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Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Elegant Blossoms

Hi All!

Today I have a card made by Nami herself. While I was at CHA, I was browsing through the cards that Nami recently demonstrated. I was completely blown away by this simple yet gorgeous card. There's something about these colors and the fun ruffling of the ribbon! Nami has a knack for creating simple cards but making them amazing. I've watched her stamp for many years, but I never get tired of watching her! :)

I have an exciting announcement to make today! DeNami Design will be hosting our very first blog hop on Sunday, August 15th. For our first hop, we will be having all of our design team members + 3 very special guests playing along. More details in the next few days.....

In other news, we are almost to 1000 people who 'like' us on Facebook! Once we reach the big number, we'll be doing a giveaway! Be sure to spread the word....the sooner we hit the number, the sooner we can give items away! :)

Thanks for stopping by the DeNami Design blog today! We'll see you again with a new card + more details on the blog hop!






Stamps: Elegant Floral Leaf Sprig, Elegant Floral Blossom, Small Scallop Circle, Decorative Flourish, Three Line Border
Paper: White, Aquamarine, Chocolate Brown
Ink: Vintage Sepia, Sea Breeze
Other: Quickie Glue Pen, Blue Ice glitter, Baby Blue grosgrain ribbon, Marvy 1½" scallop circle punch

3 comments:

Tenia Nelson said...

Gorgeous card and yay for the blog hop!!!

Vera W. Yates (Ling) said...

Yay, looking forward to the blog hop. :) And that card is gorgeous. Love the ribbon!!

Sharon said...

Nami showed me how to do this ribbon technique at the Cincinnatti Stamp Show this weekend. I really enjoyed how quickly she can put together a card, and she was so kind to a newbie card maker.

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