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Smeared & Smudged Blog Hop: Hidden Object

Greetings! It’s time for a blog hop with Smeared & Smudged! This hop isn’t just for the DT members, it was open to everyone on the board. How cool is that?

This time our theme will be: Hidden Object. Make a project with a hidden feature or themed around hiding.

After all of the silliness that happened after I made my Peep Show Box (see that post HERE), I knew that with this topic, I needed to revisit the subject.


I used the Wood Nymph once again…’cause she’s really cool…and I did a card version of the Peep Show.


Now you see it…


Now you don’t! I’m pretty sure this isn’t what Terra and Tori intended for these images, but it’s just too hard to resist!!! See??? Doesn’t it look like a dress now???


This definition is also a part of this stamp set.

I added some Distress Stickles to her limbs for some dimension, and I chalked the outer edge of the card. I didn’t want to do too much, since I wanted the focus to be on her and her dress (or lack there of!). I hope you like it! I know I do!

Here’s the whole list of Blogs to visit.


Alison (me!)

Enjoy the hop! And if you are super inspired, please join our fabulous group!


Kathi said…
It's fabulous! Great job engineering it and coloring it too.
LOVE It!!! Totally awesome! wonderful colors chosen too. !!!!
Daniella said…
HAHA!! Revisited. This is awesome, for sure. Love how you color!! Bitchin'!
DonnaMundinger said…
OMG! I let out a hoot with this one! Naughty girl! xxD
Unknown said…
Love it! Had to show the last one to my nephew (adult nephew lol)
Alyssa S said…
Too funny! You are just so creative - I love it!!
What a fun card! I love the design aspect. Amazing that you revisited it in green after the cucumber discussion....

Love ya girl!!!
~Lady B~ said…
OMG! Alex is too funny! Beautiful, Alison. This one looks much less phalec...that's for sure! The peek-a-boo is actually quite cute. I'm loving it!
Peek a boo! Awesome. I'm all for it.
Tori said…
LOVE IT! So funny, and I love the peek-a-boo box still! This is great though...I love the colors and the peep show! I'm going to start calling you Madame Alison!! ;) tOri
After that intro - I had to go look at the previous post. Made me giggle that's for sure. Love the way you have created this other wonderous piece, and yes it had to be a green dress!!
Just WOW! I absolutely love this :D
CraftyMomOf3 said…
I LOVE both projects equally!! On a funny note...the other one is simply hardcore hysterical by total accident!! And so cool.

This one is ethereal and gorgeous and I love the surprise!!


Anita Bownds said…
wow thats a kool card Alison, love it..hugs Anita
Keely Livings said…
WOW, Alison! Your card is fantastic!
Jenn K said…
WOW!This is so cool!! Love this card!
Unknown said…
You're right, never pictured a peep show, but this is fabulous! I adore the colors and the little leafy thing at the edge of the band, plus I think its super cool that you used the definition! Definitely looks like a dress now ;)
Sugar said…
Love it! anything nekey gets me :)
Cheryl Valadez said…
Hahaha...nobody ever gets too old for a game of "peek-a-boo"! This is fabulous!

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