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Friday, 28 August 2015

More Like The Movies

Good Morning All, 
The weekend is almost  upon us, thank goodness!
It's been a busy week & I've been very tired!
I have yet another Anniversary card to share with you today!
This one is for my brother & sister in law.


I used the small sepia toned image from one of the La Pashe 
Wrinklies At The Movies, decoupage sheets.
(When I was making this card, I had a song going through my head,
it was a tune by Dr Hook, back in the day, More Like The Movies.
I loved that song then & I still do now!)



I wanted to keep the card flat so I could easily pop it in the post.
The card base is A6 Kraft CS. I added a slightly offset plain black mat,
 then a panel of white embossed CS which was offset the other way.
The flimstrip was cut using a spellbinders die & I added some clear 
transparency fim to the cut out sections.
The little ticket sentiment was in my folder of images & sentiments
which have been printed off for a while. I layered up the bits from the
 cut out sections of the fim strip die & added it to the top.


You cant quite see it but I've a added a black panel to the inside of the 
card, with a white heart to write on. I've also added two
little black die cut hearts to decorate.
I hope you like my card, more to the point I hope the anniversary couple do!
Thanks for stopping by.
I'd like to add ths card to the following challenges:
Crafting For All Seasons - You're Having A Laugh
Crafty Cardmaker - No Patterned Paper
Get Creative Challege - No Printed Papers
Come & Get It - Blck & White With One Other Colour

21 comments:

  1. This is fabulous, love the monochrome and film theme too.
    Hugs
    Linda xx

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  2. a great card Dawn - sure it will be loved - don't work too hard! hugs rachel x

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  3. What a fun card, love the coloring you did for this one, totally reminds me of the old timey movies

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  4. Great card. My first thoughts were the movie "An Officer and a Gentleman". Thanks for joining us at Come And Get It challenge. Bunny DT

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  5. That's one of my favourite songs too and I love your card, such fun. Creative Blessings, Tracy x

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  6. It's just the ticket! Great card!!! Thanks for sharing with us at Simon Says Stamps Monday Challenge. Cheers Nicole

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  7. A brilliant card Dawn, such a fabulous black and white design.
    Have a lovely weekend.
    Pauline
    x

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  8. Great card Dawn. What a fab image and love the film strip effect.
    Cathy xxx

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  9. Hi Dawn this is a gorgeous anniversary card. I hope you have a great weekend. Hugs Jackie

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  10. I love, love the image, such fun! Great idea to add the film strip in the background! Great card as always!

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  11. A brilliant card Dawn and a fabulous image. I love the film elements xx

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  12. Great card and fabulous image I love the sepia tones. Thanks for joining us at Crafty Cardmakers and More for our No Patterned Papers Challenge.

    Bec

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  13. I love, love, LOVE that fun and funny image, Dawn! How perfect for an anniversary couple who has spent all their years together. :-D Terrific design, including the inside.

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  14. Fabulous card and theme, love the colours.

    Hugs Abbs xx

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  15. This card is just awesome, really brilliant Dawn!
    Thank you for joining us at Crafting for all Seasons.

    Hugs,
    Milnie DT

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  16. Fab card Dawn, love the image. Love Dr Hook too :) Carol x

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  17. That's one of my favourite Dr Hook Songs, I love how you've used that as your theme. Great Card! Thanks for joining us for Challenge 22 No Patterned Papers over at Get Creative Challenges and good luck! xx

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  18. Fabulous image. Love the sepia look against the mono background, it really puts you in mind of an old film.

    Thanks for sharing in my 'no patterned papers' challenge.

    Lin
    Crafty Cardmakers and More

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Thank you for taking the time & trouble to comment! I truly appreciate your feedback!
Hugs
Dawn xx