One day I was perusing the clearance at Hobby Lobby and found this gem of an item. A cardboard purse. It was in HORRIBLE shape. It would have been very nice before it was scratched, torn, and bubbled....it was $1.40. For a bargain like that I had to snatch it. I took it home and pondered on it for a few weeks. Today, I pulled it out of the cabinet and noticed the inside was actually in good condition. I could save it. The inside was black with a black and white striped paper. Pink was the obvious choice, but I had no chic pink patterned paper. I saw these two sheets of Curtain Call paper by Graphic 45. To say I LOVE this paper would be a vast understatement. I have all ready used one entire pad of it and I am pretty sure I have bought enough single sheets to equal a second pad. The two sheets from today feature old movie posters. The first one to catch my eye was the Clara Bow movie. I adore her! Her role in Wings is one of my all time favorites (I think it was made in 1927). It's a silent film well worth your time. The restoration they have done is extraordinary and the music is pretty grand as well. Anyhoo, this was my theme. I decided I would go with a paper red Bazzil for the pop of color.
The scrabble letters are from John's boyhood game, the 20's is made with Tim Holtz grunge board (I love the smell of that stuff), all inks are Tim Holtz Distress Ink, glues are Aleene's Tacky and Mod Podge, ribbon is from a CKC booth, gears are 7 gypsies, car is from John's old Monopoly game, tulle from a wedding I attended, black and white polka dotted paper was given to me.
This keepsake is for sale for $20. Thanks for viewing my stuff.