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ODBDSLC114 - Anything Goes!

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It is time for another Our Daily Bread Designs Shining the Light Challenge!  This week we have am easy peasy challenge! Use anything from Our Daily Bread Designs!

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 8th at 8 p.m. EST. If you upload your creations to Splitcoast…

CAS176 & WAW36 ~ Sturdy Shelter ~

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Thought I would pop in and show you another card I created with Our Daily Bread Designs' Faithful Friend set.  I got this set a week or so back and I just can't put it down!  I love it when a stamp set just seems to work for every project!  The sketch is from this week's Clean and Simple Challenge at Splitcoast.


I scored the bottom of the white card stock base before placing a matted layer of Authentique paper. I matted the sentiment on a simple black card stock panel and fussy cut the dragonfly. After adding Diamond Stickles to his "wings" I popped him on the card with dimensional foam. Super easy! Gotta love that! As always thanks for stopping in! I love to hear from you!

Don't forget on July 1st, Our Daily Bread Designs will release new stamp sets! (...they are FABULOUS!) For my Cricut fans stop in next week on Monday and Friday for some Exploring Cricut posts! And next Thursday the ODBD Alumni team will be having a hop! And it promises to be f…

SC390 ~ Faithful Friend & ODBD's Merry Sale!

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Hard to believe another week is moving on. Looking forward to a few upcoming vacation days... maybe I can get all my crafting caught up... RIGHT!!! But in the meantime I have a Splitcoast sketch inspired card...



And the sketch that started it all...



I just love this set from Our Daily Bread Designs, Faithful Friend. It just has so many possibilities!

And speaking of possibilities... Our Daily Bread Designs is having a Merry 6 Months Until Christmas sale. This means a HUGE sale on many of the Christmas stamp sets and singles to help you get a head start on your Christmas cards and projects!

Some of the singles are NEW to the ODBD store, and with a 20% savings, I am sure you will be adding some of these to your shopping cart! This sale runs through June 30, 2012 midnight EST!  So ya gotta hurry!!!!    Until next time...

Blessings...

Card Recipe

Stamps - Our Daily Bread Designs - Faithful Friend
Paper - Bazzill; Kaisercraft Velvet Ensemble
Ink - Ranger Distress Ink - Pumice…

F4A122 & SSIC145 ~ Bling It Up

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Sometimes the simplest of ideas goes completely, utterly out of control. That is exactly what happened to me over the weekend as I decided to try out some new Distress Paint. As sometimes happens, I couldn't just settle on plan A. I had to jump head long into plan B. After cutting and gluing two cardboard die cuts together, painting them and watching them crackle up, I had a bright idea! I decided that some added bling would be JUST the ticket. And so I ran to my embellishment stash faster than you can say glitter. And glitter I did! After adding spray adhesive, I blinged it up with coarse crystal glitter. But oh, how my heart longed to do even more! So I sprayed yet again and added fine crystal glitter! And there, where shortly before a double layer of fleur de lis shaped cardboard had been was the most beautiful sight I had ever beheld! (OK, MAYBE I sniffed just a LITTLE too much spray adhesive during this undertaking...) lol... 

This card will go to a lovely couple …

WT370 Windows & Doors ~ For All You Do ~

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Today, I am sharing a card I created for Splitcoast Stamper's Ways To Use It Challenge.  This week participants were asked to create something with a window and/or door.  I wanted to do something a little different.  Most of the cards I see show a scene looking outside the window.  I wanted to create something that looked as if you were outside gazing in. 



To create the brick I embossed a white card stock panel with Tim Holtzs' Alteration Bricked folder. I then took my Memento London Fog ink pad and run it over the embossed paper until I achieved the desired look. I added some Ranger Distress Ink (Pumice Stone) with a inking sponge for depth. Once the panel was dry, I used a rectangular Spellbinder die to cut out the window opening. I placed a layer of DP beneath with dimensional foam. I looked for a pattern that reminded me of old wallpaper. I trimmed the brick panel with black card stock and then kraft. The window and window box die were added with dimensional foam. …

ODBDSLC113 ~ Three or MORE, Please!!!

