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Saturday, February 27, 2010

Cinema Saturday Challenge- Spiderman!

Hello friends!
I'm so tickled to be this week's guest designer for Cinema Saturday Creative Challenge Blog for the blockbuster film...
Go web go! I think this DVD has 100,000 miles on it thanks to my little one. He LOVED this movie & every time I wasn't looking, he'd sneak to the living room to watch it. I would just hear him saying "Go web go!"
Ok, so the challenge requirement is to use acetate or a transparency on your creations. Now this is a challenge!

Here's what I created:
I chose Spidey colors (blue & red) and used the Folded Paper Frame Technique. I ran the frame paper through my CB Web Embossing folder & ran my Stardust glitter pen along the lines for a more webby effect. I created a Rub-on for the sentiment on my computer & printer. I found a Spiderman font, typed the sentiment with it, printed it out & rubbed it on the acetate square. I kept it pretty simple, although I wanted to embellish it more.

Here's the inside:

The sentiment I chose to use is probably the most famous Spidey quote. "With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility." While thinking about this quote, my oldest son came to mind. I added a bit more to the sentiment. The entire sentiment reads, "With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility... or Stick With The Responsibility of a Bus Pass!"
Here's why...

The Deets: My son's DMV docs/driver's permit are in the pocket (insert tears here). Soon, he'll have his driver's license ---> something he's been dreaming of since birth, let me tell ya! So what's the big deal, you ask. Well, unfortunately, my hubby a.k.a (Mr. Fender Bender) and I a.k.a (Mrs. I do my own stunts) haven't *exactly* been the best driving role models :( As for me, I totally blame it on a rare condition I have called metal-to-the-pedalitis. Have ya heard of it??? Yup, I've got it bad ;)

I hope you all play along this week. CSC is such a fun & unique challenge blog so go for it! This is clearly a tough challenge, but I'm always wowed by what you create! You can find the tutorial for this simple card technique--->here and to download the Spiderman font --->here. Thank you Sankari & Brooke for letting me play again as guest designer :)

Thanks for peeking today! I'm off to try & get over this Bronchitis. ugggh! It's totally messed with my mojo :(
Gotta go (cough)!

8 comments:

  1. Karli your posts are so funny...I'm sad to say I think I'm suffering from the same condition, to the point my child yells from the back seat go go go. LOL Super cute card though and perfect for your challenge.

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  2. Fab card and fun to read the thinking behind it Karli :)

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  3. You have a son old enough o drive??? I am so surprised! I always love your projects- you have the greatest ideas. Congrats and good luck with Driver's Education!!!

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  4. Spider Man, Spider Man, Does whatever a spider can!...OK I'll stop singing... You need to get yourself a radar detector...best investment I ever made...Vrooooom!!!!

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  5. Karli, this card is such fun. Love all the details. Spiderman never looked so good!!

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