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Sister Stamps Release #20 -- Misaki

Hello!  Last day of previews for Sister Stamps Release #20.  Today the focus is on Misaki.  Her pose is so adorable chasing the birds. 

I made another pop up box card following Eunice's tutorial.  This box is black with some gold trim and covered with pretty washi paper.  I actually love this washi paper so you may see it a lot on future projects.  This does close flat but not too flat because of the tissue paper I added in the front.  I also glued on some flowers onto the tissue paper.

Here is a close up.  The sentiment was purple but since that didn't quite match my project I just colored it black with my Copic marker.  I die cut the gold 40 using CC Cutters numbers die.  I added some gold dots in the shape of flowers onto Misaki's kimono too.

Check out the rest of the DT too!
Jenny (Sister Stamps)
Debi
Linda
Linda's You Tube Channel

The release day is Saturday and I'll have another project to share too.

Thanks so much for stopping by!


Comments

Heidi Brawley said…
OMG this is totally Adorable!!! Love it!!!
Rachel Parys said…
How cool is that! I might have to have a little look-see at this tut! Super cute!
Jazzmom said…
Lovely project ... I love how you colored Misaki's kimono!
Wowser, this is da bomb. So much life to this pop-up box card. Totally love it. Can't wait to pick up my stamps. Woo-hoo.
Cheryl said…
So cute! Yeah, the japanese paper is pretty! Cute matching kimono!
Leanne said…
Holy Cuteness woman! This is drop the jaw gorgeous!! Nuff said!
^.^
RiNNE said…
Awesome awesome awesome!!

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