Hello crafty friends! Welcome back to another ODBD release with brand new prizes! The amount for the drawings has increased and that means more crafty fun for the winners!!!! Without further ado, here are the details!
Prize Information: -
Three randomly selected winners will each receive a $25 gift certificate to the ODBD Store, to be used toward the purchase of ODBD Stamps found in the "stamps column" of the website just for commenting on the Design Team cards! You have until December 2, 2014 at 9:00 p.m. EST to leave your comments on the Designers Blogs for a chance to win! The Winners will be posted on the ODBD Blog on December 3rd, so be sure to check back there to see if you won!
One more reminder! Today is cyber Monday and ODBD is offering grab bags along with a free shipping offer on qualifiying purchases!!!!
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Many design team members did a stellar job at using this sled image from the new Let it Snow Stamp set. It's a real beauty! My version was stamped onto glossy card stock and colored with alcohol markers. The ground and sky were added using dye ink and a colorbox sponge tipped applicator by layering on colors. The snowflakes, highlights and piles of snow were added with a white gel pen and then I used a glossy clear spray to seal the piece. Fine white glitter was added on bits of snow for shine and sparkle! I just love using glitter on snow for a festive feel! I mounted the image on a piece of blue designer paper from the new Patriotic collection.
I used blue pearlescent card stock as my card base cut at 5.5x11 inches and folded in half for a square card. I took another piece of paper from the Patriotic collection and cut it slightly smaller than the card base. I added 5/8 inch twill tape across the card so that it looked like ribbon on a package. I took a large doily die cut and cut out the center using another of the dies from the same set. I scored and folded the doily to get a small rosette and added an embossed snowflake from the Ornate Borders and Flower stamp set. I cut it out with the coordinating die and topped the rosette. I dug around in my stash of brads for the white snowflake to top it all off. The Let it Snow tag was made by using white embossing powder and light blue ink. I used the new Mini Tags Dies to cut the tag and then I sponged it with blue ink while the die was still attached to the tag. This left a nice white border. I absolutely love all of the mini tag dies in this set! I know they will get a lot of use!!!
Spectrum Noir Marker colors used are...
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