boy, is this ever fun?!

Hello there!  It’s Jennie here with a few of my latest projects with my Vintage Street Market goodies!

Since I have 3 boys, I’m always looking for fun, gender neutral ways to record and preserve our memories.  There are so many items from Vintage Street Market that fit the bill!  Looking for some fun and festive ways to make cheerful pages for a birthday?

Jennie McGarvey.What a Blast!

Quite easy to make a cheery page with the yellow crepe sheets and printed paper sheets (from the Party Games Sheets and Tags!) plus Twirly Twine and Printed Tickets!

Perhaps it’s not birthdays, but a general sense of contentment — or enjoyment you’re after.  It’s easy to create, as well.

Jennie McGarvey. Enjoy the View

Lots to love here including bingo craft cards, vintage tickets, twirly twine, tinted tape and family fun patterned paper!  I included journaling from my vintage typewriter that enhanced the overall feel of the page!

So, festive and contented have been covered — what about plain fun?  That’s where the Party Games Paper Sheets & Tags come in again!  I was able to create a page about our fun playing candyland with little else than this kit!

Jennie McGarvey. Candyland

I would love to see what you can create with some of these items!  Need a birthday page?  Whip one up and then share the link with us!

Jennie

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3 Responses to boy, is this ever fun?!

  1. Diane Payne says:

    So cute, Jennie! I especially love the Candyland layout.

  2. advintage says:

    Jennie your layouts are sweet as can be! Love the ruffled crepe paper on the first! Cute use of the polka dots on the second lo. The foil hearts on the third is cute!

  3. Shellye McDaniel says:

    Very cute, Jennie!

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