Tuesday, 22 January 2008

Hide and seek with DCM

Okay, for my dare we're heading to the playground for a game of
Hide & Seek
I'd like you to make a card which has a hidden component of some sort.
The hidden part could be a tag, a concealed photo, message or something along those lines, maybe a pull-out or pop-up.
Anything goes as long as there's something extra for the recipient to find on your card that's not immediately visible when they open the envelope.


Well I thought I would give this a go since I am now getting addicted to the double slider card , this time I just used paper and embellishments...
I used the scrummy crate paper, Hammered card stock, and Bazzill the gorg bazzill bling flowers, bazzill wing flowers, the button was from a button necklace that i picked up in Primark, there was about 40 odd on there for two quid..., oh and am telling ickle fibby one stamp for the sentiment belonging to the Hero arts happy wavy borders set which I picked up from Creatives...

Hope ya likey....

7 comments:

  1. so stylish and classy fab card

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  2. yup, i likey alright,well done kim, great choice of colours too:-)

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  3. Fantastic work as usual Kim!

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  4. Great card Kim the colours are really striking,

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  5. Fab work again Kim ,love the papers and the flowers xxxDawnx

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  6. I'm sooooooooo loving this card Kim... Absolutely GORGEOUS!!!

    Hugs xxx

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  7. Fab card Kim, such a yummy colour combo.

    Copngrats on the SC&PC commission in the post above - I'll watch out for those.

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