This is my first ever shrine, and I loved it. I have always loved working in miniature, so this was an ideal challenge for me. I was inspired by Japanese inro, little boxes that were tucked into a kimono's sash as a pocket. The first one I made was a bit costume-y, and I didn't like it (after spending a lot of time on it, of course!). This is my second attempt, and I managed to put into it the essence of what I admire about Japanese art, while still retaining my own style.
Colour: Versafine, Sparkle and Sprinkle embossing powder, gold Krylon pen Stamps: Non Sequitur (ginkgo leaf), unknown (crane) Other: Japanese newspaper, origami paper, gold cord, Ranger Crackle Accents, gold card