Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Oriental card

Hello. The challenge this week on my group was to make an oriental card. I don't have many oriental stamps but I did fin a magnolia tilda and I have had the happy birthday stamp for years. I made the screen and added vellum behind..Loz

14 comments:

  1. Lovely oriental card Loz....have this stamp and love it...♥aNNie xx
    The Journey is the Start

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  2. Loz loved the oriental theme--so cute yet so elegant!
    Cheers
    Dr Sonia

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  3. Love the gorgeous image,what a fab card.xxx

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  4. So beautiful, love this magnolia stamp. Lovely coloring.

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  5. hi Loz, this is lovely..beautifully coloured image.. love the scene you have created..
    pam

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  6. What a beautiful card Loz, really pretty and love the scene you have made with the Vellum behind the window plus Tilda so sweet...Hugs Lozzy xx
    have a great weekend x

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  7. Love how you made the screen - it's perfect for your oriental card. Very pretty!

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  8. Perfect challenge card...Tilda looks great and the vellum screen goes along perfect with her! Awesome job.

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  9. Wow, you really captured the theme, the screen looks real and pops off the page! fabulous!

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  10. Acccch I love this image and you made a great scene with sakura flowers and DP aalso lovely..cute cute and really Adorable scene Loz luv this much..hugs, Monika

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  11. Oooooh! She's adorable, Loz! Fab colouring too, my friend. Have a lovely week!
    hugs, Asha

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  12. I love how you made the vellum screen, it looks wonderful!

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  13. Cute little image and velum shoji screen.

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