Saturday, April 20

Asian Maya

The Maya bird used to be the national bird of the Philippines.  There was no day that I didn't see a Maya flying around, even in the city.  Then in 1995, they changed it to the Philippine Eagle, which is considered endangered species.  

Why am I telling you this?  Because I got to play with Maya Road goodies again today.  If you see the connection, I guess we have the same wave length, if that even makes sense.  Oh well, it's a Saturday!

So I dug through my box of Maya Road stuff, and decided to play with the Japanese Fans Stamp Strip and the Mixed Scallop Mini Triangle Banner Chipboard Set.  

I inked the chipboard pieces first, then stamped and embossed the top layer.

Materials used:
stamp:  Maya Road
ink:  Tsukineko
embellishments:  Maya Road chipboard, DCWV alpha stickers, Japanese twist tie & leaf sticker, wood beads, ribbon
misc.:  Inkadinkado embossing powder
adhesive:  Scotch, mounting tape


I will use these banners for a Japan-themed scrapbook page one of these days.

'Til next blog!

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