Friday, April 9, 2010

Kimono Gate Fold Card Using Cricut Pagoda

Greetings from Jakarta, Today's card is a gate fold Asia theme. I used one of the kimono cuts from the Pagoda Cartridge as well as the origami paper for the under layer. I used the Asian Cuddlebug folder Screen to emboss the yellow panels and added some printed ribbon to keep the card tied closed


Opened up

Detail of inside layers

Thanks for stopping by-
Bryan

15 comments:

  1. come home we miss you!!!

    Love this card! It is simply beautiful!

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  2. Wonderful!

    Is the kimono backed by a frame cut or a scrap with burnt edges? Ahm ... or both?

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  3. Wow!!! Bryan, that is SOOO cool!! LOVE IT!!! I'm trying to catch up on all your latest creations!!! How lucky are you, travelling in Asia??? Sounds wonderful!! Doing any ribbon shopping??? If you get a chance, please visit my blog. I posted my very first video!!

    Hugs!
    Linda
    www.lilgreenbugville.blogspot.com

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  4. Wonderful card Bryan. I love the Asian look. I need that Cuttlebug folder.
    Bryan, I am having a celebration with candy on my blog and I would love to have you join in the celebration.
    http://cardsbylinda.blogspot.com

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  5. Very pretty but what little I have seen of your work it all is.

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  6. beautiful job bryan!! i think i need to invest in the pagoda cart!
    marie

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  7. The Kimono card is simple, but oh so elegant.

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  8. Very nice card. Thanks for sharing.

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  9. I just love your card, & I Love the paper you used!!!Thanks for sharing, have fun in Jakarta & a safe trip back home.

    Rosebud222222222

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  10. I so need to buy the Asian embossing sets. I love ALL your projects. enjoy the rest of your stay and safe traveling.

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  11. What a beautiful card. The papers coordinate so well. You're so talented. Looking forward to following your blog often. Thanks for sharing your creativity.

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