Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Our Daily Bread designs' December New Release Blog Hop!

Hi everyone! Welcome to the December New Release Blog Hop for Our Daily Bread designs! Most of you may have heard the exciting news about ODBD partnering up with Spellbinders as a Preferred Stamp Partner....Kelley stated it so well, so I'll add her quote here:

Our Daily Bread designs is so proud and pleased to be chosen by the Spellbinders company as a Preferred Stamp Partner. Our partnership with Spellbinders will be a blessing to the stamping community as well, as we expand our line to include perfect match sentiments, Scriptures and images to Spellbinders products. We look forward to a long and blessed partnership with such a fine product as Spellbinders.

Isn't that exciting?! We have one stamp set to show off this month, which kicks off this beautiful partnership. The "Ornaments" set coordinates with the Spellbinders Heirloom Ornaments Dies......check out the New Release post which shows how easy it is to cut out the ornament images with the dies. I have used this set for my first sample, along with Memory Box "Mistletoe" designer paper. The May Arts Crocheted Lace was tied with a Bow Easy. There are several layers of my fave, "Pearl" Glimmer Mist...you may have to click on the photo to see it....it's always camera shy!



My second sample today features the latest addition to the "Full of Grace" Collection, called "Blessings". I LOVE this set and have already used it several times!!! The designer paper is Basic Grey "Marjolaine", the pearls are Zva Creative, and the May Arts Satin Ribbon was tied with a Bow Easy. With a closer view, you can see the "Pearl" Glimmer Mist for a shimmery finish.



Now.....on to the hop!!! For this month's hop, there will be 4 prizes! Kelley has very generously offered to give Three prizes of Choice of One set and, and One GRAND PRIZE of the December Bread Basket Bundle!!!! Woo hoo, how exciting!

If you have hopped here from sweet Chris Olsen's blog, you are in the right place. If you are just stopping by for a visit, please make sure to head over to the ODBD blog and start from the beginning.....you don't want to miss a thing!!!

You have until 8pm EST on Thursday, December 2nd to complete the hop.....please see the deets on the ODBD blog on how to qualify to win. Good luck!

Your next stop is dear sweet Grace Nywening....wait until you see what she has in store for your eyes!!!

Good luck and happy hopping! Come back tomorrow for another special post! God Bless!

154 comments:

Debi said...

I love them both Angie! So very pretty!

Becca Feeken said...

Stunning Angie!! Every detail is perfect for your gorgeous card!!

Olga said...

Beautiful, love the lace at the bottom on the 1st one.

Dawn said...

fabulous Ang!! I gotta try your layering technique!! beautiful!

Kyle E. said...

Beautiful cards! Love them both!

Davi said...

Wow Angie they are both Beautiful creations as usual.:)

Joyce across the Pond said...

Both cards are simply beautiful but the first is my absolute favourite...love the warm soft colours of the background and then the more dominant ornament.

Karen W said...

Just beautiful, great card, I love this set!!!

Stampvanwinkle said...

Angie, these are just gorgeous!!

Blessings,
Deb

Marlena M. said...

Your ornament card is lovely and the second card is so whimsical~

Grace said...

Angie gf these are both gorgeous!!! I love your papers and colors... and that lace! You sure rocked these my friend!!!
hugs,
Grace

Kelly Sas said...

Stunning cards! So detailed, so perfect.

Anonymous said...

Beautiful cards. Love the colors and dimension.

ladybugg61 said...

Amazing cards - love your choice of DP's and the fabulous LO's!

Kay M said...

Both of these cards are pretty. I love how you set your ornament on your card and I love the butterfly on your sentiment (I'm partial to butterflies). Both a terrific job!

Anonymous said...

I love the maroon one so very much. It is really made elegant with the lacy finish. Hugs, Jeanielou

Judy Covey said...

Oh Angie I adore your ornament card, fantastic coloring and so bright and cheerful.

Becky said...

Angella these are stunning. Gorgeous colors.

Lin said...

Beautiful designs, they really show off these lovely stamps! Thanks for the inspiration - I love that you incoporated designer papers into your creations!

