Friday and

It is  snowing again, and it is foggy.  I had planned an afternoon away from home but that may be postponed. The Oriental Stamp Arts One sheet wonder challenge was quite a lot of card crafting fun, so much so I decided to do it again!  I always need a lot of Oriental cards, I send birthday cards and "RAKS" and "DAKS" as well as  the swap and mingle cards so doing this helps add to that stash.
For this part two of the challenge I used a sheet of G45 Birdsong paper that looked less like card panels than the last one, which I think is more the point of a one sheet wonder set.

This sheet is double sided which gives me more options.  I used the entire sheet except on piece of paper that measured 1x2 inches

Two sides both a stripe type look

Here is the finished batch , these are all the smaller half sheet size and all are on 100# black faux leather textured paper.
To qualify for the challenge as with all OSA cards, there must be at least one hand stamped Asian image on the card.
I enjoyed  coloring the geisha's with alcohol markers and distress inks
 close ups


This is a digital stamp I colored in with pencil and then used distress ink along with a little glaze in the flower.

My Next project is a new release by Karen Murray I'll be making samples for her stunning Word Art!
I hope you have a great day and get some down time in this weekend!
Ginny M


Carolyn said…
Your cards are stunning. I love the Bird Song series and your cards should be featured in the Graphic 45 Gallery.

Jan Castle said…
Each a work of art would never even think it all came from one sheet of paper. I sooooo want to do this OSA challenge, but not sure time will allow!
Davi said…
Stunning cards Ginny, you amaze me how you make so many gorgeous cards in one day!! I love the oriental theme. Hope your weather gets better, to bad I cant bottle some of mine and send it to you :)

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