We had a GREAT time yesterday at the Craft Garage Sale/Open House day! It was fun doing a messy make and take AND seeing people leave with literally boxes of bargains! (I am the de-clutter queen!) Four people asked me to make it an annual event, so keep an eye out for the next one!
Today’s share is the second project using Artistically Asian. As you may know, I gifted my Stampin’ Up! direct team members a class kit – 2 projects with 16 kits, two samples, video instructions, and the stamp set in each kit. (See Part One) Today’s project is the second Artistically Asian project in that particular class kit:
I’ve been wanting to make this Shoji Screen style card for years, and what better images than these for this project?!
The little tassle is made with the Basic Black Baker’s Twine. It’s easy to make one – I simply wrapped the twine around a little piece of cardboard about four or five times, cut on one edge and then tie near the top (folded edge) with a bit of the Gold Metallic Thread.
The images are again inked up using the Basic Black and Real Red Markers. Easy and striking!
**** Order the Artistically Asian stamp set and I will send you this project and instructions for FREE! Offer valid until 31 Jan only.
Enjoy the rest of this windy weekend and thanks for stopping by!