Friday, June 12, 2015
A Look Back at Our Daily Bread Designs' June Release
Can you believe how quickly this year is flying by? It's hard to believe that schools are out and summer vacations are starting? It just seems like last week that I was planning for Christmas! My Momma always told me time would speed up once I got a bit older... lol...
Today we are taking a look back at Our Daily Bread Designs' June Release. Today I used the new Sunshine Blessings stamp set and fun new die, Sunburst Background. For more inspiration using the June Release be sure to visit the ODBD Blog. And don't forget to check out the links at the end of today's post to all of the other designers (The Bread Sticks.) They have some fabulous creations to share as well!
I started with a white card stock base (5.5 x 4.25 inches) and added an orange mat. After using the Sunburst Background Die to cut out my focal layer, I sponged on three layers of ink **BEFORE removing the die!** I started with a pale yellow, added a yellow pink closed to the center and then added an orange layer further out. I stamped my sentiment on a white piece of scrap card stock before using the Pennants Die to cute/emboss/frame it.
I just love the rich tones!
So here are the items you see!
ODBD Blog (if you get lost along the way...)
And the "Bread Sticks"
Thanks again for stopping by! Have a wonderful and blessed day!
Stamps - Our Daily Bread Designs - Hello Sunshine
Paper - Georgia Pacific, Bazzill
Ink - Memento Cantaloupe, Ranger Distress Ink - Worn Lipstick, Spiced Marmalade; Memento Morocco (Sentiment)
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