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This card is made entirely with a new set coming out from Hanna Stamps tomorrow, called "Bridal." It's a fairly simple card, I used nestabilities and copics. Pretty simple but very pretty. Hanna Stamps will be hosting a Release Party on the Splitcoast Forum tomorrow night if you want to see all the new releases as soon as possible.
To fight boredom, which seems never ending on the behalf of Noah, we have seen some movies recently so I thought I would tell you about them.
First up was "Get Smart". It has Anne Hathaway, Steve Carrell and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. An all star cast for a summer movie, in my opinion. Yet I thought the movie stunk. It was bit long and not very funny. It had a bit too much bad language that I would have rather my oldest son not hear. He tends to notice bad behavior and work it into his everyday life. It also had a lot more violence than I expected. With the language and violence, you could at least hope it is well rounded by a bit of nudity. I mean, C'mon, is their a finer specimen of man than The Rock?! (NO!) And not once did he even do so much as to take his shrt off. I wanted my money back.
We also saw "Wall E". I suppose it is a great satirical look at human life and the obesity and wastefulness and over use of electronics that we possess today. But I nearly fell asleep and my oldest son did sleep through a lot of it. The kids said they liked both movies, while I was not impressed by either of them.

6 comments:

Shannon said...

I'm not sure if you just added it or not but I love how you have 'rock is dead - long live paper and scissors' - definitely don't change it as it is so unique. Looking forward to Texas! just 4 weeks away. BTW, I also love your new card and how you used the images out of the new bridal set.

Shelly said...

Neat take on this set, love the scalloped layers.

Kristi said...

very nice card....

Niki Estes said...

Very pretty, Judy! I love the layout and the black and white!

Auntie said...

If you want to see Rock in his fine form see "The Game Plan." It is something the boys could see as well as it is rated PG.

crazed lunatic said...

elegant card! :)