Resistance is Futile by Tracy Kosofsky

Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Finished my mini album!

I mentioned a few days ago that I was still working on my first week's mini album from The Big Picture Scrapbooking's Product Playground 2: The Albums class. I finally finished! The album has 46 pages, so I won't subject you to all of them - lol - but here is a sample.

Last year, our wedding photographer called us and asked us if we wanted all our wedding proofs - apparently he was cleaning out his files and 9 years was long enough for him to keep them. Even though we have a traditional professional wedding album and I did some layouts in our family album, I have been wanting to take a bunch of the proofs and put them into a little album - so that is my topic!

Almost everything (papers, chipboard, die cuts, most rub ons) are from Crate paper's Blue Hill collection. I also used some Bazzill cardstock with an edge, a bunch of miscellaneous ribbons and rub ons, and I created the clear pages from regular ink jet transparencies, and embellished those with MORE rub ons. I love the way we were encouraged to use papers of different shapes and sizes.

Enjoy!









4 comments:

Theresa said...

Wow Tracy! That is just lovely. I think that is one of my favorite paper lines recently. You did an awesome job. The different sized papers is so unique. Very cool look.

Nadya 's World!!! said...

WOW Tracy!
This is just beautiful! You really did an awesome job with this mini album. How cool that you were able to get all those proofs...

By the way I tagged you. Go to my blog http://myworldnadya.blogspot.com/ to see what that is all about.. :)
Nadya

Jayne said...

Beautiful job!

Midnite Scrapper said...

I am totally late to the party, but just bought The Big Picture...love her philosophy and her work. I am going to be doing a similar album. I really like yours and I will be coming back for ideas! =]