Thursday, February 28, 2013

Off on the Chinese Orient Express!

Welcome aboard the Chinese Orient Express!

We have a wonderful blog train for you this month celebrating the Chinese Orient and the Chinese New Year!  Filled with the the bold and beautiful colors of the orient, you will surely find enough to create your layouts.

You should have arrived here from Digi Deborah Designs 
and will then depart here to ride on over to Pixeled Paper Designs

You can pick mine up by either clicking on the preview or the link below the preview.

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Have fun and a blessed day!
 
 
 

26 comments:

Anonymous said...

So Cute! Thank you.

Lori

Natalie, Kyle, Jacob, Dylan and Hunter said...

Thank you for your contribution. Your geishas really made me smile. I love the blossoms, too. Thank you for your creativity and generosity!

Lisa Troch said...

Thanks. This is really cute! I'll be sharing on my FB Page and my blog!

Linda said...

Thank you

Casey Massey, Digital Scrapbooking Designer said...

Sooo cute. Thanks for sharing. cm

cantabile21 said...

Thanx for sharing... the paper dolls are so cute! =)

Dawn said...

Such sweet dolls - thank you!

Connie said...

Thank you for the beautiful kit!

jayleigh3 said...

thank you for these little dollies. Don't take this as criticism, please, but these sweet girls are dressed in the Japanese traditional kimonos, not Chinese. The Chinese dresses had loops and beautiful cloth knots that served as buttons. and they were loose-fitting and were not belted. However, i will certainly have use for these sweet girls because i have friends from Japan. A young woman from China lived with us for several years when i was a child, and my aunt was a missionary to China prior to WWII. Asian styles are very different from country to country, and i realize it is hard for Americans to recognize that, so please don't think i'm being picky; i just thought you might like to know there is a difference. The Korean traditional style of dress for both men and women is very different from China, and so is the "native", traditional clothing of the Vietnamese, etc. However, that said, you have done a beautiful job with the papers i like these little Japanese ladies very much. Thank you.

Miss Becki said...

I love your contribution! Thank you! :)

VW said...

Thank you

Anonymous said...

Love the girls. You really show the flavor of the Orient. Thanks

Tammy said...

This is very cute. Thank you!

jobee said...

Thanks!

FussBudget said...

I was wondering if one of the designers would include some people in their kit. So glad you did.

eversoscrumptiously said...

Pretty papers, thanks!

Carolyn said...

So cute!! thank you so much!!

R2P2 said...

Thank you! And thank you to the commentor who explained some of the differences in traditional garb between Japan & China! Very informative.

Faiths Mom said...

These Oriental Ladies are very beautiful!!
美丽 & 美しい
shan, migoto, byu-tifuru, uruwashii, tsuyayaka, ka
Thank yo very much!!!

makeyesup said...

Thanks,, the Chinese girls are adorable.

P@M said...

Cuuute! Thanks!

craftychic said...

Cute :) Thank you!

Lis said...

Thank you I love it!

Luiza Pires said...

I love it!!! Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Oh thank you so much. I am going to Kyoto next month so these Geisha will be perfect for the photos I bring back :)

Shannon said...

Lovely, thank you