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It is time for another Our Daily Bread Designs Shining the Light Challenge!  This week we have a real challenge for you!! Let’s see you use three or more stamps on the FRONT of your creation. They can be images, backgrounds or sentiments but you must use three or more stamps.

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!! Entries for the prize must be submitted by Friday, June 27th at 8 a.m. EST. One random winner will be chosen and announced Saturday, June 28th. 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 cr…

Exploring Cricut ~ Daily Project!

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Good Friday morning to ya! I am so excited to have a Cricut Expression that works! After taking a forced sabbatical from Cricuting I am finally back in action. And today I am popping with a fun and funky daily project for Exploring Cricut. This isn't my normal "frilly" creation. I pulled out a sorely neglected cartridge, Nifty Fifties for this one. And my creation is one COOL cat...



My base is white card stock cut to create a 4 1/4 x 5 1/4 inch card. I used Provocraft's Spots & Dots Embossing Folder for some pizzaz. The kitty was cut at 4 1/4 inches (black card stock) and then run through a xyron to make it tacky. I then covered the cat with black flocking. Because the cat was relatively small, I opted to cut pink for the ears and nose only (4 1/4 inches also). A few white pearls add a fun "collar" for my feline friend. The aqua base is also 4 1/4 inches. But the word cool which I pulled from the phrase "cool cat" is only 2 inch…

ODBD's Alumni Team Hop ~ Good Stewards!

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Welcome to Our Daily Bread Design's Alumni Team's bi-monthly For the Love Blog Hop. This week the Alumni team along with some of the ODBD designers are featuring a hop For the Love of ODBD Good Steward sets! Check out each link and leave a comment. If you get lost along the way, check the ODBD blog for full list of links. One of the posts is a hop hot spot and a name will be drawn from that list of comments to win a $15 ODBD store gift certificate. So, all you have to do is hop along and see all the creations and leave a little love! You have until Wednesday, July 4th at 6 pm. Enjoy all the awesome inspiration usingFor the Love of ODBD Good Steward sets!

If you arrived here from Angie's FABULOUS blog you are in the right spot! If not, head over to ODBD's Blog for a full link list.

Today I have THREE sets to show you!

God Bless America





I Pledge Allegiance





and In God We Trust





You have one final stop to make on today's hop. I will send you back…

QFTD117 ~ Spotlighting ~

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This weekend I took a few moments to play along with some fun challenge at Splitcoast. I always enjoy seeing what all of the participants come up with. This time I wanted to honor SCS's Queen for the Day, Cathy, aka cathymac on Splitcoast. You can check out her fabbo gallery HERE.

To honor Cathy, I selected a card from her gallery and used the same technique called spotlighting.



I stamped my image, Faith on two sheets of Neenah, coloring one with Copics. I then cut the colored image with a small Spellbinder and the uncolored image with a large SB. I nested them together with dimensional foam. The sentiment is from ODBD's Birthday Blessings set. This was a quick and easy project! Perfect for a hectic weekend! Thanks for stopping in!

Card Recipe

Stamps - Our Daily Bread Designs - Faith & Birthday Blessings Paper - Colorbok; Bo Bunny - Country Garden
Ink - Copics; Memento Tuxedo Black
Dies - Spellbinders - Large Classic Rectangles
Misc - Ric Rac

Exploring Cricut ~ Summer Fun!

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So glad to back among the Cricut devotees! For those of you who don't stop by on a regular basis my E2 bit the dust! Thanks to my friends and some lovely support people at Provocraft I am back in business!  Thanks to my dear friend Diane for loaning me her Mini and my new E2 should arrive today!  Hip hip hooray!!!! 

So on to this weeks Exploring Cricut challenge...

Summer Fun - Make a card, layout or papercraft using at least 3 Cricut cuts, 2 pattern papers, AND 1 embellishment of a summer fun activity, vacation, etc....

and my project...



