I just bought a new CD called “Betcha Bottom Dollar” by the Puppini Sisters and found this old song by Irving Berlin from the 1920s. I love the song and just had to make a layout using it with a photograph of my mother with my Aunt Lucy & my Aunt Virginia; two of her six sisters.


They always told tales of begging, borrowing and stealing each others clothes and shoes to wear when one or the other of them had a date! All of their clothes were made by their mother usually cut from garments that had seen better days it seems . . . but, they were always just the height of fashion and were evidently envied by some of their more wealthy friends for their wardrobes!


I am using this page in the Lyrics Challenge Shutterfly book here at Designer Digitals.
If you have never heard this song . . . run out and buy this album . . . you will just love it!
Here is a link for a couple of other songs on this album


All products from Designer Digitals
Felt Flourishes by Patti Knox (Sequins)
Accessorize Brush Set by Anna Aspnes (purse)
Apron Strings 2 by Leora Sanford (blue paper & floral for overlay)
Jessica Sprague’s Walkthrough Tutorial: Extracting Patterns to Create an Overlay instructions used to extract the floral overlay from Leora’s Apron Strings 2 kit.
Naturally Krafty Paper Pack by Katie Pertiet
Vintage Frames by Katie Pertiet
Fonts are Champagne (title), Century Gothic (song) & Cobalt (names)