The little things that make me happy here on Bliss Road~~Emily Keaton

Sunday, November 10, 2013

DeNami Touch of Twine Blog Hop

Good morning, friends! And welcome to the DeNami Design Touch of Twine Blog Hop! Today the DeNami Design Team and customers alike are showcasing projects that show off any kind of twine.


Hopefully, you've arrived here by way of Ruza Rebel's blog, Ruza's Craft Corner. 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.)

Don't forget, there are some super-fun DeNami prizes to be won! Two lucky commenters will be drawn at random from among the comments left along the blog hop to win a $20 DeNami Design gift certificate! You have until Monday, November 11, 2013, 11:59 pm PST, to leave comments on all the blogs to be eligible for a prize.


Have you seen the great selection of baker's twine 3-packs that DeNami Design carries in the store? That's where I went for my twine on this card for today's hop:



That harvest-y twine that I used to frame the center panel comes from the Autumn 3-pack. I also used these items from the DeNami Design store:

Happy Thanksgiving stamp
Cornucopia stamp
EK Success Deco Scallop border punch
Rich Cocoa Memento ink
Vintage Sepia Versafine ink
Metallic Color Crystal Lacquer Pearl Pens

I'm so pleased with how my design turned out for this card!

I'm the last stop on today's hop, so that wraps it up! Before you leave, be sure to leave a comment to be eligible for the randomly drawn prizes.

Thanks for popping in today!
Emily

26 comments:

Pam said...

Cute Emily! Love the notches for the twine to stay in!

Barb said...

genius! what a perfect frame! love your coloring too :)

Tenia Nelson said...

This soooooo ROCKS!!!!!

Kristie @ mypaperlife.com said...

Awesome card!!! I love what you did with the twine!

Brenda in IN said...

Great frame with twine. I love the teeny cornucopia. So sweet!

~Tammy~ said...

Love your frame of twine!!! Perfect to showcase that beautiful stamp!!! Have a WONDERFUL day!

Denise Bryant said...

Pretty Cornucopia stamp! Love the beautiful fall colors you used on the card! Great coloring too!

cghundley said...

Cute and I like
the way you used
the twine on the
edges.
Carla from Utah

Benzi said...

Using the twine is such a pretty way to frame your Fall image. Love the plaid paper.

DisneyGirl0828 said...

What a warm and wonderful card. Love the technique you used for the twine. Great card!

lindaplus3 said...

Love your colors.... so fallish.. your card is soooo cute :)

Ruza Rebel said...

I absolutely LOVE your awesome card! The plaid looks awesome against your framed twine cornucopia! :D

Stacy @ Sweethearts + Sweet Tarts said...

Very cute card for thanksgiving - the twine frame is fabulous!

Evelyn said...

Love the plaid and scallops together with the notches for the twine!

Linda said...

Very nice autumn card! I'm so enjoying autumn this year and wasn't gone in a week or two so we've had time to enjoy!

Sheila H said...

Great design and colors - love the twine frame.

Greta said...

I thought about trying to make a frame, but that's as far as it went--LOL! You, on the other hand, totally nailed it! Love this card, Emily--the coloring & the twine!

Lisa said...

This is lovely Emily, the plaid DP is perfect with the cornucopia and I love the twine frame!!

Charlene said...

So cute and creative!!!

Sue D said...

Lovely Thanksgiving card--I like the design.

Auntie Em said...

Emily, this is just amazing! I love the plaid background for your pretty image. The twine border is such a sweet touch and I like the little scalloped edge on the orange. A beautiful way to send off Thanksgiving greetings!
Thank you for sharing! :)

Sherri P said...

very cute! love it

pajaropr@aol.com said...

Beautifu card, love the designer paper and the twine frame.

Thank you

Amanda said...

Great card design! I love that Denami cornucopia stamp!

Deb said...

Emily, I love how you used your twine to frame your sentiment and image! Love your card!

Colleen Dietrich said...

That's the cutest cornucopia stamp ever! I think the plaid paper you paired with it works so well, and looks very 'Thanksgiving-ish.'