Tuesday, December 1, 2015

tuesday...Our Daily Bread Designs December Release

Welcome to Our Daily Bread Designs December Release and Blog Hop!

This month's release is simply AMAZING! We have new masculine and coloring-friendly stamps and GORGEOUS new double stitched dies! YAY! Check out the full release on the Our Daily Bread Designs Blog today!

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 "ODBD stamps column" of the website just for commenting on the Design Team cards! You have until December 2, 2015 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!

Here's my first card:

ODBD Products: Living WatersDouble Stitched CirclesPretty Posies DiesFancy Foliage DieLeafy Edged Border DiesRustic Beauty Paper Collection

My first card is a tri-shutter card I made using the Leafy Edged Border Dies. I made this card for my mother-in-law's birthday and she absolutely loved it! I used the Rustic Beauty Paper Collection for the background and the Pretty Posies Dies,to make the flowers. I stamped the  Living Waters image in the center panel of the card and lightly colored it with Prismacolor Pencils and blended them with OMS. I stamped the sentiment on one of the new Double Stitched Circles.

Here's a close up of the card for you to see the stamped and colored image:


This is how the card looks when it's completely closed:


Here's my second card:

ODBD Products: Saddle upDouble Stitched RectanglesDouble Stitched CirclesLovely Leaves DiesRustic Beauty Paper Collection

I went for a masculine card with this one. I colored the horses from the NEW Saddle up set with Prismacolor Pencils and blended them with OMS. I embossed the Double Stitched Rectangles unto the brown cardstock and used it as my background. I stamped the sentiment and added it to the right side of the colored image. Finally, I made a small lasso and added it over some greenery.

Here's a close up of this card:


Here are the NEW Products that I used for these two cards:

For more inspiration and a chance to win, please visit the rest of the talented ODBD designers:
Julie * Dawn * Amy (you are here)* Cathy * Lori * Sandee * Robin * America * Angie
Thank you for stopping by and have a blessed day!

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30 comments:

  1. I love how you used all the stitched rectangles for the background on the horse card..very creative. Wonderful creations with the new stamps and dies!

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  2. Your Tri-Shutter card is gorgeous, Amy! Love the mill stamped directly on the DP. Love the texture and all the stitched frames on the horse card. Fabulous little extras like the rope lasso make these cards well designed and beautiful! Hugs!

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  3. Gorgeous cards, each one! I love the these new images and dies.

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  4. Your tri shutter card is so beautiful. I have had so much fun lately experimenting with various folds and pop outs.

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  5. Your cards are awesome. I love the one with the horses and how you have made your rope.

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  6. Gorgeous cards. Love the background of stitched rectangles.

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  7. Your cards are awesome! I love the fold on the first one.

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  8. Fabulous cards. Especially the tri-shutter. Oh, to receive that would make the Grinch smile. Just beautiful.

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  9. What stunning cards, Amy!! I just love the fold of the first and the added texture and dimension of the flowers on the front. Your horses are colored beautifully!! Gorgeous work!
    hugs,
    Chris

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  10. WOW!! love ur cards..so pretty

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  11. That tri fold card is amazing! Someone was very lucky to receive that one! And I loved that horse card - the rope really added the finishing touch.

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  12. Beautiful cards!! Love the tri shutter card!! It's gorgeous!! The horses of Saddle up are very beautiful!!
    -Berina
    Moxie Craftie

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  13. Wow Amy! What an amazing tri-shutter card! It's a gift all by itself! Beautiful keepsake for your mother-in-law! The second card is quite handsome! Love the background dies!

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  14. Amy, your tri-shutter is just gorgeous!!! Love how you used the dies on the second, and the added 'rope' is perfect!

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  15. Beautiful, love those papers with the image on the first one and such pretty flowers, the horses with the rope is a cool idea, great embellishing to go with that one!

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  16. Magnificent cards Amy. I totally love how you added a little lasso on the horse card. Thanks for sharing.

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  17. Love your use of the Stitched Dies for part of your background. Definitely give the feeling of embossed leather. Great Job !!!!

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  18. Both cards are wonderful, but I adore that totally exquisite fancy fold card. I had to PIN it. Just stunning!!!
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com
    HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

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  19. I thought I had posted, earlier this morning, but nothing has shown up, so I am trying again.
    Love these 2 cards. The use of the Stitched Rectangular dies, to achieve an embossed leather look is wonderful. Thank you for the inspiration.

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  20. Great cards, especially the first one - it's stunning! thanks for sharing

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  21. Hi Amy...Your cards are just STUNNING...Love how you used the sets!!

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  22. Oh so beautiful Amy! I love the folds and the lacy dies on the ends. Hugs, Robin

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  23. Both cards are wonderful...and the little extra touches make them so special - like the lasso on the second card. Nice touch!!!

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  24. Omigoodness, both are amazing!!! The fancy fold card is so.......WOW!!! So much work goes into those, but so worth it! LOVE your Saddle Up card too.....the rustic look is fabulous!!! HUGS!!

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  25. Amy, your cards are amazing! The first one is a jaw dropper...WOW!

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