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Discussion in 'Scrapping Pad' started by Dalis, Jan 25, 2022.
Any suggestions on what to use to scrap a “virtual job interview”? The kit I would have used previously isn’t here anymore so I’m at a loss.
You could use some of these:
My daughter wore a red dress to her school leaver's prom. Any suggestions? Searching for prom in the store just gives me hundreds of kits with the word prompt ...
EDIT - decided to take a close-up photo of the dress fabric for the "red paper"
ISO Kid Interview/Favorites template
I know I have seen this kind of template before. Not necessarily at Lilypad, I can't remember where, but I am starting here because this is my favorite place to shop. It's for making a layout about the "right now" of a kid; in the template it has spots for favorite color, favorite food, favorite song, etc. I am picturing something more fun than a plain list, something with different areas on the page for each favorite. The layout I want to make is about a toddler, so I am not looking for something with a lot of complicated interview questions. But even if there are references to school subject or other things I can probably adapt. Thanks!
Ok, there might be a few that are themed, but can easily be modified.
Thank you, Dalis! I appreciate your help! None of these are quite what I am looking for, which tells me I have something very specific in mind and will probably need to make it myself. One of the That's My List SwL templates comes closest to my vision so I might modify that one, or make one from scratch, depending on how into it I get. TLP helpfully tells me I already own them so that's a good start at least!
@scrumptious I'm thinking of Paislee Press' & One Little Bird's Conversation Piece:
There are more sets but these two where the ones I came to think of.
Thank you! This isn't what I had in my head but I really like it. The back and forth Q & A format is neat.
i am looking for lacrosse kits or items and also there is lots of july 4 but could we have some memorial day ? thanks
What kind of thing are you thinking for Memorial Day?
Could any of the patriotic kits work?
I've used Lynn Grieveson's Hester kit for Memorial/Remembrance Day pages in the past.
and also Tari Tinkerton by Rebbeca McClean - it's full of poppies and those are a symbol we use with Remembrance Day here in the UK