Monday, September 1, 2014

ODBD September Release

Hello and welcome to the September Our Daily Bread Designs September Release!!! Go check it out and then join all the gals on their blogs to get more info about their projects and leave comments so that you can be eligible for the prizes.
Prize Information:
Three winners will be randomly chosen from the comments left on the designers blogs to receive a $15 Gift Certificate to the ODBD Store, to be used toward the purchase of ODBD Stamps found in the "stamps column" of the website.  You have until September 2, 2014 at 9:00 p.m. EDT to leave your comments!  The Winners will be posted on the ODBD Blog on September 3rd, so be sure to check back there to see if you won!
Head over to the ODBD Blog and see the DT projects too!
I decided to decorate a wooden box for my craft room and this is the result. I didn't add a lot of embellishments because this ODBD Soulful Stitches Paper Collection is too pretty to cover up!  On the front I used the Elizabeth Stamp, Spool and Tape Stamp, a few flowers, a buttom and some bling.

On the end I used the Victoria Stamp a pink vellum die cut Doily with the new die and a bit of bling.
On the lid of the box I kept it very simple. I added two buttons, four flowers, bling swirls and a homemade stick pin. Around the edge of the lid I used two different trims. The rose trim is vintage from my husband's grandmother.

This second project is a simple card using the Soulful Stitches paper, Quilts stamp set and the ODBD Doily die. I cut the doily out of pale pink vellum and added a few pearls. Then I colored the quilt image with alcohol markers and layered it with rose paper. Beneath that, I added green corrugated card. Next came the gray pearls along the bottom and the sentiment.

Visit the other design team members on the blog hop...
 Chris * Grace * Julie * Cathy * Lori * Sandee * Dawn * Paula * Lisa 
Silke * Wanda * Angie * Sabrina * Audrey


I used these items from the September 2014 Realease...




     


I also used these previously released products from ODBD....
SPOOL TAPE SINGLE


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Sunday, August 31, 2014

ODBD September Sneak Peek

I just finished today's challenge FS395 over on Splitcoaststampers and decided to use someof the new stamps that are being released from Our Daily Bread Designs. This little dress and the sentiments are just a sneak peek of what's in store for tomorrow's September release. For the challenge at hand, I took my cue from this Raindrops on Roses card by Kathy.  As you can see I did change more than two things on my project. The biggest changes are the colors, using the left instead of the right side for the tickets and placing something in the window. 
Join me tomorrow for the spectacular new release from Our Daily Bread Designs!
I hope you like it! Thanks for stopping by!

Materials List
ODBD Stamps-Elizabeth, Birthday Doily, Doily Blessings
Papers- ODBD Blushing Rose Collection,  ODBD Heart and Soul Collection, Glossy Photo Paper,                  Kraft Paper, SU! Soft Suede Card Stock
Ink- Memento Tux Black, Tea Dye Distress
Spectrum Noir Alcohol Markers- Blender, (PP4,5 and 6) (FS1,3 and 6) (CG2,3 and 4) (IB1,2 and 3)
Pearl Bling
Mulberry Roses
Ribbon
Lace
Dimensional foam

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Saturday, August 30, 2014

Shorebirds Swing Card

 Hey everyone, I hope you are having a great weekend! I have another card to share with you using SweetStamps stamps. This week, challenge 184-Masculine Birthday has me heading for nature and the beach! I decided to create a swing card for a little something different. Directions on how to create this type of card can be found here on Splitcoaststampers.
For the central image, I used Sweetstamps Shorebirds 3011 on glossy card stock. I think this is the best way to get a beautiful sky with minimal effort and it turns out different every time! I used a spellbinders die to cut out the image and I left the image in the die while I cut out the image with a utility knife going along the inside of the die with my knife. This made the image a bit smaller so that there would be a card stock border for an added detail.

