Today is the last day of Cooking With Cricut/Paper Crafting World’s 2nd Blogaversary celebration. What a week it has been! I hope you have enjoyed all the great projects we showed you, and that you got some inspiration! That’s what we’re here for!
The theme for today is You’re A Star, as in vintage Hollywood. I have another picture of my mother way back in 1945. She wasn’t a movie star — this photo was taken at a dance she went to — but I think she looks like star material!
For this layout, I used the oval frame and flourish from Celebrate Sophisticate from Paper Crafting World. The word “glamour” is from the Forever Young Cricut cartridge, page 39.
1945 was cut in Sure Cuts A Lot; the font is called Betty Noir, and I think it’s very glam! We were also supposed to include a star on our project. I used the star icon from page 69 of the Wild Card cartridge. The dotted paper is from AC Patterned paper, the Travel pack, and the red paper and red printed paper are from Close to My Heart.
Make sure you stop by Cooking With Cricut/Paper Crafting World to pick up today’s freebies, and leave a comment to be eligible to win some great prizes there! Thanks for celebrating PCW/CWC’s second blogaversary with us!
The photographer in me likes vintage photos like you used & wonderfully created with.
These photos of my parents are gems. I only have a few of them. My sisters have most of them. I’m using digital copies for the scrapbook pages; they’re too precious!!
Thank you for all your sweet comments, Melissa!
What a beautiful page to display a precious photo. Our parents are always stars in our eyes aren’t they? Lovely job!
gorgeous. feels so vintage and elegant.
Your mom is stunning and so is your page. It definitely has the feeling of the 1940’s. Fabulous and inspirational work.
I love it you did an awesome job and thanks for a wonderfull week full of ideas.
Beautiful layout. I love how you showcased your mom. Great job!
Evelyn, love your mom’s picture – the women back in those days were really classy! TFS
Wonderful layout! I love the photograph and the date! Thanks for the idea!!