Sunday, December 11, 2011

Blog Hop - Wrap it Up...I'll Take It!


Yes, its that time again... Time for another Denami Blog Hop

The theme you ask (because you didn't see it in the little badge (ha, sorry I am feeling sarcastic today) - Gift Wrapping!

Now if you are following along in order, you should have arrived from the craft-tastic (yes, its a word) Linda Nomura. How creative is she? I mean stamping on cellophane?!?! Yeah, I gotta try that....AND I am not even gonna talk about the goodies inside....nope, not gonna do it....(but they do look yummy don't they?).

I went for the "all occasion" type of wrapping paper for two reasons. One...because I love love love the main stamp for my project and two....I did Christmas wrapping paper as a "no card" project last month! Yes, that's me, ahead of my time! If you want to see holiday themed paper click here and take a peek.

I used my favorite "go to" stamp for this and I have to say....it turned out much better than I thought. I mean, I thought it was going to be sorta boring and then when I put it together....well see for yourself....



Now I know I always give a closer look to some of my projects but this one really needs it...so you can see the cute little lady bug in flight....she adds just a little something extra that ties it all together....or at least she does in my opinion.



Stamps used: J77 Large Daisy, D75 Small Daisy Blossom, A88 Mini Polka Dot, A76 Ladybug

Now, don't forget to leave a comment. Why? you ask.....because if you do, you could just possibly win some Denami goodies! That's right, cold hard Denami cash (read that as gift certificate) to get some Denami yumminess - and really, can't we all just use a little more?

Next up in the hop...the lovely Suzanne Bier. Can't wait to see what she has in store for us today.

Now don't forget....if you get lost, just start back at the Denami Blog and you can find your way....

22 comments:

  1. Thanks for stopping by my blog today. I love to have new visitors who leave comments. I love your wrap. so cute and very creative. Now I desperately want that lady bug and daisy stamp. So many fun things to do with that combination!!!

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  2. Oh my goodness, yes, that little lady bug is the cutest thing!! This is the happist wrapping! LOVE IT!

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  3. DITTO what our little "Zinger", Amy said! :) When I saw this yesterday I was on awe of its cuteness and I STILL AM sister!! Jut LOVE LOVE LOVE it! I must have that little ladybug soon too...hmmm, add it to my "I will die without it" list ;) Also love the coloring job on those daises...just yummy wrapping girl!

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  4. Your stamped wrapping paper is so happy and cheerful who cares what's inside!! I have this lady bug too...love it ;)

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  5. beautiful wrapping for all occasions.

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  6. I love this, it is super cute! Thanks for sharing!

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  7. Just darling! You have created a beautiful gift wrapped present!!!

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  8. Cute wrapping paper. So bright & cheerful! TFS! ;o)

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  9. Love the ladybug - really does add a lot to the wrap!

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  10. very cute wrap. Lovely sunny color


    Luanne
    myfootahead at gmail dot com
    craftersreference.blogspot.com

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  11. What beautiful paper! Great colors and that ladybug is super cute!!

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  12. This is so cute! A very fun idea!

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  13. Super cute wrapping paper, Wendy! You always do such great things with those daisies. :)

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  14. Your wrapping paper is so sweet! Great idea. :)

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  15. Sweet cute wrapping paper. Original and handmade! Who wouldn't love that!

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  16. Very cute--I like the little lady bug.

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  17. What a darling combination! Very cheery colors, and that ladybug does indeed tie it all together!

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  18. Love the paper you created. What a fun pattern, the ladybug is the perfect accent to your floral print. Fab!

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  19. LOVE this summery and fun handstamped wrapping paper, Wendy!!!

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