One of the projects I decided to dive into this summer was our family's Disney scrapbook from our trip in 2012. I knew that this book would be way more involved than other photobooks I have made in the past. If you have ever seen some of these Disney scrapbooks on Pinterest or other sites, you know that people take these very seriously. I don't think mine is nearly so elaborate, but I didn't want to distract too much from our pictures. I used a lot of others' ideas as inspiration and actually made my pages totally free using free software online (fotoflexer.com if you are interested is great because it allows you to use png images and overlap backgrounds and images with a lot of flexibility). I made lots of my own backgrounds and found all the embellishments I needed online for free as well. Google is just amazing like that! Anyway, I finished the project a couple of weeks ago and have been constantly checking it and making tweaks here and there to things I wasn't completely satisfied with. I also waited for the best deal from Shutterfly to order. A "free" Shutterfly offer wasn't good enough because it only gives you $20.00 off. I wanted more than that. Haha! I missed the last big promotion, but thankfully, Shutterfly does a lot of big promotions in summer. The current offer is 40% with free shipping on orders over $30. I think that is probably the best deal I will get for a while so I took it. So here it is:
If you want to see any of the pages closer up, you can also view them here on a special page I made. It feels good to get another project accomplished. Now, we are ready for our next trip!