Haiku Poems consist of three lines. The first and last lines have 5 syllables and the middle line has 7 syllables. Rarely do they rhyme.
This card was so fun to make- a little time consuming- but I love the way it turned out! I used dies from Frantic Stamper of the little Paper Doll Geisha's and Washi paper. The backing behind that is paper I bought in China a few years ago.
I used some Graphic 45 Bird Song paper for the background layer. When I worked on my Haiku, I decided to add a little Basic Grey Bird.
To see my little cheat about using the dies with many little parts, scroll to the end of this post.
This is the card I received back:
This was made by Laurel S in the About Oriental Art Yahoo Group- I think it is stunning!
Here is a little look-see on how I use these little dies with ease:
I apply 2" double sided tape to the back of the cardstock before I die cut- if you forget, you can add it after you die cut and roll the die thru the rollers again : )
You would add more tape if the dies were larger (just add it side by side on the cardstock).
And, Viola- dies are stick on the back : )
You will just peel off the white tape and viola- your die cut has a sticky back.
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