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Monday, 29 April 2013

Asian Panels

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Three more cards, this time using the glittered Asian Panels. This stamp is available from Non Sequiteur, which can be bought from De Stempelwinkel. It also used to be available on a plate from Tanda Stamps, but having just been looking, I see they are no longer trading.
I started off by matting the glitter panel onto some silver mirror paper, then onto Red glitter card.
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I used an assortment of oriental papers, the one with the lettering is a print off a Joanna Sheene cd, and the one on the left, which is the same image as the panel, was from a block of Kimono papers, from Arts & Crafts Direct. I remember buying these from a Hobbycrafts NEC show, and having searched the Internet, they only seem to be on e-bay, with a few items of cardstock!
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I added a triple embossed Kanji letter to one, and a Kanji letter stamped & heat embossed onto an alcohol ink background to the other two,with some cord wrapped around the spine as a final touch.The Kanji letters were bought a long time ago, and don’t seem to be available now, although Judikins do have 2 large Kanji cubes, and I’ve linked to that below.
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Links for the products:
 Samurai Plate 67, Non Sequiteur,De stempelwinkel
Kanji Cube 2
Kanji Cube 3, both at Blade Rubber Stamps.


Ria Gall said...

Hi Shaz
I love what you have done with these cards the panels are lovely and great use of colour, lovely

Krisha said...

Hi Shaz,
These are stunning cards! I like the Asian look, but haven't done anything with the Asian motif in a long time. You've sparked my MOJO

gardenpinks said...

Beautiful cards Shaz and what a sense of achievement you must feel after all your glittering :)
Lynn xx

Fandhmum said...

Hi Shaz,
I do like these, I think they may be my favourite glittery project so far, but I look forward to more,
Rosie x