Let's check the list...

3 Cricut cuts -

Life's a Beach - Adirondack Chair (4.25 in); Beach Ball (2 in); Beach Umbrella (5.25 in)

2 Pattern Papers - Kaisercraft - Seaside Collection (pattern #1 - background & pattern #2 - umbrella & beach ball)

1 Summer Embellishment of summer activity - Flowersoft Sand

Whew! Think I can check them all off! Thanks for stopping by!

Card Recipe

Cricut Cartridge - Life's a Beach
Stamps - Our Daily…

~ God's Mercy ~

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And aren't we glad?  Thanks so much for stopping by today.  I want to share a card that I created using some "non-traditional" colors...  at least for me anyway!  I found some papers by Kaisercraft and decided to play.  The collection is called Seaside and with that in mind I pulled out a new Provocraft embossing folder (Hawaiian Shirt) and added some Magnum PI to the case...  :-)



I told ya it was busy! lol... This card has more orange, yellow and aqua than I EVER work with! The lace is a bargain rack find at Michaels and I used standard Circle and Petite Scalloped Spellbinder dies for the sentiment. The sentiment is from Our Daily Bread Design's The Sea set. Very appropriate this time of year... Thanks for stopping in! I will spend the rest of the day trying to get the Magnum PI theme song out of my head! Blessings!!

Card Recipe

Stamp - Our Daily Bread Designs - The Sea
Paper - Bazzill; Kaisercraft - Seaside Collection
Ink - Versafine - Onyx Black (sentimen…

ODBDSLC112 - Summer is Here!

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It is time for another Our Daily Bread Designs Shining the Light Challenge!  Since it is officially summer in the USA this week, let’s see your summer themed creations. They can include gardening, boats, and etc….anything related to a summer activity.

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!! Entries for the prize must be submitted by Friday, June 22nd at 8 a.m. EST. One random winner will be chosen and announced Saturday, June 23rd. 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 …

MOJO245 ~ Stand Firm ~

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Things have been busy around the Ulrich household.  Unfortunately my Cricut is still MIA...  Let's NOT talk about that...  LOL...  So in the meantime I am making due with the help of some dear friends and a massive collection of stamps! 

This is the second post for me today.  Today is the first chance I have had to work on the Mojo Monday sketch challenge.  So at the risk of boring you to death today, I am posting something else.  Here's the sketch...



And here's my attempt...



I used coordinating papers from the Be Amazing Collection by My Mind's Eye. The stamp from Our Daily Bread Designs may be found in the Not Forgotten set.  The flower is a happy creation I came upon while reading another blog, Clare's Creations. Clare Buswell has this fabulous tutorial on how to make paper carnations. Unfortunately, I do not own the Sizzix die she referred to in the video but I improvised! I pulled out a 5 petal paper punch by Stampin' Up and went to work. I followed …

SC389 ~ Weave in Faith

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I love to participate in sketch challenges and one of my new favs is over at Splitcoast. Here's this week's sketch...



And here is my take on the sketch...



The card base is plain white card stock with a matted layer of lightly distressed red. I added a layer of DP from Prima's En Francais collection. I added a die cut by Cheery Lynn Designs and a wool blossom from Jolee's for interest. The sentiment is from a wonder Our Daily Bread set called Weave in Faith. Thanks so much for stopping by! Until next time...

Lori

Card Recipe

Stamps - Our Daily Bread Designs Weave in Faith
Paper - Bazzill; Prima - En Francais
Die - Cheery Lynn Designs - Fanciful Flourish
Misc. - Pearls - Recollection, Blossom - Jolee's


Challenge

Splitcoast - SC389

CAS174 & SRC128 ~ Adventure ~

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This week the Clean & Simple crew at Splitcoast are hosting a white on white challenge. First of all clean and simple simply SCARES me! And I can count the number of dominately white cards I have done over the years on one hand! With all of these phobias in mind, this sentiment from Helen Keller says it all...



