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Saturday, January 9, 2010

Cinema Saturday Creative Challenge #61 "A Knights Tale"



Inspiration words: Love, Patience, Passion, Determination, Romance.

Sketch inspiration:
Thanks to the fabulous Julee Tilman for helping me get inspired to create.. I have missed your challenges... You can join in the Mojo challenge here.



This picture is one of my inspiration starters for the challenge.. Just before the celebration banquet the Lady Jocelyn asked what color Sir Ulrich would be wearing so she could match him for the evening.. "Green" was the color determined so I decided to use green in the card. In a later scene after a disagreement William and Lady Jocelyn have a great distance between seeing each other about a months time. William's heart is softened and he can do nothing but think of her he is holding a red rose and sharing his broken heart with his mates. They all compose a love letter to the Lady Jocelyn.. When Jocelyn is reading the love letter she is holding that red rose... This rose is to let her know that he has remembered their earlier conversation about flowers and sticks... If you look really close the image of the lady has the title "Rose " over her as well. The Stars on the card are to represent the conversation he had with his father as a child and remembering that he can change the stars and create his own destiny... He wanted to some day become a knight and he was told he could not. But his father said he could change the starts if he put him mind to it. I also included a little sheet music on the card because the modern music twist it's one of the unique notes about this movie.. The metal sentiment and brads are inspired my the knights armor of course. I think the color, pattern paper and embellishments over all have a heavy medieval feel..

Here are the words of inspiration If you like to read more line to find inspiration for your self you can find them here on IMDB.com
Jocelyn: Sir Ulrick. What are you wearing to the ball tonight?
William: er... nothing...
Jocelyn: Well, we shall cause a sensation, for I shall dress to match.
William: [annoyed] Don't you ever get tired of putting clothes on?
Chaucer: [whispers] I think she's talking about taking them off, sir.
Jocelyn: A flower is only as good as its petals. Don't you agree?
William: A flower is good for nothing. You can't eat a flower, a flower can't keep your warm...
Jocelyn: And a rose never knocked a man off a horse either.
William: You're just a silly girl arn't you.
Jocelyn: Better a silly girl with a flower, than a silly man with a horse and a stick...
[
she walks away]
Wat: It's called a lance... hello...


Don't forget we have a new inspiration corner to help you get inspired on our Cinema Saturday blog..

Recipe:
Paper: Stampin' Up
Ink: Stampin' Up
Embellishments: Stampin' Up, Making Memories, Amy Butler
Punch~ Ek-sucess
Pattern Paper~


I hope you all enjoy creating a card/project inspired my this movie..
Please join us over at Cinema Saturday Creative Challenge to create with us..

HUGS
Brooke


5 comments:

Sankari W. said...

Brooke!! Your card is AMAZING!!! Seriously WOW!!! All of the details that you created on your card is AMAZING!!! I LOVE the rose and that part of the movie where she is reading the letter holding the rose - and I love the textured cloth piece (like their clothing) on the card, and the metal, and stars, the color green of their clothes, the sheet music!!! GIRL!!!! I am just amazed at how you incorporated SOOO many aspects of this movie in this most amazing card!! LOVE IT!!!!
Sending you big hugs dearest Brooke of my heart!!!
Love YOU!!!
Sankari :)

Maureen said...

fabulous details!! Love reading all about them and your inspiration...loved this movie!! My card will post tomorrow :) Thanks for your kind and comforting words about my mom...we're doing fine...it's sad, but then you hear about other's heartache that is so much more (with a sick child, spouse, etc)....my mom had a full life before the Alzheimers and did leave a lovely legacy in her children...I've so much to be thankful for :) It is weird, though...

LOL and thanks for your guest design comment :) I just love the way your challenges get my creative juices going...it's one of my favourite challenges :) Hugs and smiles back at ya!!
Maureen

Sue said...

Brooke, I have been trying to get over to your blog all week to take a close look at this fantastic card. So many details. The bird background paper is wonderful. And the sheet music is such a great touch. The small image reminds me of an engraving. The texture from the rope-like cloth and the metal words and brads add so much to your card. Your challenge is so thought provoking and allows everyone to interpret their card as they see it, which is very refreshing.

Kathy said...

Brooke, I just adore this movie and your card fits it so well. The RICH colors you use are stunning. All the textures, layers..everything. This is a card of Royalty!!

Savitri said...

Wow, Brooke, this is amazing!! I LOVE LOVE LOVE! It's been a while I know and so I thought I'd stop by. Lovely stuff you have here and I so need to do one of your challenges. So so fun!!! I can't believe how many it's been. This is so awesome!

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