Wednesday, February 8, 2012

For My Tweet-Heart


Hey there! It's time for another Product Spotlight at DeNami Design! Today we're featuring the Tweety Bird Border K83!!! Isn't it just too cute for words?!?!


One of my favorite things about this stamp is that the images are spread far enough apart that they are super easy to ink up individually! Here I inked up the two tweeties on the left first and stamped them. Then, I stamped the scalloped heart image. Then, I inked up the two tweeties on the right and stamped them. I stamped the Small Heart Outline within the scalloped heart and then onto a piece of patterned paper. Then, I inked up the center tweetie all by himself, stamped him into the center of the patterned paper heart and again onto a different piece of patterned paper. A little paper piecing, coloring and VOILA!

The sentiment was created in Microsoft Word. Kinda fun, huh?!?! I like it!

Want to see some more super creative and fun ways to use the Tweety Bird Border stamp??? Head on over to the DeNami Design Blog to see what my fellow DT gals created!!! These girls are SO INCREDIBLY TALENTED!!! And...as a reminder...the Tweety Bird Border is on sale this week for 10 percent off!!! YAY!

Thanks for stopping by!

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Supplies:
Sentiment: Created in Microsoft Word
Ink: Rich Cocoa Memento (Tsukineko)
Copic Sketch Markers
Cardstock: Charcoal (DeNami Design), Rustic White (Papertrey Ink)
Patterned Paper: Love Me (My Mind's Eye), Passion Fruit Journal (BoBunny)
Punch: Lace Heart Edge Punch (Martha Stewart Crafts)
Button: Aqua Boutique Buttons (DeNami Design)
Twine: Caramel (American Crafts)
Scor-Tape: (Scor-Pal)
Martha Stewart Scoring Board


4 comments:

Lisa said...

This is darling Lisa! Love your single little blue bird ;)

Theresa said...

Hi Lisa, this is just adorable!! Those chicks are just too cute! Great sentiment too.

Emily Keaton said...

Love your design for this sweet card, Lisa! You are so right--this stamp is perfect for inking images individually. And that makes it all the more versatile!!! You "done good" with that homemade sentiment--perfect. :)

Andrea M said...

Love how you singled out the center chick - what a great design Lisa! Great use of this stamp!