...it's been ages. Thank you for still checking in! My fault of course - I have got out of the swing of blogging, mostly because I have had lot of trouble with my camera but am too tight to replace it because it does sort of work sometimes. But yesterday I was gripped with a passion to create something and I'm thrilled with the result.
As you may have noticed I love a bit of punch art and I saw a super-cute little geisha girl on PInterest. I tracked it down as far as Aussie SU demo Kylie Bertucci, who in turn credits her sister-in-law Angela with the idea, but there is no further link or instructions. I immediately started experimenting, and also set to Googling geisha art and images and have come up with this cute little lady. For starters I have used her for a good luck card - several people I know have offspring going to Japan to teach. I thought she looked like she might be making a wish as her eyes were closed, so I used a "make a wish" sentiment from my stash and the little airplane from the SU set called Around the World.
I used three punches: Stampin Up's large oval, StampinUp's Word Window and a round punch for the hair. This little design such a good way of using up small scraps of designer paper, and lots of potential for changing her "look".
Hope you like her, the instructions will be in my next post!