Thursday, 26 July 2018

Hollywood Wives

I've used Debbi Moore cdrom Diamonds & Lace to create this card. You can't really see it on the photo but I used an aperture card and put acetate behind it to create a "film strip" with the hand draw edges. It's also a large card at 10 x 9 inches.

Behind the acetate I put various elements with a clear sparkle pen over the parts that sparkle. On the front of the card I added the sentiments and the lady with the car. I added a coloured film strip and some embellishments. Finally I added for extra bling some CE Hexagons and diamond dust on the edges of the drawn film strip.

I'm entering this card into The Library Challenge - inspired by the title of the book Hollywood Wives. I'm also entering into the current CD Sunday challenge for Anything goes.

An update on my Windows 10 fiasco - I got it all back! I found that the pc had helpfully created a new profile for me and my stuff was all under the old one. So together with my external hardrive all is back to how I had it before - phew!


Jane Willis said...

Great way to give the film strip effect and a really stunning card. Thank you for sharing at CD Sundays.

meg said...

beautiful glamorous, elegant are a few words to describe your card, fantastic make, thank you for joining in at CD Sunday

Margarets designer cards said...

Beautiful glamorous and stunning card, love your design
Thank you for joining us
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brenda said...

What a really pretty and glamorous card Lynn.

B x

Pamela said...

Stunning card Linby - Hollywood Wives indeed! Thanks for your continues support.
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Mac Mable said...

Such a stylish and classy card...great images too x

Daffodil Cards said...

VERY Stylish and elegant, love it.
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Marina said...

Wonderfully glamorous card and what a clever way to make the filmstrip. Thanks for joining The Library.

Lisa Bird said...

This is a stunning card Linby, I love all the elements that you have put into your design.
Best Wishes
Lisa xx

Carol said...

Wow! a 10 x 9 card. I have only just got around to doing the odd 8 x 8. It is a super card. So dramatic. Thank you for joining in with us.
Carol xx
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Jocelyn said...

What a wonderfully big card with so much going on. I like the film strip and art deco is one of my favourite styles.
Jocelyn x
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