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TGF's Farm Fresh Friday -- Twilight or Fantasy

Hello!  It is time for another fun Farm Fresh Friday!  This week Jess Diedrich is challenging us to create projects inspired by the Twilight series or Fantasy if you're not into Twilight.

Okay, I don't think I'm necessarily Twilight crazy.  Like I won't stand in a super long line for the movie to open or watch all of them in a row in the theatre.  My butt would get sore for one thing.  I would watch them all at home where I can just be comfy in my own living room and pause to use the bathroom freely and eat when I'm hungry.  As a whole I liked the books and the movies so I made a Twilight inspired card using the new James and Sadie.  The quote on the bottom I found online since there are like a million Twilight things.  The forever is a small portion of a longer sentiment stamp from PTI.  I kind of created this card after I had seen some of the movie posters online.  They had forever printed on some of them.

I am so waiting for next week when the kids are off and I don't have to drive as much.  And the shopping!  I love to see what's on sale though I might not necessarily buy anything at all.

Thanks for reading!


Comments

I love this Eva. I am a huge Twilight fan. Though because of physical health reasons I am unable to sit in a theater to watch so I have to wait for it to be released on video. I've read the series and watched the movies at least 6 times. My husband says I want to be a vampire, lol. I'm 50 years old, so not the usual age group for Twilight. Love the whole card and Bella's hair is awesome.
What a fabulous card Eva. I always admire how you color hair. I nominate you for the "Hair Coloring Queen" title. Have a fun and crafty day / evening.
Denice said…
Well done!
I love the quote from the book you added, and those red vampire-y eyes are pretty cool too!
:Dxx
Cheryl said…
Wow, cool card! I'm still at the same spot when you last posted a twilight card, I haven't watched any more of the movies. Yeah, I have to sit cross legged if I'm going to be sitting for that long, I think my knees would kill me first, which should actually inspire me to exercise or lift weights or something. But on the other hand, I can't even get through a whole movie at home anyhow if it's not a kiddie one.
Cool card and just picture perfect...
Happy Friday and have a wonderful crafty weekend~
Rachel Parys said…
This is awesome Twilightness! Super cool! I am usually like you, I wait for everything to come out on dvd, but tonight I am braving the crowds with some of my girlfriends! (wish me luck, I always end up with a seat-kicker behind me!)
Mimi said…
super cool Twilight card! love the vampire-ish eyes! i'm one for the DVD at home too! can't get any more comfy than in your own home! have a great weekend! ;D
Leanne said…
This is awesome. I'm not a Twilight fan but I can appreciate everyone that is and can create something this cool.
;)
Anonymous said…
Nice card...very vampire-ish! Might even be a collectors item for Twihards.
This is so adorable, LOVE the fabulous design and your coloring looks great. I'm waiting til next week to see the movie when the huge masses has come and gone, lol.
RiNNE said…
I'm one of those people!! I didn't sit or stand long in line but I've gotten pretty lucky with waiting to buy tickets for the right show! I saw the movie at 6 pm on Thurs night- it was the earliest show and was a fundraiser :). What a wonderful tribute card!

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