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vendredi 11 février 2011

INVENTORY CHALLENGE No. 18 - LAYER -IT ON, Romeo and Juliette reinvented.








Good Friday to all of you.                           (veuillez dérouler l'écran pour le texte français)
OH! Romance is in the air this morning. I have recreated the classic Romeo and Juliette balcony scene, to suit the newborn love story between Tilda and Edwin, that takes place under a window, that Tilda cannot open. She is awaiting her Prince Charming, locked in her room by her mean step-moter. She is longing for her sweet Edwin to find a way to rescue her and take her away. Here comes Edwin, but instead of a ladder he carries a rose. What is the plan the young man has in mind to rescue his sweetheart... Valentine's day is coming, and we can all imagine a happy ending for this story!
It's not only Romance that is in the air, Christina and  I are featuring our 18th Inventory Challenge, quite a simple one today: layers. No prrrroblem for me anyway, I love layers. And my card has quite a few! I hope you will be inspired to put romance in your weekend!
My adventure with this card, started a fews weeks ago, when rummaging through my ribbons. I had my hands on this wondeful vine, a gift from dear Christina at Chrismas, I still had not used it. So, I left out, on my desk, sitting there and waiting for the inspiration. I just knew what I wanted to do with it, when  I stamped the very romantic window of the new You are so special collection... I have to admit it took me all week to put the pieces together and find a way to make the 3-D look properly. I used foam sheets under my image instead of 3-d dots, in order to get the proper height! I had fun and hope you will like.
We have the pleasure of welcoming a new participant in our challenge this week, Jean. So, grab yourself a gooooood coffee or a nice tea, and hop to my dear friend and team-mate Christina, and follow your way to the other members of our team.

Bon matin à vous toutes,
Il y a de la romance dans l'air ce matin... vous vous préparez sans doute à souligner la St-Valentin, chocolat, surprise, un peu de piquant dans le quotidien quoi. Je me suis dit que Tilda ne pouvait passer cette fêtes des amoureux sous silence, j'ai donc revisité la scène classique du balcon dans Roméo et Juliette, style Magnolia! Tout a commencé avec un remue-ménage dans mes rubans. J'ai mis la main sur cette magnifique vigne en soie, cadeau de Noël de ma chère amie Christina, avec laquelle je n'avais pas encore jouée. Je l'ai donc sortie du tiroir, et installée sur ma table... elle y était depuis 2 semaines, lorsque dimanche dernier, j'encrais mes nouvelles étampes, et j'ai vu la scène. Restait à monter le tout. Je ne vous cache pas que j'y ai travaillé toute la semaine! Afin de monterles pièces en 3-D,d'une manière appropriée, j'ai utilisé de la créa-mousse.  J'espère que vous cette scène vous invitera au romantisme.
C'est aussi vendredi, jour de notre 18e Inventory Challenge, ayant pour thème, "layer-it-on", des étages!!!! en mauvais français. Il me ferait plaisir que vous alliez faire une visite à toutes mes compagnes, j'ai lié leur noms ci-haut, à leur adresse de blogs. je suis certaine que vous découvrirez des super créations, et des idées originales pour almenter votre inspiration. Bonne visite.













Recipe:
Tilda, and Edwin were colored wih copics. Part of the wall also with copic.
The shutters were painted with acrylic metallic paint, mixed with ink.
My flowers were sprayed with "home-made glimmer mist", I used a part of water, a part of alcool, and added drops of SU Pink Pirouette, Bravo Burgendy and a small amount of Perfect pearl.
I used my favourite SU shade: Cherry Cubbler to stamp "je t'aime" and embossed it with clear powder.




Material used/matériel utilisé:
Stamps/ Etampes: Longing Tilda from Fairy Tale collection
                            Edwin with rose
                            Romantic window from You are so special collection
                            Sentiment & inside corner: from hero harts CL 321
Paper/ Papier: from my stash, unknown collection
Cardstock/carton: Bazzil, Creative memories and Stampin Up
Flowers & pearls : From my stash
Decorative vine: A gift from a dear friend
Creative Memory Heart punch,

46 commentaires:

Louise a dit…

Fantastic card!! So many details and done so well. The effect you created on the shutters is amazing.
Great choice of DP.
Louise

Genevieve a dit…

Oh Danielle, tout à fait superbe!
L'idée de la vigne avec les petites roses...vraiment remarquable.
Les couleurs de Tilda et Edwin sont des plus réussies.
J'aime beaucoup ton poinçon "Coeur", il est très original.
Encore une fois BRAVO!!