On the inside, I used SweetStamps Special Day 9114 sentiment on the left side with the same die set and created a place to write a personal note on the right. It's a straight forward and fairly simple card so I'll just leave you with a materials list and if you have any questions, feel free to ask.
I would like to thank SweetStamps for inviting me to be a guest designer this month! I had a blast creating challenge cards using some of their stamps and products. If you would like to read my blog post over at SweetStamps for this card, click here.
Materials List
Stamps- SweetStamps Shorebirds 3011 and Special Day 9114
Card Stock and Paper- HP Photo Paper
                                     SU! Sahara Sand
                                     My Mind's Eye 12x12 Follow Your Heart "Be Amazing" Be Striped Paper
                                     Papertrey ink 8x8 Library Ledger
                                     K & Company 12x12 Sea Glass collection - Sailboats
Die- Spellbinders Labels 3
Inks and Markers- Memento- Tuxedo Black
                             SU! Pretty in Pink, Cameo Coral, Yo Yo Yellow, Creamy Caramel, Sahara Sand,
                                    Soft Suede, Bashful Blue, Old Olive, Tempting Turquois
                             Adirondack- Lemonade, Aqua, Lake Mist, Juniper
White Gel Pen
Clear spray sealer
Tiny real shells from an old necklace
Tiny Seashells Buttons by Dress It Up
Bling and Dolphin  by Busy Kids Kids Camp Jo-Ann Stores

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Sunday, August 24, 2014

Flip Flop Flower Card

I have a fun and whimsical card today that should bring a smile and brighten someone's day! I'll have to add a roll of Lifesaver candies when I give the card! 
 I have been kicking around this flip flop flower idea in my head for a few weeks and thought is was an original idea until Grace mentioned that she had seen the idea on Pinterest. Oh well! I made this card for the SCS Free 4 All Challenge  F4A235. 
I used a lot of Our Daily Bread Designs product on this and you can click the links in the materials list to find these items. I began by constructing my flower first. I took the left flip flop from the ODBD Walk With Jesus Stamp set and stamped it on white card stock with pink ink eleven times. Then I cut them out using the small die from the flip flop die set. I sponged the toe of the flip flop, used a stylus on the toe to add dimension, added bling to each one and glued them together. While I waited on the glue to dry, I cut out two of the small and one large aster with the ODBD Asters and Leaves Die. I also sponged these pieces. I thought the small asters needed something more so I glued them together and took the heal of the flip flop stamp and stamped the fish pattern. I then glued all of my flower layers together and added bling to the center.

I used a pink A2 card base and added the textured ocean pattern as a layer. When I placed the flower on the card, it reminded me of a water lily so I added a few leaves and swirly vines. I added the words to my large flip flops, sponged, blinged and glittered. I used thin dimensional foam on the shoes and affixed them to the card. At the very bottom I added a strip of border and topped it with a pearl and lace trim.
Materials List
Stamps- ODBD Walk with Jesus, ODBD My Lifeguard
Ink- SU! Pretty in Pink along with the matching marker to color the flip flop straps
Card Stock- White, SU! Pretty in Pink, SU! Certainly Celery, SU! Green Galore
Fiskars Ocean Texture Plate
Dies- ODBD Flip Flop, ODBD Fancy Foliage, ODBD Asters and Leaves, ODBD Beautiful Borders
Dimensional Foam
Bling
Glitter Glue
Trim from Hobby Lobby
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Saturday, August 23, 2014

Parchment Pansy


Hey Stampers! I have just returned home after taking my daughter back to college and getting her settled into her new digs! There will be no run down tiny dorm rooms this year. Instead a quaint apartment one block off of campus and a real kitchen, in which to cook! I'm exausted after this whirlwind trip but happy to bring you a new project.
It's time for another SweetStamps Challenge and this week the theme is Anything Goes -183! Head on over there and throw your project in the ring and you may win free SweetStamps product.  I chose to create another floral card using Parchment Craft tools and techniques. I explain how I made this card here on the SweetStamps Blog. The tools and materials may be purchased on the SweetStamps web site. This first photo shows how the center is popped up.
 This is a close up of the piercing I did as an added decoration.
The project is straight forward but if you have any questions, please feel free to ask. I would be happy to help you in any way that I can. I have added a materials list for your perusal. Join me again next week for another SweetStamps challenge!

