Friday, April 16, 2010

Raise the Bar - Movie Mania

Today's challenge at Raise The Bar is:

I have always loved the "OLD" movies with strong leading ladies like Audry Hepburn, Joan Crawford, Lauren Bacall, Ingrid Bergmann, and of course BETTY DAVIS!  In fact I bought this Hero Arts stamp because it reminded me of Betty Davis ... don't you think so too??
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The only thing missing from the image is a "cigarette" ... yes, I know, I know ... YUCK!  But in those days, all the leading ladies & gentlemen had a cigarette  in one hand and usually a glass of burbon or something in the other.  WOW, how times have changed!!  

Here is the recipe for this card:
Stamps:  Hero Arts
Papers:  Basic Black, Whisper White, Pixie Press dp
Inks:  Versafine black, Pink Pirouette
Accessories:  Detail Clear EP, Nestabilities Labels 10, McGill ribbon punch, Darice satin ribbon, Kaiser pink half pearls, White Liquid Pearls, White Gelly Roll Pen, Sponge dauber
Technique:  Faux Stitching

Please be sure to pop over to my Co-Bar Tenders blogs and see their Movie Inspirations.  You can find links to their blogs on my sidebar.  Hope you come play along ... can't wait to see what your movie preference is!!  

See you at the movies!!!


  1. This is gorgeous hun - love the pink and black combo.
    Hope you are having a great day.
    Teri x

  2. Such a beautiful card, Darlene--love that stamp! So glamorous!

    LOVE your new blog background, my friend--fabulous new look!

    Hope you're having a wonderful day!

  3. AweSome WORK!!! I am digging all of your vintage stuff!!

  4. WOW Fabulous Darlene, I LOVE pink and black!

  5. Definitely reminds me of Bette Davis!! Love this look. Have a great weekend! Dru

  6. Beautiful Darlene!! Pink and black is one my favorite color combos! Love It :-)


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