Random Prize Patrol Winner #1

Hi folks!!

It has been a super duper weekend! The wedding ceremony was absolutely beautiful and went smoothly. We had a professional photographer so we didn’t take many photos ourselves. I will share a couple of the photos with you that we did actually take. I will share many more once the professional photos arrive.  I have to get caught up on my project 365 and plan to do so on Monday and Tuesday.

Before we get to the couple of photos, here is the very first Random Prize Patrol winner!!  I actually read every single comment that is left here and on the SP Blog. I absolutely cherish my readers and love being able to give back as often as I can. I am only able to give prizes thanks to my wonderful customers who purchase SP and Company Stamps and because of my amazing sponsors.

So today, I would like to give away one SP and Company Stamp set of the winner’s choice! And the winner is. . .

BloggerVinDeeLoo said…

Love the card.

VinDeeLoo

Vin, congrats!!! Please email me your mailing address so I can get your prize out. You have two weeks to claim your prize. scrapmastersparadise@yahoo.com

And remember, the random prize patrol is always watching!! For a chance to win, simply become a follower here and make sure to leave a comment on any of the posts throughout the week!

Now some photos:

This is one I took of my bouquet:

Me getting ready, a little sneaky peek of my dress:

The families at dinner:

Our wedding brownie sundae:

Before you go, have you checked out today's steal?


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