Sunday, 9 October 2016

Crazy Crafters Blog Hop with Julie Davisdon


Hi all :)
Welcome to our Blog Hop.
This week we are Hopping with Julie Davison.

I was pouring through Julie's Blog and come across this card (below) almost straight away! And as I am sooooo in love with the Paisley's right now, I knew I just HAD to create my own version of this Peekaboo card.




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 HERE IT IS!

Paisley Love!

#Paisleysandposies   #Petalsandpaisleysdsp #Paisleysframelits #KOCreationscards #Stampinup #Handmade



For this card it was easier to show a picture and then try to explain the instructions.

  The red card base picture came from www.frommycraftroom.blogspot.com.au 
         When scored and folded it all fits together to look like this.  I couldn't find a name or blog for this picture, sorry.


BASIC INSTRUCTIONS AND *TIPS:

  •  You will require 3 pieces of Card stock in your chosen colour, cut to the measurements in the picture above. 
Then score them as follows:
  1. The inside/middle card is scored @ exactly half way. 
  2. The front is scored @ 7.5 cm. 
  3. The back is scored @ 1.cm, this is used as a hinge to attach to the inside/middle card.
  • You will need three pieces of DSP or your own designed background papers. All cut to fit how ever you desire, either with edges or not. I have edge of my copper layer and my Rich Razzleberry card base showing.
  • When you have all of your pieces, *mark the front of your card in at 1 cm from the opening edge down the length of the card.....then *mark at 6.5 cm in from your first mark.  
TIP * Your window has to be inside those two marks, so that the movable card stock shows no edges inside the window frames etc.
  • Attach you DSP to your card bases.  
 *If using layers (like me) PLEASE don't put your layers together until all windows have been cut! I tried this and found that it was too much for the big shot and squished my papers out of shape. use steps below . I ruined a crap load of paper from trying to put my layers together and onto my card bases!
  1. Cut your first window from your front piece of DSP. 
  2. Then laying your DSP over the top and holding in place with a tiny bit of adhesive snail, draw with a pencil around the inside marking where you will make the next window, precisely!
*I found that having a border around your windows really helps to give the card a more finished look.
  • If stamping your images for the windows, place your card pieces under the back page in their positions. Stamp straight through the window, that way you know it will be EXACTLY where you want it to be. 
  • Put all of your pieces together and voila! You have your peekaboo card


INSIDE VIEW 1

Partially open
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  • The windows for my peekaboo card have been cut using the Paisley Framelits.
  • The DSP I chose is from the Petals and Pailseys DSP  in Rich Razzleberry and Very Vanilla with Copper dots.
  • I cut 3 small strips of the Rich Razzlebrry DSP and left just enough room for a strip of tear and tape to join that DSP to the Copper dots DSP.
  • I layered these onto a pre-cut copper foil sheet.
  • You can see that for the first set inside my windows, I have heat embossed using the White embossing powder, straight onto the Rich Razzleberry.

INSIDE VIEW 2

Fully open
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  • And here for the second set of I have used a die cut copper sheet from the Paisley Framelits set and the Copper embossing powder.
  • To finish this card I added a long piece of Very Vanilla ribbon tied with a bow. This bow wraps around the inside of the card too, as you can see above.
  •  I also added my sentiment and a die cut copper shape with Metallic thread in copper..



Front View

#Paisleysandposies   #Petalsandpaisleysdsp #Paisleysframelits #KOCreationscards #Stampinup #Handmade #Copper #cardmaking

I hope you enjoyed my card today.

Don't forget to keep hopping along to see more gorgeous creations all based upon Julie's fab designs. Currently you here with me (Kim Oliver) to keep hopping just click the next name under mine.







If you would like to purchase any of the items I used to create my card, I have added them to the carousal (below) for your convenience.







Thank for for stopping by :)

                         If you have any questions please ask in comments below, I always reply!



24 comments:

  1. What a great idea Kim.....this card is very effective.....great work

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    1. Thank you Vicki for your lovely compliment

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  2. Kim, it is definitely a WOW card! Great case.

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  3. Love the paisley cut outs that you can see through the front & purple with copper! Delish! x

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    1. Thank you so very much Jessie :) I too love those colours together!

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  4. OMG! That's insanely gorgeous! I think might have to CASE your card now!

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    1. Thank you Stephanie so much! What a wonderful compliment x Can't wait to see what you create :D

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  5. Wow! Kim. Absolutely Stunning. LOVE your design and version, it's so elegant with the copper. Great instructions and might have to case your gorgeous card too. xx

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    1. WOW Thanks Juan, Another beautiful compliment form my talented peers. I am smiling heaps :D

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  6. Amazing card Kim. There is so much detail and the colours you have chosen make the card POP! Must try out a peek-a-boo card now. TFS

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    1. Thank you Kirsten, They are fun :)

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  7. Gorgeous card!! I love all the copper details and the beautiful delicate paisley die cuts!

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  8. I love how you have used this stamp set and the DSP Kim a really WOW card. Angexo

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  9. Amazing! I am gong to have to give this a go.

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    1. Go for it Rosalie :) and thank you x

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  10. So fancy!!! I love all the copper xx

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  11. Wow Kim! This card is just amazing! It looks like you put a lot of love into making it. So much detail and I love how the swirl sits inside the top layer! Well done on a fabulous card!

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  12. Thank you so very much Louise :)

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