I did it. I finished another photobook. It only took me a year and a half. Pretty much immediately after I finished our 2013 photobook (March of 2014), I decided to go back to a year prior and work on a photobook for 2012. And then it took me forever to finish. But I am here today it is done and I am in love.
To give a brief overview of what I do, I started using Blurb last year as a way to make photobooks instead of scrapbooking. You can read about my book from 2013 here. There are a lot of different companies that make photobooks, but I decided to go with blurb because their page limit is really high. Their limit is 220 pages instead of the 100 pages that most companies offer. I decided to stop scrapbooking because it was too time consuming and I am still years behind. I was sick of my pictures just sitting on a computer so I thought I would give it a try. I really do love putting these books together and reminiscing. while I create them. If you sign up for Blurb's emails you get coupons every once in a while so I waited until I had a good coupon before I purchased mine. It will be fun to see the books accumulate as the years go on.
I decided to keep the highlights pages because it best represents everything we did in one year. The list of highlights corresponds with a page later in the book.
So now that I officially finished the 2012 book, I can start working on our 2014 book. Hopefully I can finish it before I need to start in the 2015 book. Where do the years go?
If you want to see a few more pages, you can look through them below.