Christina C. a dit…

Absolutely MAGNIFIQUE!!!!!!!!
I am loving this wonderful scene you created...it is a true work of art, my friend!!! You are so creative and your coloring of Tilda and Edwin is phenomenal. B-E-A-U-T-I-F-U-L!

charlene a dit…

OMG what a precious little card and you have done it so well! What a great idea for that little Edwin I will have to put this in the book of must do's ....Just amazing the creative mind you have.
Hugs

RenateKreativ a dit…

a fantastic card, thats great.
Hugs Renate

Karen's Fun Blog a dit…

Absolutely gorgeous!! Love all the detail! : )

Peggie a dit…

Absolutely adorable. Just love it.

Beth a dit…

Wow, what a wonderfully creative card! Love everything about it....great job!

Janiel/ janny a dit…

Danielle, this is BEAUTIFUL!!!! I have this window and I have started to color it and wanted to cut out the windows.. Now that I have seen that you have done it I feel that it is possible. LOL...
hugs, Janiel

Jennifer a dit…

A true work of art Danielle....fabulous creation.
hugs

Shelly a dit…

Such a gorgeous scene you created Danielle! Great idea to cut out the windows!
hugs,
Shell

Mascha van Dijk Zimmerman a dit…

What a great and fun idea, very nice. Bye Mascha

Myrna a dit…

LOVE IT Danielle! Awesome idea!

Rene a dit…

Gorgeous! What a beautiful little scene! I hope these two live happily ever after! ;D
Rene :D

Céline a dit…

oh la la Danielle, quel travail, c'est impressionnant et magnifique!
bravo
bises
céline

Barb Hardeman a dit…

OMG, Dani! This turned out so gorgeous! What a super cute idea to have Tilda behind the window and Edwin on his way to rescue her. You even added the vine for him to climb. BEAUTIFUL work!!!!!
Hugs,
Barb

Lisette Morris a dit…

What a gorgeous scene! Beautiful Danielle! Love it!

Chrissy a dit…

STUNNINGLY GORGEOUS
Luv CHRISSYxx

Regina a dit…

OMG!!!Dan!!! This card is absolutely adorable! You are so talented! I just love stopping by your blog. Thanks a lot for the inspiration and also for sharing your creations with all of us! Have a marvellous weekend :)
Love and hugs
Regina

Pen to Paper a dit…

Wow Danielle, gorgeous!!!

Hugs,

Jackie

Sharron aka Sharrahug a dit…

Wow Danielle! What a gorgeous card! I love it! And love your cute little romantic story. Cute, cute, cute!

I have that vine too & now you've inspired me to get it out & use it somehow on a card. Thanks for the inspiration.

Huggies ~ Sharron♥

Claudia Rosa ~ Pretty Pressings a dit…

This is just soooo sweet! I love the Tilda behind the window and how Edwin brings her a rose. Wonder if she will hear him out :-) your choice of papers and your lovely coloring is just always amazing...
Thanks for the inspiration as always...
Have a lovely weekend!
Hugs Claudia x

Pat a dit…

Oh Danielle, dear...what a sweet, sweet card!! I love the scene you've created!! And Tilda behind the closed window is just so clever!! You are one crazy talented little crafter. darlin'!! Have a great weekend, lov...Pat Frank

Jean a dit…

Danielle, this is such a gorgeous scene, one just out of a fairy tale book.. you did so well with your window, never know it was hand drawn.. great job.. and love Edwin below waiting with his rose.. beautiful job.. gorgeous colors and coloring.. love the inside just as much..
Hugs, Jean

Card Crazy a dit…

Danielle, you have the most beautiful style. This card is so sweet and elegant. Perfect use for Edwin and Tilda and loving the tiny pink roses.
Sue S.

