Wednesday, January 26, 2011

DeNami Product Spotlight: Sweetheart Mimi

It's time for another Product Spotlight at DeNami Design!! Today we're featuring the newly released Sweetheart Mimi!!! I have always LOVED Mimi---she's so chic and stylish! Plus, she's lots of fun to color and/or paper piece! 

I stamped Sweetheart Mimi onto an oval that I cut with my Petite Ovals Nestabilities (Spellbinders). After coloring Mimi with my Copic Sketch Markers, I flipped the Nestabilities oval upside down (so the smooth side was facing up), placed it on top of the die cut and used it as a mask. I then applied Rose Bud Memento ink with a sponge around the inside edges. I've seen lots of people use this technique in blogland, but had never tried it. I'm really happy with the results. Here's a closer look at Mimi:

This was also the first time I've ever used a doily on a card! I found these heart-shaped doilies at Michaels and thought they were a perfect combo with my new Martha Stewart Lace Heart Edge Punch!

So...what do you think? Ready to make some Valentine's Day cards? Be sure to visit the DeNami Design Blog for more inspiration from the amazing Design Team!!! And check out the on-line store for LOTS of fabulous stamps and supplies to help you create your Valentines!!!

Thanks for stopping by today and for all of your sweet comments!!!

Stamps: Sweetheart Mimi N135 (DeNami Design)
Ink: Tuxedo Black Memento (Tsukineko), Rose Bud Memento (Tsukineko)
Copic Sketch Markers
Cardstock: Stampers' Select White (Papertrey Ink), Kraft (Papertrey Ink)
Patterned Paper: Pattern Stripe Je t'Adore (Making Memories)
Die: Petite Ovals Small Nestabilities (Spellbinders)
Punches: Lace Heart Edge Punch (Martha Stewart Crafts), Small Heart Punch (?), Scallop Heart (Marvy Uchida), Round Binding Edge Edger Punch (EK Success)
Heart Doily: (Royal Lace)
Buttons: Boutique Buttons (DeNami Design)
White Floss: (Janlynn)
Clear Stardust Gelly Roll Pen: (Sakura)
Double-Sided Adhesive: (X-Press It)
Pop Dots (All Night Media)


Jenny said...

I think this turned out so super cute! I love heart border punch! Great color combo!

Michele Gross said...

So classically pretty! Its soft and sweet and delightful! Wonderful job :)

Unknown said...

The sponging around the oval is SO pretty. Love all of the texture you added with the punches, buttons, twine, and that gorgeous doily. A heart doily at Michaels? I guess I know where I'm going after the gym today! Thanks for the inspiration.

Ayana Posadas said...

Wow... Gorgeous!! So many layers, and I love the ALL! Especially that pretty doily peeking from the back. Love that border at the bottom too! Such beautiful details all around.

Paulina said...

Lisa, this card is so yummy! I love the doily, along with that heart border punch- it goes along with the Sweetheart Mimi SO well!

Laurie said...

OH my goodness! This is adorable! I love how you colored her! All the details you added in are just perfect!

Colleen Dietrich said...

This is so pretty, Lisa! Thanks for the nice comment you left for my whale card today. :D

Kristy Smith said...

Lisa I just love this! So feminine and beautiful! Your copic coloring is fabulous too... I really need to learn how to color things with that much precision with copics! =) Thanks for sharing!

Andrea M said...

Lisa, this is just stunning!!! Gorgeous! Love the doily! Great job Lisa!

Sue Lelli said...

Lisa, I must try that sponging technique ~ it looks so FAB around your MIMI!!! LOVE the doily heart and it looks so GREAT paired with that MS heart punch. PRETTY Valentine's Day card!