Friday, November 28, 2008

Friday Sneak Peek #8

OK girls this one is for the rest of you... And Amy if you didn't get the first one.... This movie is a all time classic and a must see. Guarantee you mothers and Grandmothers have seen it.

Let see how many can have a card made before we even reveal it on Saturday...

Hugs
Sankari & Brooke

8 comments:

Becky said...

White Christmas? It's a Wonderful Life? The newspaper clipping is throwing me off, lol!

Ann said...

Miracle on 34th Street? I know they had all those newspaper headlines saying that Santa was on trial...

Cassie said...

Hi! I just saw your blog over at Creative Antics, and thought I would stop by and check it out. Looks like you've all had some fun challenges, and are creating some beautiful cards as well! I can't wait to see what the movie is! I first thought of Scrooge when I saw the clock, but wouldn't see how the newspaper fits in.

Brooke S said...

You all have Christmas on the brain!!


Amy where is you guess????

Amy, Ottawa, Canada said...

All right, I give. My family saw me I-phoning this imaging throughout the day. They all looked at it, because everytime I would come up with something it didn't have the Arizona thang to it. My DH: It's 'high noon', why else would they show the clock, good western. "um, no". DD: It's a Christmas movie mum, look at the decorations on the left. And they kept going. I thought Hello Dolly, but that's NY. I am stumped & I give (& for me & my stubbornness that's not easy LOL). Looking forward to tomorrow's reveal. Have a great night!

Anthonette said...

I initially thought "White Christmas" like Becky, but the newspaper clipping threw me off too. Then I remembered "Miracle on 34th Street". I thought it couldn't be it, because that movie was in black and white. There was an updated version in 1994, so that's it!

Sankari W. said...

Can i just tell you guys - that you guys are the BEST!!! I love the guessing!! ANd its so much fun to read all of your sleuthing work! You all are the bestest!!!

Butternut Sage Designs said...

Ok I am not thinking Christmas, so could it be The Big Clock with Ray Milland and Maureen O'Sullivan from 1948?