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Saturday, 6 November 2010

Oriental ?

Tuesday Taggers challenge this week is A Taste Of The Orient, I don't have much in way of oriental stamps(although somewhere is a whole packet of oriental papers that I can't find ! ) but this triple embossed stamped panel has been in my bits and pieces pile for ever ! I don't even know who's stamp I used, its certainly not mine, its on mountboard so was always too heavy to put on a card. I had a lightbulb moment and decided to put in on the front of a notebook, just a plain white notepad ,covered with red card and some bits of decorative paper and ribbon, the metal thingy was in  another box of odds and ends. It might have been better it I had stuck it together a bit straighter but it can sit at the side of the computer for me to write all the stuff down that is usually on scraps of paper which immediately get lost . Going off to watch Pillars Of The Earth after I post this. 

6 comments:

  1. Oh wow Joan its gorgeous, so rich. Enjoy the drama tonight. Annette x

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  2. You couldn't fine anything much Oriental! this is wonderful lovely oriental feel with the panel, ribbon and coin. Thank you for sharing this with us at Tuesday Taggers. xx Zoe

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  3. Joan, its super and a great idea to make a book cover.

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  4. Hope you enjoed the show.It wasa good idea to put it on the note book and what I good ide the put it next to the PC I always loose my bits of papers too lol I wonder why lol
    Thanks playing along with TT this week
    hugs
    Ildiko

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  5. Absolutely gorgeous! Thanks for joining in our oriental challenge at TT this week!

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  6. This is beautiful - gorgeous colour choices x Thanks for playing along with Tuesday Taggers this week x Janet

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