Today is the big day!!! I am so thrilled to be sharing some sneak peeks of the Spring/Summer 2014 DeNami Design release. Today some of the gals and I are sharing our creations using the Woodland friends collection. These critters are just darling. So stinkin' cute that my daughter, Leah, just had to create with them as well. At least I am good at sharing because my little one pretty much wants all of these stamps to herself lol!
So for my first card, I inked up Little Fox, Woodland logs and Hello foxy. After diecutting my white cardstock with my notebook die, I ran it through my cuttlebug with my Notebook Paper embossing folder. I added some Green graph washi tape to the bottom for grass. After coloring my stamped images, I fussy cut them and adhered them using foam adhesive. I hand cut the banner and then tied a bow with some twine from my Autumn pack.
For my second card, I went with a white cardbase again, but this time I ran it through my Woodgrain embossing folder first. The gray polaroid frame was cut with my Silhouette. The sentiment is Thinking of You. I inked up Little Beaver and Woodland Mushrooms. Again, I colored them with my copics and cut them out. I hand cut my hill and added my critters on top. By adhering my polaroid to the cardbase with washi tape, I wanted it to appear like it was taped to a tree. I hope that I accomplished that.
Now for my last card, I again embossed my cardbase with my Thin lines folder. I inked up the new Little Fawn and You're a deer as well as Teeny Heart.
Now, of course, since I wasn't the only one creating with these stamps, I have to share Leah's creations. This girl loves to try her hand at coloring with my copics. She is only 6 years old and copics are quite the challenge even for us adults.
Here is her commentary:
"I wanted the fox to be far behind so that when it is ready to charge, the deer wouldn't see it."
"Those two foxes were trying to knock down the deer and the other was trying to get the other fairy." Those two blue buttons are the eyes of the other fox.
"The pink lines are the fairy chickie's magic. He was trying to make the squirrel's tail better with magic. The princess chickie has magical powers too."
So be sure to visit the other DT gals to see their inspiration.
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