Anonymous said...

Absolutely gorgeous. Thanks for sharing
Kathy

Linda said...

I always look forward to your samples as they always are so good. I struggle coming up with new ideas and am amazed at how you just keep pumping them out. THANKS!

Anonymous said...

Love the lace bow in the first card, so pretty! Love the colors in the second! Both are beautiful!
betty.chet@gmail.com

Deb30906 said...

Beautiful projects. Love the colors.

Flo - Sweetideas said...

Your ornament card is very pretty. I love your other card too. I thought when I say that sentiment that I have to have that set and your card displays it so well.

Penny said...

Such a nice use of lace and just a beautiful card!
Penny

Nancy S. said...

Beautiful! I love the ornament and the sentiments both!

Clare said...

Absolutely beautiful card, and your colors are gorgeous!

Fonda Totten said...

I want this set and di-cut!!! Just gorgeous.

Cheryl Winget said...

So very lovely! Both these cards are just awesome!

di said...

both of these cards are great - I think I am going to have to get the ornament stamp set.

SavedbyGrace said...

Just beautiful!! My favorite Christmas memory is waking up at my Granny's house, hearing laughter, feeling the love of my family and the wonderful smells coming from the kitchen. I close my eyes and I'm there.

Carole said...

Your cards are both beautiful!

Deb said...

Love the sentiment on your second card. beautiful inspriations.
My greatest Christmas Memory is the first Christmas without my Mother. I was only 6 years old. With Mom dying in November and Christmas being the next month, sure we were sad, but my Dad, being the father that he was, did all he could do to make sure his 4 girls were happy. We didn't have a lot of money, but that's not what Christmas is all about. All we wanted for Christmas was the doll house fully furnished, that we saw in the Sears Catalog and Only the doll house and we had to share it, but my sisters and I to this day (now 50 years ago) remember how special that Christmas was.

ArmyMedicMom7132 said...

Love your card the ornament seems to be jumping off the cards. Thanks for sharing

marshmallow12 said...

Very pretty. Love the use of the crochet lace trim. This stamp set is so pretty. Can't wait to do more with my set. Blessings, Jackie

Marie said...

Hi Angela: This card is gorgeous with the use of the faux lace looking paper as a background, the focal point jumps off the paper. Thank you for sharing! Marie

Kay said...

So stunning Angie. I like both of you cards. The ornament card really catches my eye with the beautiful colors you chose. Thank you for sharing your work.

Bonnie said...

Such a beautiful card. I love the Blessings sentiment set and how great that they coordinate with the dies!

Kris said...

Beautiful ornament! My favorite Christmas memory is opening up gifts late Christmas Eve and then jumping into the car Christmas morning for the long trip to Grandma's house...loved her to pieces and those are precious memories.

Tracy J said...

Love both of these, but the colors and layout of the second really grabbed me.

Chris said...

I love both of your cards. Very lovely.


Your Sister in Christ

Christine

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

These are both just beautiful, Angie! Love the lace and tilt of the ornament card and the colors and piercing are fabulous on the second.

Judy said...

Beautiful cards! Love the stitching, colors and bows!

Debby said...

Your ornament card is breath taking. I love it. I especially love the sentiment on your second card...ch ching goes my piggy bank.

Kathryn said...

Love how the background paper coordinates so well with the colors of your ornament and ribbon. All of the lace trims look so special on the card too!

Sandra said...

wonderful cards! Love your color selections!
Sandra

Rosemary said...

truly gorgeous cards!! love the sentiments!

Allie Gower said...

Such wonderful work with fabulous products. Thank you.

joni said...

Beautiful! I'm thinking I need this stamp set along with the corresponding Spellbinders! Love it! TFS!
Hugs,
Joni

Theresa said...

Both your cards are beautiful. You have coordinated the colors so well with the dsp.
Theresa in Kitimat

Newbie said...

Love both of the cards, Angie! The lace on the first one is very stunning and the matching bow-its beautiful! Love the ornament and frame. Especially love the sentiment on the second and the butterfly-new life! Thanks for sharing!

