Wednesday, May 28, 2014


Hey there! It's Product Spotlight Day at DeNami Design! Today we're featuring an image that's perfect for creating cards and gifts for graduation season.

I decided to make and decorate a little envelope. It's the perfect size for holding a gift card (or check/cash) for the graduate.

I stamped the diploma onto the envelope and then again onto a white scrap of cardstock. I fussy cut the image from the white cardstock, added some shading with a marker, tied on some embroidery floss, and then adhered it over the stamped image on the envelope. I like the idea of matching the color of the embroidery floss to the school colors of the recipient (a fun detail).

Note: I made the envelope following a mini tutorial on Amber's blog, Damask Love. So super simple! You can find the post HERE.

How would you like a chance to win the I31 Diploma stamp?!?! Just leave a comment on this post and each of the posts below. Easy peasy!

Lisa Petrella --- that's me!

Thanks for stopping by!

Stamps: CL-I31 Diploma, "congrats" from PF48 Thoughtful Greetings Stamp Set, J16 Small Splatter (DeNami Design)
Ink: Onyx Black Versafine (Tsukineko), Tuxedo Black Memento (Tsukineko)
Copic Sketch Marker: W2 Warm Gray
Cardstock: PC21 White (DeNami Design), Kraft (Papertrey Ink)
Embroidery Floss: Gold (Janlynn)
Adhesive: Scor-Tape (Scor-Pal)
Seed Packet Envelope Instructions (Damask Love Blog) 


~Tammy~ said...

Love your envelope project Lisa! Great gift idea for sure!

Sue D said...

Great idea to give a graduation gift. I like the tied on floss.

Roey said...

so cute and thanks for the envelope instructions!

Pat M said...

Simple but effective

Annette Allen said...

very cool..

Deb said...

Lisa, I love that you used Diploma to accent your envelope! Simply perfect!!

Unknown said...

Yup...this is awesome! I love the idea of changing out the embroidery floss color.