Friday, October 8, 2010

Wedding Album

This is a 32 page 8 x 8 Wedding Album with Cricut.....
Currently showcasing over at Scrappy Go Lucky.....

Mandy and I thought we could have a
wee bit of fun with this one.....
Details at end of post....
Page 1

Pages 2 and 3

Pages 4 and 5

Pages 6 and 7

Pages 8 and 9

Pages 10 and 11

Pages 12 and 13

Pages 14 and 15

Pages 16 and 17

Pages 18 and 19

Pages 20 and 21

Pages 22 and 23

Pages 24 and 25

Pages 26 and 27

Pages 28 and 29

Pages 30 and 31

Page 32

Mandy is giving away a beautiful collection of
Kaiser 'Tis The Season products
if you can guess the number of cartridges
I have used throughout the album.....
If you can guess Which cartridges
I have used she has $100 (AUS)
for you to spend at Scrappy Go Lucky
on anything you want.....
So, why not have a go - if you're not sure,
guess a number, could be right.....
All correct guesses at the number of cartridges
will go into a random draw for the winner....
I will of course post the number
and details of cartridges used over at
Scrappy Go Lucky.....
For more detailed photo's
head over to
where I have showcased the album
over a few posts to get in really
close to the details.....
While you are there,
have a guess at the number of cartridges
- you could be right -
nothing to lose.....
Jane xx


Suzy said...

Beautiful album !! I'm going to guess 8 carts ;)

Tammara said...

Gorgeous album! My guess is 12 carts.

Nanne said...

Oh my word!! that is absolutely stunning.. I love every single page.. Fantastic colors and such simple elegant prints..

Crayola58 said...

This IS stunning. Sometimes there is just no answer as to why our posts, which we believe to be so wonderful, get only 3 comments. Consider this little bit of love 45 comments worth.
I love your album.

nanapuddin said...

Hi Jane! I've been a follower for a while! love your blog! I've been searching for details on the wedding album besides the carts that were used. I searched the Scrappy Go Lucky site and it says detail posted later but all I see are the carts used. Were the details published somewhere else? Thanks!
nanapuddin at wildblue dot net