What a fun sketch! I added a few extra layers but I think the basic sketch is still recognizable.
My bento box was stamped on vanilla w/ coal ink and colored w/ markers and cut out. It's attached w/ foam tape to a black nestie rectangle. The antique looking bg paper is from an Oriental collage paper pack I've had a really long time. The horizontal band was stamped w/ sushi rolls and edged w/ black. The red paper is dp.
Everything is layered onto a black card and the corners were die cut and attached. The greeting was stamped over another of the collage images. I cut around the out of the box areas, then used a nestie flower shape to die cut it. I sponged around the edges of all the vanilla and collage papers w/ soft sand ink. TFL
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Wed, Jan 28, 2009 @ 3:53 PM
Wow, would you just look at those amazing corners! Love the colors here! Wonderful details! TFS :0)
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Wed, Jan 28, 2009 @ 3:57 PM
This is really a great Asian card. I've actually been looking for boxes for my kids lunches. No such luck. How cool is that. I love it.
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