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Today I have a collection of four cards that I am sharing that sort of fit the movie night theme. When I went searching in my stash of supplies for movie themed stuff, I found I was sorely lacking. But what I did have was a great sentiment set quoting one of my favorite movies of all time, The Princess Bride.
This As You Wish stamp set from Ink Roads Stamps is a great collection of your favorite quote from the movie so I made a collection trying to highlight a few of my favorite.
Card one features the quote I use most in my real life (frankly anytime someone annoys me) an I die cut the background with a die that just adds stitching. I also used some Weathered Wood and Faded Jeans Distress Oxide to blend some color onto the card.
Card two features that phrase any of us Princess Bride dorks use any time we go to a wedding.
I used both Weathered Wood and Worn Lipstick to add color to this card (and yes I know when this quote is used our young lovers are not together).
I didn’t have any pictures that went with this quote, but I did have the famous misused word, so I thought it worked perfectly.
I used Evergreen Bough and Hickory Smoke Distress Oxide to add color to this card.
My final card today features the little castle stamp and the quote that goes perfectly with it. I tried some interesting die cutting with this card, but was not certain I got it right.
This card was colored with Hickory Smoke and Fired Brick Distress Oxide.
Let me know in the comments below which of the four cards were your favorite.
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