Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Bombshell Hump Day Hop

Welcome to the Bombshell Hump Day Hop! As promised, myself and the other Bombshell Design Team Members are bringing you a fabulous hop each and every Wednesday! View rockin' projects at each stop along the way and leave comments to win a fab prize.

Here's how it works:
Start at any of the Bombshell Design Team Member Blogs and take a peek at their Hump Day project. Leave them a comment and tell them what you think about it! Then follow the links to the other DT member blogs and leave them comments. The more comments you make, the more entries you will have to win a great prize from Bombshell Stamps at the end of the month!

This week all of our projects are based on Ms. September's Challenge. Ms September is Sarah K, and she challenged us to make a project inspired by a movie.
Here's my project:


My card is based on the movie Rock 'N Rolla, a film by Guy Ritchie. It truly is a great movie and I love everything about it! I could watch it over and over (and I do!)



Part of the main storyline in the film has to do with a painting that we, as an audience, never get to see. I decided to make my own version of the unseen painting using stamps from the Bombshell "Striped By Me" set. My painting is flanked by two accordion folded curtains.

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One of my favorite scenes in the movie takes place in a pub and involves a piano, so I drew out my own piano keys and added them to the card along with a quote from that scene. I decided to make my card monochramatic, which is similar to the movie poster, trailer, and opening credits.




Now that you've seen my take on the challenge, add your comment and then hop on over to the other Bombshell DT Member blogs, and don't forget to join us again next week!

Kathi

Kas

Angela

Miss Magoo

Stephanie

Sarah K

Mary G

Nicole

42 comments:

  1. Wow! Love your take on the challenge. The piano keys are most excellent! I'm totally diggin' on the painting. You go girl!

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  2. Great job, Terra!! Love all the extra details you've added!!!

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  3. Cool take...but knew you would have something different and unique! Just love it.

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  4. Awesome! Great detail! Blessings to you!

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  5. Wow.. Just wow! So brave to do something in that color scheme! I love it!

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  6. Holy cow. You totally rocked my socks off.

    Love the monochromatic scheme. Kicks butt.

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  7. AWESOME! Love it. So very clever and creative!!

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  8. Wow this is one awesome and inspiring card.

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  9. All you can say is WOW!!!!!!
    the detail is amazing and the coloring is perfect.

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  10. Every other Bombshell but me! I can't believe I missed this! :( Oh well...awesome job!

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  11. Wow - what a lot of work you did on this one. Very good.
    DianeL
    loyaz1@wbhsi.net

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  12. Wow! I think this is my favorite card I've seen so far today. Love the colors your chosen to use and your attention to detail and ideas are fantastic.

    Super job.

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  13. This freakin' rocks. I totally love how you used the Striped by Me set. Actually, I love everything about this card. Yeah.

    I also now need to find that movie. I love Guy Ritchie movies.

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  14. Wow, what an interesting take on the movie and a wonderful job of translating it to paper.

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  15. I LOVE this movie! awesome card.

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  16. WOW! You weren't messin' around were you? Outstanding job! This card has so much depth and meaning and thought behind it. Very nice.

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  17. wow - what a funky card - I've never watched this movie but will have to pull it up ONDEMAND next time I have a chance. LOL

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  18. Wow! I love it! You did a really incredible job!

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  19. Love the background music-ha! I am not familiar with this movie, but you have done so much with this that you have made me want to see it! Good job!

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  20. Oh wow this is fantastic every time i pop on another bombshells blog i am wowow full of inspiration,will never sleep tonight with all the ideas rattling around in my head,lol.
    hugs
    Tracy
    xxx

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  21. Oh that is cool! Love how you made it resemble the movie!

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  22. Got to add another WOW to your collection. Love what you did, I haven't seen the film but all the extra details you have put in are amazing.

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  23. He's got a great six-pack!

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  24. OMG that is the most wicked kewl piece I have ever seen!!! I will subscribe to your feed...what I see here really inspires me!!! I have no BS stamps, so am hoping to win the blog candy to get me started. Can't wait to "walk" through your blog (gotta make dinner 1st though...later tonight I will check it out). Wish me luck!! Hisses, Rockin Robin Caldwell

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  25. i think that this is awesome...love the composition


    g

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  26. You put a lot of work into this. Very creative.

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  27. Slick looking Cards!

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  28. WOW! your work is lovely! and the music! I cant leave lol...luv this place...very nice blog my dear...such talent! I need these stamps in my collection baaaaaaad...u all do such awesome work..ty ty ty for sharing...and a chance to win...cher
    hilly77@comcast.net

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  29. Love the use of the pin stripes!

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  30. this card is fantastic love that you used the craft cardstock and the layer are fabulous!!!
    Angela

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  31. Great use of geometrics. I'm not familiar with the movie, but it looks deliciously dark!

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  32. OMG your crazy girl! Amazing job using the pinstriping stamp! Totally tripped me out!!! Wow, you rock!

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  33. Really fab card! Love the monochrome and the piano keys ROCK!

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  34. so cool....i love the grundgy aspect of it

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