Materials List
Ink-Versa Mark watermark pad
Papers- Parchmennt Paper, sei White Elegance Designer paper pad 12x12, SU! Cameo Coral card stock, SU! Green Galore card stock.
Embossing folder- Cuttlebug Victoria
Stamps- SweetStampsPansy Layers Frame 474k
Piercing/perforating pad 31419 and staggered magnetic grid from SweetStamps
PFT-A002 Two needle piercing tool from SweetStamps
Fine White detail embossing powder
White Gel Pen
Colored Pencils
Gamsol
Blending Stumps
Pink Half Pearls and trim from Hobby Lobby
3/8 inch white organza ribbon


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Saturday, August 16, 2014

Art Nouveau In The Garden

Good Morning Stampers, I hope you like today's card! I had a lot of fun making it for you and I think it is very cheerful, bright and pretty! I bring you this post as the August guest designer for SweetStamps and I will be highlighting some of their lovely stamps!
I combined their weekly and monthly challenges to create this card. The weekly challenge 182- In The Garden worked well with the August Monthly Technique challenge- Double Side Step Card. Be sure to check those out and add your design to those challenges. You may win a gift certificate for your effort!
I explained how I made this card on the SweetStamps blog post but I am leaving the complete materials list here.
Materials List
Stamps by SweetStamps- Special Day, Cabbage Rose ATC 1011, Art Nouveau Vertical Border 4008
Ink Pad- Memento Tuxedo Black
Spectrum Noir Alcohol Markers-(PP1,3,4,5) (BT4,5) (BG1) (CT1,4) (CG2,3)
Dies- Spellbinders Grommet Tags
         Spellbinders Labels 20
          ODBD Custom Ornate Borders and Flowers
Paper- DCWV Luxury Stack 12x12
            Prima Madeline 6x6
            Smooth white card Stock by Beckett Expressions radiance
Tim Holts Crystal Stickles
Light teal bling

Thanks so much for stopping by today and feel free to leave a comment or ask a question!
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Friday, August 15, 2014

Taking A Look Back at the Our Daily Bread Designs August Release



Join me today as we take a look back at the Our Daily Bread Designs August release! I have had a blast working with these beautiful stamps for the last few weeks and have come to the conclusion that these are some of my very favorite stamps, in my stamp collection!
Today's project is a vintage style gate fold card! The card base is kraft card stock and then I cut five panels of teal designer paper to line the card. I inked my Cuttlebug Victoria embossing folder with Soft Suede ink and ran a piece of vintage designer paper called marmalade through my die cutting machine. I cut this down to make the panels on the front of the card. next,I took some printed cork and cut the shape on the left from theODBD Onate Borders and Flower Die set. Then I stamped the sentiment from the ODBD Walk with Jesus stamp set and die cut it with the ODBD Pennants die. Before I removed it from the die, I sponged around the edge to add that vintage feel. On the right side, I stamped the Flip Flops from the ODBD Walk with Jesus stamp set onto printed cork and cut it out with the matching ODBD Flip Flop Dies. I added tiny peals to the center of the flip flop and larger pearls to each corner of the panel.
The center of the card features the lifeguard stand stamp which I cut with oval spellbinder dies and mounted onto an embossed Heritage Cuttlebug frame. I inked the embossing folder first to get this vintage look. Next, I added a few pearls and inked a few edges to finish everything off.  
If you haven't already been to the ODBD blog today, head on over and see what we have for you there about the release. Make sure you hop on over to the other design team member blogs and check out the details on what cool stuff they made too!
 Julie * Cathy * Paula(me) * Grace * Chris * Lori * Dawn * Sandee * Wanda * Stacy
These are the Our Daily Bread Products used to make this card.
CSBD35 - ORNATE BORDERS & FLOWERS DIES184729104
187434768
187784413187434874


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