Challenge #199A: Golden Years by David Bowie (Tribute to "A Knight's Tale")This time we are paying tribute to the movie "A Knight's Tale," by featuring the movie "Golden Years" by David Bowie. If you haven't seen this movie, it's a great love story starring the late, great Heath Ledger. One of the things I loved most about it, was their bold use of obviously non-period music - so cool! Check out the scene in the video below...
The lyrics are really awesome for scrapping. Check them out by clicking on the tab at the top of the page.
I hope you enjoy the design team layouts for "Golden Years..."
Michael and I were on a getaway weekend and saw this group of adventurous souls just off the coast of Lake Superior. It was such a cool scene, I had to take some pics, and this song gave me the perfect excuse to scrap them!
The lyric "never look back - walk tall - act fine" touched me. I want Anne to feel that way! (This picture was taken on her 9th birthday.)
I couldn't help but think about this particular photo from Disney World with the lyrics I picked. It is a place you feel young, but it's very warm!
Challenge #199B Prompt:Do you recall a movie where the music really moved you? Scrap about the music and/or the movie. (Thanks to Sharon for this prompt!)
Here are the design team layouts for "Movie Music..."
One of my favorite actresses is Audrey Hepburn, and one of my favorite movies of hers is "Two for the Road," a movie depicting a couple's relationship over the span of 12 years. I think the reason why I love the movie so much is the amazing, bittersweet, and beautiful musical score by Henry Mancini. The music is what made the movie so perfect for me!
Now it's Your Turn!
What inspires you about "Golden Years"? Show us in a scrapbook layout, art journal page, or anything else you are inspired to create!
How about the prompt? What movie's music inspired you? We want to know!
To be eligible to win this challenge and have your creation hang in the STM Hall of Fame, remember to link us up to your layout(s) using Mr. Linky below by midnight central time on Sunday, May 27th. The clock in the right sidebar shows central time to help you if you need to convert time zones.
We can't wait to see what you create!!!