Welcome to the DeNami Design Fall Blog Hop!
You have probably arrived from Lani Misner's blog where she treated you to some fab fall inspiration.
The weather here has been cool and crisp and leaves are turning glorious shades of red and orange.
Perfect inspiration for today's hop with a Fall theme.
My background mat began with a marigold cardstock and lightly brushed on some colors. Then I used DeNami Design's stamp A89 Mini Starlet and five different inks to stamp rows of the image then embossed each with a clear embossing powder. I used die cut leaves as masks to brush on layers of seven different color inks. I then used the leaves I used as masks to decorate the left side of the card.
List of Ingredients:
Leaf dies- Maple Leaf die and embossing folder by Cuttlebug, and Spellbinders assorted leaves (S4-076)
Embossing powder- Ranger clear
card stocks- Hollo's red rust base, marigold mat and red, yellow, green for leaves.
pop dots and foam mounting squares
Stampin' Up!- YoYo Yellow, Only Orange, Baroque Burgundy
Ink It Up!- Terra Cotta, Khaki, Copper
Tim Holt- Wild Honey
I hope you find lots of inspiration on today's blog hop and enjoy hopping from blog to blog. Be sure to encourage the designers as you go...we love to know what you liked about what you saw! Did you know you could win a prize?
You have until October 10, 2011, 11:59 pm PST, to leave comments on all the blogs (to be eligible for a prize). Be inspired by cards featuring DeNami Design Fall themed stamps and also the chance to win mini shopping sprees on the DeNami Design website!
Prizes: We are giving away THREE $20 gift certificates to our website! We'll be giving away one gift certificate to a random participant (DT members not eligible) and then we'll also be giving away TWO gift certificates to TWO people who comment along the hop!
Maybe you've managed to get turned around and need to headback to Denami Design's blog to start at the beginning.
If not, your next stop is Amber Daigre's blog for what is sure to be something fantastic and colorful!
Thanks for stopping by...