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New work: FMP Submission!

The last in the series of my FMP blog posts; here is my final submission. I decided to submit a book to be a bit different and it adds a more personal touch as my project is personal documentary. If you didn't already know, my project explores my childhood growing up in various places in East/North London.

Here is the "online version". Obviously, there is only one physical copy which looks a lot better but sadly I am unable to share that unless you all come to my house for tea and biscuits!

Click 'view full screen' at the bottom for the best view. Use the arrows to turn the pages. Let me know what you think! Enjoy.



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17 comments

  1. It looks great :] Well done. xx

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  2. this is so good! i love the pictures and how you talked us through the places and what they mean to you personally. and i love that we've followed your FMP journey cause i think it'll be so useful to people who read this wanting to do what you've done, well done!

    xx

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  3. Ashleigh! It's amazing! Made me tear up a little bit reading all the comments.

    xx

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  4. This is so amazing :) Well done! I would love to create something like this xx

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  5. This book looks amazing! I read all the notes you added. I spend most of my childhood in North London(11years), and I do still live in North London. You have so many great pictures. x

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  6. I love this, you can see a lot of time and effort has gone into this project. You're family must be so proud.xx

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  7. This is fabulous. Anyone can tell a lot of time and effort went in to this and reading the notes you've added to it makes it that bit more personal.
    xx

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  8. Gorgeous such a lovely idea! What a wonderful blog you have here!

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    x

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  9. I really enjoyed looking at this, the pictures you've taken are beautiful!
    Although I thought you might want to know that your phone number is visible to everyone in the 'contact info' part on the last page. (Just incase it's not meant to be there)
    x

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  10. Awww :) It's awesome!

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  11. I love it! It looks so good! How was it using blurb? I've wanted to make books with them before but I just never got round to it...

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  12. Such a lovely and personal book :) x

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  13. Thats gorgeous ashleigh :) I wish I'd had some kind of talent for documentary- my FMP at uni was a Lookbook with a nautical theme, as much as I loved it I wont treasure it anywhere near as much as you and your family will treasure this :) xox

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  14. Amazing! I got a lump in my throat reading and looking through it! XX

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  15. omgosh that is amazing!! it was intriguing that i read all the way through. my eyes did get damp...i'd love to do something similar too! xo

    The Young Bridget Jones

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  16. I love the fact you used your handwriting. Adds a much more personal touch. I made a book for an Uni assignment but it's no where as good as yours

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