Friday, April 19, 2019

Divinity Designs April Release Reminder


Good morning!

Today, the team is sharing more projects using the April Release from Divinity Designs.  

My first project features Daughter's Best Friend, 

I've also used the following dies: Scalloped Rectangles

Here is a second project:


This card features the new Long & Lean Numbers.  So fun for birthday cards! 
 This one is for my granddaughter's birthday coming up soon.  


Thank you so much for joining us today.  
For more inspiration featuring the April Release, head over to the Divinity Designs Blog!

See you again soon!
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Wednesday, April 10, 2019

To My Mom


Here is another sweet Mother's Day card 
I made with a new set and new papers from Divinity Designs
(formerly Our Daily Bread Designs)! 

Here are the products I used:


Thanks so much for stopping by!  Have a wonderful day!

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Monday, April 1, 2019

Welcome to the Divinity Designs April Release!


I'm back!!!  
I took a little time off and am glad to be back!  

Today, we are sharing projects made with the April Release from Divinity Designs!

My first project features the new set called Grandmother's Heart.  I colored the peony image with copics and did the out of the box technique to cut out the Scalloped Oval so that a couple of leaves could hang over the edge.  I created the background with a Scalloped Square and the Circles Stencil. The other layer is done with the Cross Stitch Embossing Folder.  I added the Daughter word from Family Names 2.  And I added a Beautiful Border and a Bitty Butterfly.  The word and butterfly are cut out of white card stock and a piece of the Pretty Pink Peonies Paper Collection.

Here is my second project:



This card features Daughter's Best Friend,

One more!


 I am loving the Long & Lean Letters!  This card came together in a flash using 

For more inspiration using the April Release and to see the other designers projects, 
be sure to visit the Divinity Designs Blog!

Thank you for visiting!  Have a wonderful week! 
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Saturday, December 15, 2018

Welcome to the NCC December Release!


Good morning!  
So happy to have you with us as we share inspiration with the latest release from 

Both cards feature the Very Merry stamp set and Very Merry Paper Pad.  
I colored the images with copics.  

My first card above also uses the following dies: Double Stitched Rectangles, Pierced Rectangles, Circle Ornaments, and Holiday Words.

Here is my second card:


These sweet little carolers are part of the same Very Merry set.  I also used Pierced Squares, Pierced Rectangles, Snow Crystals, Bitty Borders, and Holiday Words.

Head over to the BLOG to see more inspiration with this adorable new set 
and paper pad from North Coast Creations!

Thank you for stopping by!
Have a wonderful weekend!
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Friday, December 14, 2018

Looking Back at the ODBD December Release


Today, we are taking a look back at the December Release from Our Daily Bread Designs.  
Both of my cards today feature the new set called Seek Me.  

For the card above, I cut an oval out of contact paper and sponged ink onto the background.  Then, with the mask still in place, I stamped the line of trees.  I then stamped the sentiment.  I made the frame with an Oval and an Oval Stitched Rows die.  I also used a Pierced Rectangle.  A pretty little white bow completes this CAS card.

Here is my next card:


I needed another Christmas card so I used this smaller tree silhouette stamp in the corner of a Pierced Rectangle.  I added the Merry Christmas Caps and a Bitty Border in red.  Love the contrast of color!  I added a tiny gold bow to complete the card.

That is it from me today!  

To see more inspiration with this month's release, 
head over to the ODBD Blog to check out what the other designers created!

Thanks for stopping by!  Have a wonderful weekend!


Saturday, December 1, 2018

Welcome to the ODBD December New Release!


Good morning!  
We are so happy you have joined us as we share projects made with the 

My first project above features the Winter Greetings set.  I colored the owl with copics.  I made a frame with Pierced Rectangles and the new Double Pierced Vintage Label dies.  And then used another Pierced Rectangle for the sentiment.  

Here is my next project:


I created this card with the Center Step A2 die and the Center Step A2 Layers dies along with the new set called Peaceful Wishes.  I cut out a Lavish Layer, cut it down and pieced it together to fit the center panel.  I created a little 'village' in front of the tree image with the Neighborhood Border, Fence, Bitty Borders and Christmas Door Greenery.  The sentiment is cut out with a Double Pierced Vintage Label.  The tinier bows are from the Windowsill Candles dies.  The tiniest red circle on the white house is the inner part of the hole from a Mini Tags and Labels die.

And here is my last project:


A simple little rustic card made with the new Flourished Tree Inset and Retro Christmas Paper.  I used the twine to outline the tree for a little bit of interest to this simple card.

Thanks so much for stopping by!

For more inspiration using the December Release
head over to the ODBD Blog

Have a great weekend!
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Friday, November 16, 2018

Taking a Look Back at the ODBD November Release!


Good morning!  Today we are sharing more projects with products from the ODBD November Release.  My first project above features the new Stamp/Die Duo called Joyful Christmas.  I colored the image with copics and then cut it out with the coordinating die.  I stamped the sentiment onto an Oval Stitched Rows die cut.  The beautiful paper is from the new Christmas Collection 2018 Paper Pad and is cut with a Pierced Rectangle.  The bottom layer is cut with a Snowflake Sky die.  A pretty seam binding bow completes the card.

Here is another card from me today:


For this card, I practiced the No Line Copic Coloring technique.  This Stamp/Die duo is called Merry Christmas.  I stamped the image three times.  After coloring the main layer, I cut it out with the coordinating die.  After coloring the other two images, I fussy cut the other two layers of the poinsettia.  I also used a stylus on the back of the flower layers to give it a little dimension.  The Poinsettia is popped up onto an Ornate Oval which is adhered to a Pierced Rectangle.  I added some pink rhinestones to the center to complete this card!

For more inspiration using the November Release and to see the other designers projects, 
be sure to visit the ODBD Blog!

Thanks so much for stopping by!  
Have a wonderful weekend!
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