Thursday, January 6, 2011

We're Going Retro

Our lovely DT member, Elaine, has set the theme today for our newest challenge at Mo's and it's about "Going Retro" to the look of the 30's, 40's, 50's, 60's...

With all of the hoopla of Johnny Depp in the latest version of Alice's escapades last year, I chose Mo's version of the White Rabbit from the fairy tale "Alice in Wonderland" by Lewis Carroll. The Walt Disney version was first introduced in 1951  (my babysitter told me about it - HA!) and was a compilation of Carroll's tale and pieces of Through the Looking-Glass.. nevertheless, a great story.

But let's get real here, friends. I think Alice was smoking something.. don't you agree??.. she was small one minute and big the next. Magic mushrooms perhaps?

This cute little guy was always worried about time and about being late..


He sure looks like he's ready to party (NOT!!). Look at that poor face.. he looks exhausted.  The clock was made with a SU stamp I had and I cut off the surrounding words and simply created the hands and added a brad.. the banner font was computer-generated. The background paper is a piece of vellum from my scrap pile onto Kraft paper.  He was a joy to color and shade with copics.

I'm also entering this in these challenges...

Fab 'n Funky Challenges - Anything Goes
Cute Card Thursday - Out with the Old
Stampin' Bees - Something old and something new
Creative Friday - Let's Party

Thanks so much for stopping by, friends. I'm wishing you a fantastic day and great weekend. Wherever you are, and whatever you are doing, be safe.

See you next time!

12 comments:

Dawn B. said...

This is terrific. I love the clock and the way you did your sentiment.. Great job Peggy.

Dorcas said...

Hi Peggy! Lovely card, your coloring is perfect though he's not looking much like partying is he? lol Looks like he woke up from a rather wild party the night before!

Pat said...

Hi Peggy...OMG!! This is just incredible!! I love this card!! The vellum background is brilliant...I am definitely going to have to borrow this idea!! This card seriously made me smile...and the comment about Alice being on something made me laugh out loud!!! You crack me up! (And you may be right aboult ol' Alice!... hehehe)! I'm so excited to be joining you and the other fabby and talented ladies on Mo's DP2 DT!! Thanks sooooooo much for inviting me...and for the warm welcome. Look forward to getting to know you better. Hugs...Pat Frank

Cathy said...

Oh, Peggy this is awesome. Love the clocks and coloring of one of my favorite images!!! Awesome challenge card GF!!! :)

Nannieflash said...

Hi Peggy, I feel a bit like your rabbit, Im a bit late in coming to visit your blog for the first time but Im so glad I did, your work is stunning I love your White Rabbit hes gorgeous. Alice in Wonderland was the first film my parents ever took me to see, mind you it was about 60 years ago. With love and hugs Shirleyxxxxx

coldwaters2 said...

Hi Peggy this is absolutely fabulous that image is super I love it.
Hugs
Lorraine x

Flip-Flop Creations said...

He's so sweet! He looks like he needs a big ((hug)). Love the way you used all those vintage clocks. Very beautiful Peggy ~jeni :)

Elaine L. said...

This is a wonderful card, Peggy! I love the clock you've created, and that vellum is perfect.

Benzi said...

Poor thing..looks exhausted. Love all your wonderful details..
great job with the clock. Super card! Thanks for joining the Stampin B's this week.

Michele said...

Such a wonderful card. Love the colouring of the image and the details also. Hugs Michele x

Angie Williams said...

Aw, he is so cute! What a sweet card.

Sharon said...

What a super cute card, love it.
Thanks for joining us at Fab 'n' Funky this time.
Sharon x

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