Monday, March 9, 2009

age is setting in...

I really don't know how it happened... but I totally spaced out and forgot to upload this vsn card to my blog. I will be honest here. I was not looking forward to this challenge. I've never seen the movie Princess Bride and that is what this card was to be based on. We were to take a line from the movie (good thing they provided a bunch!) and make a card from one of the movie lines. After reading the challenge rules, I checked out the movie lines that were provided. I had this Starving Artistamps Doodle Factory set out from the chocolate challenge and I knew I had to make a card with it. Call it fate if you will... I won the challenge!! YAY!

This is where I got inspiration for my card:
Westley: I mean, if we only had a wheelbarrow, that would be something.
Inigo Montoya: Where we did we put that wheelbarrow the albino had?
Fezzik: Over the albino, I think.
Westley: Well, why didn't you list that among our assets in the first place?

stamps: starving artistamps doodlefactory cart, pti green thumb
ink: memento tuxedo black
paper: su cool caribbean, apricot appeal, craft, georgia pacific 110# white
accessories: copic markers, prima flowers, ranger liquid pearls, marth stewart edge punch, su ribbon


Michelle said...

I think this was my favorite of all your VSN cards, Joyclynn! I love the primas in the wheelbarrow -so cute!

kthaman said... really must watch that movie - it is hilarious! I promise you'll like it!

This is an awesome card! I love the border punch and the layers of flowers.

Georgann said...

Very nice. Love the punch and the primas are such a lovely touch!

Martha said...

wonderful colors. its gorgeous!

Jackie said...

This is really cute and I like the added flowers! great job!!!

Dana Hatch said...

I can see why you won! I love the colors and the edge punch!

Cheryl Walker said...

Very pretty!! Love the flowers :)

Sandy O said...

Great card! How brave to try the challenge, especially not seing the movie!

I know sooooooo many people who like that movie, all 3 of my kids did AND 2 are boys, HA! Even my husband thought it was funny. ME? I thought there were 2 funny scenes, but the movie as a whole I did not like. Seems I am in a very small minority, LOL


Michelle said...

Awesome card! I've never seen the movie, but the card is wonderful!