Sunday, September 8, 2013

DeNami Design Kraft Hop - Dream Big Wall Deco



Welcome!
You should be arriving here from the Grand Greta, if not, please visit the Denami Design Blog (HERE) for the complete blog hop line up.

 
When: The blog hop starts on September 8th at 6 AM, PST. However, you have until September 9th, 2013, 11:59 pm PST, to leave comments on all the blogs (to be eligible for a prize).
Why: To be inspired by fun DeNami Design creations 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 will be giving away one gift certificate to a random participant (DT members not eligible) and then they will also be giving away TWO gift certificates to TWO people who comment along the hop! 


For my project, I created a wall deco piece for my kids room.
It is placed in a shadow box to allow for dimension.
There are lots of layers paper pieced in this project. Here is what I did...
I stamped the DeNami window stamp (found HERE) 4 times,
once on vellum, then on the green patterned cardstock, then on red cardstock,
and on white cardstock. I then stamped the Denami chick with the flower (found HERE)
onto the vellum, then inked up the butterfly from the chick with net stamp (found HERE)
and stamped that in the opposite corner of the window.
Then I used a butterfly trail clear stamp (found HERE) to tie it all together.
I colored the image with my Copics, only after flipping over the vellum
and coloring on the other side (to avoid having my stamp image smear during coloring).
I think by using the vellum it gives it more of a window feel to the project.
I then cut out the window panes from the white cardstock
and the green cardstock. The green cardstock had a wonderful pattern
which reminded me of a valance, which is why I used it.
It is from The Sweet Stack Paperstack by DCWV.
I replaced the white panes with the green
then matched it up with the vellum and carefully added glue
to each corner and the majority of glue to the planter area.
Cut the planter piece from the red cardstock found in my stash and used double sided foam
adhesive to attach it for dimension, only after tying some bakers twine on.
I took my brown Kraft cardstock and ran it through the fiskars crinkle thingy
then attached the window using Tombow glue (my favorite).
The tag was made using a Cuttlebug tag die
and is stamped with the words "dream big" (found HERE).
For the roof I used the same cardstock as the planter.
And with some fancy edge scissors, I trimmed three strips of paper
and layered them strategically to look like a roof using
double sided foam adhesive. I then trimmed it to fit into the shadow box.
I hope you like it and find that it inspires you to
dream big in your creations with DeNami Design Stamps!

Here it is hanging on the wall...


Your next stop along the hop is Playful Pattie but first,
may I suggest you take a moment to leave some "love"
in the comments section and click to follow my blog?

Here's why...BLOG CANDY!!!
One lucky person who completes both of those tasks
will receive a Blue Moon Creation Crafting Station Grab Bag
that is full of spooktacular craftiness fun for Halloween for only $1.00!!!
(*This covers only a portion of the shipping cost, but it will enable me to
print the postage at home, verify your address, and it will provide you with tracking info.
Please note that participants outside of the USA will be responsible for
the entire shipping cost if they should win, and tracking will not be available). 
Enjoy the rest of the hop, you are almost done! Thanks so much for stopping by!

35 comments:

  1. Thia, I love your shadow box art! This is lovely!

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  2. This is so pretty! I love the dimension!

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  3. This scene is super cute... It makes me want to make one!

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  4. Not just for cards! A good thing to remember and what a great way to decorate the kids room! Step-by-step so helpful to understand all you put into it and for someone who would like to follow your inspiration!!

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  5. I love your scene!< So cute and thanks for telling us the 'how-to'. I'm sure your kids will treasure this. TFS

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  6. What a wonderful work of wall art. It is perfect for your kids' room.

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  7. Perfect design for Kraft stock. This is a really, really cute card! Sharon

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  8. Fantastic decoration! Love the Kraft and chick!

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  9. That is a super cute scene you created!!

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  10. Hi Thia!! Excellent hop! Thanks for the inspiration. I enjoyed your kraft project very much! Thanks for such detailed info. I just got a box of corrugated kraft cards and you've given me some ideas on how to use them. As you know, I've created a project for this hop as well, hope you stop by and leave a comment as well. Take care.

    La-Vie B.
    Follow me at C’est La-Vie Designs Unlimited, LLC

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  11. Great idea for their room! I'm sure they will enjoy it!

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  12. What a sweet piece for their room! What a darling piece!

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  13. very sweet piece for the room!!! Love it!

    Hugs,
    Jo
    ♥ Jo's Scrap Shack ♥

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  14. The first time I saw this chickie was tonight on this blog hop and now it is tops on my favorite things list. I love window scenes and this was exceptional. Thanks for sharing!

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  15. Very cute wall decor.
    Love the little
    chickie with the
    flower!
    Carla from Utah

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  16. Super cute! I love the "dream big" tag!

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  17. Very cute framed piece and I like the inspired sentiment.

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  18. This is as cute as can be! So happy you could hop with us ;)

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  19. Super cute, project! Love all of the special details you included!!!

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  20. What a fun project. It's super darling!

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  21. Thia, this is INCREDIBLE!! WOW! I love every single detail! Thank you, also, for your sweet comments on last month's blog hop. I'm sooo glad you've discovered DeNami Design! I hope to see your creativity continue to shine on future blog hops! BEST WISHES!!

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  22. This is a very creative card. I love all the dimension!

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  23. Super fun creation! Love the window stamp! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  24. What a great idea!! And such a cute scene!!
    Thank you so much for sharing and for a chance to win a goodie bag :)

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  25. Oh my! Your card is lovely. So much work and so many great details.
    Thank you for the great inspiration! :)

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  26. really cute card.
    syeda
    syeda_lubabah@hotmail.com

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  27. This is just darling! What a cute and creative use for kraft :-)

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