Sunday, June 8, 2014

DeNami Design Bright Blossoms blog hop

Welcome to the DeNami Design Bright Blossoms blog hop. This is the last blog hop until the fall, so I hope you have a chance to visit all of those that are participating. You should've arrived from Wendy's blog. If you get lost, you can head back to the DeNami Design blog for a full list of participants. The next stop along the hop is my daughter Leah. She was so excited to be able to participate in the hop.
 
 
 
When I started to create for this hop, I had been playing around with my watercolors and embossing powder using Small Bold Hibiscus. She loved what I was doing, so I showed her how to use versamark and embossing powder. Of course, I used my heat tool since she it too little, but she did all the rest with the stamping, powder, watercolors and trimming out her flowers. She used Medium Bold Hibiscus and Small Bold Hibiscus for her card. She opted not to use a sentiment.


 
The next stop along the hop is me. I chose to use Medium Bold Hibiscus for my card. I stamped it several times and colored them in with my copics. I opted to only shade in a few of them.  Then I inked up Hope Blooms and used my circle nestability to trim it out. I attached it to the cardfront using foam adhesive.
 


Your next stop along the hop is Pattie. I love her style and I can't wait to see what she has created.
 
Don't forget about the THREE gift certificates that will be given away! One gift certificate will go to a random participant and TWO gift certificates to TWO people who comment along the hop! You have until June 9, 2014 11:59pm PST to comment and be eligible.
 
Thanks for stopping by!

27 comments:

  1. Love all the colorful hibiscus. Reds are probably my favorite hibiscus and you nailed the look.

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  2. Leah, I love your watercolor hibiscus! Your trimming is perfect! Your card reminds me of living in Hawaii! You brought back lots of memories! Great job little lady!

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  3. Deb, I love your stamped background and the variations of your flowers. Hope you are enjoying some warm weather this weekend!

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  4. Awesome creations, ladies!!!! :)

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  5. Love the colors and the swirls on the petals. Using two different sizes made it interesting too.
    Great cards.

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  6. Gorgeous work ladies! I love seeing different ways to use the same stamp :)

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  7. I like all of your pretty flowers Leah! GREAT job with your embossing and watercolors! Love yours too Deb, so pretty!!

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  8. Hey Deb, your link goes to Wendy, not Pattie!!

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  9. Leah, I love that you were eager to try something new. You did awesome with your watercoloring! I am so proud of you!

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  10. I like Leah's embossed flowers and I like how only a few flowers are shaded on Deb's card.

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  11. Only shading a couple of the flowers really makes the whole design come together!

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  12. Such pretty flowers, Leah--good job! Love your design, Deb! What a great idea to shade just 3 blooms!

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  13. Two wonderful cards and some great creative ideas used for both of them! Thanks for sharing your talents, ladies!

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  14. Love seeing both of your cards! Beautiful!!! :D

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  15. These cards are so pretty!! I love that your daughter wants to play too. I love all the pretty painting she did on her flowers. I love your flowers. Only coloring in a few really makes the card. Fabulous design on both.

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  16. Don't ya just love hibiscus plants? Great stamp!

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  17. I love the hibiscus stamps and both of you colored them very well. Beautiful cards - well done!

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  18. Leah's card doesn't need any sentiment : it speaks for itself ! Great !
    Deb's card : just great ! On the top of the hop !!

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  19. Very pretty and bright coloring!

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  20. Leah, I love that you chose my favorite DeNami flower stamp! I just love that all of your little flowers are different colors just like a beautiful little rainbow :)

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  21. Deb, who would have thought to shade just a few of the flowers?? It really makes them pop and create a gorgeous background!

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  22. Both projects are awesome. Love this image. TFS

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  23. Beautiful cards, Deb & Leah! How fun that you got to participate in the blog hop together!

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  24. Gorgeous cards, Leah and Deb! I LOVE how Leah is so open to learning and trying out new crafty techniques and her watercolored card is awesome!!! I also LOVE your BEAUTIFUL creation, Deb! I really like how you only shaded a couple of the flowers!

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