Week 24 recap and launch of Week 25 – MCP Project 52

What fun this week was! It certainly didn’t help me with my diet. Ha! I hope that you have all been enjoying these fun themes. Check the bottom of this post for a fun announcement and for the introduction to next week’s theme.

Speaking of fun announcements, we are excited to announce that our Project 52 Flickr Group has now reached just over 3500 members. Wahoo! Time to celebrate! Just think, we’ve had over 3500 members browsing and contributing to our group. Pretty Neat!

And now to this week’s featured 10 photos. They were very hard to narrow down. Beautiful shots!. . .

Make It Tasty {Nicola Brand}

Make It Tasty {Impressions of a Lifetime}

Margarita Cupcake {Lil Mama Stuart}

 

 

Celery Rose {time}lapse photography

 

Yum! {Dornick Designs}

Berries in the Backyard {i never imagined}

Make It Tasty {newbiegirl77}

Cookies {stinkerbellorama}

Make It Tasty {Jay’s Law’s}

Make It Tasty! {kgibas}

 

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Exciting Announcement!! Next week we will be having a guest judge! Our judge will be Ellie, one of Jodi Friedman’s twin daughters. She will be judging this week’s upcoming theme and introducing the following week’s theme with a photo of her own. How neat to be able to add “judge” to your resume at the ripe old age of 9. We’re so excited to have her!

And now onto next week’s theme. The theme for next week will be “Crave” Be sure that your photo is taken between the dates of Saturday, June 18th and Friday June 24th. Here’s a shot by that I {Haleigh Rohner} took to introduce this week’s theme. Here are my two biggest cravings chocolate, and my baby boy’s sweet cheeks. I could kiss them all day! This photo is bliss to me. Enjoy!

This week’s blog post was brought to you by Haleigh Rohner {website/blog/facebook}. Stop by and say hello!

Haleigh is a professional photographer based out of Phoenix Arizona. Her business specializes in boutique children’s, family and commercial photography. In her spare time she loves to travel (with her camera in hand) or just cozy up on the couch with her family.

 

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  1. 2

    Nicola Brand says

    WOW, what wonderful photos this week. I am thrilled to have had my photo chosen. I am loving being a part of this project, and really enjoy looking through everyones entries. You’re all amazing!

  2. 3

    Clayton Jane says

    Hi MCP 52 – Great week’s theme 24 / 52 … I am a little sad as the new theme for 25/52 is too similar to 24 ( Make it tasty and Crave ) i was really hoping it would be a .. Er different .. More food and im useless in the kitchen !!

    Sorry !! Thought i would mention it :) Hope not to upset anybody

    CJ

  3. 8

    Ellie says

    Wow!!! It will be hard to choose only 10 pictures without having some chocolate. I can not wait to see what you come up with!!!!(:

  4. 10

    Amber says

    I’m so excited that my picture (my daughter and her plastic hamburger) was featured this week – thanks so much! Although I think my daughter is more excited that she is in it!!

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