You know how some children really latch on to a character from fiction - like Winnie The Pooh or Mickey Mouse? For me, it was Alice. I loved Alice from an early age. I was an early reader and I remember reading the books to myself when I was quite small. If I could have had everything Alice - like you can get everything Disney these days - I would have. Never mind Barbie pink, I'd have had everything Alice blue. So of course, when I discovered the Altered Alice's blog challenges, it would have been rude not to participate.
This month's challenge is "Now You See it, Now You Don't" - inspired by the Cheshire Cat. So of course, I based my project on the Caterpillar. It's a Pushmi-Pullyu card (you can find instructions here - a wonderful resource for all sorts of kinetic cards) made ATC size. I do love kinetic cards so I really enjoyed this challenge.
The image on the front of the ATC is a Stamp Attack stamp. The butterfly was a free covermount from the Craft Stamper magazine and I made the sentiment with my Imagepac (now that the sachets are being discontinued I am beginning to get the hang of the process - typical of me!) I coloured the butterfly with Twinkling H2O's and the background with Distress inks. Alice and the caterpillar were coloured with Promarkers.
Thank you for stopping by - I hope you enjoyed your visit!
Update - I got an Honourable Mention - Yippee! Thanks, folks!