DeNami Design Mimi Wedding Card

Weddings are such a special day for the happy couple and giving them a thoughtful and beautiful card for their wedding day is a great way to show them that you love them and are happy for them.

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The card that I made is simple yet beautiful and great for a bridal shower or wedding day. First, I stamped the Mimi Bride on white cardstock and colored her in using Copic markers and I did a little shading to add some depth and dimension to Mimi. Next, I die cut her with a stitched rectangle die from Simon Says Stamps because I wanted the stitched edge around her. After going through my large stash of paper and cardstock, I found a very pretty pearlized rose pattern paper. I cut it to cover the front of an A2 card and adhered it using my Tombow tape runner. After that, I adhered Mimi to card with part of the right side hanging off the card and I trimmed the part that was hanging over. For the sentiment, I stamped Congratulations on white metallic cardstock and die cut it with a banner die from Lawn Fawn. The banner was adhered to the card with Scotch foam tape to add some dimension. To add a little sparkle, I placed three white glitter enamel dots that I got at Michaels in the top left corner of card.

I hope that you enjoyed my card today. Below is a list of supplies that I used, along with links where you can purchase them. Enjoy!

DeNami Design: Shake It Up With Gift Tags!

You just wrapped the perfect gift for the birthday party that you’re going to and you need gift tag! You could go to the store and buy one but why do that when we are crafty. Shake things up with a shaker gift tag! You don’t need a lot of supplies, so you can make quickly!

You need a set of dies that nest to create your shaker. I used the two smallest dies in the balloon die set from Simon Says Stamps. You will use the largest die tree times. Once to create the back of the shaker and again for the front with the smaller die nested inside to create the window. Then the last time that you use the largest die is to cut the acetate for the window. You may need to run this through your Big Shot a couple of times to get it to cut all the way around. Adhere the acetate to front to finish making the window. On the back of the of the back piece I used the Small Happy Birthday in Versafine Onyx Black ink. Next, cut Scotch foam tape to go around the window to create the enclosure that will hold all your shaker bits. I place my shaker bits on the back piece and adhere the window to the back my peeling off the tape off the foam tape. I used twine to finish them and give them that nice finishing detail. I hope that you enjoyed my project!

Below is a list of supplies that I used along with links where you can purchase them. Enjoy!

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