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bonprof
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My daughter was in a community theatre play called Thoroughly Modern Millie(1920s). What paper would you suggest? The look i'm going for is old fashioned with high energy.


 
GwynnAsbury
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oooooh.... there are some awesome papers with vintage homemaker themes not too long ago........ Their patterns were old timey with energy....


 
Juansmom
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Graphic 45 always has good vintage!!


 
Henri Jean
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I'm on the same page Chris is - I was thinking Graphic 45! Great vintage.

I loved the movie with Julie Andrews!


 
bonprof
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Thanks everyone! I will check out graphic 45


 
GwynnAsbury
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The line I was talking about was by OCtober Afternoon called Modern Homemaker

Graphic45 released a line called Domestic Goddess

both lines feature classic female icon figures of the 1960s or earlier in domestic roles - and may fit with the title/theme of the play?


 
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  • Vae on 10-27-13 07:17 PM
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Graphic 45 Curtain Call is the first thing that came to my mind. It's not colorful but I like that because it lets the color from the photos/embellies really pop.


 
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