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All photographs supplied by
Elementz of Fotographie

Materials Needed

one photo for each page of the book
scanner & printer
card stock
1" ribbon
scissor and a ruler or a paper cutter
hole puncher
metal binding bracket


1. Start by scanning in all of the pictures. Fix any flaws or crop them as you desire. I used childhood pictures but you could use any type you want from strictly baby pictures to the history of you as a couple to family photos if you want.

2. I made my pages 5" by 7" to print this size just set your margins as needed. Before you pint out the pictures on to the card stock play around with where on the page you want the image to go, you can add a caption under it or a frame around it if you want. Also now is the time to decide if you want a lined or unlined guest book. Leaving the pages blank is easier but if you want lines don't forget to add them now.

3. Print out you pages and trim them to the correct size. A paper cutter is easier but a steady hand a ruler work just fine too.

4. Next print off a front cover. I used a fancy font and a thistle symbol with our names and wedding date but you can put what ever you want in what ever style on your cover page. Print it off and trim it as well.

5. Now pick the order you want the photo pages to go in and stack them in that order with the cover on top. Punch 2 holes at the side of each page and bind using the metal binding bracket. These can be found at office supply store, they come as single hole binders or double hole binders. I used the double size simply because that's what I had on hand.

6. After assembling take your ribbon and glue it over the edge where the holes are to hide them, and you are done your very personal photo guest book!

The finished product!

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