Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Sweet Little Geisha

One of my favorite movies and books is Memoirs of a Geisha. Although my card doesn't come near the beauty of Sayuri or even Hatsumomo but I do love this sweet little Geisha image from The Greeting Farm. She's not available at the moment because she was a digi-image and recently voted to be immortalized in rubber. I created this card for a swap that I'm participating in. I have trouble with Asian design so I signed up for this swap to break me out of my box. And I decided not only is it for the swap but as my entry for The Pink Elephants next challenge: ribbons and die cuts.


The decorative paper is American Crafts purchased at Michaels. I printed Geisha Anya out wallet size and used my prismacolor pencils to color her pulling the colors from the paper into her Kimono. Then, with the help of my friend Joni teaching how to look up Kanji, I found the Kanji character for "love." This card displays the simple elegance that I like. I hope you enjoy it, too.


8 Encouraging Thoughts:

Ann said...

What a fabulous card - I too love it's simplicity.

Thanks for sharing it with us at the Pink Elephant this week.

Ann xxx

~Lori (loree2000 SCS) said...

I like your coloring! The image and PP compliment each other well.

Thanks for playing at TPE!! ~Lori R

Angela said...

How cute, and that Dp is awesome... great coloring on the image.

Thanks for joining us at TPE...

Angela

Ruby said...

I love your card, the paper you've chosen to go with it is perfect :o)

Moni said...

Gorgeous card! Love the image! Hugs, Moni

Carol said...

I love your little Geisha! fab DP too...thanks for playing along this week :)

Hugs
Carol x

Jessica G. said...

Great job with the Asian style -- I really like your geisha's coloring!

Just wanted to let you know I left you a 'This Blog Measures Up' award on my blog:
http://jessobsession.blogspot.com/2009/03/blogging-award-catch-up-time.html

Your blog is awesome!

Robin said...

What an adorable card! I was just perusing The Greeting Farm today for the first time and have a wishlist set up. lol This little Geisha is precious and I can understand why she is being pressed into rubbah!! I love seeing colorful Asian cards. I get tired of always seeing red and black ones. This is refreshing! Thanks for joining us at TPE!
Robin

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