Saturday Cinema Creative Challenge #25

I have been so busy over the past few weeks that I have missed out on making something for the Saturday Cinema Creative challenge, (it is worth checking their site out, there are some truly beautiful cards there, great for some inspiration, and this week are offering some blog candy 🙂 a delightful stamp set called Branching Out from Taylored Expressions). It is a lot of fun, and I find it a good way to do some things that I wouldn’t normally, and my card for this challenge is certainly totally different from my usual style.   This week’s movie is the James Bond movie, Goldfinger.  I am not a James Bond fan, and this is another movie I haven’t seen, so once again I had to use my limited knowledge and interrogate 🙂 my ever supportive and helpful husband. 

The Martini Glass is a clip art image which has been printed onto vellum and then cut out.  I have then used a Versamark pen to go around the edging and emboss with gold powder.  I have then adhered the bottom of the glass to the cardstock, and used glue dots on the top part of the glass which I have pushed out to make it rounded like a real glass.  The second photo will show you what I mean.

Stamp Sets: Seeing Spots, One of a Kind.

Cardstock: Basic Black, Vellum Cardstock.

Ink: Versamark, Versamark pen (not Stampin’ Up!)

Accessories: Gold and Black embossing powders, Heat gun, Gold Brads, Paper snips, computer and printer 🙂

Artwork by Chris Parker-Barnes

Images copyright 1990 – 2009 Stampin’ Up!





7 thoughts on “Saturday Cinema Creative Challenge #25

  1. Wow!! That is awesome dimension on your card!! Love that gold and the black – very classy Bond!! That Martini glass is beautiful! What a great idea to print on vellum and then emboss!! Such great inspiration! Thank you so much for playing along with us this week!! Wishing you lots of sunny days!

    Best wishes,
    Sankari 🙂


  2. Welcome!!!! We are so glad you joined us on our challenge this week…. what a great card.. A martini glass is totally a classic bond image.. He always ready for a party isn’t he.. then of for a little spy work and then back to a little more fun..

    Thanks for playing …


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