Sunday, February 17, 2008

Using my scrap paper stash


Doesn't this Panda look like he's wearing a Hawaiian shirt? The stamp is by Stampin Up. I used Paper Studio paper for this card.


I've had these stamps by Curtis Uyeda for some four years now. I don't use them all the time; and in the past, I've colored the frame of the screens as well as the woman's robe. This time, I stamped the screens and the woman twice. Once on cream cardstock and again on scrap paper. The papers I used for this project are from the Far East collection. I also have a ton of prima flowers sitting on my shelf, so I added them to this card as a final touch.

This stamp is by PSX. I stamped it twice. Once on Basic Grey paper, and then again on scrap floral paper.

8 comments:

Kim H. said...

WOWZERS these are all gorgeous! I love all the piecing you did! The panda is so fun with that pp on it! The poppies are gorgeous! They are one of my favorite flowers. No one does Asia like you do! Awesome cards!

Jennifer said...

Well, Ethel! You did it again! More of your fabulous jaw dropping art. These cards are outstanding. Absolutely outstanding work!

Jennifer :)

Sue McGettigan said...

These are lovely Ethel - the poppy is mindblowing - all that detailed cutting out! Bravo!

Heather Grow said...

Great cards. I love your paperpiecing.

Gisou13 said...

Bravo pour tes cartes. Ma préférence va à celle des coquelicots. Elle est vraiment très réussie

liannallama said...

What fab designs! I love the geisha!

Tami Bayer said...

Amazing paper piecing in these. I love it all!

Sandy said...

Oh my! You just totally inspired me! I am playing hookey today, and was trying to figure out something out-of-the-box to play with when I drag my lazy self out of bed. LOVE your piecing and stamping on patterned papers!! Woohoo!