Sunday, November 25, 2012

Red Carpet Studio Guest Designer


Happy Sunday!! I hope all my American friends had a very happy Thanksgiving!! I've been so busy this week, I've neglected my blog. I haven't had a chance to do much crafting, posting or visiting. It's going to be busy up until Christmas, but I hope to be able to sneak in my craft room for a few projects :)


I'm so excited and honored to be the guest Designer this month at Red Carpet Studio!! I love this week's challenge...it is inspired by film noir and old black and white films. So the challenge is to create a black and white card.


The sponsor is Eureka Stamps and they will provide the winner with their choice of 5 digital stamps!!


For my film noir-inspired card, I used paper is from 7 Gypsies Paddington paper stock. The ticket strip is a Tim Holtz die, stamped with a TH City Central ticket stamp. The edges were inked with Black Soot Distress Ink. The middle squares were cut with Spellbinders Card Creators Matting Basics A & B. Admit One was also cut with Matting Basics A & B, and the sentiment is from the TH Steampunk stamp set.


The filmstrip is a Spellbinders Snapshot die. The male images are from the TH Steampunk stamp set. The female images are from Hampton Arts Royal Affair stamp set. After the images were affixed to the strip, it was covered in Rock Candy Crackle Paint. Once the paint dried and cracked, it was sponged with Black Soot to give it an aged, worn film look.


The sentiment label was cut from Spellbinders Card Creator Matting Basics A&B. The sentiment is a TH Stuff to Say stamp. The edges were inked with Black Soot.


I am entering the card in the following challenges:
  1. Little Scrap Pieces Fun Friday Challenge - Use Black
  2. DL.Art Thankful Thursday Challenge - Anything Goes
  3. Sunday Funday #3 - Linky Party
Head on over to Red Carpet Studio to see the amazing projects the design team has created for today's challenge!! Then link up your film noir-themed card!! I can't wait to see what you create :)

60 comments:

  1. Great project Lisa! The paper is amazing! Hope your Thanksgiving was wonderful! Carri~Abusybee

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  2. This is absolutely classic, Lisa! I love all the detail work you put into it & I especially love how you used the crackle paint. A beautiful card, as always! Thanks for your limitless inspiration :)

    Diana :)
    Leelee Card Designs

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  3. This is a winner in my book!!! Love all the stamps you used, especially the TH & Hampton Art stamps. Beautiful work.

    Lisa

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  4. Hi lisa ,

    wow !! Fabulous card !!! Love everything about it .

    Have a great sunday Jenny xx

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  5. Congrats on your Guest Designer spot! This is absolutely fabulous! I mean it is stunning!!!!

    Susie

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  6. I love all things Tim,Lisa and this is no exception! Wonderful card my friend.
    Jayne x

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  7. fab card Lisa -congrats on your DT role - I love TH sentiments

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  8. Oh My this is amazing - love all the details and special effects and wow! TFS and have a great Sunday. Karon

    http://karonskraftykorner.blogspot.ca/

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  9. wow this is very cool!! Love the way you created the aged pictures!! Hope you are having a great weekend!
    Kristan

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  10. I like movies, but never have been a fan of black and white films, but I sure do love your card!

    Stay Creative,
    Georgiana
    Carson's Creations

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  11. I love it Lisa, great old fashioned card, looks great in Black and white, well done. cathy

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  12. Love the style of this card, Lisa... I'm a huge fan of black and white!!! This is just PERFECT!!!
    Have a happy Sunday!

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  13. Wow Lisa!!!Awesome card!!!
    Hugs Trish xx

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  14. Fabulous...love the colour and the retro look...even would be great for a guy! Lee-Ann :)

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  15. The photographer in me likes this card a lot. Black & white is wonderful for vintage photo creations. Thinking of making a card or scrapbook layout of the Steve Winwood concert at Winstar Casino in OK I enjoyed Fri 11/23. I won tickets from a local radio station.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  16. Fabulous card Lisa, I like everything about it!!!
    Kevin xx

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  17. Hey Lisa! Saw your post on the RCS blog and had to come tell you this is amazing! Who knew black and white could be so awesome! Love the diamond and stiped papers, the subtle inking and the images are just perfect to reflect on those b & w movies! Great job!!

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  18. WOWZERS girl!!! This is incredible!! OMG I am blown away by yet again another fab project!!! This is simply AWESOME!!!!
    Congrats on your Guest Designer spot.....totally LOVE your project!!!
    Hope you and your family had a GREAT Thanksgiving!!
    TFS and enjoy the rest of your weekend!!

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  19. Lisa this is beautiful! I love it!! Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving! Your friend, Sarah

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  20. Classy love it Lisa! Hope your Thanksgiving was awesome... And congrats on your GDT spot - how wonderful....
    Enjoy your wonderful Sunday~

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  21. Wow absolutely beautiful - you did a great great great job thanks for sharing

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  22. This is amazing! Wow! You totally rock! Congrats on your GDT spot! It's easy to see why you get this honor often! Wowzers!

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  23. Wow! Another amazing project, it's gorgeous! I love black and white and this is just perfect!!!

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  24. This is fantastic! This would be so perfect for my "film student" son. I have to go check these stamps out!

    Hugs,

    Chriss

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  25. Congrats on your so deserved GD spot at Red Carpet Studio! Wow, I just love this!! Another amazing and beautiful design:) The aged look is fabulous and the film strip..so cool! Fantastic girl!
    Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving!
    Sherrie K
    http://sherriescraps.blogspot.com

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  26. Lisa congrats on your GD and such a sophisticated card you have shared

    Cheers
    Dr Sonia

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  27. Congrats on your gd. This card is fabulous. Love everything about it.
    Ashley

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  28. Congrats on the GD spot, Lisa! Love your card! It is perfect for the black and white film challenge theme! :)

    Karen
    craftedwithlovebykaren.blogspot.com

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  29. Congrats on your GD Lisa! Your card is fab like always, love the vintage look.

