Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Welcome to the NCC March Release!

Good morning!

As always, here are the details of how you can win:

Just for commenting on the Design Team Blog Posts, you have a chance to win a $10 NCC Gift Certificate, good towards the purchase of NCC Stamps!  You have until March 27, 2015 at 10:00 PM EDT to leave a comments on the participating designers blogs for a chance to win!  Two random winners will be selected from the comments left on the designers blogs, and the winners will be announced on the NCC Blog on March 28, 2015!  
Be sure to check back there to see if you have won!
My first card features Warm My Heart.  I stamped the image onto white card stock and onto a sheet of the ODBD Shabby Rose Paper and cut it out so I could do the paper piece technique.  I used the ODBD Doily die and the ODBD Beautiful Border die to create this shabby card! 

Here is my second card:
 This time I used What's Brewin'?  It is hard to see in the photo but the images are stamped in brown and clear embossed.  The background paper is from the ODBD Shabby Rose Paper Collection and is embossed with the ODBD Faithful Fish die.  The outside edge of the brown layer is cut and embossed with the ODBD Flourished Star Pattern die.  Added brown seam binding to complete the card!
Here are the new NCC sets I used today:
Don't forget to make comments along the way for your chance to win!  Here are links to the blogs of my DT sisters:

Thank you so much for joining us today!  Have a wonderful day!
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Monday, March 23, 2015

Wedding Day Fan

Here is an easy idea for your wedding, using the beautiful Solid Tiffany Blue Card Stock 100# from!  The wedding season is almost upon us and so many are planning outdoor weddings. You want your guests to be as comfortable as possible.  Why not a fan?

First I printed out a little announcement/thank you onto a sheet of Solid Tiffany Blue Card Stock 100#.  Using Spellbinders Labels 29, I cut out the printed information and a heavy piece of chipboard that is white on one side.  I used Scor-Tape to adhere the two pieces together.  I glued the fan handle to the back with a strong adhesive.  When I took the photo above, I had planned to tie lace on the handle.  However, I changed my mind and used seam binding instead.  
I like it better!  

What do you think?  This is something that is easy to do in mass quantities, it wouldn't be very expensive, and your guests will have something to keep as a reminder of your special day!
Thanks for taking a look!  Have a wonderful day!
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Friday, March 20, 2015

Time to Look Back at the ODBD March Release!

Good morning!  
So glad you joined us for our look back at the March Release from 
Our Daily Bread designs!  We had so much fun working with these new sets and we hope you were inspired by our creations!  For my card today, I am using the Basket of Blessings set.  I colored it with several copics to achieve a color match to this sheet of the Shabby Rose Paper Collection. I cut out the basket and made a slit at the top of the basket to tuck in the Grass Border.  I attached the basket to a Daisy Chain Background die-cut which is layered over the designer paper.  I also embossed the outer edge with a die from the Flourished Star Pattern dies.  And then I added a pretty seam binding bow to the handle.  I stamped the sentiment to a tag cut with the Recipe Card And Tags dies, adding hemp twine.  Then I tucked the tag into the basket.  Below is a photo with the tag out.


Here are the ODBD products I used for this card:
And that is it for me today!  
Please go check out the inspiration from my DT sisters!  

Here are the links:

Julie * Cathy * Lori * Dawn * Wanda 

Have a wonderful day!
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Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Happy Anniversary ODBD!

 Seven years!!!  Woohoo!  
Way to go Our Daily Bread designs!!!  

So today is the reveal day for this year's special anniversary sets!  We are celebrating with a blog hop!  Here are the details on how you can be a winner:

Seven randomly selected winners will each receive one of the new ODBD Anniversary stamp sets just for commenting on the Design Team cards!  You have until March 19, 2015 at 9:00 p.m. EDT to leave your comments on the Designers Blogs for a chance to win!  The Winners will be posted on the ODBD Blog on March 20th, so be sure to check back there to see if you won!
 God is big enough to take care of your smallest needs.  So true!!!

This sentiment is part of the new God Quotes set.  The font is so beautiful!  I cut the quote out with a die from Recipe Card and Tags dies and matted it with a Doily die cut.  The gorgeous paper is from the Shabby Rose Paper Collection.  The outside edge is cut and embossed with a die from Flourished Star Pattern.  I added pretty lace die cuts from the Beautiful Borders dies.  A shabby seam binding bow and some pretty pearls complete the card!

Here are the products I used for this card:

You did it!!!
I so appreciate you hopping all the way here to my blog!  
Thank you so much!!!  
Just in case you missed it, here are links to my DT sisters!  
Don't forget to make comments on their blogs for your chance to win!

