Party Post #3

And the winner is:

Congrats Andrea! Please email your address to and we will get your prize package out to you!

Andrea H

Love, love, love this set! Of course, it reminds me of my childhood, and it evokes so many good feelings and memories. In the late ’50′s early ’60′s in So. California, we used to have a Carnation Dairy pony come by our suburban home (near Disneyland) for kiddy photos. I have the perfect pic for the Giddy Up paper.

And the black car on the father paper…my dad owned one of those!!!!! I have a pic of him all dapper, lookin’ cool, with his knee up and foot resting on the bumper.
I’m ready to SCRAP!!!!

Love a Party…don’t you?

I know we’ve been having a great time showing you the new FAMILY FUN  release!

Don’t you just love those old westerns? My dad told me that his favorite was always the Lone Ranger.  I remember watching Gunsmoke, Bonanza and The Wild Wild West. Not to mention all the John Wayne movies.  And children in the 1940s and 50s would love to play cowboy….and still do!

This little lady looks so cute decorating a jar of cookies! The die cut sheet of paper dolls includes 6 dolls…totally fun…and each has so many clothes to choose from! So, I chose to dress this paperdoll in her western wear (her brother has a matching outfit!), for this jar of cowboy cookies. The paper band around the jar was made with one of the Party Games paper sheets and crepe.

Such fun dolls! Mom and Dad measure approx. 9 inches, and the children at approx. 6 inches. These paperdolls are included in the Accessory Kit we showed in the first party post, but can also be found in the Family Fun Paper Kit, which includes the Accessory Kit and the patterned cardstock-the entire Family Fun Collection!

This package also includes multiple paperdoll images! Perfect sizes for cards and tags!

And, they make super unique embellishments when used with the Epiphany Crafts Shape Studio punches!!!

Are you ready for one more Party Prize????

Leave a comment on this post, and you will be entered to win this:

The winner will be announced at 7pm MST.

See you then!

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44 Responses to Party Post #3

  1. Kelly Sas says:

    Vintage Street Market thinks of everything – Tinted Tape on a tape holder?!?!? LOVE IT!!!
    Oh I think those Cowboy Cookies are the greatest thank you gift thank for our farmer neighbor who gives us extra produce! Thanks so much for the inspiration.

  2. Cheryl S. says:

    How fun is this??? Love the vintage cowboy images! Thanks for the chance to win.

  3. Bevie Pearl says:

    This Party is sooooo much fun. Seeing all the paper dolls is just making me happy!! I played paper dolls as a little girl and enjoyed seeing all the paper dolls you have shown in this kit. But, I am now hungry for Cowboy Cookies after seeing your cute decorated jar…it was always a special day when my mom made those. They were always HUGE and yummy!!

  4. Vanessa B says:

    So reminds me of my youth playing with paper dolls! Thanks for a chance to win!

  5. Lindy says:

    Oh my….I love it!!! Paper Dolls!!!! I used to play with dolls all the tiime and watch all those old westerns as well. Lone Ranger and Bonanza were regulars in my house. Sometimes I really miss them.

    Congrats Andrea!!!!!!!!!!!!

  6. Annie Lou Ricci says:

    Congrats to Andrea…. looking at the next set of stuff … and it is still wonderful …. reminds me of the horse days of the 60’s !!!! Mr. Ed and Fury and My Friend Flicker !!!!!

  7. Amazing projects!!! Love the cowboy cookies project and the paper dolls are wonderful!! What a great idea of your embellies used with Epiphany shapes punches and buttons! I don’t think I can wait….I want some of this now!!

  8. Congrats to those lucky winners so far. This is SO MUCH fun! It’s like watching Back To The Future!!

  9. rkokes says:

    what a CUTE jar!!!

  10. Donna B says:

    Oh my gosh! This is the cutest paper doll set ever!

    The cowboy cookie jar is yummy!

    I did not play with paper dolls as a little girl (tomboy I was) but now I would love to play paper dolls! This is fantastic!

    Thanks for sharing your party with us!

