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Friday, 09 July 2010


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wow, 32 alexa? goodness! totally justified given the importance of the subject matter, however...
most i've ever managed to get on a LO? hhmmm......around a quarter of your mammoth total, LOL.....


Wow, 32? I've definitely never got that many on. Respect! And I think you've shown so well that it doesn't matter how our scrapbooking styles change because the memories remain the same.

That staircase and nameboard look very Fitzwilliam-ish. Am I anywhere close?

Jacky S

32!!!! Have never got anywhere close.....but with the number of photos I still have to scrapbook of my kids....it might we worth trying for it!!


I've got - nowhere even close to 32 and I don't think I ever will. Great idea with the photos on the folded vellum.


Very cool Alexa :)
PS I am now stalking you on Twitter :)


wow! looks great- very impressive!


I'm stunned!! and to think you had not long started scrapping - excellent :)


lol this must be a world record, surely!!


Actually, I do have some with more! Perhaps I ought to do a series!


Glad you liked it, Heather! Actually, the longer I scrap, I begin to think that the less you know, the better!


Golly, I'd better go and tweet, then!


Thanks, Amanda! I did lots of experimenting - card was too thick, but vellum was great because it folded so neatly and crisply.


That was just my problem, Jacky - still is! Am still looking for ways to get as many photos on as possible!

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