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    This is a scrapbook of Cher in her D2K (Dressed to Kill) concert in Vancouver, BC. She put on quite a show. Cindi Lauper opened for her. Wonderful night! Huge fan!

    Inspiration: I have been a huge fan of Cher my whole life! I got to see her in concert for the first time and it was wonderful! Maybe she will see these pages, and if so, I hope she likes them. She sang Burlesque in the costume on the LHP so I made that the theme for this page. Best movie too!

    The scrapbook paper is from DCWV Midnight Berry and DCWV Black Current Stack. The lady standing, the martini glass and the lady in the martini glass are images from Cricut Suburbia. The dancing girl image is from Shall We Dance cartridge. The chair is from French Manor cartridge. I used a Martha Stewart bubble punch for borders and mats. The title “Burlseque” is made with Don Juan font. I embossed and raised the ladies. This was fun to make. Not my usual topic for pages.

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    Inspiration: The song she was singing is “Turn Back Time”, so I used the time theme on this page. I love that song.

    This scrapbook paper is from AC Big Dot Sapphire and Recollections Blackjack Stack. The clock is from Wall Décor & More and the title font is Cricut Ashlyn’s Alphabet. I made the clock hands corner with borders that I had bought.

    Inspiration: Cher was singing Half Breed in the costume on the right hand page (RHP) so I ran with that theme.

    This wonderful scrapbook paper is from Recollections Boho Paper Pad. The best new pad that Michaels has had in a long time. The LHP frame is from Cricut Art Deco. The RHP frame is from Elegant Edges. All of the flowers are from Sophie cart. and the Native American lady is from Paper Doll Teen Scene. I also used a deco shell border punch. I added a few feathers as a nod to the amazing headdress.

    Inspiration: A great moment when this huge Trojan horse was brought out and opened up to let Cher out! The stage was lit in blue with a gold horse.

    This scrapbook paper is from Paper Studio Be Bold Be Bright Stack, Paper Studio Pink Navy Stack and Craft Smith Indigo Gold Pad.  The wonderful horse is from Cricut Art Deco cartridge. I can’t believe how perfect this image is for this page! The frames are from Elegant Edges. I used a Martha Stewart large double arches border punch.

    Inspiration: Cher’s retro outfit in red, black & white and the hearts go to the love theme of the song I Got You Babe.

    The background scrapbook paper is AC Glitter Herringbone, the red paper is AC Ladybug Glitter and the Black & white print is from DCWV Bella Rouge Stack. The font for the title “I Got You Babe” is from Cricut Traveler cartridge. The LHP frame is from Fancy Frames and the RHP double frame is from Picturesque. Cindi Lauper opened for Cher and is in the top spot of that frame. The heart border is a Martha Stewart large punch. I raised some smaller hearts in the border.

    Inspiration: Cher was singing Gypsies, Tramps and Thieves in this picture so I went with the colours of her dress and a gypsy image.

    The scrapbook papers are from Paper Studio Be Bold Be Bright (background), DCWV Stardust Stack (purple), DCWV Black Currant Stack (pink), and DCWV Midnight Berry Stack (gold/pink). I used Kiwi Lane templates on this page. The barmaid is from Cricut Pirates and Mermaids cartridge. I also used Martha Stewart geometric frames border punch. The black swirls are a frame from Fancy Frames that I cut up. I wrote Dr. Pepper on the bottle that she is holding, in reference to Cher’s love of Dr. Pepper.

    Inspiration: The amazing feather headdress that Cher wore while singing Strong Enough.

    The background scrapbook paper is from Paper Studio Be Bold Be Bright Stack. The blue and green paper is from Recollections Boho. The headdress image is from French Manor cartridge. The right side border is from A Quilted Christmas. The LHP frame is from Cricut Art Deco. I used a Martha Stewart deco shell punch on the LHP and a Fiskar’s punch to frame the RHP photo. I used some jewellery fixings and gems to decorate this page.

    Inspiration: During the finale of the show, Cher was standing on this swing which was suspended above the audience and was moving around the concert hall just above our heads. The shape of the swing inspired my choice of images on this page.

    This scrapbook paper is from Artsylicious Engraved Chocolate. The border and the frame on the RHP are from Cricut cartridge Art Deco. The font for the title Cher is Under Pressure from Don Juan cartridge. This is the last page of this album.

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