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Thursday, August 19, 2010

Glittery Espresso

Hello there!

Today we have another fun blue, green and lime card to share. Isn't it fun to see cards using the same colors with so many different themes? For this card, I pulled out the classic Espresso Scene and our new Polka Dot Background. This card is fairly simple, but with the fancy bow and glitter, it's far from boring!

This week has been FULL of lots of fun activities and some pretty amazing cards. We hope that you have had fun exploring all the different blogs and been inspired with new ideas and techniques. There's still one day left this week and it will also be a fun post. It's already time for the next blog challenge! This theme is one we encounter quite often- can you guess what it is?

On Saturday and Sunday, we will be in Colorado Springs for the Rubber Stamp & Scrapbook Expo. We have done this show for many years, and we're happy to be returning this year! At this show Nami will be demonstrating, and we are so excited to have DeNami DT member, Michele there. In addition, I (Paulina) will be there too! It'll be a great time of shopping, inspiration and fun! Click here to see all the details on the show!

Have a great day. We'll see you tomorrow for the next DeNami Design blog challenge!

Stamps: Espresso Scene, Polka Dot Background
Paper: White, Navy, Leaf Green, Lime, Sky Blue
Ink: Majestic Blue
Other: Baby Blue grosgrain ribbon, Sapphire Boutique Buttons, Quickie Glue Pen, Citrone glitter


JoAnn V. ( said...

So cute! I love the colors. :)

Tenia Nelson said...

Awesome card so excited to see y'all in the Springs again....see ya on Sunday!!!!

Lisa Petrella said...

Super cute card! I love that color combo---so fresh and fun! Looking forward to seeing you on Saturday in Colorado Springs!!!! YAY!!!


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