CRAFT | SELF-PUBLISHED

Volumes 2 & 3

ever since getting a dslr in 2008, i've created a blurb book each year with some of our favorite photos. our blog is a handy resource for reminiscing, but a book is much nicer to flip through. i like digital magazines, but print is still my preference.

going through a year's worth of photos is onerous, so one of the benefits of doing a 365-project is having a partially edited set of favorite images. this year i'm doing a weekly 365-project and hope to build the book as the year goes by with an emphasis on the hope part.

xo, cindy

ps i saw this video by walk off the earth on jane's blog and love it. now that's teamwork and the girl's voice is so good.

10 comments:

Krissy | Paper Schmaper said...

I think that is a great way to look at the years photos! It's easily shareable as a coffee table book. Your pics are all so great, I'm sure they are gorgeous books.

Joyce said...

This is a great idea!! xo

painted fish studio said...

oooooo, 2 more to add to my collection?

Bella Sinclair said...

Oh yes, yes, yes. Your photos deserve to be in print. In large circulation, no less. You know, digital is convenient, but there's something wonderful about having everything in print.

Walk Off the Earth! I just heard this on the radio! Great song. Hehehehe, that's a great way to save money on instruments. And BOY, they must sure love each other to stay so close. :)

Jamie said...

I finally finished my first Blurb book and loved it - now I need to get the next one done.

Asiye Ivedi said...

such a cool idea! i think i might copycat you :)

Megan Coyle said...

what a great way to share your work :)

Bonbon Oiseau said...

Wow! What a great idea Cindy--I want to see them in the flesh!

Elizabeth said...

Such a great idea, and nice to see it all bound in book form. I'm still old school myself, with print. While I love looking at some digital magazines, I feel I get anxious looking at them, and it isn't as satisfactory. I'm sure yours are so beautiful !!!

jane said...

they look really great. think i might have to steal this idea. :)