The picture of the stadium was too impressive to scale down, so the cards associated with it are on page 4.
I’m always looking for new ways to explore and enjoy my Iginla pc, and this is an idea that has been floating around in my head for awhile now. We’re all familiar with true one of a kind cards (#1/1), but this show and tell is about a different kind of one of a kind cards. Each of these cards is the only example of that particular serial number in my Iginla pc. As an example, the 2003/04 Titanium Patch #/155 is the only card to have that serial number. On the other end of the scale there are 529 different Iginla cards #/10, a massive number of cards sharing the same serial number. When I first started thinking about highlighting these cards, I wanted to tie them in with something else, so that it wouldn’t just be a long list of cards. That’s how the “largest, tallest, fastest, & longest” items come into play. Each of them is the “one and only” in it’s area, so for example Mount Everest is the one and only tallest mountain in the world, the blue whale doesn’t share the distinction of being the largest mammal with any other animal, etc. My idea is to share small random groups of cards and connect them with an item from the largest, tallest, fastest, & longest categories. There are 67 Iginla cards that fit that description, I own 58 of them. This will be a long term project for me, so for now I will be showing 20 cards. Other pages with new cards will be added to this thread as I complete the pages.
Here are some additional pages that I just finished.
This newest page includes something new, VIDEOS!! With the recent update to Book Creator you can now embed all kinds of things onto your pages, including YouTube videos. This is an exciting development for me, as I want to explore how I can use this feature when documenting my Iginla collection.
With the Windsor Castle page I now have all 58 of my cards displayed. I thought it would be neat to put all of the pages together onto one page as a great way to review the entire book. I guess I need to practice my counting, as I only put 15 pages instead of 16 onto that final page. So here is the review page, and below it is the review page plus page 16. At a later date I’ll revisit this and fix it.
This has been a very enjoyable project, and once again shows the versatility of Book Creator. I will continue to find ways to catalog and display my Iginla collection in this way.
I recently pulled in the card #/555.