Finally, I have a couple of pages to show you using my April Counterfeit Kit.
See that paper second from the left with the large peacock in the corner? I figured that would be the most challenging paper to use, so I wanted to use it first.
I found some old photos from our pre-children days, dressing up for a friend's "Lord of the Rings" themed party.
To add a bit of interest, I ended up being loosely inspired by this sketch at the PageMaps blog:
Using this sketch meant I went to town using some round elements from my Kit . . . and some that weren't . . .
This is going to sort the book-readers from the movie watchers . . . this party was WELL before the Lord of the Rings movies, I can tell you!
And since I was doing a Rob-and-I dressing up kind of page, I though I may as well use a photo from another dress up party from the same era. I've used co-ordinating papers and elements, as well as a slightly closer take on the same sketch:
Asterix and Obelix this time!
The sad thing is, that is all the information I can tell you about this photo. I don't remember whose party it was, what we were celebrating, and I don't even recognise whose furniture is in the background (other than the fact that it is very representative of the Uni student furniture so many of our friends had at Uni and in the years shortly after).
The moral to the story: document your memories while you can still remember, people!