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Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Disc Golf Mini Book

I actually made this book last summer but forgot to take pictures. I got my hands on it again so now I have the chance to show it.

My oldest son LOVES to play disc golf and wanted to teach the rest of us. What patience! From what I can remember, the papers are from the Green Stack and from a mini stack I purchased because of the manly-type paper. Leslie had just found us a great deal on some Sizzix alphabets and I got Sunset (which I love) and used it for all the lettering.

I'm not going to say I'm technologically challenged, but even photo mistakes can be a good thing. When I first got my camera I was forever taking a picture before I was ready. The fairway shot was just one of those mistakes.

These are my three sons. The funny thing about this picture to me is that the youngest looks so small. He is 6' tall.

And Mom tried it. My disc dribbled about 20 feet down the fairway. Then I left the boys at the course to play and I found the nearest Michael's.


  1. Oh Susan, this turned out so neat. I absolutely love this book. What is really hard to believe is that your kids are over 6' and we are only 5'4". What happened there?

  2. Very cool Susan! I've never even heard of disk golf. Great that you put the pix on disks. xxD