Scrapbook Layout: Christmas Play

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The Story: My mother-in-law treated Mr. P and I to a trip to see White Christmas on stage.

Playbill: No, I still can’t cut up Playbills for some reason.  I have no idea why — they have a ton of advertising in them!  I just love the way they look, though.  See other layouts with Playbills here, here, and here.

Ephemera I didn’t use: I got a picture of this again.  I had two Playbills and two tickets.  I ended up tossing one of the Playbills.

Blue and RedI made the headline to compliment the Playbill.  I like that it doesn’t scream “Christmas!!”

Christmas Play Scrapbook Layout by Natalie Parker

Font: Pacifico, Rockwell | Tools: Silhouette SD (headline) | Supplies: Die Cuts with A View Silver and Blue Shimmer Stock, Fancy Pants Designs/All My Heart (papers) | Keepsakes Included: Program, tickets.

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Theatre Scrapbook Layout

Theater Layout by Natalie ParkerTheater Layout by Natalie ParkerTheater Layout by Natalie ParkerAll keepsakes, not much imagination here?  You might think that but rest assured I labored over every detail.

This layout shows a weekend I spent in San Francisco seeing shows with my future sister-in-law.  And I didn’t take any pictures.  It’s so weird to see how my habits have changed!

I still kept keepsakes for my scrapbook back then and I love saving Playbills in particular.  Playbills are  huge though and it’s tough to work them into a layout.

I really considered cutting them up.  But in previous scrapbooks I always included the entire Playbill.  I struggled over this a bit but decided to keep them.  You can add Playbills to the same category as National Park Service maps.

For the headline, I decided to try mixing fonts.  Not bad for a first try, I think!

What would you do with the Playbills?  Would you cut them up?

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Fonts: Impact (large font), Mission Script (script), cut with Silhouette SD.