Patty said...

Oh, dear, now I am hard pressed to choose which one I like the best. Both are lovely. The ornament has such a victorian charm and the verse on your other card is wonderful. Oh, my bank account is groaning!

Janaria said...

Such gorgeous cards, dear Angie! Love the butterfly combined with that sentiment! Your work is so honoring to the Lord with all of the time and attention to detail. Thanks for being such a blessing and light for Christ! Jan E. "Janaria"

Annette said...

These are beautiful. The colours of the backing paper really show off the images. YOu have 2 gorgeous cards.

Robert said...

Both cards are lovely. I especially like the card with the ornament. The poinsettia is beautifully coloured and the lace and bow just top it off. Great design!

Hugs,
Lucy

PatS said...

WOW, your card designs are wonderful. I especially like the Prayer up/down stamp. ODBD has such wonderful stamps. Happy Holidays!

Frea said...

Lovely cards, the background paper on the first one is very pretty. Greetz, Frea

Jessica said...

Simply beautiful, and your bows are perfect!

Chris Olsen, Glowbug said...

Wowzer girl!! These are both so stunning!! I just love your colors, coloring, and details!! So elegant!! Your signature piercing just tops off these beauties!!
hugs,
Chris

Yvonne said...

Really beautiful!

dmbennett said...

Beautiful cards. I love all the details you added... Thanks for sharing.

Colorado Crafter said...

Your cards are gorgeous!! TFS!!

bravo26 said...

both cards are stunning. The colours are so alive!!

Cook22 said...

That second card is cool! The first one is lovely too - I love all that lace and the beautifully tied bow on the ornament.

Phyllis M. said...

Beautiful cards and love the ornament one with the lace around it. Thanks for sharing.

Sharon said...

I love both the cards. Very creative!

Patter Cross said...

So gorgeous Angie! The lace is the perfect touch!

Diane said...

So pretty. Love the lace on this one.

Lenoria said...

Your cards are beautiful! I know whoever gets them will treasure them.

Connie M. said...

Angie! Both cards are just stunning, my friend! I just love that lace on the first, and your perfect bow on the second. WONDERFUL!! Hugs!

marie in connecticut said...

Love both cards. Elegant. Wonderful sentiment.

Sabrina aka okimom2girlz said...

Angie, both of your cards are absolutely STUNNING, girl!! Thanks for the tip on how you've layered your ornaments! Hugs and blessings, Sabrina

Pati said...

Very pretty ornament card, love the colors and that lace! Very pretty blessings card, I love the layout, papers and that cute butterfly punch!

maryr917 said...

both of these cards are beautiful angella-my fave is the ornament card

Carol said...

Where does one start???!!! Both cards are great but have to say the ornament card is my favorite - love the red bow at the top of the ornament - the whole card is tops!!! TFS.

Vail's Creative Endeavors said...

Very pretty cards, love your layouts.

Liz said...

Great cards so many to try I can see everyone will be getting a new card this year . Christmas memory of everyone eating christmas eve dinner at my grandmothers ( still doing it each year and she's 97)

marcelle schauer said...

Beautiful Angie, the colors are so beautifully muted, just love it.

BYingst said...

They are both beautiful. I love your use of glimmer msit.

Jessica said...

Oh I love that sentiment, Prayers up blessings down! What a lovely thought. True of course,we just must remember it!

Liz Williams said...

That up and down sentiment just says it all. I love it. Great work, Angela.

Liz Whitty said...

Love both project!!! WOW

Teresa said...

Beautiful! Thanks so much for sharing it with us.

Elizabeth said...

Love both of your cards! The Poinsettia is gorgeous!

Holly said...

Your cards are absolutely stunning! Thank you so much for sharing.

jean wilson said...

Two beautiful cards!

WJ said...

If I see one more use of the ornament stamp I will absoletly have to buy this set!! LOL Both your cards are lovely! I really like the layout on both of them. TFS

April said...

I love your cards -- so pretty! I love the verse also.

peacefulgardens said...

Beautiful card and creative ideas. Thank you so much.