Just do it! And where have I heard that before? ;-) So with that in mind I am entering this in a new challenge for me this week, Clean and Simple over at Stampin' Royalty.  See ya next time...

Card Recipe

Stamps - Our Daily Bread Designs - Quote Collection 1
Paper - Colorbok, Bazzill
Ink - Memento Danube Blue
Misc. - Corner Rounder, Dimensional Foam

Challenges

Splitcoast Stampers - Clean & Simple - White on White - CAS174
Stampin' Royalty - Clean & Simple - SRC128

CAS174, TLC381 ~ Nothing Will Be Impossible

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Thanks so much for stopping by! Today I have another clean and simple card I submitted for a couple of challenges at Splitcoast. I played along with the Clean and Simple Challenge (White on White) and the Try a New Technique (Half it). The dies are some new Memory Box dies I received recently. For my "half" I cut the Bird Cage in Half and adhered it over the bird die cut. Pretty simple! The sentiment is one of my favorites from ODBD's Seed Packet set.

And here it is...



So I'm interested in your feedback! Do you like the Clean & Simple cards I've had or do you like the Fussy & Frilly ones I do? I like both depending on my mood! Operators are standing by... so you may submit your vote! :-) Blessings...

Lori

Card Recipe

Stamps - Our Daily Bread Designs - Seed Packet
Paper - Colorbok, Bazzill
Ink - Versafine - Onyx Black
Dies - Memory Box - Wired Bird Cage, Nestled Bird

WT378 ~ The Sea ~

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Welcome! So glad you could stop by today. My dear friend and Our Daily Bread Design Team member, Sabrina sent me a lovely package recently. Inside she carefully packed seam binding, blossoms, charms and chipboard. One of the treasures she sent was a metal pocket watch embellie from Michaels. That gift triggered this card...



My base is kraft card stock with a layer of caribbean blue paper. I selected designer paper by K & Company. I distressed the edges with a distressing tool and added distress ink to all sides. I then crinkled it up, flattened it back out and glued it to the base. This weeks SCS Ways to Use It Challenge involves banners. So I stamped my sentiment (ODBD's The Sea set) on kraft paper and cut a banner. I couldn't resist adding some hemp twine and a bit of Flower Soft Ultrafine Sand in the corner of the watch for interest. Almost looks like it washed up on shore! Thanks for stopping in and until next time!

Card Recipe

Stamps - Our Daily Bread Des…

CAS173 ~ Merry Christmas ~

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It's Christmas in June!  I created my first Christmas card this week.  I promised myself I would not fall behind and have to mail out cookie cutter store cards this year!  To make the task less intimidating, I opted to do a clean and simple card for SplitCoast's weekly challenge.



I traced the chipboard "m" on DP and cut the paper letter out. I then glued it to the chipboard base and inked all the edges with distress ink. I altered my sentiment by masking off the letter "m" and some other embellishment with scotch tape before inking. I then removed the tape revealing the letter I needed to stamp. After stamping, I placed the chipboard letter where desired with dimensional foam. For interest, I drew a line around the edges. Thanks for stopping in! See ya soon!

Card Recipe

Stamps - Hero Arts - Holiday Cheer
Paper - Colorbok, Webster's Pages - Waiting for Santa and Sweets Season
Ink - Memento Tuxedo Black, Ranger Distress Ink - Black Soot
Misc. - Chi…

F4A120 ~ So We May Live ~

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Have you ever broke down and cryed while doing a simple task? The tears came for me Friday night. I had received an order of stamps from Our Daily Bread and excitedly sat down to color. I stamped my image, pulled out Copics and started to work. But something unusual happened during that 30 minutes at the craft table. Where a blank piece of paper was, an image of the Savior came to be. As I colored the shadows around his eyes and the shadows under his chin, my eyes began to well. I pulled out a red Copic and started to define the streams of blood on his brow and face. As tears poured down my face, I came to realize a simple truth. For each stroke of the marker was like a lash he took for me. As I colored and defined his features, I became painfully, humbly aware of the beating he took for me. I saw the blood on his face and the thorns on his brow and realized how he suffered and died so I may live... so we all may live... Thank you and blessings...



and the inside...



