Monday, November 30, 2009

Let's go to the Movies

So not only is it the 1st December but its a new challenge on By the Cute and Girly, Let's go to the Movies and don't forget we're looking for all kinds of craft not just card making. I was making my nephew he's Birthday card when I realised this would work too, Jungle Book. All the images are High Hopes Stamps and once again I've used a recess card that was a tutorial on Papertake Weekly by Claudia some time ago. The papers are Cosmo Cricket, hope J likes it.
I was a bit stuck with this challenge when I came to do a bit of Scrapbooking but I scrolled through my photos till inspiriation struck not sure my BIL and Hubby would agree. When I saw this photo I thought of the old movie The Odd Couple although I've never seen the film but I remember slightly the TV show of the movie. The papers are from a Scrapagogo kit, love that I open a kit with the right colours and its all there for you.
Janet was showing us how to Iris fold a photo and another lightbulb moment I could use the photo because Tossa de Mar was the location for the 1951 film Pandora and the Flying Dutchman starring Ava Gardner and James Mason. The papers are K&Co and the netting is from a pack of Onions, which was laying around waiting to go out to the bin (which is outside and it was raining) its held down with brads.
Do pop over to the challenge blog the DT had much better ideas than mine.

34 comments:

Britt-Inger said...

Hi Debby.
I admire all your wook. It´s really stunnig!
Kind regards, Britt-Inger.

tracy said...

Absolutely stunning card Debby your nephew will love this love the scrapbooking pages to the fishing net is a fab idea.
tracy x

Dragonlady said...

Hi Debby,

What a fantastic card, I love your images and such a great effect.

Hugs Ali x

Andrea, said...

Wow your card is fab Debby, I love all those images you have used and as always they are coloured perfectly

Sue said...

Oh Debby what a fabulous work of art that little jungle scene is, it looks just amazing,it needs to be framed!!! I did frame the one you sent me, I must will definately post it soon, love your layouts too. What a great idea for your onion bag, your creativity is amazing, Happy Crafting to you Sue xx

Lil Daffodil said...

Hi Debby,
These are great. My favourite is the first one with those cuddly animals. The border of the frame is gorgeous and the colours are fab. Those animals are brilliant.
Hugs,
Fiona x

Joey said...

Hiya Debby

Fantastic pages! Your card is stunnnnnnning your nephew will adore it!

Joey.x

Chrissie said...

These are fabulous Debby, must get my 'thinking' hat on for this challenge (must also try to enter before the 29th of the month too, unlike this month! lol!)

Ali Watson said...

Brilliant card and layouts Debby, a fabulous theme for the challenge. Have a super day, stay warm :D

nasuha ahmad helmi said...

wow. that jungle book card look soooooo amazing! really amazing. i think any kids would love to have that kind of card. everything look so cute and alive! amazing!

Anonymous said...

fab projects xx jo xx

Anonymous said...

Debby your jungle book card is amazing! I love the image and gorgeous coloring! Your nephew is a lucky boy (but I hope his mom frames this)!
Hugs,
April

Trudy said...

Ohhh Debby, what a sweet and wonderful!!!
Beautiful colours and cute image.
Hugs Trudy

shaz earl said...

Fabulous card & LO Debby xx

jem (jane elizabeth middleton) said...

Debby your creations are just fantastic and so inspired. The scrapbook pages are such great treasures for memories, you card is wonderful so full of detail. Thankyou for all your excellent work and the constant inspiration you give me. janex

Mrs Bs Blog said...

I love the card, it`s a lovely keepsake for mum to cherish and keep hold of for years to come. loving the pages too. xxx

Desire Fourie said...

Oh Debby these creations are just stunning from your beautiful Jungle book card to the two layouts. Love the idea of the fishnet you created from the onion bag and of course that iris folding with the photo is out of this world. Would love to learn how to iris fold a photo as I just love the technique ... perhaps you can share the tutorial of iris folding a photo.
Hugs
Desire

Juls said...

I think your makes are just gorgeous!!! Love your jungle book card..I may have to check out that tutorial!!

Love your scrabooking pages! great to hear your inspiration behind your projects!! Hugs Juls!!

Nannieflash said...

Fabulous creations Debbie, I love them all the card is stunning and the scrapbook pages are gorgeous. With love and hugs Shirleyxxxxxx

brenda said...

Hi Debby

I just adore your jungle card, just stunning.

B x

Anneke said...

Oh Debby, What a gorgeous junglecard.Fab idea!!

Hugs, Anneke

Unknown said...

What a stunning Jungle card! Love it, love it, love it!

Julie said...

super, cute card Debby

Suzie Q said...

Hi Debby,
What a fabulous card it would look great in a frame!
your scrap pages are equally as cool as your cards is there no end to your talents mrs!
hugs
Suzie qx

Riet said...

Ohh wowww Debby,what beautiful.

Hugs Riet.x

* √úla * said...

Amazing creations agin Debbie!!!
Beautiful colours and cute images.
hugs Ula X

Beryl said...

Debbie - all your piece for this latest challenge are fantastic. I tyhink for the quirkyness I like The Odd Couple best.
Beryl xx

gina g said...

Hi Debby Gorgeous works of art. luv gina xx

Tasha said...

Debby your jungle book card is fabulous i love the dimension and the cute characters are great
love tasha xx

Nicola said...

Fabulous creations Debby. Your Jungle Book card is stunning.
Hugs,
Nicola -x-

having a {me} day said...

Oh my word!! Your jungle card is fantastic!! A real work of art! Love everything about it. fab scrapbook pages, I especially love the iris folded photo ... awesome!! keeleyxx

Carole said...

oh wow...what a simply fabulous jungle card...incredible!
Carole x

Wendy K. said...

Oh, what cute animals!

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