Thursday, January 17, 2019

The Greeting Farm's Stamp Feature - Decora Anya


Happy Friday!  We are finally at the end of the week and the hubby is back from travel which means we a fun outing happening for the weekend!  Woohoo!  BUT not only is it Friday but we are showcasing the last stamp from the January release and this has to be one of my favorites.  Why?  Because she's super cute and she was inspired by the Harajuku girls from Japan.  I know not many of you know, but I grew up in Japan so this stamp hits super close to my heart!  Here's a little info on what/who are Harajuku Girls...

Harajuku Style, which is a playful, colorful mix of girly and punk. The street style originated from a postwar combination of American and Japanese culture and formed mainly around the Harajuku district in Shibuya, Japan. Harajuku Style challenges you to be different from mainstream fashion and embrace something more colorful and liberating! Here are some pictures of Harajuku Style:

And here is another simple card, wanted to showcase the image and the background paper.  Hopefully it conveyed what I was going for:

You could see more creation using Decora Anaya on The Greeting Farm blog.  You could get Decora Anya here.

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