Soup for lunch

For my 26th Birthday back in June, I met two girlfriends for lunch in the city and a place called Soupbox (which serves, as you can guess, soup. And it’s delicious.) I snapped a a total of 4 iPhone photos while we were out to lunch because I knew I’d want to fit it into my scrapbook somewhere, even if it was only one page.

Like my Very Vera page, the photos were printed with a fee coupon code for a Walgreen’s 8×10″ collage print. Walgreen’s has done this about three times now, and I always take advantage of it. It’s too good of a deal to let it pass by, because the collages are normally $4.95. Walgreen’s allows one free print per email address, so each time, I’ve used both my & Tab’s Walgreen’s accounts. This way I’ve got six free collage prints! Whoop!

Anyway, since I only printed 4 images in the collage, I trimmed the extra .75″ off the right and left sides of the print.

I don’t mind printing out photos & trimming them myself, but the collages save a little bit of time, and the print quality is great. And it adds a little bit of variety to all the 4x6ness of the rest of my scrapbook.

The title is just stickers, but I outlined them with my skinny black Sharpie. Looking back, I probably should’ve used my brown Sharpie. Oh well, at least I got to use an “x” sticker. I seem to always have those left over ;-).

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Paper & mat paper by American Crafts (the ‘Play’ set), title stickers by Sticko, tag by K & Company, little piece of vellum that I journaled on was from the bottom of my scrap paper bin (but purchased in the individual sheets section of JoAnn’s) , collage print by Walgreens. The big 1″ corner rounder used on the top is by Martha Stewart and the loopy edge punch is by Fiskars (and like 5 years old).