· Card:- Theuva, Co’oredinations Blue
· Stamps:- Remountable Asia/Oriental set, Pagoda
· Inkpad:- Adirondack Denim
· Bamboo skewers
· Promarker:- True Blue
· Cut three 6cmx10.5cm panels of Theuva card
· Using the Denim inkpad, stamp a lantern at the top right hand corner of one panel; (this will form the right hand panel) and the top left of another; (this will form the left hand panel). Stamp another lantern on a Post-it note and cut out to use as a mask.
· Mask one of the lanterns and with the long flourish stamp, create a border around the panel. Repeat on second panel. Stamp a border around third panel; this will form the middle panel.
· Make a mask of the Geisha on a Post-it note and cut it out.
· Stamp the Geisha in the centre of each panel.
· Mask the Geisha on each panel in turn and ink the Pagoda. Stamp over the masked Geisha.
· Mask off the left edge of the right panel and the right edge of the left panel with plain Post-its. Mask Geisha. Stamp the Pagoda over.
· Mat and layer onto Co’redinations card, each mat measuring 8cmx12 ½ cm.
· Cut three panels of Theuva card measuring 10cmx14 ½ cm.
· Ink the roof of the Pagoda and stamp to the second notch around each edge of each panel to create a frame. Mat Geisha images onto these.
· Lightly sponge blotted Denim in the gaps of the images.
· Cut strips from the remaining blue Co’redinations. Adhere strips to the back of each panel and roll edges to create a small cylinder; 3 cylinders on each side of middle panel; 2 to the right hand side of left panel and 2 to left side of right panel.
· Colour 2 bamboo skewers with True Blue Promarker and cut to size.
· Thread through the cylinders to form an Oriental Screen.
· To perfect the finish, using Theuva, I cut another 3 mats only fractionally larger all round than the matted image to cover the blue strips.