Monday, September 14, 2015

Surprise!!! A Mid Month Release at Our Daily Bread Designs!

Good morning!  Welcome to a special mid-month release blog hop at Our Daily Bread Designs!  This month Our Daily Bread Designs has some many new products, they couldn't stop with one release!  So today, I get to show you some new STAMPS and DIES just for this special mid month release!  And they are AMAZING!!!!  But ODBD stuff is always amazing!!!!

It's almost like getting dessert twice with you meal and not gaining a pound!!!  **if only that happened in real life**  And if a second release of amazing products isn't enough...  we are having ANOTHER blog hop this month, with DRUM ROLL PLEASE****  A CHANCE TO WIN A $25 GIFT CERTIFICATE TO THE ODBD STORE!!!!  Woot, Woot!!!!  Be sure to check out all the deets on this special blog hop and how you may qualify to win at the end of this post...  

So let's go straight to card number #1 
featuring the new Beauty   
stamp set AND the new Leafy Edged Borders Die...

I started with a rich raspberry card stock base (4.5 x 5 inches) and added a white card stock mat.  I used the new Leafy Edged Borders Die  to cut my white lace layer, silver poster board layer and designer paper over lay.  I stamped my image with Memento Ink on Copic compatible paper and colored it to resemble a stargazer lily.  I fussy cut the image after completing it and nestled it on top of a white die cut panel (created with the Stitched Ovals
die) along with greenery from the Fancy Foliage Die.  I stamped my sentiment with a rich raspberry
ink on white card stock and hand cut the panel to create a banner.  I tucked a pearl spray along with a few random pearls on the edge.  

And now for my second card using Plant a Garden...


Here, I started with a brown card stock base also measuring 5.5 x 4.25 inches.  I then chose a plank like designer paper from Our Daily Bread Designs' Rustic Beauty Paper Collection. 
I elected to cut strips of the paper and adhere it to my base as if it were a true fence...  going so far as to add a z shaped brace with dimensional foam on top.  I stamped the image on Copic compatible paper (Plant a Garden) and colored it with Copics.  I lightly sponged on Memento's Olive Grove ink on the bottom and Summer Sky on top to mimic the sky.  I created the flower spray with the new Pretty Posies Die. 
I cut flower layers and leaves with white card stock and colored each with distress ink.  I spritzed them lightly with water and shaped them with a stylus and mouse pad.  I used an older die Sunburst Background Die,
to created the base for the flower "buds" you see...   

So here are the new items you see for this special mid month release...


 


and some of the older items you see today...






Now that you have visions of dies and stamps dancing in your head...  here is all the information on today's blog hop!


***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 "stamps column" of the website just for commenting on the Design Team cards!  You have until September 15, 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 September 16th, so be sure to check back there to see if you won!***

ODBD Blog  ***  If  you get lost along the way!  

And the "Bread Sticks" 


Sandee * Julie * Grace * Chris * Loretta * Angie 
Cathy * RobinT. * Sabrina * America * Robin C. *
 Paula * Silke * Amy * Lori (ME)Dawn * Diana
Thanks for stopping by today!  Blessings!
Card #1
Memento - Tuxedo Black, Rose Bud
Copics - G40, G24, G94. R22, R27, 0, E09
Card #2 
Memento - Tuxedo Black, Summer Sky, Olive Grove, Espresso Truffle (sentiment)
Copics - E30, E34, E35, YR12, YR18, G40, G46, 
Y11, Y13, V12, V17, YG17, YG25, R24, R27
Flowers - Ranger Distress Ink - Scattered Straw (centers), 
Dusty Concord (blossom), Peeled Paint (leaves and stamen)

26 comments:

Irish Cherokee said...

Gorgeous lily card. They are one of my favorite spring/summer garden plants. Beautifully done. Having been a farm boy I like the second card as well. Excellent work.

Hugs and Blessings
Jim

Bunny said...

Beautiful cards. I love the new dies and sentiments. The Plant a Garden card reminds me of cooler weather when I start making soups to put up in the freezer. What a beautiful bounty of vegetables.

Sarosa said...

I never have remotely liked picnic or picnic basket images, nor have I appreciated any cards with those types of images. Until yours! It's beautiful!!!

JoAnn said...

Your lily card is gorgeous. Love the colors. Lovely basket of veggies. Fabulous coloring. TFS

Angella D. Crockett said...

Both are super fabulous!!! Love the colors and layout of the 1st and the 2nd has a fun country feel....love how you placed the wood-grain designer paper!!! HUGS!!

Pamela Haskin said...

Beautiful cards! I especially love all the layers!

Susan Lankford said...

Stunning coloring and design!

Lois said...

I love all the layers on your first card -- gorgeous!

Silke Ledlow said...

Lori, love the striking colors and layers on your first card! Your basket card is perfect too....two beautiful cards!

Berina RGA said...

Beautiful cards!! Love your coloring of the lilies... The flower on the second card is gorgeous!!
-Berina
Moxie Craftie

Chris Olsen, Glowbug said...

Lori, your cards are beautiful!! I just love the wood panel dp paired with the basket and die cut flowers on the second and your stunning choice of colors and coloring of the lilies on the first!! Beautiful work my friend!
hugs,
Chris

Brandi R said...

Wonderful cards for a wonderful release. Love them both ♥

Grace said...

Oh Lori... I love them both! Your coloring of the lilies is beautiful and the wood bg on the second is the perfect touch for that country feel! Love them!
hugs,
Grace

Robin said...

Beautiful layers on your first card! Your lilies are colored perfectly, too bad I'm allergic to them, lol. Love the country look of your second card; great use of dies on both! I am having fun being a guest designer for ODBD!

Sue D said...

Very pretty. My fave is the one with the garden basket.

laughingstamper said...

I like them both but my fave is the veggie basket against the wood grain! The added flower and banner is so perfect!!!!

Pages with Paula said...

Beautiful cards! Your first card would make a beautiful Christmas card! The second I loved the fence background with the twirly things looking like vines clinging around it. Love your cards.

Linda Carson said...

Both cards are fabulous Lori! So many beautiful details and beautiful coloring!

Patty said...

Love the raspberry color!! Perfect background paper for your garden card!!

April said...

These are lovely! I love the rustic look of the second one!

Dawn said...

Fabulous samples, Lori!! Clever you with the Rustic Beauty paper, how cute!! Love them both!

Sandee Shanabrough said...

Fantastic cards sweet Lori!!! I REALLY love the Rustic Beauty paper on the second card! Perfect!

Robin Clendenning said...

Beautiful Lori! Love your coloring and colors!

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

Gorgeous, Lori! Both are such wonderful cards, but I especially love the vibrant pinky/red on the first. Such a perfect contrast w/ the white & green.

America said...

Hi Teamie. What lovely layering and uses of cuts! Gorgeous cards and attention to details.

Kelley said...

Love the country/farm look with the wood paper and fresh veggies! Your pink stargazer lily card is a real WOW card!!