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Oh Those BIG Hair Days

Ahhh, to be a child of the 80's
Guess jeans, Swatch watches,OP t-shirts, penny loafers and
BIG HAIR!
My kids found this picture of me, taken when I was 18.

Now, was that some hair, or was THAT some hair?  I have riotous curly hair
and this particular day it happened to fix just perfectly :)  Julia Roberts had nothing on me hahaha!
I did this layout for my sponsored challenge over at the My Scrapbook Nook
MOVIE MADNESS CROP.
The challenge is entitled "The Red Carpet"
and the only instructions are to use shades of red on a layout or card.
I used the April Nook Kit featuring STORYTELLER by Crate Paper.
The Maya Road chip frame also came in the kit, and I spritzed it with Mister Huey's
REAL RED...perfectly matches these papers.  For the flowers I used the
I Top Punch from Imaginisce and the Trio flower punch from EK Success.
You still have plenty of time to come over and play along with us!
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Tomorrow I'm up at Imaginisce for our Canvas Corp. Blog Hop.
I have some really fun stuff to share with you.
Also tomorrow is the Monday EAD Blog Hop.
Lots to do...lots to see!
Have a blessed Sunday

Comments

  1. LOL I so remember those days!!!
    fab layout girl :)
    *see you tomorrow*

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  2. Oh my gosh...do I remember those days!! This is awesome! Your layout is super fun. Great colors and details! Thanks for sharing...love it:)
    Sherrie K
    http://sherriescraps.blogspot.com

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  3. great layout! I too had big hair, but a bit more rocker! :)

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