Monday, 20 December 2010

Tutorial and freebie papers

 Below you will find a printable tutorial to make the kimono's and some of the papers I made and sized ready for you to have a go (A4) . To make a mini version you can simply print them out on smaller size paper, or just cut a smaller piece, making sure to keep the same proportions. Do give them a try, they are a lot of fun, and look great on a card.

This is a gift box I made and decorated with kimono's

The box is only about 1/2" deep. Sorry it's such a bad pic, shouldn't have taken it on a white background. I've decorated it with my own papers and made the mini kimono's from my own papers too. I've kept the embellis  fairly simple. Just a few stickers (coloured with peel off pens), I've used bits of sticker 'waste' to embellish the kimono's.

                                                            

Printable Tutorial


Printable papers






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5 comments:

Nicecrane Designs said...

Love The kimonos Lindy,,,,,,,,I really love Japanese culture,,,,if you need some origami books let me know I have more than 2000.....

Dorcas said...

Thanks, Lin!:-)

Ulina Tauer said...

Good morning, Lin!
Oh, what beautiful kimonos you made - I´ve to try to make some myself immediately - thanks for the instructions!!! And thanks for all the papers - you´re veeeery generous!
Hugs,
Uli
The clock from your left sidebar is great - I´ll try to put in on my blog, too... :-) Thanks for all that inspiration!

Nannieflash said...

Hi Lindy they are gorgeous love your card its beautiful. With love and hugs Shirleyxx

Priyanka said...

wonderful Kimonos I see it first time, and u r very passionate in every crafting,wow beautiful friend.

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