Sunday, 16 March 2008

Tilda & Co Challenge Blog

This weeks challenge on the Tilda & Co Challenge Blog is # 11 (!) and had the theme of

Hidden Secrets

Must have a hidden message on your project ,perhaps pull out journaling
maybe?
A hidden flap? A slider ,
something where a message can be hidden
away from the public eye.

And here is my slider card. It took me a while to get the hang of how to make it, but I got there in the end. I used a Stampin Up , Simply Scrappin' kit for all the papers and embellishments. This particular kit is called "Confetti". I paper pieced Tilda with the same papers.
This photo shows the slider up and hiding the message.






And this shows the slider down and showing the "enjoy your day" message. All you have to do to show the message is pull the ribbon.









Papers:- Stampin Up Simply Scrappin' Confetti
Stamps:- Magnolia

15 comments:

Kristine said...

This is such a lovely card Shary!
Love the colour combination and the slider is so cool!

Han said...

Gorgeous colours on this card. Thank for the kind message on my blog I am looking forward to working with you on the DT. xx

Kim said...

Gorgeous Shary, I made one of these the other day and just love them!

Andrea, said...

Fabulous card Shary, I love the bright papers and a fab card design

Alex said...

This is so cute Shary, I love it

Mephisto said...

Great Idea and lovely Colors.

Domi

Monika said...

Great Idea and card ,so cute!!

stampingbalou said...

Shary, what a wonderful card - so lovely your idea of this sliding message...

Wendy - Anntaurus said...

This is fab - love the brihgt colours and design of the card!

All Pink girl said...

Fabulous card love the colours and the stamp,Dawnx

ScrapMetal said...

Bright and cheery, love the colour combinations, great card :)

Catherine said...

very cute!

Deb said...

such a gorgeous card Shary the slider part is so clever!

Frances said...

I love this Shary, think it's the colours and her socks that grab me :)

Kim said...

fabulous as always Shary, I luv slider cards, this one looks like a right challenge though...