  11. Jasmine Ford says:

    This is great…My grandfather was a huge John Wayne fan, watched and owned all his movies. My hubby is a huge western fan too, would love this stuff to do up some great pages of my grandfather, and maybe a mini album of my hubby with the boys watching their westerns! I totally remember playing with paper dolls as a little girl too, so this takes me back!

  12. ivy says:

    love the little girl in the black & white outfit! so adorable! this collection is a lot of fun!

  13. Gloria says:

    Great papers! Fun ideas.

  14. Cindy Rozek says:

    OMG! I have all of my old pictures from growing up in the 60’s. We were just like the Clever’s! Thank you for making some papers & embellies that will go with these pics. I have been searching for just the right somthin-somthin. I’m working on a scrapbook for my Mom’s 80th birthday – these papers are perfect !

  15. jennifer says:

    what wonderful paper dolls, this is a really awesome line.

  16. Marcia says:

    WOWZA!!! What a give away, the paper dolls remind of the olden days!!
    How fun!!!

  17. Cari says:

    Those western paper dolls are so adorable! Love this package! 🙂 Thanks for all the fun & inspiration today!

  18. Adrianna Nunez says:

    These paper dolls are too cute! When I was little, I would draw my own paper dolls and make their own clothes. Paper dolls have always been a favorite of mine & I am in love with these!!

  19. This ‘vintage lady’ sure does love these vintage papers that remind her so much of her childhood! Finally someone is making products with the vintage looks I love!!!

  20. Erin Rosar says:

    This is simply darling! I can’t wait to be able to get some of these so I can start playing.

  21. Sharon Gullikson says:

    Am I too late? I was at a stamping show. The prize is SO cute!

  22. b. poteraj says:

    Too cute for words! I hope that I WINNNNNN

  23. Natasha G.P. says:

    Can I enter the contest? I would like to participate…

  24. Colleen Brown says:

    This line is great. I can’t wait to create some special things. And the tinted tape pompoms on the last post are awesome. I need some of that too. =)

  25. Andrea Huber says:

    Thank you Vintage Market! Bonanza was BIG at my house! And now my 4 yr-old grandson insists on watching it too. Everything comes around again, and the more things change, the more they remain the same. And in my view, it’s all good!

  26. Nancy Matos says:

    These are FABULOUS!! I LOVE LOVE LOVE these! They remind me of my childhood! Thank you SO MUCH for the chance to win this AWESOME prize! Good luck to everyone! 🙂

  27. Lisaann says:

    My favorite line in years!!

  28. Suzette Weber says:

    I, too, remember the days! I was a little kid playing with paper dolls! Fond memories!!

  29. deedee says:

    What a set.. brings me way back to the good ol’ days…. 😀

  30. HeatherC says:

    I used to love paper dolls!!! This is amazing!

  31. elane holloway says:

    Wow these are really awesome I just love them, they remind me of growing up as a kid. Sure would love to win thanks for the chance.

    later tater,

  32. Pam Bray says:

    Amazing! Love it all!!!!!

  33. nicole says:

    can’t wait to get my hands on some of those paper dolls! what a great line!

  34. Judy says:

    Oooh, I hope I win! It’s loverlee!!

  35. Diane Brubaker says:

    I love them all! Especially the tinted tape. Also remember playing w/the paper dolls when I was a young girl. These were our toys! If you had paper dolls you were really lucky. I also really like the cookie jar.

  36. Trece Wyman says:

    I know just what I would do, if I won!! I’ve been making a yummy new recipe my family calls “Cowboy Crack”, and I could make labels with Marshall Matthew when I give it as gifts!!

  37. shawn timm says:

    Your new stuff is so cute! Can’t wait to play!

  38. Jackie, from TEXAS says:

    You rock Vintage Street Market! I loved paper dolls as a child – even have some old vintage ones that were mine as a child that I found mixed in some old books! I contemplated cutting them out and using them, but don’t have to now! You created the best line of vintage paper! wooo-hoooo!

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