Saturday, October 1, 2016

Our Daily Bread designs October New Releases

Hi, everyone!  Welcome to the October New Release party for Our Daily Bread designs!!!  We have another beautiful release to share with you this month.....see all of the new stamps, dies, and paper collection HERE.  If you'd like a chance to win one of three gift certificates, follow the instructions below:

Prize Information: 

Three randomly selected winners will each receive a $25 Gift Code to the ODBD Website  just for commenting on the Design Team cards!  You have until October 2, 2016 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 October 3rd, so be sure to check back there to see if you won!

* Sandee * Cathy * Dawn * Lori * Robin * Julie * Diana *
* Angie (that's me!) * Chris * Grace * Lisa * Sabrina * Kathy *

Here are the new and previously released products from Our Daily Bread designs which are featured in my two cards below:

ODBD Our Savior's Birth ODBD Christmas Card Collection 2016

ODBD Custom Layered Lacey Ovals Dies ODBD Custom Pierced Rectangles Dies

ODBD Custom Ovals Dies ODBD Custom Pierced Ovals Dies

ODBD Custom Faith, Hope, and Love Dies ODBD Cathedral Window - Marble

ODBD Apothcary Bottles ODBD Custom Apothecary Botles Dies

ODBD Joy In A Jar ODBD Custom Antique Labels Dies

For my first card, I chose a beautiful pattern from the ODBD Christmas Card Collection 2016, along with eggplant cardstock and an ivory shade which looks like parchment paper.  The wonderful image from 'Our Savior's Birth' was stamped in eggplant, cut out with the ODBD Custom Pierced Ovals Dies, stenciled in lilac, then matted with the ODBD Custom Ovals Dies.  The die-cut frame was cut out with the ODBD Custom Layered Lacey Ovals Dies.  I just HAD to use the 'Love' die from the ODBD Custom Faith, Hope, and Love Dies set because of the awesome sentiment.  The ivory panel and designer paper were cut out with the ODBD Custom Pierced Rectangles Dies.  (Please forgive the 'bland' photo....after many photos, this was the best I could do! Please click on the photo for a better view.)

ODBD Our Savior's Birth, ODBD Custom Pierced Ovals Dies, ODBD Custom Ovals Dies, ODBD Custom Layered Lacey Ovals Dies, ODBD Custom Pierced Rectangles Dies, ODBD Christmas Card Collection 2016, Card Designer Angie Crockett

For my second card, I used the 'Gold, Frankincense, and Myrrh' sentiment from 'Our Savior's Birth' on three different jars.  The stamp has all three words together, but I masked them so that I could stamp one at a time.  The 'Apothecary Bottles' were stamped on ivory cardstock, sponged, then cut out with the ODBD Custom Apothecary Bottles Dies.  The fancy labels are from 'Joy in a Jar'; these were cut out with the ODBD Custom Antique Labels Dies.  For the jar on the left, I stamped the 'Cathedral Window - Marble' onto vellum, colored the sections with markers, then cut it to fit the jar.  I used burlap ribbon at the bottom and linen thread around the necks of the jars. The caramel background panel was cut with the ODBD Custom Pierced Rectangles Dies, the edges were sponged, then yellow gemstones were added.

ODBD Our Savior's Birth, ODBD Apothcary Bottles, ODBD Custom Apothecary Bottles Dies, ODBD Joy In A Jar, ODBD Custom Antique Labels Dies, ODBD Cathedral Window-Marble, ODBD Custom Pierced Rectangles Dies, Card Designer Angie Crockett

Thanks for hanging out with us today!

God bless!

ODBD Designer Angie Crockett

41 comments:

Grace said...

Angie... you are so clever!!! Love the soft color combo on the first one and GREAT idea to use the apothecary bottles on the second one!!! Just beautiful!!!

Hugs,
Grace

Tamara D said...

Lovely cards! The October release is FABULOUS!!

Sandee Shanabrough said...

Angie girl! You always blow me away! Both cards are so gorgeous! And how clever of you to use the jars!!! LOVE!!!

Donna Whitten said...

Love your pretty cards with their soft colors! Thanks for sharing.

Cheryl Walker said...

Super sweet cards! I LOVE this months release, its a beautiful one, and my favorite!!!
Thanks for sharing!!
hugs
Cheryl

April said...

Pretty cards. I especially like the bottles card! TFS

Lois Wyche said...

