Hopefully, you've arrived here by way of Karen Larkin's blog, My Life. If so, you are on the right track! If not, you'll want to head over to the DeNami blog to start the blog hop at the beginning. (And remember, if you get lost along the way, you can always head over to the DeNami blog to get pointed in the right direction.)
This month's blog hop is all about LAYERS!! Hop along for some great inspiration and comment along the way for a chance at some free DeNami products! Here are the details:
When: The blog hop starts on July 10 at 6 AM, PST. However, you have until July 11, 2011, 11:59 pm PST, to leave comments on all the blogs (to be eligible for a prize).
Why: To be inspired by beautiful frame creations featuring DeNami Design stamps and also the chance to win mini shopping sprees on the DeNami Design website!
Prizes: DeNami is giving away THREE $20 gift certificates to their website! They'll be giving away one gift certificate to a random blog hop participant (DT members not eligible) and then they'll also be giving away TWO gift certificates to TWO people who comment along the hop!
Well, without further ado, here is my layer-full card (7 in all) for today's hop:
My DeNami Owls Petit Four set plays a starring role. I had such fun watercolor painting these little guys and then layering them up. And the pennant banner was a hoot to put together!
Before you hop off to your next stop on the blog hop, be sure to leave a comment here for a chance at some free DeNami products. Now head on over to visit DeNami Design Team member Wendy Elliot at her Created by Wendy blog for some fabulous DeNami layering inspiration!
Thanks for stopping by today for a little slice of bliss!
Stamps: DeNami Owls Petit Four set; alphabet set by Studio G
Paper: Mark's Finest Papers natural vanilla bean fleck CS, Canson watercolor paper, Garden patterned paper from the Fly a Kite collection by October Afternoon, Stampin' Up! cardstock: bashful blue, chocolate chip, old olive
Ink: Versafine vintage sepia
Accessories: 1", 1.25", 1.5" circle punches, scalloped circle punch, scallop trim border punch, sewing machine, foam tape, mulberry paper roses, baker's twine from The Twinery
Techniques: machine stitching, watercolor painting