Card Re…

ODBDSLC111 ~ Old, New, Borrowed & Blue!

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It is time for another Our Daily Bread Designs Shining the Light Challenge!  Since June is known as the wedding month…This week the team is challenging participants to make a creation using something old, something new, something borrowed or gifted, and something blue.

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!! Entries for the prize must be submitted by Friday, June 15th at 8 a.m. EST. One random winner will be chosen and announced Saturday, June 16th. 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…

FS278, RS14 ~ Cherry Blossom Birthday ~

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Thanks so much for stopping by! I have a fun sketch I've been working on.


And here's my interpretation...


My matting is black and white card stock. And the DP is from Bo Bunny's Serenity Collection. This time instead of using several patterns I opted to cut out a strip of the same paper matting it with black for my accent panel. I also inked the edges of the DP with Ranger Distress Ink (Black Soot.) I also had the opportunity to play with some new Memory Box dies. I used the Cherry Blossom, Tender Leaves and Grove Branch dies for my floral accent. I thought this combo worked well with this paper! The sentiment by Our Daily Bread Designs may be found in the Birthday Blessings set. Super easy! Thanks for stopping in!

Card Recipe

Stamps - Our Daily Bread Designs - Birthday Blessings
Paper - Colorbok, Bazzill, Bo Bunny Serenity Paper Pad
Ink - Versafine Onyx Black (sentiment), Ranger Distress Ink - Black Soot (edging)
Dies - Memory Box - Tender Leaves, Grove Bran…

Let's Hop...For the Love of ODBD Winged Things!

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Welcome to Our Daily Bread Design's Alumni Team's bi-monthly For the Love Blog Hop. This week the Alumni team along with some of the ODBD designers are featuring a hop For the Love of ODBD Winged Things! Check out each link and leave a comment. If you get lost along the way, check the ODBD blog for full list of links. One of our posts is a hop hot spot and a name will be drawn from that list of comments to win a $15 ODBD store gift certificate. So, all you have to do is hop along and see all the creations and leave a little love! You have until Wednesday, June 20th at 6 pm. Enjoy all the awesome inspiration using For the Love of ODBD Winged Things!

If you arrived here from Sabrina's FABULOUS blog you are in the right spot! If not, head over to the ODBD's Blog for a full link list.

Today I am working with Mr. Chickadee. He may be found in the You Will Find Refuge set.



There is also a matching Chickadee ODBD Custom die available. I do not own this one but I th…

SSIC142, JUGS139 ~ Sing ~

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Good morning!  I am now on day seven of Cricut withdrawal...  Hubs swears I am not NEARLY as charming as before the Cricut died!  :-)  But this has challenged me to do more stamping and in some cases get EXTREMELY creative about the products I use.  But that's good, right?  Sometimes you gotta knock the dust off of those under appreciated crafting items!

Speaking of under appreciated...  sometime I get stuck in a creative rut.  I really like those "shabby chic" cards.  And sometimes I fail to try other kinds of cards because I am so COMFORTABLE doing what I know how to do!  So today I am attempting to broaden my horizens with another clean and simple card.  I created this one for a sketch challenge at Just Us Girls and the weekly challenge at Stampin' Sisters in Christ.  The ladies at SSIC asked participants to create a card that depicts any element of heaven—angels, music, clouds, sun, stars, blue, glitter, bling, etc.  When I think of heaven, I think of music!  …

MOJO244 ~ Great Love ~

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Hope everyone had a wonderful weekend! My Mom and I had the opportunity to share some quality time together. We live close to US 68 a state route which runs from Maysville, Kentucky south. The first weekend in June there is a 400 mile yard sale along this route. Saturday we took some time to check out about 60 miles of it. We found some treasures (my fav was an old St. Bernard print in a mahogany frame). But most importantly, we had some special time together. We had a chance to chat and catch up. Isn't it grand being an adult? I think we appreciate our parents so much more!

