I've been glued to my TV watching the Olympic Games!!! My card-making have been slightly ignored...LOL. Have finally managed to get this one done. I've been working on it for several days.
This is a peek-a-boo card. My first!!! I saw Dawn's video tutorial on YouTube, HERE, for a smaller-sized card. Using the same concept, I've been trying to create a 6" x 6" card. Revising her measurements wasn't as easy as I thought. I've attempted a card a few times--and discarded them...LOL--before I had one that I can show you. This is how my card finally turned out.
This is Tilda With Corn from Magnolia's Turning Leaves Collection 2012.
Magnolia stamps are available from Magnolia-licious on-line store. Diana has both full-size and mini stamps. Check out also the selection of cutting dies from Memory Box, PoppyStamps, Magnolia doohickey, Marianne Design and Cheery Lynn, as well as other crafting tools.
This peek-a-boo card is what I call a mechanical card. As you open the card, the first image is replaced by second image. This is how it works...
This is so cool. I think this is going to be one of my fave type of cards. A very fun card to play with--just opening and closing, opening and closing...LOL.
The card looks like this from the top.
Challenges for this card:
Tuesday Throwdown #110 - On The Move
Lovely hAnglar or Sweet Magnolia Challenge #49 - Flowers
No Matter Which Challenges #1 - Anything Goes
Deep Ocean Challenge #31 - Anything Goes
Hooked on Crafts Challenge #23 - Let's Celebrate!Going Grey With Scrap-Creations - Challenge "D" (for dies)
Paper Play Challenges '12Week31 - Layer It Up!
Challenge Up Your Life Challenge #75 - Everything Goes
Materials and Tools Used:
DP's: Magnolia Vintage Corn; one paper from K&Company Tim Coffey Halloween and Fall paper pad
Dies: Spellbinders Posy Patch and Holly Motifs; PoppyStamps Gentle Leaf
Punches: EK Success medium Retro Flower and Circle; Punch Bunch medium and small Impatient Leaves; Nellie Snellen Extra Large Leaf
Miscellaneous: Coluzzle Oval template; Fiskars deckled scissor; Tim Holtz distress ink stamp pad Walnut Stain; Pearls from my stash
Medium: alcohol-ink-based markers from Letraset--Promarkers and Trias (sorry, but I didn't jot down the colours this time).