Sunday, February 24, 2013

Red Carpet Studio - The Wedding Singer.

Hi Lovelies,

Well today I am back for my last day as a Guest DT member over at Red Carpet Studio.  I have had a blast!  I have really enjoyed my time with these wonderful ladies - so Thank you very much.  Today's challenge is too use the Wedding Singer as your inspiration for this week's challenge.  To create a wedding or Anniversary card.  The wonderful sponsor this week is the lovely people from My Craft Spot. Who are giving the winner a choice of one of their stamps.

I don't know about you, but I really love the trip down memory lane that this movie gives you. All those songs, hair, clothes, colours, did I mention the hair!  Lol, well anyway here is my card based on this fun movie.

Can you see how the movie influenced this card?  I had such a fun time trying to work out how I was going make this card & honestly I couldn't be happier with the way it turned out.  I was really pleased to find the background pp at my LSS along with those charms.  The pp was originally white embossed on white.  So to make the music stand out more I sprayed it with a mixture of Cornflower Blue Vivid ink, Pearl Ex & water.  I then gently wiped it with a paper towel so the embossing showed through.  After that I stamped the cake, fussy cut & coloured it with Copics.  I then sprayed some white paper with the ink mixture before running it through my Cuttlebug. It is a simple card but I figure it gets the theme across really well.  I had to ink the edges of the die cut paper with Distress Ink & I also used it for the sentiment.  

Thanks for stopping by today.  I hope that you have ago at this challenge, I can't wait to see what everyone comes up with.  I love seeing how people use these challenges to make such amazing creations.

Metal charms 
Hero Arts - CL342 Everyday Sayings, CL133 Whimsical Weddings
RV10, E0000, G20, G21, RV29, R11
Distress Ink - Chipped Saphire
Paper ribbon.


Dawn Turley said...

Gorgeous card Paula. It's been great having you as our guest this month.

Maureen Morton said...

This is a fun party in a card, Paula! Love all the great details and you used them together so well.