Friday, 29 June 2012

Taj Mahal Easel Card 

Hi there crafter's 

I hope you are all well and managing to keep dry
its hard to think its summer, dreading winter!!
Then again it might be warmer, you never know!

On to today's card.
This card is made from 

The Taj Mahal Scene stamp plate 


Jayne Nestorenko's
new collection of Grande Journeys .

I have used a die and made it into an easel card.
Then stamped onto the smaller layer, edged 
with distress ink and layered on top.
Being a decoupage fanatic I have decoupaged the 
building and the trees to give extra dimension.
Not because it needs it, just because I can ! lol.

I ,ve added the sentiment on some coordinating
 card and placed at the bottom.

The stopper is made up with the corners and borders from
the Asian lady stamp plate.
I have cut away the border lines and used the flowers,
again I have decoupaged up the flowers
and think they go together nicely to make a stopper with a difference.
I like to use things differently , its like a challenge to me
to use something in any way other than how it was 
intended to be used. It must be the rebel in me lol.

Its a simple card and very easy to make as the scene
does all the work for you.
Don,t forget to visit Jayne's website
 for more inspiration and great project.

I,m doing the next project so please look out for that in the coming weeks.
Hopefully I will be able to give you a sneaky peak nearer the day.
If you have already purchased your stamps why not craft along with us .

I have another inspirational card for you tomorrow
hope you,ll pop by to look.

until then

jens xx
Time for tea with Jayne Nestorenko
on facebook.

see you there .

1 comment:

Celia Harrington said...

Great card and looks great as an easle xxxxxxxxxxxxxx