Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Kimono Boy Book Mark

Look who she found amongst the Cherry Blossoms! A boyfriend! Hah!


Below view is Boy's Kimono and bookmark.

Front and Back View

Instructions for Boy Kimono:
1. Top: 7-1/4"x 2-3/4" , score info same a Girl Kimono posted 1/12/09.
2. Boy "skirt": 2-1/4"x3-7/8", score @1", 2-5/8". Adhere to Top at back. Finished length to be same as Girl Kimono.
3. Tie Grosgrain ribbon around and secure with glue dot.
4. All other instructions for head and book mark same as Girl Kimono.
Supplies:
  • Stamp: Embrace Life, Best Yet (retiring Hostess set)
  • CS: Brilliant Blue,Bashful Blue, Naturals Ivory, Black
  • Ink: Brilliant Blue, Craft White
  • Accys: 1/4" Bluebird Grosgrain (retired SU), Glue dot, Stampin' Write Pixie Pink and Black Pen, 1-3/8" Circle Punch, 1-1/2" Circle Punch, Round Tab Punch

Thank you for stopping by today.............

5 comments:

Elisa said...

Hi Patti,
Thank you for subscribing on my blog. I am still learning as well on how to use the blog. How did you add the link of your favorite bloggers on your blog? Your creations are wonderful. I have been following your blog (I have subscribe long time ago). too! Keep it coming! Oh yeah to leave a comment on the bottom of each entry just click on "comment" it will give you a window where you can leave a comment. It is cold here and we have lots of snow coming. I'm in Canada! brrrr.

Creations by Patti said...

Hi Elisa, I don't know how to e-mail you back since your blog doesn't have a "contact me" area. To add favorite blogs: go to the blog area where you will see 3 tab sections: Posting, Setting, Layout. Cjose Layout and tehre should be a box "add a gadget". Try that. At least you have a counter on yours - I have to figure that one out! It's hot here in Sunny San Francisco, Calfornia.

Pattyjo said...

I love these!

My World said...

Hi Patti !!
like your asian creation very much...can you do little about Nepal also?...i have nowhere saw anything about Nepal soo....
hugs

Anonymous said...

^^ The Kimono is folded the wrong way round - only the dead had them that way.