Sunday, January 31, 2010

Cinema Saturday Titanic



Cinema Saturday Titanic
Heart of the Ocean necklace
My inspiration is the necklace and the song in the movie. It was the lore of necklace in the drawing that brought attention back to the Titanic in the beginning of the movie. The connection of it all to her, Rose. It brought her back to tell her story that was hidden for so many years. When she became Rose Dawson she took the chance to die only to really live her way. She knew that she then could go on with her life. Even without her mother!
I loved the song by Celine. When she wore a real replica of the "Heart of the Ocean" (30 carat diamond and Sri Lankan Sapphire necklace by Asprey and Garrard) at the Oscars it took my breath away. It was said Celine's husband bought that necklace for her but then they donated to museum in the UK.
Gemstones by Hero Arts
Royal Blue Glitter Paper
Graphic 45 patterned papers
Rose Stamp by All night media
Computer Generated Sentiment
Bazill Silver Paper
Enchanted Evening Cardstock PTI

Happy Crafting

6 comments:

scrapperjulia said...

This is really cool! I love the necklace and the other images that you used. Great job with the challenge!

Kathy said...

This card is wonderful. It captures the movie great. Love the name Rose by the boat. Your heart of the ocean is fab also!!

Nancy K said...

I like the vintage images you used, and love the use of rhinestones to re-create the necklace on paper. Can you imagine how much Celine's necklace must have weighed?? So beautiful though! :) Great job on the challenge

Tethered2Home said...

This is a cool take on the challenge. The vintage look is great.

Laural-Lee said...

I love how you recreated the necklace yourself. Very pretty. Like it's falling to the bottom of the ocean where Rose left her heart. Rose definitely chose to be a free spirit didn't she?

Sankari W. said...

WOW - what a Creation!!! Simply simply gorgeous!!! I love the sentiment - and its an amazing testament to the power of the heart how it can survive and try to go on... your creation is simply beautiful Barabara!!!
Thank you so much for playing along with us over at Cinema Saturday!!
Big hugs!
Sankari :)