I've always admired your cards...this is one of the reasons I started buying for ODBD site.

Regena said...

simply gorgeous!!

Pamela Haskin said...

Such pretty cards! Thanks for trying so hard for a photo on the first card. Some cards are just hard to photograph sometimes. It's a beautiful card.

Cheryl said...

I love the new stamps & dies! So much to choose from & so many possibilities! You used lots of neat techniques on these cards! Thanks for sharing.

Dorothy S said...

These are such beautiful interpretations of this great release. Thanks for sharing.

Sue D said...

Wonderful cards. Love the background paper for the first card and the rows of bottles on the second.

Pattie J. said...

Now that is really different, reminding us of the gifts given to the Holy family. Maybe a reference inside the card of they signify would be an extra gift. Just a thought.

Diana Nguyen said...

Love the vintage feel of the first and the second one is just so clever!

Heidi Stamps said...

What pretty cards! The bottles make for a very unique Christmas card!

Maxine D said...

Beautiful cards Angie - I particularly like the monochrome one - so beautiful
Blessings
Maxine

christi said...

love the tone on tone of your first card. muted yet stunning. the jars are colored wonderfully.

Robin Clendenning said...

What a great idea for your Nativity, sort of reverse coloring type. and your second card, that blew me away!! What a GREAT idea! Love it!

Berina RGA said...

Beautiful card!! Love the muted vintage look!!
-Berina
Moxie Craftie

Linda Carson said...

Love the eggplant color you chose Angie and the framing of the image makes it even more special! Clever use of the bottles on your second card!

GrannieR said...

Love the nativity card. And what a clever way to use the jars in the second card--so unique.

Denise Ward said...

Your decision to have the jars be filled with gold, frankincense, and myrrh is GENIUS. I love the concept as well as the execution. But then both cards are wonderful!! Thanks so much for sharing them with us on this blog hop. They are inspiring designs and wonderfully showcase ODBD items!

Stephanie said...

Beautiful work!! Those apothecary jars are so creative!! Great idea!! TFS

Sherry said...

love both cards!!! I really like the new stamps!

Helen Gullett said...

They are beautiful!

Kathy Jones said...

Sweet Angie!! I love the monochromatic look of your first card and all the detailing!!! And your second.....wow, I would never have thought to use the bottles that way, you are SO CLEVER!!! Amazingly done girlie!!

Lauri Coons said...

So very pretty!

Bernie Juracek said...

I really like the tonal look of the first card and the second card is pretty unique !! Great idea !!

Julie Gearinger said...

Angie, both of your cards are so creative and gorgeous, my friend! Love the monochromatic blues on your first card and the jars for the second is ingenious! Hugs and have a blessed week!

Carol Brown said...

You are so creative. Beautiful cards. Thanks for the inspiration.

Amy Marshall said...

Wonderful cards. I especially like the Nativity scene in eggplant. Great release.

Patricia Ceccacci said...

Love the first card it has a true meaning of the Christmas Day

Dawn said...

Ang, wonderful samples!! Leave it to you to make "oils"! So clever!!!

Shari Czerwinski said...

I LOVE your love card! The paper is gorgeous and you did a fantastic job showcasing the stamps!

Back2BasicsMom PLJ said...

Such pretty cards! Thanks for the inspiration!

Sarah Biswabic said...

Your cards are so beautiful! Love them!!

Cathymac said...

I am in awe of your creativity and the way you think outside the box, Angie! Both of your cards are gorgeous and the bottles of gold, frankincense, and myrrh are so clever! Fabulous release projects as always, my sweet friend! Hugs!

Barbara Baxter said...

Love your cards! The first one is lovely with the soft eggplant playing against the ivory. I love the die cut! It seems quite intricate yet does not detract from the card at all. The second card shows what a sense of humor you must have! I would never have thought of doing that. It is perfect! Thank you for sharing.

Conniecrafter said...

so pretty using the outline of the image on your card, it looks so pretty with the blue papers, and such a creative idea of using the bottles for the gifts brought for Jesus!!

Chris Olsen, Glowbug said...

So clever and creative my friend!! Your colors and the purple and white combo with the Bethlehem image with the elegant layering is so gorgeous!! The second is creative with the apothecary bottles. Awesome and beautiful creations my friend!
hugs,
Chris

Kelley said...

Ang, that bottle card is so clever!! Love it!! The nativity card is so beautiful!! Awesome cards!