I love Geishas!!! I was wondering round Lakeland one day when I spotted some Geisha silhouette cut-outs, and of course I had to buy them. This card also combines Amy Butler Sakura (meaning blossom) matt paper with a hand-stitched image of Oriental poppies. I'm really into stitching on paper at the moment- and I'm currently working on a picture of the Japanese goddess Sengen (the goddess of blossom and Mount Fuji) in a similar way.
The two above were originally made for the Ostara season, they are big enough to contain a few small eggs, but sadly we may have to wait for the next one now!
I love this shape, it opens from the bottom, and is decorated with brads, cut-outs and paper ribbon.
These are a good size, so much so I had toyed with the idea of making a few more and using them to containg altered mini- books and such. What do you think?