Thursday, August 25, 2011

Good Luck Yoko

Happy Thursday! Oooh, just realized that in exactly one week, you'll be able to pick up your new Sister Stamps! Woo Hoo! I can barely contain myself! I am anxious to share a surprise next week with you and also see what you all come up with with our new images.
Here's another Release 2 card to share with you by Aunty. She kept this one clean and simple... just my style! Sometimes all you need is something simple to say what you want to say. Yoko is great for simple cards since she is larger than our other images and fills up most of the A2 sized card.
Aunty added a "good luck" sentiment by Savvy Stamps. Ok, I'm not up to speed on Japanese culture and history, but I'm pretty certain that the crane has something to do with luck. Don't we all fold crane after crane for weddings, Yakudoshi's and other celebrations? I guess I'd better go look that up before everyone comments about me being wrong. Hee hee hee.

See ya tomorrow with another card!


  1. Adorable card by your Aunty! Love the gold frame and sparkly crane! TFS! ;)

  2. A very pretty Yoko, Aunty is so amazing with her detailing...the layout of her card is awesome too...

  3. So Cute. I love this image. I also love the PP that she used.


  4. Hi Jenny,
    Love ur Aunty's style. Beautiful card. Yoko is that big?! Woo hoo! Can't wait!

  5. Yoko is just a doll!!! Wonderful job Aunty!!

    haha! i had to fold 1001 cranes in less than 2 months for my wedding... CRAZY! but it suppose to represent patience... symbolism of the crane is long life, happiness and/or prosperity... which ever you would like to endulge... with this though, the interpretation of good luck is very fitting... since cranes also represent wishes... =D (yes, i did research the history of cranes a while ago for permanent ink purposes, heehee)

  6. Another super cute card. I love the washi paper and gold trim too.