I know-I know! A pretty wild card for me right? Although most of my cards are usually on the clean and simple side, I have had this card stuck in my head for months! I have been sitting on this Art Impressions Girlfriends At The Movies stamp so I could make this special card for my longest time stamping and childhood friend Charla. I have to tell you she was the luckiest Gwamma of all on her birthday-she was given the gift of a new grandson! Oh such a special day it was!
Charla and I and several other movie buff friends meet once or twice a month to see a good chick flick-so this image really reminds me of her-of course she is the ring leader!
I had a heck of a time getting a pic of this card with everything all in focus because of the dimension...Thanks to my son for his help!
I colored this super image from the stamp set At the Movies. It took me a while to find the exact cut files I wanted to use to embellish this card. I finally found the perfect set at Miss Kate's Cuttables-Movie Night. I set it all up on charcoal grey cardstock and a stair step card file from the Silhouette Store. I parted with some of my new festive Simple Stories "Say Cheese" paper too(I bought it at my LSS Urban Paper). YIKES I love that paper and that store!
On the back I stamped another sentiment that came with the set-
You're still the life of the party...even when we stay out past 8!
You can use any card you want that you can SHOW IT WITH WORDS-- Inspiration Emporium February Challenge. You still have a week to join!
I am sharing with the following challenges:
Allsorts Challenge-Ladies Day!-Feb 27
Color Me Creative ScrapRoom-Anything Goes-Feb 27
Bloggers Challenge-Fancy Folds Feb 28
Die Cut Diva's-Girls Night Out-Feb 28
One Crazy Stamper-Anything Goes Feb 27
Sweet Stamps Blog-Fun Folds-March 15
Art Impressions At The Movies Set from Inspiration Emporium
(you get a 10% discount if you use the code suestamps13)
Simple Stories Say Cheese 6x6 paper pad
Hair-W2,4,5 YR21 E31,33,25
A2 birthday stair step card by Lori Whitlock
Movie Night-Miss Kate's Cuttlables