Friday, 16 October 2015

An Oldie on Friday

This is my 'Oldie for Friday'

If you fancy showing one of your old cards link up with Erika's blog.  If you leave her a comment  she'll pop in and pay you a visit too.

I made this card a long time ago with a wooden stamp I bought from QVC.  I don't know what it is.

I coloured the image with watercolour markers, a gold gel pen and a little black chalk on parts of her hair.  I outlined the geisha with a grey Zig pen.

I wound some Twilley's  gold thread on some black card then mounted my image.

I'd like to say hello and welcome to Jean who has just joined me here.  Perhaps you would like to have a look at her blog here.


9 comments:

  1. Fab oldie Barb....love how you've added the gold twine......very effective. Have a lovely weekend xx

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  2. Hi Barb,
    what a great Oldie.
    Love the image and your wonderful design.
    Perfect colouring in of that wonderful stamp.
    Have a wonderful weekend.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

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  3. How beautiful Barb, I love Oriental themed cards and this is right up my street, beautiful image and colours. A brilliant Oldie, Kate x

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  4. She's colored so well and I love the Asian theme! TFS your oldie today!

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  5. Beautiful card Barb, love the choice of colours and your colouring is superb

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  6. Gorgeous card Barb...Love the image and the colours together...Joolsx

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  7. Hi Barb, sorry I missed this earlier this weekend, great oldie and thanks for joining in this week. I love your oriental lady, great colours.
    Hope you have had a super weekend?

    Hugs Erika. x

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  8. Beautiful card, Barb! I need to pull out some of my Asian inspired products that haven't been used in ages!

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  9. Wow, she is beautiful, Barb! Love how you coloured her! The gold thread on the black card looks awesome! I enjoy seeing your oldies!

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