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Its Tres Chic!

The fabulous Project of the Month from Craftwork Cards arrived on my doorstep a couple of weeks ago. It is so gorgeous, beautiful quality papers (as always) in the most stylish colour combination of pink, grey, back and white. Immediately I knew I wanted to make a mini book. In 1991 I spent a long weekend in Paris, I was just getting into photography and wanted to have a go at shooting in black and white. This was pre my digital camera, so I used film. Sorting through these photos has made me appreciate the digital age, all of the prints were 6 X 4 and I knew I needed a variety of sizes, so they were scanned into my computer and hey presto they are now digital. I also appreciate that I can now take any colour photo and turn it black and white, but I love my photos taken on black and white film, I have them preserved as they were and can now order my photos in any size I want.
Any way I digress, With photos sorted and inspiration loaded (prompted by the wedding album I made at Scrapstars), I created a mini album of my black and white photographic journey around the sights of Paris. This has been a true labour of love with three days dedicated to this Tres Chic project. Go here if you need to get your hands on this lovely project.Lots of photos to follow.
 















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Lynda said…
Wow this is gorgeous Kathy.

Love Lynda xxx

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