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  30. Congrats on your GDT spot! I love your black and white card. The film strip is so cool!

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  31. This is Awesome, Lisa I love the black and white, great images,
    Thank you for joining my DL.ART ANYTHING GOES November Linky Party
    DIANA L.
    http://dianamlarson.blogspot.com

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  32. My goodness.... I LOVE,LOVE your card. I cannot pick on thing out...I love it all.

    Thanks for joining us as GDT over at RCS.

    Tonya
    RCS CDT

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  33. This is so unique and fun! I love the black and white and how it is vintage! Great project Lisa and congrats on the guest DT spot! I hope you had a fabulous Thanksgiving!

    http://thepaperretreat.blogspot.com

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  34. Congratulations on your GD spot, i can't think of anyone more deserving than you to have received this awesome honor. YOUR card is absolutely AMAZING, you always add just the right amount of detail to bring your cards to life.. Yes, this is the busy time of year, hoping i can get into my little scrap area to work on a few things... hugs from ukiah

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  35. What a fabulous card! I love the wonderful vintage touches - the black and white combo and that crackle paint-sheer genius! This is just an amazing card!

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  36. My sweetest friend, you seriously could not have made a more theme-perfected project out of that challenge! It's so easy to see why you are their Guest Designer. :o) Every detail and every element combine so flawlessly to create a film-inspired masterpiece! Do you see how spot on this is? I could totally see this (and even on a larger scale) as inspiration anywhere acting or production are taught or celebrated. It's so polished and perfected! You are something else, my dear friend! I wish you the sparkliest Monday ever! :o)

    Hugs and blessings!

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  37. Wow, what a gorgeous card!! Congrats on your GD spot!! ~ Blessings, Tracey

    http://gracescraps.blogspot.com/

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  38. Hi my beautiful friend,what a wonderful vintage card^_^ You are everytime so creative^_^ Congrats on your GD spot^_^Deserved sweety^_^
    Have a fabulous week full of sweetness^_^
    Sonia

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  39. Awesome vintage card. I like the card design. The black and white images looks great! Have a great day:)

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  40. OMG. Lisa, this card is beautiful!! Love the images.
    Congrats on your GD spot!!
    Have a great day.
    Gerda.

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  41. Hi Lisa!! Very cool card! Boy I'm sure glad I'm not the only one who has neglected blogger, lol. There is just so much fun things to do right with family. I haven't even been in the this month but I really need to get the ole mojo flowing again.

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  42. Congrats on being guest designer!!!! Your card is fabulous, so creative!!! Love love love black and white and how brilliant to do old films!!!! You are so awesome and inspiring.

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  43. What a wonderful card, Lisa! Love the design and the papers!! Great job as always! Hope you had a great holiday!

    Hugs,
    HL

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  44. P.S. I forgot to say congrats on your GDT spot!!! :)

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  45. Great card Lisa. Love the film strip and the sentiment. I also love the way you decorated you blog for christmas I sure wish I knew how to do that!!

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  46. Wow, this is great, those imags are really cool and I like the texture, too!!

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  47. Lisa, this is a fantastic card and love the vintage feel:) Congrats on your Guest Design spot! Thank you for stopping by my friend and have a great evening!!
    Hugs,
    Norma

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  48. Totally awesome Lisa. What a lot of texture going on. So glad to have your guest designing with us this week.

    Dawn
    RCS CDT

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  49. Amazing creation, Lisa. I love how you found just the right images for that film strip, the layout and the vintage feel. Congratulations on being a guest designer with the red carpet studio. It's because you always create AMAZING projects. You so deserve it.
    Hugs and smiles

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  50. Wow, Lisa! I love this. Fabulous!!!

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  51. I love your card!!!! The crackle on the image is gorgeous! So happy to see you as a guest designer this week! Candice RCS CDT

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  52. Congrats on the GD spot my friend! So SUPER cool Lisa! This is really awesome! The spellbinder die is so neat!
    I hope you had a WONDERFUL day!
    Shelly

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  53. Hi Lisa trying to do some catch up today. What a outstanding die and you used it so splendidly! The black and white compliments your design perfectly! Thank you so much for joining the Fun "Black Friday" challenge this week. Karen

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  54. Congrats to you on being this weeks Guest at RCS!How Awesome is that!!well,you are the BEST!!!You know that,right? Looking at your wonderful and fabulous card is absolutely Amazing!!Its as if you are watching a black & white movie which I appreciate so much.Blk & Wht movies have always been one of my favorite things to do,especially when I am in bed (sick) but I LOVE watching The Three Stooges,they are hilarious!So perfect!So beautiful!Stunning Too!
    I wanted to let you know how much I appreciate your bloggie friendship & LOVE visiting your blog.Thank you for introducing my to Spellbinders...LOL..LOVE it!
    Oh!As for your Santa Mermaid,HOT!HOT!HOT!...LOL
    So cool!
    Sending my bloggie love to you my Fabulous friend,
    M'

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  55. Oh gosh.... Fabulous!!!! Love the filmstrip die :) Also love that you did it in black and white only, just perfect!!!!!!

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  56. This is FUNKY! Love the vintage feel to this card Lisa. Fabulous job!

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  57. My goodness, you sure nailed this challenge...it is totally awesome!!! I understand, I too am swamped tryng to get ready for Christmas....have a good week and try not to overdue!! You don't want to be exhausted for the holidays!!

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  58. What a fun black and white card.love the stamped images.

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