dimanche 31 octobre 2010

Hide and Seek - Message secret

Another week has come and gone...  We will also be turning another calendar page tomorrow. Sweet November, month non-grata here he comes! Just enough time to take a breath, before Christmas! For this week's challenge at Stamptacular,   Hide and Seek  is the theme! So, I have decided to create this slider card,  hide the sentiment, and a few other suprises. Well, constructing the card it-self caused me a few headaches! I had to start all over, wrong ajustments! No other Tilda was best than Longing Tilda at her castle window to introduce a surprise. Who knows what or who this little sweetie is thinking about... I colored my images with Copics, and embossed the castle window to give it a shiny look. Behind Tilda, I have used an acetate inked with Rangers Alcohol Inks. All the DP's are from the wonderful Tim Holtz idea-ology paper stash, Vintage Shabby. Aren't they gorgeous? (Rest assured, Christina, I have had this pad since September! and was waiting for the perfect time to use it). On the front of my card I used the grey color. I made my flower with the Magnolia Peony Petals doo hickey, the pink cardstock is distressed with a few coats of Distess inks, in tattered rose, fired brick and aged mahogany. The leaves are  from the Magnolia Doo Hickey Leaf and Swirl die cut. The rhinestones and ribbon are from my stash, and I used the Tilda Lace  die to created the border. On the inside cover, I have created a little pocket with two tags; I used again the Tilda Lace and the tag puch from SU. To decorate the tags, I added birthday stickers. On the other inside page, I cut a scalloped oval and decorative piece from the Cricut Lacy labels cartrige. I stampted Sneaky Tilda and showcased her in this pink and black decor. Have you noticed the little tag at the top of the page, well, if you pull on it, two slide pannels will come out! This is where I had problems... On the top one,  I have cut the sentiment with my Quickutz alphabet and decorated the page with the Magnolia doohickey Leaf and Swirl  die cut. The bottom one is reserved to writing, so I distressed a piece of pink cardstock, decorated with a cuttlebug die and the Magnolia swirl and lace, all over a black cardstock. these thickneses give a bit of a problem, because they don't make the slide as smooth as it should.

You have until midnight November 6, to submit your Hide and Seek project at Stamptacular Sunday Challenge. Our Sponsor this week is Robyn's Fetish and the prize is a choice of 5 digital products and our very own Dee prize.

Looking forward to see what you are going to create!

Bon dimanche à vous toutes,
Nous voici déjà à la fin du mois d'octobre; novembre, ce mois mal aimé, frappe à notre porte, juste le temps de souffler un peu avant la frénésie des fêtes. Notre défi à Stamptacular, porte sur les cachettes, Hide and Seek! Approprié pour ce dimanche d'Halloween. C'est plutôt une carte d'anniversaire que j'ai choisi de créer. En fin de semaine dernière, j'étais avec un groupe de copines pour faire du scrabooking; et Brigitte, qui anime des ateliers de scrap, avait réalisé un mini album, plein de cachettes; c'est ce qui m'a inspirée à créer une carte à partir de la première section. Il m'a fallu une partie de l'avant midi pour trouver le bon format et me faire un modèle. Que j'ai dû recommencer quelques fois avant que tout glisse rondement! C'était sans compter le fait que j'ai ajouté des découpes soulevées, ce qui bloque un peu... mais bon, rien n'est parfait! J'ai coloré Longing Tilda et la fenêtre de son château pour le dessus de ma carte, je l'ai décoré avec la dentelle coupée au moyen de la découpe Magnolia, ainsi qu'avec une fleur faite main, encrée aux distress et vaporisée avec du glimmer mist. L'alphabet est une découpe Quickutz. Le verso de la couverture est un petit panier contenant 2 étiquettes, conçues avec le poinçon SU; la page suivante est une découpe de la cassette Lacy Labels de Cricut, dans laquelle j'ai insérée Snicky Tilda - que j,adore colorier. Vous avez remarquer la petite étiquette noire au dessus? En la tirant, on découvre les 2 panneaux dissimulés. Les souhaits sont inscrits sur celui du haut, et j,ai laissé un petit espace blanc permettant d'y écrire des voeux personnels. Il y a beaucoup de travail, quelques petites erreurs, mais je suis tellement contente du résultat.
J,aimerais aussi vous remercier de venir me visiter et de me laisser de si gentils commentaires. C'est un rayon de soleil dans ma journée!
Le défi de Stamptacular se prolonge jusqu'au 6 novembre, venez participer en grand nombre, et peut-être gagner 5 étampes digitales de notre commenditaire: Robyn's Fetish et un prix d'une des membres de notre équipe, Dee.

I have entered my card in following challenge:
Paper Take Weekly, Sparkly & Bright
7 Kids College Fun Challege, No. 7, Birthdays
Stamp Something, with some Pink,

31 commentaires:

Audrey a dit…

oh! Wow! Elle est magnifique cette carte! Il y a beaucoup de travail là-dedans! Ta fleur est magnifique!J'aime beaucoup ta colorisation et ces 2 jolies étampes! Tout est parfait!!!
Merci pour tes commentaires, ils nous font toujours plaisir!!!

Lisette Morris a dit…

I feel like I haven't been sharing the love Danielle with such a busy schedule but I have been lurking! Your work is always beautiful and inspiring. I love the Pink and Black. Wonderful card!!

