Aunt Betty [Teta Beta]

Japanese papers and botanical garden in Zagreb/Japanski papiri i Botanički vrt u Zagrebu

In Uncategorized on July 17, 2011 at 9:05 pm

Yesterday I met some new friends that love paper like I do.🙂 I had the opportunity to buy these two Japanese papers and I made a card out of them.

Jučer sam upoznala nekoliko novih prijateljica koje vole papir kao i ja.🙂 Imala sam priliku kupiti ova dva japanska papira, te sam napravila kartu od njih.

I used some stamps and did some stitching. The paper that I used for the flower is like the fabric so I actually stitched the flower. Before that I used some ink to give it some brown color.

Ovu sam kartu šivala i koristila sam jedan štambiljić. Papir koji sam koristila je poput tkanine, tako da sam cvijet zapravo sašila. Prije toga obojala sam ga s malo smeđe tinte. 

Challenges/Natjecanja: Moxie Fab World Challenge, Case Study.

Now, before I go to bed, I am leaving you with some photos from botanical garden in Zagreb. If you never visited Croatia, there are a lot of great places you  have to see.🙂

Prije nego odem na spavanje, ostavljam vam par slika iz Botaničkog vrta u Zagrebu. Ako nikada niste bili u Hrvatskoj, morate doći jer ima zbilja puno lijepih mjesta za razgledavanje.🙂

Every time I see these, a totally funny cartoon comes to my mind.🙂

Svaki puta kad prođem ovuda, sjetim se super crtića.🙂

Thank you for stopping by.🙂

Hvala da ste navratili.🙂

  1. Ajme, čestitka je divna! Prekrasno je kako svatko ima drugačiju namjenu za ovaj papir i viziju!🙂

  2. Prekrasna je, sviđa mi se slojevitost i ukras <3<3<3

  3. Absolutely gorgeous!

  4. Честитката е прекрасна…а исто така и цвеќињата.
    Ти пратив e-mail дали го доби?
    Уште еднаш ти благодарам за убавиот подарок🙂

  5. Čestitka izgleda fenomenalno. Mene tu najviše interesuje japanski papir, pošto radim origami. Verovatno bi se mogao iskoristiti i u te svrhe…?

  6. Wow, how creative to use the negative of that die! I love how it turned out, the stamping behind the opening is gorgeous, as is your fabulous ribbon treatment! Great work! Thanks for playing along with us at CASE Study this week!

  7. Hey Eli! Thanks for linking this up to the Fanatical About Botanical challenge in the Moxie Fab World! I’m so glad you joined in on all the fun!🙂

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