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Monday, April 7, 2014

Noah's Ark

Hello there! It's Lisa P, and it's my turn to share a card here on the DeNami Design Blog!

I absolutely ADORE this little Noah's Ark image and decided to ink it up to make a baby card:

This single stamp is the perfect size for taking center stage on a card. I stamped the image onto a die-cut rectangle, colored it with markers and added some glitter to the ark for a touch of sparkle. I then matted the stamped panel with a rectangle die-cut from patterned paper and adhered that to my card base. I tied on some ribbon and's complete. Super simple!

I think this image would also be great for making baby shower invitations, baby announcements, and tags for baby/young kiddo gifts!

Thanks for stopping by!

Have a FABULOUS week!!!

J150 Noah's Ark
Copic Sketch Markers
Spica Glitter Pen: Sand (Too Marker Products Inc)
Patterned Paper: Let's Polka 6x6 Petite Paper Pack (Lawn Fawn)
Dies: Stitched Rectangles (Lil' Inker Designs)
Ribbon: Chevron Twill (Pretty Pink Posh)


Greta said...

Darling card, Lisa! Love the simplicity of the design letting that sweet image shine & the ribbon--oh my!

Lisa said...

Adorable card Lisa!!

Annette Allen said...

oh my Lisa's card is too cute.. i love it.

Sharon Hayes said...

I enjoyed your Noah's Ark card. You are right. It would be great for baby cards or invitations. I am wondering if you used more than one copic marker for the blending or if the animals are too small for that.

Dorina D said...

how cute! what a fun stamp. Nice work.

~Tammy~ said...

So sweet Lisa! Love this stamp, and you pushed this to the top of my wish list!

Diane Jaquay said...

That image is absolutely ADORABLE!

Sue Lelli said...

THIS is just the CUTEST card, Lisa! Love your colors and that big BEAUTIFUL bow!

Katie Ann Brooks said...

So sweet Lisa, love!


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