Golden Years

Time for Cinema Saturday Creative Challenge.  This week’s challenge, #61, is A Knight’s Tale. …

So I remember going to this movie when it came out.  Emma wasn’t 2 yet & Malcolm was a newborn. We rarely went out to the movies or out at all, because I was nursing & we never had any spare money for sitters and the activity out.

Long story short:  I picked this movie, probably because of Heath Ledger. My DH loathed it.  It was his running joke in our home for the next several months that I was not permitted to chose the movie when we went out. I liked the soundtrack.  DH liked the soundtrack, but not with the movie.  Make sense?  As an example, at the two minute mark in this clip is the reason DH couldn’t suspend his belief & enjoy the movie …

Okay so with our little odd family history, here’s my take on the movie.

A coupon … LOL … that’s what I love about this challenge.  You can take anything from it:  music, colours, themes, emotions, or in our case, memories.  :D

Incase you’re wondering, on the flip side, DH has picked movies that I didn’t like.   That’s the good thing about your spouse or friends for that matter , they are always giving you second/third/etc chances.  (most recently:  funny people.  Why wouldn’t that movie just end?)

Cute faux leather technique, eh?

I used a technique from Beate at SplitCoastStampers to make the faux leather wallet.  She even has a cool video Tutorial.

You could put in cash, a gift certificate or a homemade gift certificate (always fun to come up with ideas!)

Used:  Creamy Caramel SU CS, Cuttlebug Embossing Folder, Ranger Distressing Ink (Walnut Stain, Vintage Linen), Versa Mark Ink, Clear EP, SU Create a Coupon Stamp Set, Make a Wish Stamp Set, SU Olive EP, Old Olive Ink, Sewing Machine, SU Circle Punch, Cream CS.

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12 Responses to “Golden Years”

  • This is really cool, Amy! What a fabulous idea! BTW, we rented Funny People last weekend and I was wondering when it would end too! The good think about renting a movie is that you can just turn it off!

  • Amy!! This is marvelous!!! That is such a great idea to create these as little gifts and the idea of a coupon is awesome!!!! That was actually one of my most fave parts of the movie – when it transitioned into that song! LOVED it!!! That is hilarious about your DH! (I think he should make a card for this challenge :) )) I love that wallet – what an awesome technique – its hard to believe that its just paper!!! You totally rock and I love the little star that you added! Beautiful!!! Thank you so much for playing along!!!
    BIg hugs dear AMy!
    Sankari :)

  • Great inspiration story and translation Amy – and WOWZA you are speed stamper for this challenge! :)

  • I love this!! Great pick and wonderful creation!!

  • You have me ooohing and aaaahing again! What a fabulous project. Love the distressed look.

  • What a cute idea! Hope your hubby takes you up on the offer!

  • Cute wallet card, and I LOVED this movie.
    The first time I saw it I was like “wow the music is the wrong era for the movie, but now it makes it even more funky!

    Hugs,
    Di

  • jen cuthbertson:

    Amazing project! I love it!!

  • what a fantastic take on the project. I love it! My BF couldn’t stand this movie either… he kept coming in and making jokes while I was working on my card.

  • You crafty little girl! What a perfect card for you sweetie… This is a card a guy would totally appreciate. The funny thing about this card and the movie… Money is defiantly somethings all they guy are lacking in…
    Thanks for playing we LOVE our Amy :) I love seeing your name because it means there is always something clever in store.
    HUGS
    Brooke

  • This is such a cool wallet!! It looks so real (ie; not paper) -WOW!
    I love the story behind your project! Sounds like something my hubby and I have done before (bad flick picks…LOL).
    Thanks for sharing!

  • I love the thought and inspiration that has gone into this!

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