Hello. Hope you're having a great Wednesday. Today's card is for the Cinema Saturday Challenge. The Movie this week is A Knight's Tale. I didn't see the movie, but now that I have researched it and watched the video highlights, I have to rent it.
I used forest green (no pun intended) for the base card. The gold glittered mat piece is from the Anna Griffin Christmas Stack. I used the stamp of the castle from Beeswax Rubber Stamps. Because a lot of the movie took place in castles. And the stamp of the beautiful horse is by Serendipity Stamps, because horses played such an important part in this tale. The sentiment stamp is by Tim Holtz. The border punch is by EK Sucess and the small rhinestone stars are from my stash.
I have to admit, I had some trouble putting this card together for this challenge. I loved the music from this movie and almost went in a completely different direction.
Hope your day is wonderful. Until later................
This is fabulous Sue, love the images you have used, take careX:)
This is a fabulous card - and you really MUST see this movie - it's terrific and fun and unusual!
Ohhhhh Sue,what a beautiful card,i love your image and papers.
fabulous dear Sue!
Oh this is wonderful Sue, the horse image is stunning
Wouahh Sue!It's fantastic.What a gorgeous card!
Great card Sue.. So glad you played along again this week.. I love the images you use on the card... Great color scheme.. Very Classy...
This is such a beautiful card. I love the images and the color! Fantastic!!
Sue, I think you are a natural at this Cinema challenge!
Beautiful images Sue, and I love the border punch. Good job
Sue this is simply fantastic! I LOVE that green and the horse and castle images are amazing!!! I ADORE the sentiment that you created!!! So fabulous!!! Thanks so much for playing along with us over at Cinema Saturday!!! We absolutely LOVE your creations!!!'
Amazing design Sue! Eye candy at it's best! :)
I think you put all the different elements together nicely, I love your card
What a gorgeous card and such beautiful images.
Love the way you've put it all together.
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