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Great way to use small photos. I always feel like they get lost on the page when I try to use them, but you obviously know what you're doing! I'll definitely have to scrap-lift. TFS!

Congratulations! Great layout.

i love this jess! i love how you fit so many photos without it feeling overwhelming...and the little strips of ribbon (?) in the corners to tie them together. lovely page!

Great non-convention honeymoon layout. My husband and I had a 12 hour honeymoon, so I can relate!
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Love the colors in this, too.

Project - 10 Hour Honeymoon
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Project - 10 Hour Honeymoon
by CAjess14
posted 01/10/10 at 06:28 PM
Galleries: Scrapbooking

My husband owns his own small business, a retail store (http://www.thegreenlifeco.com), [thegreenlifeco.com] which is still in its early stage. It's our baby that we never get away from. Therefore, we didn't have a traditional getaway honeymoon after our September wedding. Just one night before we drove back up to L.A. and he went to work on Monday!
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Fun page to do. The “O” is for my new last name - O'Brien. The middle, bottom photo is of the map of the hotel grounds. TFL! xo, Jess
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Journaling: “Our honeymoon - if you could call it that - lasted just 10 hours between our reception and the day-after brunch at my parents' home, and most of it was spent sleeping! Our parents gifted us a night at the beautiful Estancia resort in La Jolla. Waking up as ”Mr. & Mrs. O'Brien“… room service coffee on our private balcony… trying to take in the moment… One day we'll get our weeks-long vacation in Italy. But for now, this is where our life is at and I wouldn't have traded that morning for anything.”
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Supplies: Patterned Paper: Rhonna Farrer; Ribbon: KI Memories; Rub-ons: Autumn Leaves and Doodlebug; Font: Typenoksidi.

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