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Last Chance Sale LO: An American in Paris



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Sue Maravelas

Last Chance Sale LO: An American in Paris

All the materials I used in the layout above are half-price as part of the Last Chance Sale.  More than 1000 products are being retired, and you can snap them up at 50% off until 8/23. After that, they're gone forever, so don't delay!   Check out the sale by going to the Boutique and clicking On Sale.

Brandy Murry: The Bee's Knees Collection Biggie
Brandy Murry: Parisian Collection Biggie
Brandy Murry: French Linen Collection Biggie
Brandy Murry: Venue Collection Biggie
 
About the layout: As I was looking through my dad's photos from his time in the Air Force, I realized he had saved both a photo of himself in Paris and a postcard he sent home from Paris.  Here there are.  I think this is so cool!



    Beautiful, beautiful page Sue! The photos are fantastic and the embellishments are perfect. Lovely composition and wonderful colors!

    Gorgeous page! I love the floral border and the way you layered the photos and journaling. I'll miss having these in the boutique!

    Wow! Sue this is just wonderful! What a treasure, I love your framing using the cluster of flowers and a wonderful background also. Wonderful photo of your dad.

    Stunning! Really evokes the mood of a bygone era.

    This really IS so cool and what a great photo and postcard to have Sue!   You scrapped them both in such a special way and I really like the collections you used.   I also really like the BW and grays along with the soft colors you used and most especially the pretty flower borders.   Lovely work.   :)

    what a keepsake!  you did it justice with this layout... it looks real Spring-like to me and since it's dated in April it would be Spring.  Love it!

    Wonderful old photo and postcard. I love the LO you made to show them off. I especially like the background blending and the way the flowers border the page.

    What a wonderful layout you've made for your father's photo and postcard - great memories to save.  I love the background paper you used, and the borders you created to frame the page.  Beautifully scrapped!