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Friday, June 1, 2012

Step- by Step Tutorial by Lisa

Good morning, DeNami friends! 

You all are in for a real treat. I know many (myself included) tend to use stamps just on cards. Well, our very own Lisa Petrella is here to show us how to stamp on clothing today. How fun is that? We'll be learning how to stamp on onesies today, but this technique can also be used on "real clothes" too!

DeNami Design Products

Other Supplies 
Fabric Paint
(I used Martha Stewart Crafts Multi-Surface Satin Acrylic Paint in Pool, Japanese Maple, and Spring Pasture.
Onesies: (Gerber)
Acrylic Block
3 pieces of cardboard

How amazing (and fun) was this tutorial? If YOU stamp on some clothing, we would LOVE to see it! Feel free to post your picture on the DeNami Facebook page or the DeNami Flickr group.

A great big thank you to our very own, Lisa Petrella for putting this together. We are so inspired by your creative ideas! 

Have a wonderful weekend- see you back here on Monday for our brand new challenge! 


Lisa Elton said...

Oh GET OUT Lisa...these are ADORABLE! Thanks for the fun lesson ;)

Tina M said...

Lisa, you have TRULY OUTDONE yourself!!! I love this idea. I've used templates in the past, but neve in my wildest dreams did I think about my stamps!! Just simply YUMMY!! Great tutorial :)

Joy said...

Those are really adorable and I am going out to my studio from and make a couple up. I have a friend that is due very soon and needed a good idea!

Emily Keaton said...

Wow, wow, WOW!! Lisa always has the BEST and most CREATIVE ideas. These DeNami stamps are perfect for little baby clothes. :)

Andrea M said...

WOW Lisa! This is AWESOME!!!

Anonymous said...

Do you need to heat set them?

Hedgehog Reader said...

Lisa, what an adorable idea! Thank you for this awesome tutorial!


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