Thursday, 16 June 2011

Betsy McCall and the Counterfeit Kit ( hey that sounds like a mystery story to me)

The Counterfeit kit mini challenge is to use and advert as inspiration for a LO.

My sister got married this weekend so I have a few photos to scrap of the day ( just a few- in fact not as many as I'd like to have as i was bridesmaid and didn't have control of the camera)

This Lo shows Paula and Dan saying their vows- I used the advert below as the inspiration- I'm making her a wedding scrapbook as her gift and I thought I'd use kraft card stock as the basis for all the LOs-

the advert


This Lo is also the wedding and also the Counterfeit kit- Nancy was bridesmaid in her own way- she spent most of the day with a dirty face, muddy shoes and cola and cherry stains down her dress!

Do you like the little girl on the LO? I found her at the link below. They have Betsy McCall paper dolls from the 1950s to the 1960s that you can download and print- there is an example of a page below. I think I am going to frame a few for Nancy's room

Find the paper dolls here- Betsy McCall

9 comments:

  1. I adore your layout based on the advert - so sweet. (and i love the sound of the Bombay Sapphire drink too!!!)

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  2. I love your take on this challenge. Great job! Thanks for sharing the paper dolls. I remember these from the magazines my grandmother had.

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  3. Both of those are adorable layouts. If I had seen that one ad, I'd have skipped scrapping and grabbed hubby's Bombay Sapphire and dressed it up with fruit.

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  4. Love how your layout was inspired by the ad...very cool! And those paper dolls are just great!

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  5. Great job with the challenge! Thank you for the paper doll link, those are so awesome!

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  6. How awesome is your inspirational pages

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  7. Ok I totally want to try the drink! HA! Great work with the ad challenge, glad you played along!

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  8. Thank you for the paper doll link!

    Great LO. Love the ad that you chose and your interpretation.

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