Good Morning Everyone! Every Saturday over at Cinema Saturday Creative Challeng, we pick a movie which is our inspiration to create a card, LO, etc. And this week for our 64th Cinema challenge we are featuring the Oscar winning movie (actually 11 Oscars!!!) - the epic movie: Titanic - which among many awards - also won Best Picture! This movie is simply amazing - the music, the costumes, the visual effects, the story, etc. Its actually hard to watch it again without crying (okay - sobbing! :) The challenge requirement this week is to use a little bit (or a lot) of blue and silver in your creation - Please stop by the Cinema Saturday Blog for more details, to check out our inspiration corner and to see all of the sample creations for this week's movie!
Everytime I think of this movie, I always hear music - actually - just one song..."The Heart Does Go on" by Celine Dion.... sigh - and it always makes me think of Jack and Rose "flying on the bow of the boat... don't you just hear the song in your head right now! So I created a little card of the bow of the boat with the sentiment from the song from the verse - and I cannot listen to it without crying... every single time.... even watching the video is so hard - I am also sobbing by the end... (here is the video from YouTube - you can watch it here - sorry that this video is rather poor quality... but between my sobs - I don't even mind the quality.... )
This sentiment from this song has always touched me - how love can just touch us one time - but that one time can be for a lifetime - so I created my card based on this part of the song and
used the sketch that I created for the Saturday Sketch Challenge over at Paper Craft Planet (if you are playing - please upload with the tag: SK013010). You can join our sketch group here, become a Cinema Saturday fan on the group on PaperCraftPlanet and check out this week's sketch album here. I had fun creating this sketch - but then there was the problem of making a card with it - lol! I used the circle element as a porthole and then created the boat by folding a sheet of blue cardstock and taping down a deck and then cutting out some smokestacks. I added a little bling around the porthole, did a little embossing, some silver ink distressing and finished it with a silver bow. I printed the sentiment from the song - I simply cannot tell you how deeply these lyrics go into my heart... it always moves to hear this song - simply beautiful lyrics and melody and the feeling behind it - is just inspiring....
"Love can touch us one time, and last for a lifetime, And never go till we're one..
Love was when I loved you, One true time I hold to, In my life we'll always go on..
Near, far, where ever you are, I believe that the heart does go on,
Once more, you open the door, And you're here in my heart - And my heart will go on...."
Sigh.. what a movie - I couldn't even watch parts of it last night as I made this card - because it just made my heart ache... actually sniffling right now just thinking about it... I loved making this card - here is a shot from "under" the card:
Paper: Blue cardstock from stash and some Kaiser Off shore paper
InK: silver brilliance ink
Accessories: Martha punches, spellbinders, Kaiser bling, white gel pen, satin silver ribbon and dimensionals
Can't wait to see all of your Titanic creations this week!!! Please head on over to the
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