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Monday, July 20, 2009

Twilight

My youngest DD had been after me forever to read these books... frankly, I just wasn't interested. One day DD brought the book to work and asked me one more time to please read it. So I did, and then the second and then the third... Friends thought I fell off the face of the earth. I read all three books in 4 and a half days... wow. I still have not seen the movie... I don't know if I ever will. I don't think I've ever seen a movie based on a favorite book of mine turn out well.... KWIM?

So at 365 Cards, today's challenge is Day 142 - Movie Monday. "Let the Twilight movie inspire your card. Use a black card base or black background, patterned paper where the dominant color is red, and embellish with either glitter or rhinestones. Anything else goes."

Here is my Twilight inspired card. For my patterned paper, I ran black Bazzill through my Cuttlebug Swirls embossing folder. I painted the raised swirls with Making Memories Hollyberry paint.

Supplies:
Black Bazzill cardstock
Spellbinders Nestabilities Scallop Rectangle, Rectangle
Cuttlebug "Swirls" embossing folder
Making Memories Hollyberry paint
Narratives by Karen Russell "Love" rub-on
Flowers from stash
American Crafts black button
Ribbon from stash
Me & My Big Ideas bling

9 comments:

Juls said...

Love the big flower! just amazing, stunning card! Thanks for the kind comments you left on my blog. hugs Juls

Anonymous said...

This is gorgeous! Adriane

~amy~ said...

gorgeous...that flower rocks!

Gloria said...

Love your card! alicia tried to get me to read the twilight series but I couldn't get interested in the first one. :(

Gloria Stengel said...

This is drop dead beautiful (no pun intended!). I love the embossing and the flower. You did a fabbie job!

Pam said...

I think gorgeous pretty much sums it up on this one!!

Carolyn V said...

Congrats on your top-3 spot! Beautiful card... stunning!

Mojo Hugs said...

Congrats on your Top Trio spot. Love the card.

TesaB said...

It's fantastic! What an amazing flower, and the embossing! Congrats to top 3!