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    My daughter in law gave my son a birthday party. He was 33. She gave him a redneck themed party. Ok, my question, what type of paper should I use for my layouts. I have no idea what colors to use on this. Help. Thanks Pat

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    What type of pics do we have?
    Might be able to help better.
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    I would use western, like jean paper, or maybe the bandana print. Other choices I think maybe reds, deep blues and ones in the brown/tan family and then just try to pull colors from the pictures.
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    Red, absolutely! And I would use paper that looks like flannel plaids and like a woodsman or outdoorsman...even camoflauged paper would do! Overhauls, jeans, boots, baseball caps, etc. are part of a redneck's wardrobe...including a beer can! You can have lots of fun being ceative with this theme!

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    Judy, camoflauge was exactly what my first thought was. My son grew up saying he was a red neck and proud of it - mostly because he was a deer hunter, and enjoyed the outdoors so much.
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    I would look up some Red Neck jokes for titles too, Jeff Foxworthy at least has clean (for the most part) jokes.
    bonnie


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    Everyone has really great ideas, can't wait to see the finished product. Lisa
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