Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Snowflower card

Suzanne Dean of Color Me Creative Classroom has stared a new group called Book Endz.  We will read a book every month and at the first of each month there will be a new book announcement.  There will be discussions and chatter at the Book Endz group page.  

There will be a Book party at the first of each month and share projects that have been made in the theme of whatever boook is being read and Suzanne will have a giveaway and some fun prizes.  You can attend the party and join the group EVEN if you don't finish/read the book or make a project.  Everyone is invited to join in the fun.  


This month Suzanne chose Snowflower and the Secret Fan.  This is a Great good book to begin our reading journey.  I was able to read thru the book fairly quickly because it is soooo good and I also put the Kindle application on my iphone and found myself reading the book while waiting in line at the bank, while I got my nails done and even while I was at the dentist. 


Here is my card for this month:
The sentiment is from Repeat Impressions.  The blue paper is from Papertrey Ink and the oriental paper is some I've had for a very long time - there was no maker's mark.  It is like a rice paper or hand made paper.  I also used a tag die from Spellbinders.  The fans were 1/2 of the Tim Holtz flower die.


Thanks for looking at my card.  Have a HAPPY stamping day!



9 comments:

quiltindiva said...

I LOVE the paper you used! I got my Asian themed paper from an Origami paper pack!

Makiko Jones said...

Gorgeous!! The paper is so elegant and I love the paper fans!

charlene said...

very pretty

Sandy said...

Really nice Joy!
Sandy

Penny said...

Sooo pretty! :^)

Marlena Peduzzi said...

This is so pretty! Those fans and that background paper look just beautiful together!

Linda Palmer said...

This is beautiful. I love the blues, and the fan images are so cool. Love your card.

Gab said...

Joy that is just gorgeous. Blue is my favourite colour and you have used blue so beautifully here. I really love how you used the Tim Holtz die as the fan!!

Bessie said...

I'm completely loving those handmade fans and the paper its just perfect to illustrate the story. Beautiful card!

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