is my “before”. Don’t laugh! ;D
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Kayla! You have some awesome stuff to work with. I can’t wait to see how it all turns out!!! Thanks so much for posting our button, too! I am your newest follower!
What a wonderful project to pick for the “Impossibilities” challenge! So happy that you’ve joined in with us!
Oh thank you so much for joining our “Impossibilities” challenge! I for one can’t wait to see your final Wedding Album Project!!!!! I know it is going to awesome! Sending hugs and support to you and I will be checking in! going to to subscribe right now to your blog : )
Thanks so much! I’m trying REALLY hard to make it awesome!
Thanks for stopping by and I’m glad you joined our challenge! When my twins were born (12 years ago) I made a 1st year scrapbook for each of them and then started family scrapbooks for the years after. Well, that lasted about 2 or 3 years before I was overwhelmed with pictures and life! So I completely understand what you’re going through and can’t wait to see the finished product!
Oh man, I don’t understand how people could possibly keep up with that! My mother keeps a giant box of photos under her bed. =D Thanks for the support!