Hello again

I had a great time working with the Kimono papers (take a look at my blog Three Little Maids) so I decided to see what could happen if I incorporated the new Reveal It's.

I literally swooshed the brilliant Tim Holtz Oxides over the magical card and buffed it up. I used Fossilised Amber on the background card and the topper. It's a very useful trick to co-ordinate the look of a card. I wanted the topper to pop out so I mounted it onto black card. Personally I like black and yellow together. All that was left to do was paper punch a few blossom shaped flowers from scraps of Kimono paper and add a few gold pearl drops.

Again I created my own background colour using Wilted Violet. I then cut the card into 3 panels and stuck it down onto a 6 x 6 card. The card toppers are very sweet and I added to this one further by stamping small leaves and blossom flowers around the edge. I layered this up onto a die cut circle from the papers. I love the little punched flowers so added them to this card too along with a mix of ribbons.

This time I used red ink ( Fired Brick) synonymous with Japan. I blended the ink over the reveal it topper and the magical lanterns appeared. The same ink was then used on the matching blossom designed background. I layered up on black card again and die cut some matching flowers. This time I added a red flower sequin to the centre. Nuvo drops (Red Berry) were added to finish the card off

Last but not least I worked with Broken China. I inked and cut 3 panels again to create the background. The geisha girl toppers are adorable and don't need much to improve them but I did highlight them with a little sparkles. I cut an old sentiment tag to produce the three words. I'm sure you can see that I used the trademark flowers (which I cut from the left over from the sentiment tag) and added a matching butterfly to finish off.

The Kimono kit is fabulous but incorporate the reveal it's as well and the main kit will go so much further. That's all for now

Much love x Elisabeth x

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