Saturday, March 30, 2013

Drunken Stampers #121: Mr. & Mrs. Smith

Good Morning and Happy Saturday! It's time for the next challenge at Drunken Stampers #121: Mr. & Mrs. Smith!


As you may know, this term is all about the Movies! You can create a project based on the movie title, or use the sub-title (in this case, Spy Theme), or go crazy and use BOTH! It's Team Midnight Margaritas turn to dazzle you this week, so here's what I came up with:


And the inside of my card:


Ok. I'll admit it. I was COMPLETELY stumped on this challenge. I could not figure out WHAT to make with it. I was starting to sweat bullets (no pun intended!) when I received some happy mail on Tuesday. I had ordered the Studio Calico Deal of the Day from My Craft Channel, which included these chipboard speech bubble stickers. I kept looking at them. Putting them down. Looking at all my other stash. Looking back at the speech bubbles. Then finally I thought of using lines from the movie on them. So I Googled movie quotes and wa-lah! My card was created. I finished the inside with a sarcastic remark using alpha stamps. (Me? Sarcastic? But that NEVER happens!) LOL!

That's all I have for now. I hope you get a chance to play along with this week's challenge at Drunken Stampers! Don't forget to stop by the other members of Team Midnight Margaritas to see what goodies they came up with! Have a fantastic day and Happy Easter!

Chris

Supplies:
Card stock: Bazzill (aqua); Recollections (white)
DP: Echo Park - This & That
Stamps: Studio G - alphas
Ink: Memento - Rich Cocoa
Adhesive: SA by 3L - EZ Runner
Accessories: Studio Calico speech bubble stickers; Doodlebug twine; Marvy Uchida marker; EK Success - Fleur De Lis punch; rhinestones from my stash


3 comments:

  1. Awesome possum!!! I love the bubbles...this is one of my all time favourite movies it has sooooo many great lines & really how can you go wrong with Brangelina???

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  2. great inspiration for this challenge! i love the sentiments and the inside is hilarious :)

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  3. haha, the inside MAKES this card. Rob & I have moments like that all the time where we could say that :D

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