{DIY} Digital Project Life Wedding Album Part 2

You may have seen my post last week about my friend’s wedding album I was working on in project life digital style. Well I am happy to report that I have finished this entire album now and it has been sent to Blurb for printing!

As an extra bonus, I had an affiliate discount code that saved me about $34 so it made the whole 40ish page album about $60 including postage I think. Small price to pay for quality and for a gift that has so much sentimental value.

Here are a couple more of my favourite layouts from the album:

What I especially love with this page is that I snuck a couple of my own photos in there. The bride pic in the top left and the family portrait of hubby, daughter and I. She was upset she didn’t get a professional photo of the two of us so it’s the closest I’ve got. And my husband’s head is in the sun so not a perfect pic but she will love having us in there.

 

I was thinking last night that project life really is the perfect solution for the lazy scrapbooker too. I will do a post on that soon. Not to say you have to do it the lazy way but you can make it as simple or as advanced as you like. That’s the appeal.

Here’s the full wedding album.

And my previous Project Life posts in case you’re new and confused πŸ˜‰

Project Life

Digital Project Life

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