Our Wedding


Our Wedding page 1.

Our Wedding page 2

Our Wedding page 3

Our Wedding page 4Scrapbooked May 2010
Scanned with an Epson RX 595
Scans merged in Adobe Photoshop
 
Detail
Nikon D70 ©
Please click on thumb-nail
Detail
Nikon D70 ©
Please click on thumb-nail
Detail
Nikon D70 ©
Please click on thumb-nail
Detail
Nikon D70 ©
Please click on thumb-nail
 Patterned paper K & Company
Hint:
When Printing Multiple Photos, clip-art, etc. on a single page in
Adobe Photoshop Click on File- automate-photomerge –
choose interactive layout- drag and drop from the top
My original documents aren’t acid-free, so I made faux copies.
I have a office chair mat which protects my carpet from
spills as well.
Inspiration:

“New Zealand wedding” from the book Designer Scrapbooks with
K & Company by Kay Stanley

Have a look inside the book.
Google books
Please scroll down

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cupids
Supplies:
Adhesives: “Make it special” Mounting squares,
“Forever in time” double sided 3 D Pop Dots
Paper: Wausau® Exact® Pastels Pastel-Colored Paper used or journaling
  K & Company
Reflections Textured card stock
Other: Lace, ribbon, Ink-pad pretty color # 30, background rubber stamp, black photo anchor,
clear stamp, Sticker King stickers, black inkadinkado® pigment ink, red gell pen, etc.
Techniques:  
Inked edges: Scroll down to see how Ali Edwards does it.  Watch a great YouTube video here

 

How to Set Mini Brads,

How to Attach a Brad,

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Tools:
Fiskars Home/Office Photo Guillotine 15cm, Bone folder, Lightbox,
Fiskars® Paper trimmer, ruler, scissors, erasers, etc
I use a plastic see through grid for captions and journaling.
Here is mine.
You can print one on a transparency, remember to use the transparency setting on your computer.
 


Weddings

Photographing your Scrapbook Layouts

4 comments

  1. Toks you are a veritable library of scrapbooking ideas and resources. I’m so glad I found you when I did.
    These wedding pages are magnificent. I can’t see the date so well – was it 1979?
    Enjoy your day.
    HUGS xxx

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  2. LOL I collect all these bits and pieces from the internet and from books and it all comes together like a puzzle.

    Thank you D1nx and thank you for the vote.

    I’m so pleased you like it, besides for the pop dots, it looked very much the same as the others to me.

    We were so fortunate, our wedding photos got damaged as they were in a poor quality album and we lived by the coast for years. My parents had a set of photos in an excellent condition, which I got from them recently.

    It was 1974.

    Summer is here at last!
    Take care.
    Big Hug
    xxx

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