Monday, September 17, 2007

Asian Love




Over at Angel's blog, I saw "Pay it forward", I was one of the first 3 to comment on a post of hers. Sweet Angel sent me a very nice RAK which I will share on my blog as soon as I get a picture. Thanks Angel, you are such a sweetie!
The first 3 comments on this post will receive a RAK from me. Then each of you (the first 3) do the same on your blog and so on and so on. It is a really nice way to share something with a fellow blogger. Thanks for stopping by and playing!

Now to the card !
The other day on SCS there was a challenge in which the embellishment used was limited. I am not sure what exactly it was called, but you all probably know the one I mean. Beate had used pine needles on her beautiful card, and another person used some discarded jewelry to make another stunning creation. I used horse tails on this Asian flair love card. Brown corrugated brown paper, Asian paper (source unknown), Certainly Celery (SU) Love symbol stencil ((Walmart). Brown raffia (Michael's'). Corner round punch (EKS).
Have a great Monday! Please email me your addie if you are one of the first 3 to post comment, have fun stampin'! Deb




14 comments:

ScrapMomOf2 said...

I love your Asian card. It's gorgeous!

I think "pay it forward" is a good way to go through life!

Rose Ann said...

What a gorgeous Asian card! I love the colors and whole design!

Fe-Fe said...

Wow! What a lovely card. I love the use of the bamboo on it. It's gorgeous.

Scrappy Moments said...

Well, I'm 4th in Line, but have to tell you, What a Darling card! I love the Asian look :)

Angie

Bee said...

Beautiful card, very original! :-)

May I ask what a RAK is?
I am still pretty unfamiliar with all the scrapbooking lingo (and blogger ling, LOL!)

Alexandra said...

Beautiful card my friend! And, YOU HAVE BEEN TAGGED so get on over to my blog and see what you have to do - LOL! *STAMPIN HUGS* Alex

chelemom said...

Love this Asian inspired card! BTW, I sent your goodies off on Friday...so you should get them soon! ENJOY!

Kimberly said...

It's lovely!

Crafty Connie said...

I usually don't do Asian but your card is gorgeous and an inspiration to move outside of my comfort zone and try an Asian motif.

Karin said...

This is a wonderful Asian card!

Theresa said...

Smashing card!!!

Crafty in Calgary said...

What a pretty card and a cool idea!

beate said...

What a wonderful card! It's beautiful!

Jen said...

this is pretty cool. I am always fascinated with oriental cards, but have not yet tried my skillz at it. I just bought some oriental paper the other day too.... so I'll have to push myself to use them. Thanks for the motivation.

hugs,
Jen