One Page with Four Cut-and-Use Bookmarks
Evening Fashions of 1928
From McCall's Quarterly, Autumn 1928
Laser Printed on 80# Cardstock
The artwork in this magazine is so beautifully rendered. It makes the sometimes stiff fashions of the 1920s alive with movement. However in the late twenties, the bias cut had entered fashion usage, and femininity, flowing sheers, and uneven hems softened the whole look.
I have taken 4 images of evening wear showing the back views, and arranged them in bookmarks with some trims and slang phrases of the day.
Cut them apart and use just as they are, or add your own embellishments. Use as bookmarks, or tags, or in your other paper crafting projects.
One 80# cardstock page, 8.5" x 11", and stored in a crystal clear seal-top bag.
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