Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Our Daily Bread designs September New Release Party!

Hey, everyone!  Welcome to the September New Release party for Our Daily Bread designs!!!  Though I only have one new stamp set to show you, check out the entire new release HERE!  If you'd like to be one of three who win a gift certificate to spend at Our Daily Bread designs, please follow the instructions below:

Prize Information: - 
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 2, 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 3rd, so be sure to check back there to see if you won!

* Julie * Cathy * Grace * Chris * Amy * Sandee * Dawn * Lisa *                                  *  Loretta * Sabrina * Silke * Lori * America *

Here are the new and previously released items from ODBD which I have used for my samples today:

ODBD Deep Waters

ODBD Custom Asters and Leaves Dies ODBD Custom Fancy Foliage

My first card started as a shaped circle card (with the fold un-cut at the top); a small strip was trimmed and adhered across the top edge then the baker's twine camouflaged the added strip. The bottom edge of the card base was trimmed straight across.  Two of the clown fish from the 'Deep Waters' set were fussy cut out of the underwater stamp scene.  The coral was cut from the ODBD Custom 'Fancy Foliage' Dies and the other plant-life was cut from the ODBD Custom 'Asters and Leaves' Dies.  Two little heart pearls and some glimmer mist was added as a finishing touch.

ODBD Deep Waters, ODBD Custom Asters and Leaves Dies, ODBD Custom Fancy Foliage Dies, Card Designer Angie Crockett

My second card features the same stamp set, 'Deep Waters', but this time I made a shaker card.  When you order stamps from Our Daily Bread designs, the cling-mount stamps are on a clear acrylic sheet, right?  Did you know that those are perfect to make windows on your projects?  They die cut very easily....woo hoo!!  So, I cut a navy blue frame with circle dies, added silver eyelets, then adhered the acrylic circle to the back using Scor-tape.  While the window was face down, several layers of foam tape were added around the edges, then beads were added, the foam tape was stripped and the image panel was adhered to the back to seal everything in.  Since I had to use several layers of foam tape so that the beads could move around, the shaker was inset into the white panel which was embossed with a striped folder.  Paper piercing, silver brads, and denim ribbon were added as finishing touches.

ODBD Deep Waters, Card Designer Angie Crockett

Thanks so much for hanging out with us today!

God bless!

ODBD Designer Angie Crockett

28 comments:

Lois said...

Love your fishbowl!!! And the porthole card is very clever.

Sandee Shanabrough said...

Angie girl! I love the shaker card so much with the porthole theme! But the fishbowl totally blows me away!!! WOW!!!

Bunny said...

Great fish bowl with the happy little fish and their heart bubbles. (my interpretation) Love the sea plants and the coloring. I like anyone that fussy cuts.

The shaker card is very pretty. Love the piercing, the silver eyelets and the denim ribbon. Very pretty.

Grace said...

Angie my friend.... you are soooo clever!!! LOVE your fish bowl card and how you used all te different dies to create your scene!!!! The shaker card is just over the top adorable and beautiful! Love the port hole idea!!! Clever talented YOU!!!!
Hugs,
Grace

Sandy (Cheesy) said...

These are two clever cards, Angie. Very creative to make a fishbowl out of a circle die. Love it. Those flowers transformed nicely into underwater foliage Also love the shaker card port-hole card.

Chris Olsen, Glowbug said...

Angie, your creations are always a work of Art!! I just love your creative fish bowl with all the die cuts!! Your port hole is so clever and colored and detailed to perfection!! Stunning work, my friend!! I know I always will be inspired by your talent!!
hugs,
Chris

Letty Aguilar said...

Angie, your cards are so cute! Love them both!
Hugs & Blessings
Letty

Linda Carson said...

Awe Angie your fishbowl card just melts the heart! Both cards are so clever and quite creative! Excellent artwork!

Fishlady said...

Having worked in the field of marine biology I was so excited to see these new sets. Love your cards.

April said...

What great ideas for both your wonderful cards!

Lilmommamadeit said...

Love that nautical window! Very vety cute cards!

lisa808 said...

Cute and fun cards.

Berina RGA said...

both cards are very beautiful!! my favorite is the first one!! love the shape of the card!
-Berina
Moxie Craftie

Sue D said...

Cute fish bowl. I like the dies you used. The port hole is a clever idea too.

Dawn said...

ok, that fish bowl is just genius and thanks for the idea for the sea plants!! again, genius! cute, cute, Ang!!

Tami Grandi said...

This is quite possibly one of my favorite sets ever!!!

Kris B said...

Cute cards! I really love the fish bowl one! Those tiny heart bubbles!!

Sherry said...

WOW love them both!!!

Gina Ables said...

How cute. I love the fishbowl, but the porthole is awesome!

Diane said...

The fish bowl card is so creative.
Love how you utilized the dies.
Both cards are so cute.
Great Job!
Hugs,
Diane

Pages with Paula said...

Love your cards! The fish bowl is so clever. On the second card, I loved the way you made the ship's window and used the silver eyelets around the blue. Cute. Blessings. Paula

Jackie Waxler said...

Great cards and stamps

ike said...

Marvelous designs - the fish bowl is very clever :-D

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Lisa :) said...

These are just GORGEOUS!!!!

Andrea D. La Vigne said...

What can I say? I LOVE your cards! I like how you got the fishbowl shape on the first one, and the coloring on the fish & elements. And that shaker card is fantastic! Love the nautical color scheme, and the scene behind the window. Tfs! ~ Andrea

Heather said...

So cool!! That fishbowl card is adorable! Love it! And the second card is beautiful.

Sabrina Jackson said...

Angie girl, you have knocked them out of the ball park with these two beyond gorgeous creations! That fishbowl is just too clever and your second card, well, creative is not even going to cover it.....LOVE! Hugs and blessings, Sabrina

Kelley said...

Clever you! Love how you camouflaged with the twine!! The port hole card is even better! You rock!!