I have a folder full of printed photos I wanted to scrapbook, dating back to Charlie's infancy. Most of them are enlargements (but anything bigger than a wallet-size photo is considered an enlargement to me!) Most were printed as enlargements because I felt like the photo deserved a little more attention than just to be included in a monthly spread (now a project life spread).
So a few weeks ago, I started "Operation: Get it Done." I just wanted to empty that folder, get these organized with my finished monthly spreads and get them put away.
I think over the course of 3-4 nights, I did more than 50 pages. But they are so simple, I probably could've enlisted Charlie or Clara to help me. Maybe even Ken.
These pictures are pretty awful but I promised myself I wouldn't spend more time trying to share them than I did actually making them.
Once I get everything put away into albums, I'll also share that.
I basically went through my supplies and pulled anything I thought I could use simply and kept it on my desk until this project was done. Most of it was from past Studio Calico kits or from the Atlantic collection.
Here's an in-progress shot:
And the results: