ODBDSLC115 ~ Torn or Distressed

It is time for another Our Daily Bread Designs Shining the Light Challenge! 

This week we want to see projects that are torn, distressed or both!   

To make the challenge even more fun, we will be giving out a prize, a $15 gift certificate to be used toward stamps at the Our Daily Bread Designs store!! If you are not using ODBD stamps, please do not enter more than once. Additional entries without using ODBD stamps will not be commented on nor will they qualify for prizes.

While it is not required to use Our Daily Bread Designs images and sentiments on your creations, we would love to see them if you have them! As a way of recognizing those who do use Our Daily Bread Designs stamps, we will again be choosing 1 to 2 creations to spotlight for our Shining the Light Award. In order to qualify for this award, however, you must use Our Daily Bread stamps and have your submission added to Mr. Linky by Sunday, July 15th at 8 p.m. EST. If you upload your creations to Splitcoast Stampers or any other online gallery, please use the keyword ODBDSLC115. When creating your posts on blogs please include a link to our challenge.

And my project for the week... framed and ready to gift...


And a closer view of the die cuts including a corrugated matting and birdie...


The black frame is one I found at Walmart for $3 and coated with Ranger's Distress Crackle Paint (Picket Fence). I removed the glass and adhered my DP (Prima's Nature Garden) to the backing. I distressed the center with Ranger Pumice Stone ink and ripped the top center before gluing to the backing. For this project, I selected Our Daily Bread Designs' On Eagles' Wings. This set is one of the very first I ever purchased and remains one of my favorite sets to work with! I cut/embossed my sentiment panel and scalloped matting (a torn cardboard box) and glued them together with dimensional foam. I lined the back of the scalloped matting with ScorTape and added a thin gathered edge of white tulle. before placing in the center of the frame panel. For interest, I die cut a tiny bird out of the same distressed card board piece and a branch/leaves out of card stock. I placed them where desired and added yellow blossoms. Now I just need to box it up and send it to a dear friend!
Thanks for stopping in and be sure to check out what my other Sister Sticks have for ya... Blessings...
Chris Olsen  *** Jan Keen *** Jan Marie Ennenga *** Kathy Roney *** Rosemary Dennis *** Sabrina Jackson *** and our very special guest designer this month Sherry Kushibab!
To see all the creations in one place or join the challenge, click HERE.

We hope you can join the challenge! We look forward to seeing your creations!!
Blessings...

Lori

Card Recipe
Stamps - Our Daily Bread Designs - On Eagles' Wings
Paper - Prima - Nature Garden; Reclaimed Cardboard Box; Colorbok; Bazzill
Ink - Versafine - Onyx Black; Ranger Distress Ink - Pumice Stone
Dies - Spellbinders Ovals Large & Classic Scalloped Ovals Large; Memory Box - Tender Leaves, Nestled Bird & Grove Branch
Misc. - Blossoms; White Tulle; Black 5 x 7 Frame; Ranger Distress Paint - Picket Fence

 Additional Challenges

Stampin' Sisters in Christ - SSIC147 - Use 1 oval or circle element, 2 types of paper (for me a designer paper and cardstock) and 1 embellishment (roses or tulle)

Word Art Wednesday - WAW35

Comments

Oh What an elegant frame Lori!! Love the vintage look and the flowers!!
Hugs,
Chris
kathi17 said…
Your picture is beautiful Lori. I love the distressing on the frame and the branch with the bird and flowers. Your friend will treasure it!
Dawn said…
Lori... this is fabulous!! I love the distressed frame!! what a lovely gift to give and receive!!!
Kathy said…
This is gorgeous Lori! Such a beautiful weathered look to it! Super creative and I love the willowy branch you added! I need to get me some crackle paint, I've never tried it! Blessings! Kathy
Oh my goodness, Lori, girl, this is B R E A T H T A K I N G !!!!
I love the distressing and sof t color scheme...absolutely gorgeous!! Hugs and blessings, Sabrina
Sherry Kushibab said…
Lori, what a beautiful piece, I have no doubt your friend will be overjoyed at receiving such a gift. Just love how you took a $3 frame and distressed it up perfectly to highlight this wonderful scripture. Inspiring.
Rosemary said…
this is a real jaw-dropper, lori!! love the distressed frame and how you chose to use just a few well place embellishments to accent the beautiful verse!! hugs!
Sabrina said…
I love the way you added the roses to that branch. And who would ever have thought that an old cardboard box could make such a great matting layer!!
Just gorgeous, Lori. I'm just in awesome of this!
Blessings to you for sharing with us at Word Art Wednesday.
Karen L
Sandee said…
Stunning Lori!!!
Grace said…
Absolutely gorgeous Lori!!! Can't believe that frame started out black! LOVE love love it! The branches look so great with the little roses on... love the softness of the bg... love it ALL!!!
hugs,
Grace
Jan Marie said…
This is so gorgeous. . so vintage, so charming!! Love the depth and texture and that wonderful scripture. Beautiful work!! Lord bless!!
Tammy said…
Lori!! What an awesomw job you did?!?! Thank you for sharing and for educating us with your giftings:) be blessed
~Beyond Measure
Tammy
www.urbeyondmeasure.com
Cards By Jan said…
Just so beautiful...I love your soft colours....just sooooooo beautiful!! WOW...love the framing too!!
Hugs
Michelle said…
This is beautiful! What a great idea for those inexpensive frames that might not quite match out decor. Love the stamp you used and how the branch die is 3D. I'm sure your friend will be blessed! Thanks for sharing this week at SSiC.
Blessings,
Michelle
Tam said…
great project!

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