Diana Crick a dit…

Oh my gosh Danielle this is beyond words but I will try...absolutely amazing, stunning, beyond gorgeous. You have achieved the perfect balance between the two figures. I love the cut out window, perfect. I can see how the vine was the inspiration piece. CardART my dear!!

hugs, Diana

scrappinpeg a dit…

Absolutely beautiful Danielle. I have these stamps and had to fly to Hawaii to help my DIL that broker her ankle. So have not gotten to INK them up. I love them used together. Love your paper choices too
Good luck on your challenge~
hugs
Peggy

Julie a dit…

This is gorgeous Danielle! I love the scene you created.

Hugz,
Julie

Summite a dit…

La ma chère Danielle je bave, je me suis retrouvé assise par terre. Ta carte est renversante, On entends presque Roméo raconter à Juliette comment il l'aime. Et vice versa. Bravo Bravo....

nath81 a dit…

j'en tombe sous le charme , tellement elle est trop belle ta carte , une magnifique mise en scene avec nos amis tilda et edwin
bisous nath

Only By His Grace a dit…

Hi Danielle!
what can I say that hasn't already been said.
Brilliant art work. Awesome.
Hugs Maz

cathylynn a dit…

Hi Danielle, Every week you produce outstanding results for the Challenge!! This week is no exception. WOW!! This card is phenomenal!!! EVERYTHING about it is OUTSTANDING!!! I Love it!!
Hugs, Cathy-Lynn

Jane H a dit…

Wow just beautiful! Stunning.

Sandy a dit…

I Love You Too!!!!! I think you know I love scene cards best of all - your mind just has to create a story to go with the scene - now I wonder who is courting who - Seems like Tilda is watching Edwin wishfully and Edwin doesn't seem to notice. I love this card -- the coloring is fantastic the papers divine! Such a sweet scene and beautiful card!
Hugs,
Sandy

LINDA W. a dit…

OMGoodness what a great card I love
it....great scene and coloring
love your story for your beautiful
card.
HUGS Linda

Cami a dit…

OMG Danielle, this is beautiful! Love the scene you created and love Tilda behind the window!
Hugs, Cami

Catherine Atkinson a dit…

Great card! It's just fantastic! So many lovely little details.

Nady a dit…

OMG c'est Magnifique!!!
bravo!!!! j'adore ta carte et la scène est splendide wow!!! on dirait même qu'on entends la sérénade!!! bravo ma belle!
Nadyne xx

Elise a dit…

DANIELLE!!!! OMG! This is INCREDIBLE! Wow! I am blown away by this scene you've created (not to mention your wonderful love story! hehehehe!) Oh my .. this is just .. jaw droppingly GORGEOUS! Whewwwweee!

Love,
Elise

Sharon Caudle a dit…

Oh my gosh!!!! Danielle!!! I LOVE this card!!! You are sooo creative and talented! I love the scene you have created and your coloring is so beautiful! Fabulous, fabulous, fabulous!!!!!!
hugs, Sharon

PauleetChinelle a dit…

J'aime vraiment l'idée du balcon de Roméo et Juliette.

J'espère que l'histoire de ta carte finira mieux que la vrai.

Paule

Iulia a dit…

OMG Daniele, this is fantastic! Your card is breathtakingly beautiful! Every time I visit your blog you come up with something which blows me away! Great coloring and masking job! Gosh, I should sit down and try something as elaborate as this! Great work!
Hugs, Iulia

Iulia a dit…

Upon a closer look I saw the cutting work with the window bars.So you haven't mask it as I thought first. It's even more complicated with cutting and all. You really have a lot of patience to work on such tiny details. The result is great!
Hugs, Iulia

Anonyme a dit…

Ta carte est vraiment magnifique. Quel travail mais surtout quel patience que tu as. Cette carte doit avoir demandé beaucoup de temps

Marie-Eve

cabio's craft corner a dit…

Oh my goodness Danielle, I totally heart this card. It's like a fairy tale with a "happily ever after" ending :o)
Hugs,
Cabio

Pam S. a dit…

over the top creative Danielle! I LOVE it! Thanks for the close up of Tilda behind the window... just sweet as can be!
Pam Going Postal