Friday, February 6, 2009

Greetings from My Japanese Geisha Girl

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Geisha Anya is another image in the digital
range from The Greeting Farm.
The digital images are a bit of fun, however I
don't believe you can ever replace the satisfaction
you get from inking up and stamping a rubber stamp.
Keep a look out at
www.rosesonpaper.com for
the new range of The Greeting Farm rubber
stamps, arriving very soon.
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My two wonderful DT friends, Lim and Susan,
have given me inspiration to make these wonderful
hat pins. Both of them have given me great
information, advice and ideas on how to create these
decorative pieces to add to my cards.
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I had been feeling very envious of their shopping
sprees to Michaels to buy their beads, when I came
across a brilliant store right on my own doorstep.
Funky Lulas, right in the heart of Mornington, is owned and
operated by a wonderful lady, Kim from Oregon, USA.
I've made a couple of purchases there already
this week, and I know it won't be long before I'm
back for some more of those gorgeous beads.
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Ingredients:
Geisha Anya - The Greeting Farm
Far East Mat Stack - DCWV
Copic Markers
atyou Spica Markers
Head Pin, Assorted Beads
Prima Flowers, Glitter
Nesties
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3 comments:

Rosette said...

Wow Peta... now it's me gatting jealous of those hat pins:)) lol

joking huuny.. thay are amazing, as is the beauty of this creation. Love it!! Now we're getting all anya!! :)

hugs sweetie xx

Jodi said...

Very pretty and so creative to use the hat pin on your card for her hair! Hugs,Jodi =)

Susan said...

Oh, what a beautiful job you did! You're beads are just gorgeous and I love the purples and lavenders you used! I want to shop at your store! She's just too adorable! So glad to give you some inspiration!

Hugs to you,

Susan

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