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 October 2, 2014 at 9:00 p.m. EDT to leave your comments! The Winners will be posted on the ODBD Blog on October 3rd, so be sure to check back there to see if you won!
This first card was made with the pretty fall scene from the Autumn Tree stamp set.
Creative Nugget: I put my Copics aside for this one and tried the old, but neglected technique of coloring directly on the stamp with water based markers to color the scene from the Autumn Tree stamp set. A cloud template was used to lightly sponge clouds behind the tree. Fall colors were added to a piece of mixed media paper using the No Wrinkle Distress technique, and the Leaves Background was stamped over this with Potting Soil Archival ink. The little heart was cut with one of the Ornate Hearts Dies from a little scrap left over from a previous project…yes, I tend to keep a lot of scraps as you never know when something will come in handy! LOL! The Pennant Die cut the burlap framing the sentiment like butter. A border of burlap was also added behind the main panel. The sentiment from the Autumn Tree set was stamped on a Pennant die cut and a little bow made with a fiber from the burlap was added to finish the card.
The second card was made with the new God's Timing stamp set.
Creative Nugget: The background panels and the Vintage Label tag were made using the clock image from the God's Timing stamp set, a variety of stencils, distress inks, and even a little modeling paste. The clock was cut with the Matting Circles Die, given several coats of utee, and then was cracked in several places to give it an aged look. Stitching, a Beautiful Border, and some seam binding tie the elements on the card together.
Here are the new release products from the Our Daily Bread Designs Store that were used to make these samples...
...along with some old favorites:
You can see all of the gorgeous creations made by the talented Breadsticks on the ODBD Blog. To see the details of each project be sure to visit each of the DT Blogs by clicking on the links below! Leave a little love behind to qualify for one of the prizes!
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