KathyJ (Wattle) said...

WOWZAS Angie girl - not one, but TWO beautiful cards!!!! Love the rich colours and lace of the first and the second is just so beautiful with the soothing blues and pearl accents!!! {HUGS}

Kelli B said...

Terrific cards- I love the pattern paper for the 1st card. I love the sentiment on the 2nd card. TFS

Jellebean said...

Two beautiful cards. Really like the ornament card and the sentiment card is a good example of how to use paper sets.

Bee Jay said...

Awesome cards! thanks for sharing it. Favourite Christmas memory - huge dinner with the family - very special! Blessings!

Lori said...

Love the bow on the ornament card!!! Just beautiful. It's nice to see the up/down sentiment used, I love what you did with it on this card.

Sandydee said...

Lovely projects - so pretty

Jean said...

These cards are so pretty. Careful attention to detail and nice colors. Thank you for such good ideas! Jean

Pat Jandacek said...

Both pieces are gorgeous. The crocheted lace ribbon is just perfect for that piece! The layout and colors of the card are wonderful.

Sarah said...

Angie, these samples are just gorgeous! I love the colors and the layouts on both of your cards, and of course, the bows are so perfect!

Scrapmaniac 247 said...

Angie, your cards a simply gorgeous, I love how the first card looks rich and almost old fashioned where the se second looks upbeat and contemporary when you have so much talent we are so blessd that you can share with us through the internet. Bessings to you an your family now and through the coming new year. Thank you for sharing.

imastampin said...

Both are just absolutely gorgeous Angie!

My favorite Christmas memory is hand knitted sweaters. My Mother often made all of us a beautiful new sweater for Christmas. I'm sure it took her months to get them all done. I wish I still had them.

Jan Castle said...

Great Cards!!!!! Especially like the lace ribbon!

cdjcape521 said...

So simple, yet elegant! TFS

Miesje said...

Beautiful Angela! I love how you made the ornament stand out with he red border. I really like the other card too! I love that saying and my stamps arrived int eh mail today and I am so excited to ink them up!

Cindy Lou said...

Wow! Two beautiful cards and even more inspiration for us to love. Thanks for sharing with us, great job!

Suzi said...

My mojo has been slipping. This is the kind of inspiration I'm neededing. TFS!

bwgayoso said...

Gorgeous cards! Love them both : ) The trim on the 1st card is beautiful : )

Mary Jo said...

Very inspiring. Gorgeous cards

Sandee said...

Oh Angie!!! Both cards are so beautiful!!! You always amaze me!!!!

Darlene said...

Beautiful cards. I love the crocheted lace. The ornament is gorgeous especially the way you've layered it using the matching die. The colour combo in your second card is wonderful.

Mickie said...

I love both cards Angie. Yipee, I am glad about the partnership with Spellbinders.

Clickersister said...

Oh, Angie, I just love your work! You have always been my one of my favorite designers! I even have your autograph! You've made this blog hop even MORE fun!

Becky Dunham said...

Angie, these are both sooo beautiful! I love the lace on the first one and the colors on both! Thanks for the inspiration!

Fernanda said...

the burgundy color you used gave the ornament a special "pop"!

Lillian Child said...

Your projects are so very lovely!

Anonymous said...

Beautiful cards. Good color combinations and I love the bows with the bow easy!

Thank you for sharing.
Carol Froehlich

craftymom205 said...

Lovely cards.

Anonymous said...

these are both great cards - so different and nicely done
Charlene

Amber (bambi64) said...

Love the colors you used. Pretty, pretty, Angie.

Teresa said...

Both of your cards are pretty. I love the ornament card.

Sherry said...

Hi Angella, Your cards are gorgeous, but then they always are! I always look forward to your emails cause I know I am going to see a gorgeous creation. Keep up the good work!

Cathy U. said...

Both of your cards are so beautiful. I love the Blessings sentiment. Thank you for sharing.

Miss G said...

beautiful cards and I love the way you set the ornament in the card.

Anonymous said...

Your cards are just beautiful.
I love the colors & paper you used
Vicky Schmidt

Candy Meyers said...

