Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Twilight Tuesday Inspiration Challenge #43 A love Song


Hey All I am back! I know you all are missing me...can you believe it has almost been a whole week since I blogged last?? Wow, I am sorry!

Its Twilight Tuesday!!!! YAY!!! Arent you excited?? I AM!!

So this week is a doosie as I like to call it! Beth has made us all put on our thinking caps this week!!! I will let her tell you about it!
"TTIC43 ~ A Love Song for Edward and Bella

I love music! I relate just about everything I hear in songs to something. I just breathe it in – I FEEL it!
So my challenge is going to draw on that.

I challenge you to think about the Saga as a whole, and then to decide in retrospect, what Edward and Bella’s song should be.

It can be a song about a particular part of their relationship, or their journey as a whole. Be prepared to explain!! This IS a variation of a prior challenge, so I ask that you try and go in a different direction if you participated previously! This will take some thought before project ideas even come into play – I better go start studying my iPod now…

Challenge Portion: Choose a song. Explain why it should be theirs. Share lyrics that are particularly poignant, if you can. Create a project scrapbook layout around this song.
Comment Portion: Do you have a theme song? One that seems to have been written *just* for you? Do tell! You can go as fun or profound as you are comfortable with – it is all good!"
I had a pretty tough time narrowing down my selections...there are SO many songs out there about love and that fit for Bella and Edward... I almost went the classical route, listen to some 80's power ballads, 90's angsty...I have a few on my music player right here on my blog. I finally settled on a newer song by the now broken up Danity Kane...Stay with me. If you stay here long enough you will hear the next song that was a close second. Stay by Shakespear's Sister.
SO since beautiful Beth made us do a scrapbook page...um thanks dear! ;) I did an 8x8 layout. I dont have a printer that works so I made due with stamps, paper and some fun embellies!
My base is scarlett jewel cardstock from papertrey Ink. I layered all sorts of awesome basicGrey dp and colored my Untamed Gorjuss Girl with markers and pencils. If you look real close you can see the shimmerz blingz i added to her dress, boots and flower in her hair. The word "stay" is chipboard letters i painted over with Tim Holtz Distress crackle paint in scattered straw. I added a bit of ink after they crackled and added a button so you knew it was an A! The button was in a pack of buttons for Twilight from Walmart! yay!
My layout is based loosely on the TTSC#9 for this week!
My best friend in the whole wide word gave me some great advice and I love her for it!
Stamps Used: "Untamed" Gorjuss Girl, Just my type Alpha, sentiment-Unity Stamp Company
Paper Used: Scralett Jewel-PTI, Recess, lemonade-BasicGrey
Ink Used: more mustard, river rock, whisper white SU, scarlett jewel-PTI, versafine onyx black
Accessories Used: Distress Crackle paint scattered straw-Ranger, chipboard letters K&company, whisper white satin ribbon-SU, prima flower, button-Foof-a-la, shimmerz Blingz Pink Poinsettia, button Walmart
Please join in and play along with us! If you do, here are a few guidelines to follow:
For posting to a blog: Please indicate that you are playing along with the Twilight Tuesday Inspiration Challenge on Twilighttuesday.com and please provide a link back to our site.
For posting on another gallery, such as Splitcoast Stampers or Flickr: Please indicate that you are playing along with the Twilight Tuesday Inspiration Challenge on Twilighttuesday.com and please provide a link back to our site.
Please use the appropriate keywords for our challenges; an example is TTIC43 for challenge 43. No number signs (#) or spaces are needed in the keyword. You can also add in more general keywords for Splitcoast/Flickr (such as Twilight, Twilight Tuesday Inspiration Challenge, etc.). Thank you for your help with this!
Comments/Posting your link: Please leave a comment with the link to your challenge piece to tell us that you played along with us! Then we can all visit you and leave lovely comments for you. (We are no longer using Mr. Linky as we were having quite a few spam issues and downtime.) We are big fans of comments around here! And don’t forget — leaving a comment on this post will get you entered into this month’s blog candy giveaway!

And as always, our Design Team has fantastic projects to display for this week’s challenge – please go and check them out! and show my girls some love!
Beth ~ Dani ~ Eve ~ Jen (taking a break) ~ Julie (taking a break) ~ Rebecca ~ Tonya (on vaca!)
with Guest Designers:Alison ~ Donna ~ Erica filling in for Margie
Thanks for stopping by today!!
Till Later!!

11 comments:

Alison said...

I LOVE that you used an actual pin for this layout! Your colors are great! It's awesome! Missed your blogs this week, so glad you're back!

Donna said...

Yes, I am happy to see you back too :)

Jac...I LOVE this song and LOVE this layout...You are so talented and so very clever...The whole layout just flows perfectly...The best friend must be pretty lucky to have a best friend like you!....Love You! Xx

Eve said...

The song and the craft are both fantastic. Loving that little button!

Rebecca said...

Jacquie hun, great song selection
(I can't believe Danity Kane is no more ...... ) and your card is simply breathtaking!

Dani said...

Awesome song but even more wonderful is the great scrap page!! I love it!!
Great job using the TTSC9 as well!! :)

Margie said...

That's an awesome song!!!
Beautiful creation :)

Sara said...

oh my goodness what a gorgeous card!

Erica said...

I love that you used the stamps for this page. The crackle words are fabulous. Great job!!!!...as always. I love all the work you do!

Beth said...

Frickin. AWESOME! I just KNEW you'd kill this one! :) Rock on!!

Sara said...

I agree with Erica, the words are awesome! I love it :)

Have a great night!

xoxo
Sara

Julie said...

Jacquie, this is just the sweetest layout! I love it -- it really has a sweet, lovely, feel to it. I love the use of the pin too!