Here are two projects made with the new stamp sets and dies:
Creative Nugget: Various inks were sponged on a piece of Neenah Solar Crest card stock, the new Christ the Lord Background was stamped in Versafine Onyx Black ink, and a frame cut using Spellbinders Matting Basics Dies and the large die from the Flourished Star Pattern Die Set. The Christ the Lord Background was stamped again on one of the beautiful papers in the Shabby Rose Collection. The Ornamental Crosses were layered and mounted to the inside of the frame. The corner of the Christ the Lord Background was stamped yet another time, the flowers colored with Copic Markers, fussy cut, and attached to the frame. A pearl was added to the center of the cross to finish the card.
The second project was made using one of the Pre-Cut and Scored Double Display Card Bases.
Creative Nugget: The panels of the card base were lined with Smokey Shadow card stock and papers from the gorgeous new Shabby Rose Collection. A belly band was created to hold the card closed. The sentiment is from the Blessed Easter stamp set and was sponged, cut and matted with Spellbinders Oval and Scalloped Oval Nesties, and popped onto some Vintage Flourished Pattern Dies. Some Fancy Foliage and little flowers cut with one of the dies included in the Ornamental Crosses Die Set were added.
The inside of the card was decorated with the basket and sentiments from the Basket of Blessings stamp set, the Grass Border Die, and the Eggs Dies. The basket was white embossed on pink card stock and shading added with Copic Markers. Strips of papers from the Shabby Rose collection and card stock were stitched together from which the eggs were cut.
Here are the new products used to make these projects that are now available at the Our Daily Bread Designs Store...
…and some old favorites:
Be sure to check out the Our Daily Bread Designs Blog to see all the gorgeous springtime cards made by the talented Breadsticks! To see close ups of each project and more details about each one click the individual links below.
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