Friday, September 5

Hidden Message

I Love this card... there is so much going on with it! Lots of New things I haven't tried and as you can see I try lots of new things all at the same time all on the same card but hey! I'm pleased with the result!


I wanted a card with natural colours, and I started with this stamp and thought to use it like an artist has just sketched it! Which of course Elizabeth has but to get this look I stamped the image in versamark so the edges were soft then continued by colouring with my pastel pencils originally I wanted a more sepia look but I can't help add a little colour!

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The Daisies were so much fun mainly consisting of punches and die cuts! The centre's were cut from circles using double sided adhesive sheet (LOVE) then covering with generous sprinkling of fun flock (Love, Love this stuff!) This whole card is quite tactile and very interactive!
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The Hidden Message... I will have a look if there's a tutorial for this on line, it reminds me of a Jacob's ladder. (IF not I will do a tutorial, I think you should always give the unusual a try!) It's not too easy to find the extra message inside but you can easily guess where it is! I've disguised mine with a mosaic of paper, then stamped the message inside! So if you have any questions leave me a comment at the top of my posts and I will endeavour to answer the best I can!

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Materials:
Paper: BG Boxer, craft Paper, DCWV old world stack, white card,
Die's: Sizzix Daisies, swirly, Nestabilities- rectangles, punches - small & large daisy, circle, butterfly.
Stamps: Mixed Messages - birthday wishes, Sweet Ebony - sweet n sassy, Basic Grey Clear Stamp Set - Flourish Edges, flourish journal
Ink: Versamark, adirondak, brilliance lime, pastel pencils,
Other: Glue pen, 3D foam, stampendous fun flock, double sided adhesive sheet, yummy adhesive lace ribbon.

Thanks for stopping by, I will try uploading more very soon, HuGs Kim x

15 comments:

2sweetnsaxy said...

What a beautiful card! It makes me miss doing my crafting stuff. Really great job on this!

Thanks for visiting my blog and for the comment. :-)

Denise ~ Paper Ponderings said...

Oh my...this is completely adorable. Love how it looks on Kraft!!!

Chrissy said...

This is a gorgeous card and I love the image coloured with pastels. Very pretty - ChrissyX

Michelle Goton-Bertuzzi said...

Oh wow, this is waay too hard for me! lol. Love it girl. You've to come down here & teach me! :) Thanks for your birthday wishes.

Barb said...

This has to be the most beautiful pastel I have seen in a very long time! I love the softness. It doesn't even look like a stamp! I could frame something like this. How clever to stamp it with versamark then use pastels to color. It still takes a lot of talent to get the shading and depth just right. Truly awesome, Kim.

Marlou said...

hi Kim, thanks for your very sweet comment :) this card is just gorgeous!! and your colouring is perfection, enjoy your weekend too, hugzz xx

ScrappyPam said...

Wonderful card!!!!

(I may be biased.)

;)

Joana said...

Kim This card is stunning love the hidden message , the colouring is amazing

big hug Joana

Jami said...

This is beautiful!! I love the idea of the hidden message, and the soft neutral palette, and that extremely cool way you did the little acetate windows!!
smiles, Jami

Jozza said...

This is one of the most exquisite cards I have ever clapped my eyes on! The pastel colouring of the stamped image is pure perfection. Wow!

Rach said...

oh my gosh this is breathtaking...wonderful shading....hugs Rachxx

Monica said...

OMG... I LOVE LOVE this!! It's gorgeous! Love the antique look of it!

Carole Janson said...

Oh love this very creative.

Carole xx

Jessica Smith said...

This is just stunning I love the colors fantastic job.

sugarnellie said...

Stunning and a fantastic way to colour in. Thank you for sharing.

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