| Boston Cotillion posted May 4, 2012|
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My great-grandmother, Edith Moore Buffum, as a debutante attending the 1885 Boston Cotillion at age 18. A true Victorian era gown.
A tip on heritage photos mounted on cardboard. I used one of the two pieces of pattern paper in it's entirety so as to provide more strength to the card stock. So don't cut out and save part of that pattern paper. Also make sure to over use your adhesive when adhering the photo. This will help maintain the integrity of the layout and give it added strength.
Pattern Paper: Melissa Frances Simone & Ruth
Punch: MS Floral Deep Edge Punch
Flower: Prima Poetic Whispers
Die Cut: Quickutz 2x2 Leaves, Label
Ink: Clearsnap and Tim Holtz Antique Linen
Bird: Kaiser Craft Wood Birds
Alpha: Quickutz Rock Star