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Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Penguins in Igloo Card

Hi DeNami friends!

They say less is more, which sometimes really is true. This card uses the less is more technique and gives lots of impact with simple details. Lisa E chose some colors to make this monochromatic card POP! I love how she colored the penguins so that their bellies stood out. Such a delightful card and will make your recipients smile.

The Penguins in Igloo stamp is very versatile. You can cut out the penguins and make them pop. You can also stamp several and cut out a whole flock of them to be in the middle of a glacier background having fun.

What will YOU do with the Penguins in Igloo stamp? It will be so fun to see your creations.

Here are Lisa's instructions: 


Hi there! Lisa E. here and I have another card today featuring yet another of the new DeNami Design Christmas stamps. This one is called Penguins in Igloo and it's super duper cute!





 


I've added a piece of patterned paper to a white card base after die cutting the bottom edge with a Stitched Borders 1 Die from Pretty Pink Posh. Next I stamped the new image onto a scrap of white cardstock and trimmed it out. I stamped portions of the igloo again on scraps so they could be popped up. After coloring my penguins I added the image to the card with foam tape. I just love the way this previously released Whimsical Merry Christmas sentiment looks here! To finish things off I added some Stickles to the Santa hats, igloo and star centers.


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4 comments:

Pam said...

So cute!!

crazymom said...

Oh the little penguins are just darling!

Dorina D said...

Love the penguins and what a cute idea to make a flock of them as well. Great colorwork. thanks for sharing

Greta said...

This is just so cute--great design!

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