Christina C. a dit…

Oh my goodness, I can see that you put a lot of work into this is a labor of love for sure! The inside of this card is as gorgeous as the outside and all those wonderful little surprises....WOW!!!! Both of those images are colored to perfection, Danielle....magnificent job!! This color combination is my favorite. Love the papers......I happen to have that collection as well. Absolutely STUNNING!!!!

Genevieve a dit…

Je suis capable de m'imaginer tout le travail que cela a nécessité!
Ta carte est vraiment merveilleuse, les éléments tous bien choisis. Une superbe colorisation. J'adooore la fleur (est-ce réalisé avec un poinçon?)
Toutes mes félicitations!

nath81 a dit…

superbe , et j'aime aussi ta fleur ainsi que ton ruban noir qui donne super bien avec le rose , bisous nath

charlene a dit…

OMG Danielle this is just so pretty ! What a piece of art you have created ! Beautiful papers and love all the goodies too.

Card Crazy a dit…

That's just lovely, Danielle, and so much work! Beautiful card.
Sue S.

Myrna a dit…

Beautiful, Danielle! Love your coloring on your Tilda's.

Unknown a dit… adorable!! I love all the little surprises this card has to offer!! Your coloring is so pretty...I'm especially impressed with the window on the cards' front...the stones look REAL!! Great job...good luck in the challenges. Pat Frank

Julie a dit…

Danielle - This is just darling! The card design is so interesting. Great coloring. Love all the details.


Anonyme a dit…

Beautiful Tilda coloring Danielle! love the scene on the front!
Pam Going Postal

Chris a dit…

Danielle, I love this! I love the idea and your coloring is wonderful! It is such a fun card! The hidden tag/message is so clever!

Chris Christensen

Anonyme a dit…

Oh my that is just too lovely! Beautiful job with your coloring. Fabulous scene! hugs, Angela

Rene a dit…

I recognized that cutout! I see you are enjoying your Lacy Labels :D
What a great card! Every where you look there is something really cool to look at! Great job!

Peggie a dit…

What a beautiful card. Love all the ways it opens.

Madge H. a dit…

Danielle, What a lot of work and careful planning for the construction to make it all come together -- great job - I love it! Your colouring is superb.
rubber hugs, inky wishes, Cricut chirps and Cuttlebug squishes,

Anonyme a dit…

Wow, it looks like a difficult card to make! It came together nicely though. I love the peony flower and the two beautiful Tildas you colored! TFS!!

Patti Jo a dit…

What a great project and so beautifully done Danielle! Love all the folds and pockets! Fantastic job!!!

LINDA W. a dit…

OMGoodness your project turned out beautiful
I love it.
Hugs Linda

Cami a dit…

Beautiful card, Danielle! So full of wonderful surprises! It's beautiful from the inside and out. You colored the stone wall with window beautifully! I struggled when I colored this image and I made only one card...too much coloring for me and you made yours so beautiful! Hugs, Cami

cathylynn a dit…

Hello Danielle, Here I am again in total AWE! This card is just full of so much detail and absolutely magnificient! You have so much creativity and I look forward to your posts. Hugs, Cathy-Lynn

Nady a dit…

il y a beaucoup de travail dans cette carte!!
j'adore!!! elle est vraiment superbe! et j'adore ta fleur fait main! bravo
Nadyne xx

Only By His Grace a dit…

Beautiful card Danielle. Love how you made it.
Hugs Maz

Christine Riley a dit…

WOW, this is so gorgeous! Love your coloring and I love the tags.
Hugs, Christine

Mélimélo (Paule) a dit…

Une carte vraiment sansass!!! Tu es une pro de la colorisation! BRAVO!

♥♥RubyM:)♥♥ a dit…

SO MANY SURPRISES EVERYWHERE AND THERE ALL SO PRETTY!!!OH MY GOSH SO MUCH WORK BUT WITH A GREAT RESULT WELL WORTH IT!!!! The coloring is just so pretty and the shading is amazing wow!!! I so love all the pink sparkly papers everywhere!!! I can't get enough wow!!!!You out did yourself hun wow!!!! BRAVO!!!!!!! RubyM:)

cabio's craft corner a dit…

How cute to see this hide & seek put out card. Very cute design and beautifully done card Danielle :o)

Manuela a dit…

Hi Danielle! Your Birthday card looks so great! ♥

Thanks for joining us this week at 7 Kids College Fund Challenge blog. ^_^


Norma a dit…

Ooh, Danielle, what a fabulous project. And all those hidden little treasure. I love it. I can see also what a lot of work you’ve put into this. It was worth it. Love the colour scheme you’ve chosen. Beautiful colouring work. Love your die cuts especially the swirly one. You did a terrific job of putting this together.


PauleetChinelle a dit…

Je le savais que tu ferais qqc de fantastique avec cela.

L'idée est génial comme tu dis si bien.

Du noir, tu as de l'audace pis du gots.

Super belle carte d'anniversaire. Ma fête est en février hihihi


Lisa Summerhays a dit…

Wow! I've never seen a card like this before. I'm so impressed! Love all the extra places for wording and tags.

Lisa Summerhays
7 Kids College Fund DT