weddings2weddings3weddings4Created March 2010
4 pages 12″ x 12″
Please click on thumb-nails
Scanned with an Epson RX 595
Scans merged in Adobe Photoshop


Nikon D70 ©

Nikon D70 ©

Nikon D70 ©
Font: Used for title: Monotype Corsiva
  I collect paint-chips free from stores that sell paint and it helps me choose co-coordinating colors.
You can also use a color-wheel, the covers of your Card-stock Paper Pads wrappers, etc.

Ester and Edwin.
Dave’s grandparents
from “Simple Scrapbooks: Ideas and Techniques” book

“Atholeen’s 18 th birthday” from the book
Scrapbooking Life’s Celebrations
Please click on thumbnail
Scroll down for more from the book

Captions: Project idea from Fiskars

Pocket Invitation Template
I love using journaling pockets as I can hide personal details inside, save space on my layout and tuck in more information as it comes available.
Please see Dad for other journaling pockets.
Notes: I have found that black and white photos print better on mat paper.


My Grandmother and Grandfather’s wedding
My Ouma and Oupa
Please see Timeless
Sources: Victorian clip-art;
Pocket Invitation Template
Darlin works;
  K&Company®, Kobi wind The Paper Company, Blueline Columnar green ledger paper, Paperbilities card-stock,
Homeland collection fabric flowers, Gold foil stickers, Scalloped stencil, small Heart punch, hole punch, small photo anchor and brad, Eye Shadow Applicators ( optional)
copies of photos and documents, “Stamp Craft” acid free Coffee dye ink pad, Speedball elegant writer Felt Tip Pen with scroll point, Duncan Enterprises – Aleene’s Memory Glue – 2 oz
Techniques: Apply a sepia tone in Photoshop

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My Parent’s wedding

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My Ouma



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