Thursday, 29 April 2010

Crafts 4 Eternity - Easy Rider .....

This card is for Crafts 4 Eternity.  For Recipe 30 there is a sketch to follow, the content should depict a film, and there should be some corrugated card on it.



If this card is not 'legal' then please ignore it!  There is no stamping on it.  I have made a montage of photos as the background, and then one as the central image which I feel really depicts that film.  There are couple of bellies from the lovely Tim Holtz, and some appropriate brads.  I have used some blingy cardstock, as bling often features in some way in this business.



I spent hours debating what to do.   I then decided that as I had masses of photos of the custom motorbikes that my very talented son, Richard, builds - he runs his own business building custom bikes of the very expensive variety. He also restores classic motorbikes.  They are a perfection in engineering and absolutely beautiful, but riding a chopper is somewhat hairy, although some others are much easier.

So I chose the cult film, Easy Rider from 1969.    Some of you may remember it!!

Thanks for stopping by. I really appreciate your comments.

 

9 comments:

  1. Well what a perfect card for Richard and don't those Tim Holtz embellies look good on it, love it!

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  2. Val this is such an excellent take on our sketch and recipe! Wow you have a talented son, those bikes are so cool! Thanks for sharing your fab work with us this week at C4E, come back any time.
    Pinky

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  3. I hope the card is 'legal' Val as I think your take on it is brilliant. Unfortunately, yes, I do remember the film, Lol!

    Hugs
    Lesley Xx

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  4. great card Val!Love your interpretation of the challenge! Stamped images are not a required element to our challenge and we love to see something different!! Thanks for joining us at c4e this week hugs xx

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  5. Wow, that is just amazing. I love it. Thanks for playing at C4E. x

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  6. It's grreat. A brilliant idea for a card and a real 'blokes' card.
    Beryl xx

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  7. I love it Val! I know a few blokes who would too. Great film choice!

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  8. Thank you so much for visiting my blog Val, I've had a few day's off so am catching up now and having a peep at what everyone else is up to! I am loving the idea of the Bikes, I married biker boy, and we have a shed and garage full to bursting!!!!! Keep thinking all those very small nuts and boltz are so Tim Holtz hehe..... Love Elizabeth xxx

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  9. Oh this is amazing Val!
    How clever is your son!
    hugs
    kim x

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Thank you soooo much for all the wonderful comments you leave on my Blog. I appreciate each and every one....and for you taking the time to do so....I will try to get over to your Blog too.
Love and big hugs
Val xx

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