Europe Vacation: Moulin Rouge
This was an interesting page to work on with my mother. One of the Tour Options was to attend a show at the Moulin Rouge. My only experience with the Moulin Rouge, was Baz Luhrmann’s theatrically version so I thought that I was in for some good can-can, but my only experience with the can-can was at Disneyland. Boy was I wrong! It took me about ten minutes to realize what was really going on, and by that time I was trapped in a corner dining seat and just decided to stay for the rest of the show. As you can see from this page there were no photos allowed, which was a good thing, but I did want to put something in the scrapbook about it. So I took the table assignment card and surrounded it by red craft feathers (not collected from the location 🙂 ) to commemorate the experience. I like this page as it is a perfect example of a scrapbook page that has no photographs, but rather emphasizes the ephemera.
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Posted on January 6, 2013, in Europe Vacation and tagged Baz Luhrmann, France, MASCrapping, masculine scrapbooking, masculine scrapping, Moulin Rouge, Paris, scrapbooks for men. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.