Saturday, August 15, 2009

Cinema Saturday Creative Challenge #45 - Sixteen Candles


Good Morning Everyone!!!! 

We are excited to feature the 80's classic movie: Sixteen Candles in honor of legendary director John Hughes who passed away at the age of only 59 last week. Joh  Hughes was also the director of 80's cult classics such as: The Breakfast Club, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Weird Science and Planes.Trains and Automobiles among others. This movie is a coming of age kind of story about the sixteenth birthday of the the character Molly Ringwald plays and also brings out highschool politics - highschool crushes - and all the highschool drama - along with a ton of hip 80's fashiion! Gotta love it!!!

So this week's challenge is a SUPER easy and fun one too! Ready?

The challenge requirement this week:
 is to make a birthday card!!!
and if you make it 80's colors - that's bonus points!!!
Here is an example of 80's COLORS - check out this retro pic!

Sankari's Card Inspired by the movie: Sixteen Candles:

Okay - I LOVE LOVE LOVE this movie - partly because I thought that the character of Jake Ryan was dreamy (did you know that the actor who played Jake Ryan, Michael Schoeffling now owns a woodmaking shop and creates handcrafted items!!!) and the other part because the very last scene still gives me tingles.... you know the scene where they lean into each other over a bday cake! 
Well - for this challenge requirement - I wanted to do something FUN and 80's retro ish - and create a bday card with those fun and bright colors in mind. I found this inspiration pic while blogging and then used that for my card:

This card is a little out of my box... but it was a blast to make!
I had so much fun making this card and the whole time I was watching the movie .... and still that last scene just gives me happy tingles :) LOVE it!!!

You can check out my blog for more details here at my blog!

Thanks so much for checking things out!!!
Hugs!
Sankari :) 


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A HUGE thanks to all of those of you who played along with us to the movie: The Thief Lord. It was lovely to see the cards that you that you created for a  brother, or mother or friend in need! This week - our Audrey Award goes to Darlene for her beautiful card "Forever Friend" that she created with colors inspired by last week's movie The Thief Lord - Darlene your card is gorgeous and we hope that you add the Audrey Award to your sidebar and that you will be our guest designer for next saturday!!!! 
Thank you all so much for playing along - you guys are awesome!!!!!!

SO ARE YOU READY TO PLAY ALONG WITH US THIS WEEK!!!

All you have to do is make a card or layout or altered project that is inspired by the movie: SIXTEEN CANDLES The inspiration for your creations can be from the music, the characters, the dialogue, the costumes, etc. This week’s requirement is to create a birthday card inspired by 80's colors!!!! We can’t wait to see what lovely creations you create this week!!!

All you have to do is to link your creation to our blog by linking to your specific post for this challenge on your blog/SCS/PCP/etc/ thru Mr. Linky. If Mr. Linky is down for some reason – please link to your blog by leaving a link to your blog in the comment section. You can check out Kristina Werner’s awesome video on how to link to your direct blog post here.

Please link to our blog by this Thursday, August 20th by 9pm PST.


We can’t wait to see your lovely creations!!!

Big Hugs to All!!!!!!

Sankari and Brooke


19 comments:

Sankari W. said...

I can't believe that you guys totally guessed the movie from the sneak peeks!!! You guys ROCK!!!! Can't wait to see your 80's inspired bday cards!!!

Tethered2Home said...

Oh man, when I think of 80's so many things rush to mind like those Bill Cosby Sweaters, big shoulder pads, leg warmers, jelly sandles, acid washed jeans, banglese, rubiks cubes, & bad permed hair with big bangs. eeeesh. NOT that I ever did that as a kid ... well maybe the leg warmers. Sigh.

This should be a fun challenge.

Sankari W. said...

I know - the possibilities of 80's retro fun is HUGE!!! (how can it be possible that the 80's are retro! man do I feel old!!!!)

and Amy - I still have my leg warmers - and yes - I still wear them.... not outside though! lol!!!!

Darlene D said...

Thanks so much ladies! What a privilege to receive the Audrey award on my first time to play along with you all.

wendyp said...

oh man, can't believe I couldn't guess that. But then I was thinking it had to be a Johny Depp movie, lol! This is one of my alltime favorite movies!!!!

scrapperjulia said...

Awesome card, Sankari! I love this movie too, especially the scene where they are leaned over the birthday cake also, how romantic! 80's, big hair, neon green, bright pink, bright yellow, jellies... I can't believe this is considered retro now too! It was just yesterday!

Brooke S said...

Guess who's back :) I got Mac-e boy back last night... How sad that I could miss my computer so much... I have a lot of catch up to do... BIG thanks to Sankari for the great Sneak Peeks the last 2 movies.. I can't wait to go make a card for this weeks challenge... Missed you all.. 80's movies and music ROCK!

Hugs
Brooke

Libby Hickson said...

Oh I LOVE this movie!! I'm on vacation this week in Michigan so I won't get to play, boo hoo - well, not on time, anyway! Great choice!!! And I LOVE your card Sankari, what fun!! Have fun with it, everyone! :-)

scrapperjulia said...

I love this movie and I love bright colors too! Glad to have you back, Brooke and have a great vacation, Libby! I posted my card

Nancy K said...

Yay! I couldn't pass up an opportunity to celebrate the 80's and John Hughes. I've got my card up now too, made me reminisce (sp?). Thanks ladies!!

Sankari W. said...

You guys are so rockin' the 80's colors!! LOVE it!!! And Libby - we are missing you!!!! Hope your vacay is awesome!!!

Jaimee said...

love love this film guys!
i just posted my entry!

Maureen said...

What a beautiful card, Sankari! Your squares inspired my circles!!

nicol said...
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Carol Dunstan said...

finally been able to get a CSCC done! Must admit to not watching the movie yet... yes, I have never seen it either, but if I held out any longer on making a card till I watched (or rewatched) a movie who knows when I would get one done!

Carol Dunstan said...

nicol has hit you with the spam too I see. Not cool, but such is life (karma baby, karma).

Karli said...

This is the first time I play along, but it won't be my last! I love being inspired by your movie choices :)

Brooke S said...

Sorry I forgot to post girlies... If I get a chance I will post in the REAL post... Missed you all!

Hugs
Brooke

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