It's freebie time!
I'm giving away a set of handmade Audrey Hepburn cards! I originally made these cards to sell in my shop. After doing some research on copyrights, I realized I shouldn't be selling someone's likeness without permission.
But I can give it away!
Anyone and everyone is invited to enter the drawing. Here's how to enter:
Yes, you may do one or all of these options . . . you can have up to four entries in the drawing! I'll be accepting entries through Tuesday, July 13th.
I'll announce the winner (on this blog and on my Facebook page) on Wednesday, July 14th. Be sure to check in not only to see if you've won but also for a very special announcement. You won't want to miss it!
These three handmade cards feature pages from a photography book all about Audrey Hepburn. I altered that book into this book purse and couldn't resist using the beautiful pictures for some fancy cards. Even the envelopes are folded pages from the book!
The peach-colored card (the first pic on this post) features polka dot vellum which I accented with Glossy Accents and white brads. Small rhinestones and pearls dot the hot pink "Breakfast at Tiffany's" card. Both of these cards are blank and ready for your sentiments. The final card, however, contains an Audrey Hepurn quote: "You can always tell what kind of a person a man thinks you are by the earrings he gives you." White and pink rhinestones highlight the front of this aqua card. All the cards and envelopes have been coated with a matte spray to preserve the photo and avoid fingerprints. These cards would be a perfect gift for a girlfriend or you could even frame and hang them as wall art.
Movie pick: My movie pic for this post is simple . . . Roman Holiday. While it's not my favorite Audrey Hepburn film, it shows off her talents the best in my opinion. She won her only Oscar for her performance in this movie. (Gregory Peck is quite swoon-worthy, too . . . wink, wink.) It's a funny, poignant and romantic film. They don't make 'em like this anymore! Some other great Hepburn movies: Charade, My Fair Lady, Breakfast at Tiffany's, Funny Face and Wait Until Dark.