DeNami Amazon Store

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

DeNami Instagram

Subscribe via email

Enter your email address:

Delivered by FeedBurner

Friday, May 18, 2012

Step- by Step Tutorial by Tina

Hi there! 

It feels like it's been a little while since we did our last Photo Tutorial. Since we had the DeNami & The Twinery blog hop last Friday, we decided to focus on that. We didn't want to overwhelm you with too much inspiration in one day. :)

Today we have a Photo Tutorial that is courtesy of one of the biggest DeNami fans- Tina Milbourn. She is a contributor to the DeNami Addict blog, participates in our challenges and blog hops (she usually is the first one signed up!), actively adds to her DeNami collection and is a true sweetheart. 

A while back she was playing with our Clear Gusseted Bags and came up with this cute decorated wire tie and tag. She sent me a picture and I knew I had to do a Photo Tutorial on it. It's such a great idea and I know you all enjoy a good idea. Plus, it's so handy for birthdays, graduation, baby showers, etc..! 

Let's get started on the tutorial, shall we?

Other Supplies:
Momento Black ink
light weight floral wire- 7 ¾” long
paper trimmer
Tombow markers
clear stamping block

I hope you enjoyed the Photo Tutorial today. A great big thank you to Tina for putting this together for us! Again, if you haven't checked out the DeNami Addict blog, you'll want to stop by. There is lots of fun DeNami inspiration and they have also started doing challenges. Lots of fun stuff happening there!
Thanks so much for visiting the DeNami blog today. I will see you back here on Sunday for our Pretty Pastels Blog Hop. We have 31 amazing designers participating, so there will be lots of yummy eye candy!  See you then!


Stacy said...

What a cute idea! This would work well at valentine's and for party favors.

My four year old daughter thought this post was great because she saw her Memento Ink (she has it in London Fog) and her clear stamping block. I thought it was cute she picked up on that. I was like hey, you are using what the real artists are using :)

Dana said...

Holy crow, this is so clever. What a great tutorial! And the finished product is awesome. Thanks so much Tina!

Unknown said...

this is awesome! what a sweet idea, i never would have thought of how to do this. so creative of Tina :) thanks for sharing

Andrea M said...

AWESOME tutorial Tina!!!!


Follow Us

Follow Me on Pinterest


Join DeNami InTouch

enter your email address

Blog Archive