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I've used a combination of two Oriental kits from QVC and the lovely digital image of cherry blossoms by Chris Dark. I've noticed I could make screen out of those cherry blossoms. I scored at the back and used luster rub-on creams to distress them, did the same thing on the card and the cream embossed paper (the floor). Used a vellum to create the backdrop and finally cut out a lady playing the chinese harp.
I was saying to Vince how I need to add another card to my Oriental Card Making blog and when I woke up this morning I found this beauty in the craft corner. Vince used several stamps to create the background, tore handmade paper to create the panda bear and finally cut out the bamboo leaves from paper adding a touch of sparkle with Sakuras (Vince loves Sakuras). I just love this card ! And the goggly eyes crack me up. You can see the same technique used on a Hoppy Bunny Card on my other blog.
Hi guys, this week the challenge on Dare U 2 Digistamp was ribbon and I came up with this oriental card.

I've used one sheet from a QVC oriental kit for the background paper, a printed brown ribbon from HOTP (used the reverse) as it matched so well. Brilliance black lightening ink to give it an interference look. Coloured the stunning digital image from Chris Dark with Coloursoft and Sansodor.

Geisha is a tanda stamp ( I think ), I purchased second hand from the lovely Lin on the CraftTelly.com forum (Hi there everyone !)

Pearly accents of gem from one of those bumper pack you can buy at QVC. This is going to be my sister's birthday card you can see her gift for her 40th on my other blog.