Friday, October 16, 2015

Die-Namites Tip & Technique Blog Hop


Hello and welcome, we could not be more excited to share our first Designer Team Blog Hop with you! The Blog Hop will be the third Friday of every month and each of us will be sharing a fun tip or technique. We love to hear what others are doing and how they are saving time and getting the best use from their die cuts. So here we go, start the hop with us and two random persons will win a $10 dollars DieNamites Gift Cards to buy in our store.






Be sure to hop around and comment on each design team members blogs, also visited our Facebook Page here, two random person will be chosen from the comments and likes to win the gifts certificates. What fun and there is lots to see and learn. Be sure to comment here too, the next stop on the hop is the fabulous Susanne. You have until Tuesday October 20 at 12:00 AM to comment. Here is the line up:

Susanne <-- you are here
Martha Lucia
Henryka
Mitsyana
Freetany
Erin
Marina
Hier ist meine Karte, die ich Euch heute zeigen möchte. Die Designpapiere sind von My Minds Eye. Die Stempel von Rubber Dance und Noor! Design. Außerdem habe ich die folgenden Stanzschablonen von Die-Namites verwendet:
Here is my card for you today. I used papers from My Minds Eye, stamps from Rubber Dance and Noor! Design and the following dies from Die-Namites: 
 
Wavy Vase DN-1027
Large Ivy DN-1171



Hier ist mein Technik Tip für Euch: Es gibt zwei Dinge die ich sehr oft mache um Stanzteile interessanter zu machen und Ihnen ein etwas anderes Aussehen zu geben.
1. Bei Schablonen mit kleinen Überbleibseln, die eigentlich nach dem Stanzen rausfallen (z.B. die Innenteile beim Large Ivy), klebe ich diese an der Rückseite fest. Dadurch sieht das Stanzteil gleich etwas anders aus.
2. Anstatt dem blanken Papier verwende ich gerne Embossingpulver und überziehe damit das komplette Stanzteil. Für den Large Ivy hab ich Distess Embossingpulver verwendet.
Here is my technique tip for you: There are two things I do very often to get more interest and a different look.
1. If you have dies with small left overs, that should fall out after cutting (like the leaves of the Large Ivy), keep them in. Adhere them on the back after cutting and your die cut looks different from the original.
2. Cover the die cut with any kind of embossing powder. I used Distress embossing powder on the Large Ivy. You get a totally different look instead of using blank paper.


Zum Verzieren habe ich Micro Beads von Prima Marketing verwendet und einige Halbperlen von Scrapberry's. Das Softboard im Hintergrund ist von Dutch Doobadoo.
I used some Prima Marketing Micro Beads to add some more interesst. I also use halb beads from Scrapberry's and some softboard from Dutch Doobadoo. 



Ich hab einen 15% discount code für Euch für Euren nächsten Einkauf im Die-Namites Dies Online Shop. Gebt susanne15 in das Gutscheinfeld im Warenkorb ein. Der Versand ist übrigens ab 25$ weltweit frei.
I have a 15% discount code for you to use with your next order over at the Die-Namites Dies Online Store. Use susanne15 during the checkout process. By the way: you'll get free shipping on all orders over 25$ worldwide!!!


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Euer nächster Stop ist der Blog von Martha Lucia.
Your next stop is on Martha Lucia's Blog.

Products from Die-Namites Dies:
Wavy Vase DN-1027
Large Ivy DN-1171

Stamps from Rubber Dance:
ATC Backgrounds 2 (save 15% in the Rubber Dance online store using "susanne2015")

18 comments:

  1. Totally beautiful your card and your two tips are great because this is one of my favorites die cuts and now I have two different to use it. Hugs!!!

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  2. This is SO lovely! I love the vase die, that lovely bird and all your fun textures!!

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  3. Always great job, beautiful creation

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  4. Love it Susanne! Such a wonderful variety of color and texture!~kim

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  5. lovely card, so many extra's on it to focus on :)

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  6. Great job!!!! Love al the texture in it.
    Thank you for your tips.

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  7. Love all the beautiful
    layers on your card!
    Carla from Utah

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  8. Great tips. Love all the textures you have here. Hugz

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  9. Susanne, von deiner Karte bin ich ganz begeistert! Sie sieht großartig aus! Danke für die beiden tollen Tipps! Muss ich demnächst mal ausprobieren!
    Regina*

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  10. You have added such interesting details.

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  11. Beautifully done and love all the distressing you did.

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  12. Très belle création, je vais retenir quelques conseils et embosser mes feuilles !

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  13. Have stumbled upon your blog and fb pages and love them this card is fab! Off to follow both now 😃

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