Welcome to the June Our Daily Bread Designs Release Blog Hop!
I am your first stop for our hop today! So happy to have you join us!!!
If you just happened on my blog today,
you might want to return to the ODBD Blog and start the hop from there so you don't miss a thing!
Y'all are going to love the sets this month!
Briefly, here are the details of the hop:
- Hop will run June 1 8:00am to June 2 8:00pm EDT.
- Winners will be announced June 3
- There will be FOUR PRIZES of $15, $20, $30 and $40. GC for STAMPS in the ODBD Store. Must be redeemed within the month of June**
- To qualify to win, all you have to do is hop to each of the designers, leave a comment and return to the ODBD Blog to tell us you completed the hop, and let us know of any difficulties you had along the way.
Here is my first project:
I am in love with these sweet little praying children! I used the Precious Girl set for my first card. I also wanted to make my card a little vintage and a little shabby chic! I use several coordinating sheets of Prima designer paper. I did lots of sponging and distressing and embossing. If you will notice, I inked and masked the For you from one of the sentiments and stamped it along the right edge of the card base.
I cut out two diecuts using the ODBD/Spellbinders Antique Labels and Border dies and the ODBD/Spellbinders Recipe Card and Tags dies. I layered these down on the card base and tucked a little distressed and sponged doily behind the label. The Bless the Child sentiment is popped up on the tag. I added seam binding and a Prima flower and leaf to the tag. After I added the lace, I stamped the little girl, colored her with copic markers and then cut her out. She is popped up with foam tape as well. Then I added the row of rhinestones to complete the card!
And here is my second card:
I kept the vintage/shabby look going for this card, which features the new Home of the Free set! The background was created with the Old Flag Background. I sponged ink on the flag using masks for the stripes. Then I embossed it with the SU! folder and distressed the edges. Next, I lightly coated it with white acrylic paint.
I cut out the Spellbinders hearts,sponged them and added to the card base. I colored the eagle with copics and cut him out. Then I stamped the stars and cut them out. The banner is from Memory Box. I masked each letter from the AMERICA sentiment to create the banner. I added lace and beautiful gingham ribbon I recently found at my local thrift store. I made the bow with Becca's Peg Bow Maker.
After putting the card together, I added stickles to the eagle and glossy accents to each star!
Here are all of the ODBD supplies I used for these projects:
Thanks for hopping with us today!
Your next stop is to the amazingly talented Cathy!