Oriental Cards & New Fantasy And Kids Collection

Do you love Oriental Cards?

I was inspired by Asian Theme ,,,and all over I must tell you Jenny from Pushing The Right Buttons,,,is now on my DT,,,and she did this so stunning Asian Card working with my:"Japanese Gardens CS" .You can't miss this Play of Art. Welcome on board my friend.
Something oldish byJenny

Welcome friends old and new alike. So glad you could join me again. Hope you got something from yesterday's post about my adventures with embossing folders (HERE for those who may have missed it). Oh, and a quick heads up... I've found another use for them! but that will be part of my next post:) Now, as I mentioned previously this month is 'birthday heavy' here so it feels like all I've been doing is creating cards. And then I discovered it is one of my non-crafty friend's 40th birthday next week!

I was thrilled recently to receive an email from Ignacio from Nicecrane Designs offering me a set of images from his wonderful selection. It was hard to make a choice but Japanese Gardens just called to me. You can see one of these images in the top left hand corner.

It needed distressing a little with Walnut Stain and embossing (a Tim Holtz mini) and was mounted on some card I covered with Stampendous Jeweled Gold embossing powder re-coloured with Oregano alcohol ink. The red background card was also distressed and stamped in black and gold (covered with gold mica powder) with wooden stamps my OH brought back from a business trip to Japan (lucky me:))

The script panel was a happy moment for me - rubbing Antique Linen into the middle of white cardstock, Vintage Photo onto the outer third, Pumice Stone over the whole lot and Walnut Stain, I finished by spritzing it with some Walnut Stain ink mist. The script is a Hero Arts background one.
The flower is covered in Morris Dance gilding flakes (Indigo Blu) and the leaves are real!!! Oh yes, if you take freshly fallen leaves and cover them completely in Glue n Seal they remain reasonably flexible and don't dry out! These were salvaged back in October 2012.

And here is my New Japanese Gardens Version


And if you love Geisha Picts,,,,,,Then,,,,,you´d love my Pictures  of Japan DSL

Card with washi papers and japanese gold ornaments

A really different way to use your favorite  papers.
Mixing ukiyo-e and digi stamps to get a better look

Ukiyo-e background from my collection HERE

And here is my Pictures of Japan DSL


I also was working inspired by a new Children Book,so I have designed two new adorable Digital Stamps to use in your Birthday Party, Celebrations and any Children Card,,,,,,,,

Here is my New Fantasy & Kids Collection

May Oconnor from my DT was working and she did these so sweetie and fascinating cards with this new and unique DSL Collection, Thanks a million my friend,,,

Today I have made two cards using the Fabulous Images from Nicecrane Designs.. If you have not visited them before you are in for a real treat... Pop over  HERE and take a look it so worth a visit!!!

Adorable Card by May Oconnor

           Detailed View      
 Both of the images were coloured with pro-markers....

I must tell you Hege also was working with this collection to create this colorful and amazing Birthday Card,so you can check how versatil is this collection, love these yellow tones and the gorgeus back

Birthday Card by Hege Sivertsen
And here are my New Sheets:



Enjoy my New Releases and welcome on board to Jenny


Anonymous January 16, 2013 at 2:56 PM  

The oriental card by Jenny is full of richness and has a beautiful antique appearance.
Then May's card, it is coloured to perfection and so adorable.

Regina January 16, 2013 at 5:09 PM  

Love the Japanese card....so beautiful!! Love the whimsy of the May card too.


Netty January 17, 2013 at 7:43 PM  

All beautiful examples and loving the childrens sets. x

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