I had given them the album with 12 of the 22 pages I completed back in June 2013 when we went back to visit in NJ. The pages in this post that had adjoining pages will be linked to the original posts. Click on those to check them out! If you use the "Labels" on the sidebar and Click "Wedding" it will pull up the rest!
Here is Page 8: Used the flowers from CTMH Extreme Happiness Stamp Set. Stamped and Fussy cut them.
Page 9: Toasting after the ceremony.
Page 13 I used a Beach Wedding sticker from a Jolee's set to help form the stitched circle. Accented with Little Yellow Bicycle Naturals, a stamped cork piece and buttons. I left my stitching gear home so I still have to finish the circle.
Next is Page 14, which is Mother/Son page:
The adjoining page Father/Son for Week #14 of the Liftateers Challenges in Jan. 2013. Click here to see! I added another photo to the page, but never took another photo of it before sending it to my Brother and Sister-In-Law!
Next is a double page LO, pages 16-17 was from a Goofy Photo Shoot on the Beach. The pictures were dark so I had a hard time trying to brightening them up while still using the same color theme.
Page 18 is another adjoining page that used more bright photos from the beach photo shoot. Click here to see the one I created back in Jan 2013.
Page 19 using the same stickers and accent pieces.
Page 20 -21: Individual Beach Shots and A Picture I need to enlarge.
Close-Up of the Fussy Cut Flowers
I still have to blow up the picture for the next page.
I wanted it to say "Always Kiss Goodnight" from the start of my creative process...Of course I couldn't find the saying at the crop and found Sweet Kisses which fit just as good! FYI: If your looking for that saying, "Always Kiss Goodnight" it is on the Wall Decals Cartridge.
I cut out the saying using the flocked paper at first but it was too busy. So I cut it out again using Kraft cardstock inked it up with Desert Sand ink, but kept the first letters in flocked.
Final Page in the album...
So happy that I am only 2 pages left to finish. Then it is on to my 3 month old nephews pages!