Saturday, July 31, 2010

Cinema Saturday Creative Challenge #90 - Star Dust



Welcome everyone... This weeks challenge is to add a little Sparkle or Bling to your creation... For some of us this is not a challenge at all.. I think the challenge might me to not add any sparkle or bling... This is such a fun move to watch and create a card too. Have fun and and enjoy the show..

The tiny English village of Wall has a secret. Through a gap in the town's old stone wall lies the kingdom of Stormhold, a magical realm of spells, unicorns and witches. One day a boy named Tristan Thorn makes a bet with Victoria, the girl of his dreams, that he can bring her back a falling star that lands beyond the wall. So he journeys through the gap into the wall and into the other world, determined to bring back the fallen star in seven days and win Victoria's hand in marriage. To his surprise, the star in question is not a lump of rock but a plucky celestial princess named Yvaine, who is not at all pleased to be knocked out of the sky and subsequently kidnapped. And a fallen star, it seems, is quite a commodity in Stormhold. Soon Tristan and Yvaine are running from flying pirates, warring princes, and three wicked witches who want to cut Yvaine's heart out of her chest and eat it in order to restore their eternal youth. To win the bet, Tristan will have to hold his own in a dangerous game of swords and sorcery - but this new world has more surprises in store than he could ever have imagined... Written byasdfghjkl COURTESY of IMDB.com Check out more great reviews.. But be ware don't read the full synopsis it will give the whole story away...





Brooke's Card inspired by the movie ~ STARDUST.


My inspiration for the card started with the sparkle of course... My own personal inspiration started with the dresses that Yvaine(Claire Danes) wore in the move.. When the star(Yvaine) falls down to earth she is wearing a gorgeous grey/silver satin dress. Then when Yvaine and Tristan are rescued by a ship of lighting pirates she is given a pick of any dress she wants from the captions(Robert De Niro) own personal stash... LOL She picked a gorgeous Royal Blue dress. The crown represents the brothers fight for the crown. The stick pin represents the stone around Yvaine that will turn into a Ruby when the last prince becomes king.. You will have to watch to find out who will become king... Last but not Least the star is an obvious inspiration Yvaine.. In the Beginning Tristan tells the girl that he thinks he loves(Victoria) that he will cross the wall and get her the fallen star to proved his love to her.. But when he meets the star the story takes a twist...

Enjoy the show...
HUGS
BROOKE

Can't wait to see all your cards... When Sankari gets back she will attach the linkwithin you are welcome to add your card to the comment section for know and she will link them up for you...

HUGS
The CINEMA SISTERS

18 comments:

Hazel said...

My card is here x

tomiannie said...

Oh, I'll definitely have to play along with this one -- it's one of my all-time favorites! In fact, I just watched it a couple nights ago.

CraftCrave said...

Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave today [01 Aug 12:00pm GMT]. Thanks, Maria

catherine said...

Here's mine!
http://www.catherinepooler.com/alien-playdate/

Betty aka ZacksNana said...

I did like this movie! I saw it when it first came out and it was a fun flick. My card is bewitching.

daniholland said...

Oh, I've always wanted to see this movie, and never got around to it. Sounds like the perfect time to watch it and make a card!

Hazel said...

another card from me here x

Hazel said...

and another one here x

li-bee-ti said...

Great challenge!
My lo is here.

Wendy said...

my card is here

BarbaraW said...

Here is my card:
http://magicdelights.blogspot.com/2010/08/cinema-saturday-creative-challenge-90.html

Ira said...

And here's mine

Ira said...

I guess something went wrong :-)
So here's mine again, I hope!

TimeandCycles Intraday CITs said...

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I can't wait to be back!!!
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Kimme said...

Here is mine. It was too easy, when don't I use bling :)
http://kimme-thelifeofaprincess.blogspot.com/2010/08/sketchy-wednesday.html

Cheryl Walker said...

Thank you for the super fun challenge My Card

Hugs,
Cheryl

Bettina said...

my little housecard is here.http://bettina-bettyboop.blogspot.com/2010/08/my-house.html.

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