 Lori * Chris * Angie * Silke * Robin * Sabrina * Lisa * Grace * Gracie * Audrey
 * Wanda * Paula * Cathy * Diana * Dawn * Sandee (that's me!)

If a link is broken just head back to the ODBD Blog to get back on track!

Have a wonderful day!
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Sunday, March 15, 2015

Proverbs 31:30

Good morning!!! 

We are so happy you are joining us in celebrating our 7th anniversary!   
Thanks for making the last seven years amazing!!!  I am blessed to have been a part of Our Daily Bread designs for six of those years!  
Congratulations to Kelley and the entire Our Daily Bread designs gang!! 
Here's to many, many more years to come!

Today we are sharing projects made with the Scripture Collection sets.  And we would love to have you join us in sharing your projects using an ODBD Scripture.  To enter, simply create your project using an ODBD Scripture, then add your permalink to the InLinkz found at the bottom of this post on the ODBD Blog by Saturday, March 21, 2015.  Seven random winners will be chosen from all entries to receive a $15 ODBD Gift Certificate to the ODBD Store, to be used toward the purchase of ODBD Stamps found in the "stamps column" of the website.  Winners will be posted on the ODBD Blog on Sunday, March 22, 2015, so please be sure to check there to see if you have won.

Also, be aware the Scripture Collections are all on sale!!!  From now through Saturday, March 21, 2015, you can SAVE 20% on all Scripture Collection stamp sets!  Please see the ODBD Blog for more details.

 Proverbs 31:30 is one of my favorite verses and is the scripture that I chose to be part of Scripture Collection 4!  I cut out the scripture with a circle from Matting Circles dies.  A doily cut with the Doily dies is used to mat the circle.  The paper is from the Blushing Roses Paper Collection.  The other ODBD dies I used are: Beautiful Borders, Mini Tags, Fancy Foliage, and Peaceful Poinsettias.

Thanks again for joining us today!  
Here are all the links to my DT sisters!  
Don't forget to check out what they have to share with you!

 Lori * Chris * Angie * Silke * Robin * Sabrina 
 Grace * Elizabeth * AudreyCathy * DawnGracie

Have a great day!
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Saturday, March 14, 2015

Cookie Inspiration Challenge on SCS!

Hi there!  This card is for the Inspiration Challenge on Splitcoast this morning!  The cookies are so beautiful!  I would have a very hard time eating one let me tell you!  LOL!  Here is a link to the photo that I used as my inspiration.  I thought the new Floral Egg image from ODBD would work great!I layered a beautiful cross from ODBD Ornamental Crosses on top of the egg and popped it up over the Christ the Lord Background. The background is embossed on the edge with a die from the ODBD Flourished Star Pattern dies.  I completed the card with a button and bow.
Here are the products I used today:

It's our anniversary!  
We invite you to join us for a week long celebration starting today!  
Click the ad below to go straight to the ODBD Blog!

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

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Friday, March 13, 2015

Exciting News and A Frozen Celebration!

Hello!  Hope you are having an awesome day!  I am excited to share my first project as a member of the Paper and More Design Team!  Paper and is a great place to buy all of your DIY paper needs for parties, showers and weddings!  

My first projects are for a little girl's birthday party theme of Frozen!

To get started, I created my invitation in MS Word, printing it out onto Bright White Heavy Card Stock 80#.  I trimmed it to fit inside the beautiful Tiffany Solid Blue Solid Square 6 1/4" Petal Card.  (Hint: I googled the rgb codes for Tiffany Blue so that I could get a close match printed out for some of the invitation wording. The color looks a little off in some photos however.)  Also from the Bright White Heavy Card Stock 80# and from Tiffany Blue Heavy Card Stock 100#, I cut out several shapes from Our Daily Bread designs dies.  The stamped sentiment is from an Our Daily Bread designs set called Special Girl.  I gathered all of my pieces together, along with snips of ribbon and lace, a toothpick and a white lollipop stick.  Oh, a strand of blue pearls, and silver elastic cording too!

I adhered the printed invitation and then popped up the snowflakes with foam tape.  I glued a silver bow onto the double snowflake for a little dazzle.  You could easily add sparkle with glitter or glitter glue as well. 

It would be very hard to have a princess party without a magic wand! The star/snowflake combo is taped to the lollipop stick. You could use a straw for this project as well.  

And here is a cute little cupcake topper!  You can see how the toothpick slides up in between the two flowers that are glued together. 

One more view of all three projects.  The sky is the limit as to what you can create for your princess party!  Remember, if hosting a party for a very young child, be sure to supervise them at all times with smaller or pointy pieces.

Thank you for visiting with me today!  I appreciate it so much! 
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