As we traveled along, my mom was reminded of a yard sale excursion she and my Dad made many years ago. She relived all of their finds and told me about this beautiful bowl my Dad had found. She asked me what happened to that bowl. Well, I couldn't for the life of me remember a thing about a bowl! The more we discussed it, she remembered that I was fairly young and would not have been with th…

F4A119, OCCC and NO CRICUT!!! :-(

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Update - I was so distraught about my Cricut I forgot today's photo. Oops! I have modified the post... lol...

I apologize in advance to my dear Cricut followers.  You see today is normally the day I have a Cricut post for Exploring Cricut.  Well, my E2 had other ideas!  When trying to update it with the Cricut Sync program last week...  let's just say something didn't sync....  (big grimace)...  So at the moment I am Cricutless (is that a word?) until PC can figure out what can be done (if anything)...  sigh...  So please take a few moments to visit Diane and company today as they showcase the new challenge.  It looks to be fun!  In the meantime, while I am attempting to wean myself away from die cuts, I'll do some stamping.  I sure hope this doesn't mean I have to give up my Spellbinders too!  YIKES!!!

I created this card for SplitCoast Stampers' Friday Free For All Challenge.  Particpants were asked to make something graduation/celebration related but with…

FS277 ~ You Did It

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This CAS card is for this week's Featured Stamper challenge at Splitcoast. Click here to check it out. Susan Bridgman is the featured stamper. If you have a few moments check out the link and her gallery! She makes some beautiful cards!

So here is my extremely clean and simple creation...


I embossed white card stock with a Sizzix folder (Elegant Wreath) and added it to a black CS base. I make a very simple mortarboard and diploma to attach. The sentiment is from Our Daily Bread Designs' May release, Dreams. Quick, easy and perfect for that graduation card I need! Thanks for stopping in and until next time... blessings...

Lori

Card Recipe

Stamps - Our Daily Bread Designs - Dreams
Paper - Colorbok, Bazzill
Ink - Versafine Onyx Black
Misc. - Floss, Brad, Embossing Folder - Sizzix Elegant Wreath, Ribbon

SC387 ~ Congrats on Your Retirement

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Do you ever wear a card out? Do you just push the thing around on your craft table until you are sick of looking at it? Do you wonder what you can do differently? I have a terrible time creating retirement cards. You can throw just about any occasion my way and I can cook up a card. But retirements... a whole different story! So with a friend's retirement looming... I took to the craft table and nearly to my bed... lol...

And here's what I came up with...


And I must admit this sketch challenge at SplitCoast Stampers inspired me... (Things are SO MUCH easier when you have a sketch...)


Very clean and very simple. The base is gray card stock with black matting. I pulled a DP from Bo Bunny's Country Garden collection for my background and leaves. The jet flourish is by Zva and pops against the creamy yellow background. Behind my sentiment panel, I added some Spellbinders Foliage leaves with cream and yellow mulberry roses. I also added some black hemp cord tie…

STV12MON19 ~ All Our Love

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This week's Mix it Up Monday Challenge at StampTV is to create a project for a child.  So I opted to pull out one of my "cute" sets, Warm & Fuzzy, and go to work.  This one is a very clean and simple card.  I tried to focus on bright, primary colors and cartoon like characters to fit the challenge...


The card stock base is green. I framed the focal panel with navy. Behind this panel I placed some fun paper from Echo Park's collection, A Boy's Life. Very simple and super cute! Thanks for stopping in!

And don't forget Friday will be the big release day for Our Daily Bread Designs.

Card Recipe

Stamps - Gina K. Designs - Warm & Fuzzy by Asela Hopkins, Gina K. Designs - Sending Sunshine by Theresa Momber
Paper - Gina K. Designs, Echo Park - A Boy's Life
Ink - Memento - Tuxedo Black, Copic

Challenges

StampTV - Mix it Up Monday - STV12MON19 - Project For a Child