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5.11.2012

the twinery + denami designs | product showcase

5.11.2012  at 8:00 AM



So glad to have you along today as The Twinery design team shares projects, layouts and inspiration with you for this product showcase with DeNami Designs

You should have arrived here from Dana's blog...if not begin here.






For a girl who doesn't consider herself a stamper, I have to tell you that the quality of the stamp sets I received from DeNami Designs are above par, in my opinion. I guess that I am a "smoosher" when I stamp and red rubber stamps hold up to my style so well. For today's projects, I used the Happy Birthday script and the Birthday Celebration sets, both cling stamps.

I went a little old school here with my creation, making an autograph book for my oldest daughter. She'll have fun asking friends and family to add their wishes and dreams for her during her 9th birthday celebration in August. I remember having a book similar to this that my relatives in Germany sent to me on one of my birthday's...and I still have it!

To make the charms dangling from the twine, just stamp your preferred image, circle punch, punch a 3/16"  hole, thread your twine through and tie a knot. Now, add your stamped image charm and tie another knot as close to the charm as you can. You know have a charm that stays put and is super cute!


Wrapping the spine of the front cover with some Honeydew, Pink Sorbet and Mandarin shades of baker's twine from The Twinery and outlining the square cut-out with even more baker's twine adds a touch of whimsy to my booklet. I added a stamped cupcake and candle image {with pop dots} and colored with my kids' colored pencils atop a square punched scallop shape to cover the back of the opening from the cover where I added the happy birthday sentiment.


I adhered a different colored twines with Glossy Accents, my favorite adhesive to use with The Twinery baker's twine, on each of the three pages in this Happy Birthday autograph mini book.



Your next stop on the hop is with Emily Keaton.


This prize pack for this giveaway has a value of over $70 and can be yours by leaving a comment on each team member's blog. You can find the complete list of blog hop designers on The Twinery blog.




To be eligible to win prizes from The Twinery, comments must be left on each participating blog. The full list of participants can be found on The Twinery blog.  Deadline for comments is 11:59 pm EDT, Saturday, May 12, 2012.



58 comments:

  1. Love how you used the twine and just that luscious picture of twine makes me drool and WISH i could win!!

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  2. Monika this autograph book is so sweet for your daughter. I love the twine along the edges of the pages and those darling Denami stamps are too cute!

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  3. Awesome idea! love how you did the cover!

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  4. Your daughter will love the autograph book and will treasure it! Great project! So glad to hear you love the DeNami stamps too!

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  5. This is such a great idea! I am sure your daughter will love it!

    Tracy
    owlbecraftin at gmail dot com

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  6. What a great project, I'd never have thought to outline the pages with twine. it all looks so lovely x

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  7. How fun!! Your daughters sure to love it!! Very creative and cute...love all the bright colors :)

    (tmilbourn2621 at aol dot com)

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  8. This is sooo stinking cute, Monkia! I am a SMOOSHER, too :)

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  9. I LOVE how you outlined the pages, so pretty Monika!

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  10. How cute. I remember having a autograph book and a sticker book too. Your daughter will love this!

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  11. What a great little book! I'm sure your daughter will just love it!

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  12. I just love this book it super cute!

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  13. Your daughter is going to have so much fun with this super cute book! I love the bright colors AND how you brought together the best of DeNami Design stamps and The Twinery's fun twine!

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  14. What a great idea. Your daughter will have such fun with that. Love the bright colors.

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  15. Great little book idea. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  16. Delightful project, love the fun colors!!

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  17. I've always been a fan of your mini books! I LOVE how you used the twine as borders!

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  18. Really love your project! You gals are just so talented!!

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  19. Neat!! What a bright and cheerful color combination!!

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  20. So super cute and wonderful! Love the bright cheerful colors!

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  21. So cute! I love how you lined the pages, too! So smart and creative!

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  22. such perfection with your projects, creative and beautiful. Thanks for sharing your choice of adhesive also!

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  23. Very cute album, thank you for sharing it.

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  24. Love how you lined the pages with the twine!!! FUN FUN FUN!!!!!

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  25. Clever idea! My two daughters are graduating this year. I think I may make them a book for graduation.Thanks for the inspiration.

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  26. What a great idea for a young girl's birthday. It's so cute and I love the colors and simplicity of the project. Another tip for me on how to's and another great project for my wanna do list. I'm so loving this blog hop with all it wonderful ideas and projects. Thanks for sharing

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  27. I love the little booklet for a birthday. I love the twine wrapped around.

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  28. Cute use of the twine.

    Carla from Utah

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  29. What a SUPER FUN and TOTALLY ADORABLE project!!! The little charms are SO SWEET! And I LOVE how you edged the pages with twine! I bet your daughter will treasure this for a lifetime! I still have several year book/autograph books from my school days!!

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  30. What a fantastic idea! I have to make an autograph book like this for the High School senior I work with.

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  31. Beautiful album! TFS

    CarolynG
    always_painting@yahoo.com

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  32. Such a cute album! I love the charms hanging from twine, and the twine around the page borders, brilliant!

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  33. Great cover! Thanks for sharing.

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  34. I love your stamping and twine details! These accents really take this album up a notch. Very cute!

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  35. Adorable little book. So colorful!

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  36. What a great looking album.

    marg0006@verizon.net
    Loving Scrapper101

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  37. What a great project! Love how you used the twine!

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  38. What a cute idea! I love all the bright colors, it's so festive!

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  39. Magnificent Mini!!! Love the album.
    TFS
    Midge :)
    midge@emcitydotnet
    scrappintoxicmidgedotblogspotdotcom

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  40. Wow! I love this! This is so fun! I especially like the dangles. :)

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  41. Oh what an adorable album!! Awesome!!

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  42. how fun! what a great gift idea.

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  43. i found about this blog-hopping from here. this is my starting point. as a matter of fact, i've been keeping links of creative blogs and chhheeerrrsss!!you blog is one of them. from here, i get a to know a few more creative sites & i'm so thankful for that. i love what you people had been doing and i really hope you guys will keep up the good work!

    hugs!
    Izyani

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  44. I love this idea! Too cute! I'd love to try this for my niece and nephew's birthdays. AWESOME! Thanks for sharing!

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  45. Way to try out the stamps! You did a great job, love this project.

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  46. THANKS for sharing!! Your project is BEAUTIFUL!! Have a FABULOUS WEEKEND!! =)

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  47. This is fantastic! Love the hanging images on the front!

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