Sunday, 26 May 2013

An Oriental Delight

It was my friend, Neet's birthday in March and I missed it due to just getting back from holiday.  She is a designer and demo-er for Oyster Stamps who run the Sincerely Yours craft shows.  She is demo-ing today at the Lincoln show.  So I decided to surprise her by not only going but also giving her this make as a belated birthday pressie!!!  She should like it as her favourite colours are purple and lime green and she loves anything oriental.  

The main image is from the new LP #23 plate and stamped in stazon on crackly tissue paper.  Fresco paint colours, eggplant, guacamole, pansy, hey pesto, snowflake and limelight.  The frame is built up of a combination of lots of the newer TH alteration and movers and shapers dies.


chrissies said...

What a beautiful idea Sam I am sure Neet will thrilled to see you and to receive the wonderful make.

Hope you both have a great time at the show

Love Chrissie xx

Deborah said...

Stunning, Sam. Bet she loves it.

downrightcrafty said...

love the colour combo on this one and that shaping on the frame again
Hugs Kate xx

Carol Q said...

love the way you layer up the TH dies Sam to give dimension. the colour scheme is fab too

Marianne said...

Oh love these colours too!! Great creation... lovely!!
xxx Marianne said...

Stunning piece, I'm sure Neet loved it. The colours are gorgeous.

craftimamma said...

This is really gorgeous Sam. I like those colours together too and I agree with Carol about your layering of the dies. They look great and the stamping is lovely. I bet Neet was thrilled with it!

Lesley Xx

butterfly said...

What a great make, Sam - bet Neet loved it!!
Alison x

Alison said...

Lucky Neet! It's gorgeous Sam! Hope you had a lovely day!
Alison xxx

Sue said...

This is a stunner Sam, love the colours and you really rock the Oriental lool x


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