Scrapbook Layout: Wedding Scrapbook, Kauai Layout

Kauai Honeymoon Scrapbook Layout by Almost Never CleverKauai Honeymoon Scrapbook Layout by Almost Never CleverKauai Honeymoon Scrapbook Layout by Almost Never CleverKauai Honeymoon Scrapbook Layout by Almost Never CleverKauai Honeymoon Scrapbook Layout by Almost Never CleverWhat’s this?  Is this the last honeymoon layout?  It is!

This is a mishmash of stuff from our time on Kauai that I wanted to remember – things that weren’t big enough to get their own layout.

If you notice, the business cards dictate the size of everything else.  I had two business cards from restaurants with very special meals.  I printed the pictures the same size.  At the bottom, I cut up the receipt for our snorkeling gear rental to also be the same size.  This is the same technique I used for the first page of the honeymoon scrapbook – cut everything to fit the size of a keepsake.

In one of the rectangles, I added text that says what each photo or thing on the layout is.  I keep the colors to blue, turquoise and silver.

Notice the waterfall in the second picture?  This is the page I was working on when I realized I didn’t remember the name of the waterfall, hence the Google Search by Image!

It’s a simple ending for a great trip.  I’m so glad I finally have our honeymoon “in print.”

Kauai Honeymoon Scrapbook Layout by Almost Never CleverTo see all the pages of my wedding scrapbook so far and to learn more about the papers I’m using, visit my wedding scrapbook page

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Use Google Images to Identify Landmarks

Google Image Landmark SearchThis is embarrassing to admit:  I wasn’t always as organized with vacations as I am now.  I use a travel journal to keep track of what we did each day and names of places we visited  That way if it takes me years to scrapbook it, I’ll have the details.

I went on my honeymoon before I had a good system.  I’ve got this picture of a waterfall and I have no idea what it’s name is.

Google Image Landmark SearchAll I know is that it’s a waterfall on Kauai.  What’s a girl to do?

Enter Google Search by Image.

I talked about Search by Image in a guest post I did for CrafterMinds.  Here, I’m using it to help identify a landmark.

I took the picture of the falls and uploaded it to Google Search by Image.  Google analyzed the photo and voila!

Google Image Landmark SearchOpaeka’a Falls!  There is no way I would have guessed that!