Sunday, November 10, 2013

A Touch of Twine


DeNami Blog Hops are always fun with lots of inspiration. You should have arrived by way of Deb--I love that girl's style!  I intended to make a holiday card, but then I saw this cute flower stamp that looked ready for twine blooms.  I used 3 different colors of DeNami twine after stamping them inside the Elegant Oval Frame.  The border is glittered & popped up on the Nestie stamped in Watermark with the Leafy Vine.  My card front is covered with printed paper from DCWV & a doily I recycled from a restaurant. 
Finished off with a few white sequins. 
Do I have you thinking Spring?! Lots more to see so off you go to check out Linda's project. You can find the entire list & info about prizes on the DeNami Design Blog. Thanks for stopping by.

30 comments:

  1. Greta, these are so soft and sweet! I would be all thumbs trying to make those precious twine flowers! I love seeing what you come up with for the DeNami hops! Have a GREAT day!

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  2. oh my gosh!! how cute is this card??? absolutely stinkin' cute!! love the little twine blooms... super clever idea!!

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  3. beautiful! the flower buds look so pretty in twine!

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  4. Gorgeous twine flowers! That doesn't look easy at all ~ they are not big flowers! The doily really adds extra sweetness to your card!

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  5. Love your twine flowers! Very sweet card!

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  6. Cute cute flowers with twine. I'm glad to know I'm not the only one who brought home a doily! It is a really cute card.

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  7. You did a very beautiful job with your card,,, love what you did with the twine..and love the colors :)

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  8. The twine flowers look beautiful! Such a lovely card! :D

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  9. What a cute way to "color" your flowers with twine! This card is adorable! Very nice!

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  10. What sweet little flowers! Love that doily! Such a pretty card!

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  11. This card is just full of sweetness, Greta! I love the adorable twine posies, the tone on tone stamping on the die cut, the lacy white doily and the perfect patterned paper on which you layered all of these elements. So yummy!

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  12. Love the twine flowers you created.

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  13. Adorably sweet flowers, such a lovely card!!

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  14. Greta your twine flowers are as cute as can be! This is a darling card!!

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  15. It's nice to have a spring break, Great!! I love this sweet upcycled doily card and your twine flowers are adorable!! Hugs, Darnell

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  16. super cute Greta. Love the little twine flowers.

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  17. I can definitely use a little "Spring" today- only in the 30's and rainy today:(. Your twine flowers are such a delight!

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  18. How sweet--I like the twine blooms.

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  19. Greta, this is so sweet! I just love how you used twine to create little spiral flowers. I never would have thought to do that and now I can't wait to try it!!

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  20. Love the dainty little lollipop posies! They are so feminine with the lacy background.
    Yes, they do look like spring! :)

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  21. I really like your little twine blossoms. I've never tried this technique before. Can't wait to give it a try!

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  22. Adorable blossoms! Lovely card Greta! TFS

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  23. Greta, I love how you used your twine for your rose buds!! Simply elegant!

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  24. I'm running behind with my comments (trying madly to finish my Advent calendars for my niece and nephew before Friday, when one of my colleagues will take them north), but here I am! Perfect timing for this 'touch of spring' card, given the overcast day! Love the trio of twine blooms, and brilliant upcycle of the doily! Pure sweetness!!
    c

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  25. eek! So cute! I love the flowers in twine - so much texture & dimension :)

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