This is such a reat stamp and die. I will enjoy using it.
Candy Meyers

Kelley said...

Love it, Ang!!! Both are so different but so darn COOL!!!

Stephanie said...

What beautiful cards!! I love the papers & the stamps. Wow!

Anonymous said...

Beautiful cards. Lace bow is pretty. Saying on second card is wonderful.
Jean McGee

Ratty Hugs said...

What a pair of lovely cards.
~C8>

Lorelie Kim said...

Talented lady...how do you ever whip out your GORGEOUS cards one right after another?? Share some of your powers with me!

ScoobyinWY said...

Love both cards. That Christmas card is gorgeous! Love the sentiment on the second card! :o)

Anonymous said...

what beautiful cards! one of my favorite Christmas memories is when one Christmas all the girl scout leaders put on a santa's workshop for all the g.s. troops in our mountain area. we had about a dozen craft stations set up where the girls could make an ornament or a gift. it was wonderful seeing all those young girls being creative. michelle frasher

Linda R. said...

Love both of your cards. The colors are my favorites. Will have to get these stamps and die. You are really an inspiration.

Karen Linarez said...

Very pretty card. I'm just loving that set. I will have to get it.

joycegc said...

beautiful cards

Natalie said...

Angie, you never disappoint!! These cards are so gorgeous!! Fantastic designs and beautiful choice of colors! Hugs and blessings!

GLENDA BROOKS said...

Both are beautiful. The lace you used on the first one is so pretty!

Kittie said...

Both of your projects are gorgeous, Angella!

EM Cameron said...

Wrote my comments on the wrong card - - :(
I was too busy thinking of the beautiful words on the card instead of paying attention. Prayers do go up and blessings do come down. Love the saying and the way you used the ornament shape on your card. Great creations

Anonymous said...

What a great set of cards! Both very lovely. I especially like the coloured ornament. TFS such great inspiration.
Beth Greco

janey said...

Both cards are very pretty. I like both sentiments, also. Thank you for sharin with us.

Amy said...

Wow, love the diagonal placement of the ornament and the lace! Beautiful.

woodstamper said...

Ooooh, beautiful. The diagonal ornament adds to the beauty of the card. Unique. I love it. Thanks.

Luv 2 Create said...

Angie,
Flawlessly beautiful Angie. Love the lace which adds so much and your coloring is gorgeous. I just can't say enough. Adorable sentiment on the second card. Love that.
Marcie

Rose said...

Love the simplicity of this card and am so into the lace and more vintage-
TFS-

Amanda said...

I love your cards! The papers are fantastic and so are the designs! Just beautiful :)

Bette said...

Beautiful cards! ODBD has the neatest sentiments and now that Spellbinders dies match - what more can a gal ask for?

Dani said...

Such lovely Holiday inspiration!! Thank you!! :)

Regena said...

Beautiful cards! Love them both!!

FM said...

Love both of your cards. I enjoyed the use of non-traditional colors on the second card.

Francie G. said...

Wow! Two beautiful creations, Angie! The poinsettia is just gorgeous! Beautifully done.

Traci S. said...

How Fabulous, Angie!

I love the ornament on the card! It is stunning. Your coloring is always so great! I really love the tied lace...love my BOW EASY, also!
The mist is so pretty, too!

The second card is great, too. I love that saying! The paper is wonderful! I love that little butterfly...great corner treatment, and there you are with a super Bow again!

Have you figured out how many inches you need for each size bow? Just curious. I always end up short!



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Randi said...

Angie, have you ever made a bad card? I think not my friend!!!! These are just more in a ling line of beautiful.

Becky Green said...

I am LOVING THIS SET of stamps & spellbinders!!!! :) GORGEOUS WORK!!!

My favorite Christmas memory? When we moved to the country in the mountains! I made gingerbread waffles with lemon sauce! The house smelled WONDERFUL & everyone was pleased!!! The view, MAGNIFICENT!!!! :)

Heidi said...

this is another stunning ornament, and that sentiment on card 2 is just so perfect.