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Wednesday, November 5, 2014

SDC172: Spotlighting

Arwen is our hostess this week over at Stampotique Designer's Challenge and she's got the spotlight on you:

"Artwork consist of many small details that make a whole.

This week I would like to see spotlights in your work.
Lift a detail of your artwork visibly out."

For my card I created my spotlight card using the cute little bunny with Lots of Gifts.  I love how it turned out and will make a great kids card-wishing I would have made a few of them.

I drew inspiration from The Paper Player's Sketch from last week.

If you are not sure what spotlighting is, you can find a tutorial here so you can join us at the Stampotique Designer's Challenge for a chance to win a $30 gift certificate for Stampotique stamps.
Card details:
Stamps: 7088 Happy Birthday and 7317 Lots of Gifts from Stampotique Originals
Cardstock: Crumb Cake, Bashful Blue, Pear Pizzaz
Inks: Memento Tuxedo Black, Copic markers
Embellishments: rounded corner punch


LeAnne said...

This is adorable! What a sweet idea and a wonderful image you've used to "highlight" it!!!

Kay Wallace said...

Love how you used the spotlighting technique on this adorable card, Kim! Sweet bunny, indeed!

massofhair said...

Such a cute bunny, love how you have very subtly spotlighted him. Wonderful card :-) xxx

Claudine said...

I love how you've highlighted the bunny, so cute. Your card is perfect!!

*Arwen* said...

This is so sweet Kim <3
Wonderful interpretation of spotlighting.

xx Arwen

Sue said...

Love this Kim, the spotlighting is so effective on Kraft xx

Kaz said...

I love this Kim, she looks so cute xxx

Corrie Herriman said...

Such a sweet card ! Wonderful !
Corrie x

Karren said...

What a gorgeous card! That bunny is too cute and I really, really love the beautiful big sentiment.

Anonymous said...

So sweet and stunning Kim! Love how you used the spotlight technique on this one

Kristen said...

Super cute card!!! Love the craft paper background!

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