Post # 1
I know a lot of you have been following me and my DIY escapades, so I thought I would give you another little teaser. Sorry for no recaps yet, but I have to catologue and go through 1,296 photos. Before I can do that, I have to work on my thank you cards and get them out and get three photo albums put together for my husbands parents, my gramma, and us. Then I will be able to do the recaps.
I plan to do the recaps in the following order:
- Getting Ready
- Guys and Girls
- Details (mostly the DIY stuff)
- And The End
In the meantime, can you please tell me what you think of the thank you card that I am putting together. Does it look okay?
Post # 3
I missed the chess game photo in your recaps, that is freaking adorable.
The only thing I would change is maybe make the “Thank You” larger, maybe put the symbol in between the words.
Overall, I love the layout.
Post # 4
@tksjewelry: Thank you. I was thinking that too about the font size. I will have to use a different font to see if it will get bigger. That is the biggest one for that font on the Shutterfly site.
Post # 5
It is very nice. I would be thrilled to recieve a Thank You card like that! I can’t wait to see more pictures. You look so beautiful!
Post # 7
Another teaser!! But wow, gorgeous, and I can’t WAIT to see the pics close up! And btw I love the thank you card but agree about making “thank you” bigger.
I am so glad your pics are in.. I was stressing on your behalf!
Post # 8
Wow, what a beautiful thank you card! 🙂
Post # 9
I love it! I didn’t even notice it had words on it though 🙁 I would definitely see if you could make them larger!
Post # 10
Ooooh, I can’t wait to see the rest!
Post # 11
I love it and I recognize that script. It’s made an appearance in many of my signage too!! I can’t wait for the details recap. You had a ton of delicious DIY 🙂
Post # 12
Thank you ladies for all of your wonderful comments. I showed my husband the cards and how they looked with different font styles and we both decided to keep the smaller font that is on this picture. We figure that most of the receivers of the cards won’t even notice it on there, even if it was bigger. I can hardly wait to get them, so I can start the arduous task of handwriting a personal note to each person.