Eastern Palace – Part Seven

By | May 21, 2017

Hi there

Well today was a total contrast to yesterday!  Beautiful blue sky and lovely and warm in the sun.  What will tomorrow bring?

Today I have the last project in my Eastern Palace Suite series to share with you.  I’ve used some of the Eastern Gold Vinyl Stickers on this project – they are a really good weight and easy to apply.

I have adhered two strips of stickers to either side of the mat – the gold looks good with the Tranquil Tide mat.  Next I adhered a strip of DSP but before I adhered the DSP I stamped the small image in Tranquil Tide in the centre of the design.  Don’t forget you can stamp onto the DSP to make your own design.  Next up was the strip of Very Vanilla then I added a length of the Fresh Fig Finely Woven Ribbon to cover the join.

Using the Layering Circle Thinlits Dies (as I mentioned before this die set coordinates perfectly with the Medallion Thinlits set) I cut a scalloped circle (about 1 3/4″) out of Fresh Fig then adhered another vinyl sticker.  The sentiment is from the Eastern Beauty stamp set and is stamped in Tranquil Tide and punched out using the 1″ circle punch and adhered with a dimensional.

On the inside of the card I stamped the small image across the bottom in Tranquil Tide.

Well I hope you’ve enjoyed seeing these projects – I’ve had fun creating them.

Don’t forget – if you would like to purchase either of the bundles you have until 31 May to do so.  After that date you will be able to purchase the various products on their own from the new catalogue.

Keep warm and see you back here soon.


2 thoughts on “Eastern Palace – Part Seven

  1. Jan Collins

    Thank you Paula for showing us these beautiful cards

    1. Paula Reid Post author

      Sorry the delay in relying – I’ve had technical issues with my blog for the last week! I’m glad you’ve enjoyed these – I had fun creating them 🙂


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