6/12/2013

DeNami Product Spotlight!

 
Hi friends! I'm happy you could join me today! The design team at DeNami is sharing some amazing creations featuring our latest product spotlight. The {Starry Burst} is a cling stamp that holds many possibilities for those summer holidays or birthdays, as well as the Christmas holidays. 


I stamped the starry burst three times on kraft cardstock using pure poppy ink. Next I stamped it three more times and embossed with white embossing powder. I punched the center of the stamp with a 1  1/8" punch and colored the star centers with a red marker. These were added to the card with foam tape for a pop of fireworks! A simple polka dot embossed panel was backed with red cardstock, then added to the card. I notched out both sides of the card to continue with the circle pattern and provide a place to wrap the twine.


I'm really hooked on the cute Petit Four sentiments! This one is from the Thoughtful Greetings set. I suppose this card could say Happy Birthday to America or an individual!! I really must remember not to use white ink on red cardstock unless I emboss. It starts out white and over time I think it looks sort of pink. Note to self!!!

A great BIG thank you and WARM welcome to my newest followers. So happy to have you on this blogging journey with me!!! Have a delightful day and be sure to visit the DeNami design team. Like I said, they have some pretty amazing projects for your viewing pleasure! Take care~Lisa

19 comments:

Tracey McNeely said...

So cute Lisa and I love the way you popped the circles on the starts. The embossing looks great on the vellum.

~Tammy~ said...

I am really hooked on the Petit Four sentiments too! Love your fun design Lisa! Love how the circle in the center is stamped in white. Have an awesome day!

Kara Lynne said...

So much "movement" on this card! Your circle theme with the stars really works perfectly!

Larissa Heskett said...

OH AH OH AH~Lisa this card is making me READY to oh and ah over the BEAUTIFUL Fireworks!! I LOVE this design and the way you used Kraft as your base!! AWESOME and so pretty with all of the other elements and touches you added!! ;) THANKS for sharing and have a FABULOUS WEEK!! ;)

Heather Jensen said...

This is fabulous! I like how you notched the sides for the twine bow. :)

Kara said...

very cool!!

Jinny Newlin said...

So, so fun! LOVE your play on circles and the way you've lifted the centers of your star bursts! So cool!

Emily Keaton said...

What an awesome way to use this fun stamp! Love how you popped up the centers with circles punched from the middle of each design. And the red, white, blue, and kraft combo looks AWESOME!

Mona L. Pendleton said...

What a fun card Lisa! Love the rhinestones and embossed layer!

Geri said...

Cute, cute, CUTE, Lisa!!! Love the vibrant red and blue on the Kraft!

Sue Lelli said...

I LOVE how you popped the circles in the middle of the starbursts! FAB idea! LOVE this card!!!

Marybeth said...

Love the stars! I seem to have them on almost all my cards lately! I like the way you notched the edge and adde the twine, fun idea. Good tip about white on red. Love this card!

Greta said...

Oh boy do I love how you used that stamp, Lisa! Now it's on my wishlist!

Jackie said...

Love the bold colors agains the kraft cardstock!!! Super fun card.

Savannah O'Gwynn said...

OHHHH! I LOVE the three starry burst-- they look like fireworks! LOVE the embossed paper (I MUST get out my embossing folders!!)!!! FAB card:)

Deb said...

Lisa, I love how you intermixed your inks and coloring! Simply a fantastic card!

laughadaisy said...

Such a clever use of the stamp, Lisa! Of course, that doesn't surprise me - you're always coming up with clever uses for your supplies.

I love the little bursts you created here, and I love the colors and the twine and the tag and the polka dots.... You get the picture, I'm sure. ;-)

Fabulous job!

Michelle said...

Love this birthday card, lisa! The dimensional centers are perfect! Love the scattered gems!

Mary-Anne V said...

Amazing card...love the design.