This is my 2nd post for today ~
and I'm singing!
Slightly off-key, as I usually do :)
It's time for a new challenge with the card group: Ready, Set, Go!
It's a challenge that Barb, Jeanette and I started 2 years ago ...
almost to the day!
It's a card challenge ~ kicked up a notch or two.
I was the hostess this month and chose a theme of:
Time Capsule: Music from the 70's!
This month, we are taking a step back into the glorious 1970s!
In a time where hair was defined by icons like Farrah Fawcett and bell bottoms were all the rage, and bicycles had banana seats and candies like mary janes and bottle caps were favored, and the average of a new house cost $23,400!
The 1970s was an era of eclectic style and music. It was considered to be a golden age for vinyl records and Sony Walkman permanently changed the music game!
So turn back the radio dial and hear ONE SONG on the radio. Who's voice do you hear?
Create a card with that song AND artist in mind ~ using the song title/song lyrics to create a card for the May 2019 RSG.
For the extra challenge, use one element on your card described in the song (i.e., dice, pink flower, blue sky, etc - you get the idea!)
Growing up, we heard a lot of country music and radio music ~
from George Straight, Loretta Lynn, Patsy Cline all the way to
Creedence Clearwater Revival to Grateful Dead!
My dad like a little bit of rock n roll and a whole lotta country!
One of those country artists we'd hear often was none other than Glen Campbell!
Rhinestone Cowboy was a very popular song.
on that rare occasion that it pops on a station that plays 'oldies but goodies'
I sing along!
Albeit slightly off-key :)
I thought it would be fun to ink up Saddle Up and Celebrate from
My Favorite Things stamps and create my Rhinestone Cowboy card.
I've even used the paper pack from their recent retirement sale,
and dies that were already in my craft supplies from past MFT purchases.
And the addition of the rhinestones was a nod to the song!
This was a fun card to make!
It made even better using the sketch from the challenge
today at Splitcoaststampers.
You can see Barb's card here
and Jeanette's card here.
Thanks for stopping by today!
Big hugs, bigger blessings!
What a fun and cute card! My Mom was the one that played music- all different types too! Love this fun card theme!ReplyDelete
This card and image is simply adorable! LOVE it!ReplyDelete
Love this card. I remember those says fondly as well. Great challenge and great card!ReplyDelete
Oh how cute. Love the rhinestone cowboy theme! Lol.ReplyDelete
Perfect card for the challenge. I too remember that song.ReplyDelete
A fantastic card Kelly and a great challenge too. I was a teenager in the 70's and so many songs are now spring to mind.ReplyDelete
Oh I LOVE that song and your card is just adorable!ReplyDelete
I love this card. What a great theme you have provided and this card is perfect!ReplyDelete
Adorable!! The images are too cute!! I love the strip of colorful paper you added to the side!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)ReplyDelete
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Very Cute card kelly..lozReplyDelete
Adorable Rhinestone Cowboy!! Your card is so stinkin' cute! We listen to a ton of country too.. My father was in a country band called the Sundowners with none other than the evening news anchor man in Chicago growing up! So Glen, Patsy, Dolly, George, Conway... we know them all! hahahaha Super fun challenge! :)ReplyDelete
Super cute and I knew where you were going with it from the first picture - love that song too!!! So much fun!ReplyDelete
Kelly that is adorable. Love your coloring.ReplyDelete
Loved that song Kelly - thanks for the memories! A fabulous card too!ReplyDelete
Oh yes! Perfect song from the 70's and your card is so appropriate. And did I mention, it's also adorable!?!?!?ReplyDelete
Adorable card, cute and fun! Great take of the challenge! Lovely design!ReplyDelete
very nice card!ReplyDelete