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One for the Show

It's Monday and that means a whole week of inspiration for Simon Says Stamps Monday Challenge.  This week we've got your "Ticket" to ride!  You can interpret this anyway you like.
  
I love my Big Ticket die so I went straight for it using it as my foundation to create from.
I love the vibrant paper from the seasonal paper stash and this fun vintage paper. It made me think of those vintage move posters.

Of course I immediately thought of my Bird Crazy birds.  I cut the paste the whiskers from Mini Blueprint #4 and put him in disguise.


Then I stamped another ticket.  In behind it all I ran some film strip and attached with the tiny attacher.


I cut the tuft of feather off his had and added it to the party hat.  I don't know why really...I just stuck it on and kind liked it. 


Layering more tickets I stamped the mini ticket with this fun sentiment from the Way with Words set.  So fun ;)


The paper is so vibrant I decided to simple stamp black on white paper.  It's not something I usually do but I thought it would help my layers pop.


My media room is all decked out with vintage movie canvas's, a vintage popcorn machine and big metal film reels.  So this will be a perfect place to add my little wall hanging.

Don't forget there's a chance to win some spending money!


Thank you for stopping by.  I look forward to seeing what inspires your "ticket" project.

 
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  1. Hey Nicole......I think I am going to start calling you the crazy bird lady! LOL! Keep up the great work!

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  2. From the sentiment to the background - this is fabulous! Loving your take on this challenge. :)

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  3. LOL! Funny and clever. Wonderful wall hanging for your movie room or to give to a friend who needs a pick me up!

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  4. great take!! love the ticketed background!

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  5. What fab use of all your stamps Nicole and such a fun piece.
    Julie x

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  6. Happy Monday Nicole ! So made my morning... so fun ( I got tickled as soon as I saw it ... love those birds ) ... one of my favorite sentiments !

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  7. The bird is just too funny with the moustache! I love the way you used the large ticket die too. This is just so perfect to hang in your media room! Anne xxx

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  8. What a fun piece! That bird in disguise is "crazy"!

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  9. Dear Gracious Nicole,

    Its a GOOD thing that I had JUST swallowed some cola because had I seen your oh so fun and funny creation there would have been a danger of laughing out loud and it snorting all over my computer. Its sooo cute!

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  10. What a fun design!! This definitely made smile! Love the sentiment :)


    *mwah*
    Steph
    Simon Says Stamp!

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  11. Such a fun piece! The sentiment is so true and the crazy bird is so cute! Hugs, Sandra

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  12. Your creation is fabulous, Nicole. The sentiment is awesome :)

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  13. Your little birdie die make me laugh and this is such a fun piece Nicole ~ I love your take on the challenge! :)

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  14. This is so funny Nicole and I love your dressed up bird!

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  15. Fantastic card! I love the tickets! The sentient is pretty awesome too!
    HUgs
    Dawn xx

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