03 April 2012

CAS-ual fridays #46 name that tune.

It is challenge time again with CAL-ual fridays and i love it!
There is so many tunes you can make a card for, even my hubby was joining in with this challenge saying things like 'make a big "J" and add arms and legs for moves like jagger!' or 'what about a monkey in a coffin for im a believer (too soon rob...poor davy jones!)'
 This went on for like 30 mins!

Check out the challenge Here.

So i decided to totally ignore my insane husband shouting out names of songs as whacky ways to use them in a card and go with a tune that i remember as  a kid.

I started to learn the clarinet when i was 10. i never wanted to learn the clarinet.... i wanted a drum kit, but santa one year must have decided that a drum kit was WAY too noisy for my parents and so i got a clarinet.

One of the first songs that i remember playing in the school band on my clarinet was a song by Tony Orlando called 'tie a yellow ribbon' it is all about a man coming home from prison hoping that his gal will want him back. i do not know what it is about the song but when i hear it it always brings back happy memories of primary school and me squeaking away in the band on my clarinet. ( yep! i was a band geek!)
So this is what i created. a welcome home card.

I thought it would be nice to have a little bunny waiting for her loved one to return home....ahhhhhhhh.

I used Lawn Fawn critters in the burbs for this card, a bunch of different papers and paper smooches sentiment.

what do you think???



Michele Gross said...

Aw, your card is so sweet :) I like your hubby's idea about Moves Like Jagger ;) give that man some cardstock! LOL! Thanks for playing at CAS-ual Fridays!

Jay Gee said...

Really cute Tara, love all the different textures on your clouds :)

Kelly said...

bright fun colors, different textures and a darling concept! LOVE this little scene!

Anonymous said...

Hello Tara I would like to thank you kindly for the wonderful card you created that was given to me by Rob signed by all our team members. It is a lovely card I will place where it will be a constant reminder of the truely wonderful people that I have had the privilege of working with and the awesome job Rob does where his fellow workers are concerned, again I thank you for a very unique reminder of my fellow workers


Danny P

Jaclyn Miller said...

What a great little scene - so fun and bright! makes me happy. Thanks so much for playing along at CAS-ual Fridays.

Julie Day said...

Fab take on this song, love this adorable little scene :) Thanks for playing this week at CAS-ual Fridays!