Monday, 10 February 2014

Champagne Supernova

Good morning to  all my lovely friends and  followers. I hope you have all enjoyed the weekend and  the weather has not been too awful. I do feel so sorry for all those people with flooded homes its dreadful. My card today is one  I've made for the LOTV monthly challenge which is Name That Tune. It took me ages to come up with a song to match one of the LOTV stamps I own. I picked a couple at the beginning only to find the designers had used the same one so  back to  the drawing board. I enlisted my husbands help and  came up with this song by Oasis Champagne Supernova as I had the Champagne Fountain stamp.

 
 
 
I've included a picture of the music by Noel Gallagher
 

Card Recipe

Blank Card Craftwork cards
Music paper from Melissa Francis 5th Avenue pad sentiment paper from the same pad
Pink card Tim Holtz
Grey card my Stash
Stamp LOTV Champagne Fountain painted with Promarkers and  Copic pens stamped with Memento Ink London Fog
Sentiment stamp Celebrate half of the LOTV sentiment Time to Celebrate
Spellbinder circle and  scalloped circle dies
Ribbon East of India bought at Chatsworth Christmas Market
Grey narrow ribbon from my stash
Stars from The Range
Flowers roses and pink Blossom from WOC
Small grey roses originally cream coloured with Cool Grey 3 Promarker
Beaded leaves from Ross Paper Craft Show one of the £1 stalls.
White topstitch Thread and  Sewing Machine.
Grey Pearls Kanban
Glamour dust on Champagne glasses.
 
 
I thought this  ribbon was perfect for the card but it does fray easily so had to  be careful cutting it. I also added some stars as Supernova is the brightest star. I do like to drink Champagne but not sure my knees can manage dancing on tables these days. The dancing on tables reminds me of Julie Walters in Mamma Mia. So my card even fits Name that Film as well !! 
  
As you guessed I'm entering this in LOTV February Challenge Name That Tune and  my tune is Champagne Supernova by Oasis.http://ideastoinspire.blogspot.co.uk/p/challenge.html
 I know its just fun but I enjoyed the research and the making of this card. I know my friend Val will say no surprise there its because you love Champagne so much !!
 
Anyway bit of escapism and fun with my blog today.I'm now going to do the ironing but I usually watch Create and Craft on the kitchen telly so not all bad . Have a great week take care and enjoy.
 
 

 
 
 
 

 

7 comments:

Debra Kenworthy said...

Fantastic card Carole! It fits the song brilliantly. All your embellishments are gorgeous, so many different things to look at and of course your image is coloured beautifully. I love the little mice stamps from Lotv, they make me smile. Don't envy you doing the ironing but it is a good excuse to watch C&C!
Thanks for your lovely comment on Lexi's card she is so happy you liked it. Debra x

karen wood said...

Hello again Carole. Wow ! I really love the soft muted colours of your card, you have stamped the image so fine it must of taken ages to colour. Love all the embellishments, glass beads & flowers. I found it very hard to choose a tune, yours fits perfectly. Hugs Karen x

Sue said...

Hi Carole, well this is absolutely fantastic! I love it. You have pulled everything together there was so much to look at too. Hope you got the ironing all done! I have a bit to do myself, but it's a trip to the hairdressers and shopping tomorrow, so it can wait another day LOL Take care huggles Sue xx

mags said...

This is beautiful Carole. Lovely image and design and fits the song title perfectly. Love all the gorgeous embellishments you have used.
Mags
x

pam said...

well I think they all above have said it all carole, fantastic card, love it...
pam x

Anne said...

Very pretty card Carole, and a perfect interpretation of our theme this month!

Thanks for entering our 'name that tune' challenge - good luck!

Anne x
Lili of the Valley

Rebecca Bradshaw said...

Such a pretty card, I love the colour scheme and gorgeous embellishments - the ribbon is so fab!
Rebecca.