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Echo Park's new Jack & Jill Boy collection has made an appearance at A Walk Down Memory Lane. As soon as I saw it, I knew I had the perfect photos for this collection. I grabbed a bunch of the paper and the matching card stock stickers to create a barbershop layout.
When we were in Ireland, my husband talked all week about wanting to get his hair cut. He needed one, and he's never had his hair cut at a proper barber shop. They were everywhere in Ireland. As luck would have it, our hotel for our very last night in Ireland just happened to be across the street from one. While I repacked my suitcase for the trip home, he walked over to the barber and got his hair cut. We giggled a bit when he got back about their styling of his haircut. Very European...but not the way he'd normally style it.
The stickers for Jack & Jill Boy have a barbershop pole and a hair cutting scissors on them! How could I not uses this collection for these photos?
On top of that, the papers in this collection are rich and masculine without being dark and heavy. There's plenty of cream, a pretty wood grain, and a burgundy toned red that really make this collection fun and easy to use.
Even if you don't have a barbershop layout that needs creating, you're going to love Jack & Jill for your next masculine layout.