Michelle Last

#GDP061 Hidden Message Card

Happy New Week.  I have a hidden message card to share with you today.  I was first inspired by Patrice Halliday-Larsen with her beautiful hidden message card shown here! This card was made for a colour challenge for the Global Design Project and I would love you all to join us and made something using the 3 stampin up colours shown below.

#GDP061 Hidden Message Card

I have used a stamp set you may not have noticed called The Places You’ll Go from the annual catalogue as I adore the sentiment. In case you are wondering where the black dots are in the centre of the flowers are from, they are our pearls coloured with a black sharpie.

And here is the inside… And you are probably wondering where the hidden message is?

#GDP061 Hidden Message Card

I created a quick video for you… click the link below to view.

Hidden Message Card Video made by Michelle Last

Details on the fold and measurements are on Patrice’s blog in the link above.

Here are the three colours to use if you are entering the colour challenge over at the Global Design Project.

#GDP061 Global Design Project

Pop on over to see what the other design team members have made using these colours, I think you will be blown away at how different they look! The winner will be a guest designer for the next colour challenge!

Guest stamper for Global Design Project

All the items I used to make my card are shown below, visit my shop to place an order and if your order is £20+ please enter the monthly hostess code to receive a free thank you gift from me 🙂

 

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Stampin' Up! UK's #1 Demonstrator Michelle Last based in Buckinghamshire. Classes, inspiration, order online and advice. I would love to hear from you.

Comments

  1. This is so clever! I’ve never seen this technique before… I’ll have to try it! Thanks for sharing!

  2. A simple (looking) but eye-catching card! And what an interesting technique. Thanks for sharing!

  3. Love, love your beautiful card. It was great to see it in action on your little video as well. Clever lady xox