Thursday, January 26, 2012

Time With.....Me!

Happy Thursday, everyone! Every other Thursday on the ODBD Blog, one of the "Breadsticks", (Design Team Members), are featured with a special project for the readers. This week it's my turn! Check out this "Time With....Angie" post on the ODBD blog for a tutorial on how I stamped and colored this scene from start to finish.

Here is a blurb from the post:
Hi everyone! Today I'd like to share a fun framed scene created with the combination of two sets from Our Daily Bread designs. Since I write a lot of the posts for the ODBD blog, many of you probably know that my favorite adjective when it comes to ODBD stamps is VERSATILE! I love how you can combine sets to create any scene or any theme you like. Today I am using a brand new set, scheduled for the February 1 release, called 'The Mighty Sea" along with the very first ODBD set, "Light of the World".....what a perfect combination!!

Supplies used:
Stamps: Our Daily Bread designs 'Light of the World' and 'The Mighty Sea' (available 2/01/12);
Cardstock: SU Brocade Blue and Whisper White;
Ink: Stazon Jet Black, SU Ink Pads and markers;
Accessories: Sponge Daubers, 3m Post-it Craft Paper, silver brads, SU Linen Thread and Corduroy Button, Baker's Twine, paper piercer and template, White Signo Gel Pen (waves), Stamp-a-ma-jig Stamp Positioner, 6 x 8 Frame.

I have entered this in the Hand-stamped Sentiments "Beach" Challenge.

Thanks for stopping by today! Hope you enjoyed the tutorial! If you have any questions, feel free to email me at angelladcrockett at yahoo dot com.

Have a beautiful, blessed day!


Queen Mary said...

Angie this is beautiful! I can't wait for the new release! And I love how you created a scene with two sets.

Queen Mary said...

OK, so I went to see the tutorial. Thank you so much! Very helpful and I was unaware that 3M had full sheets of post-it paper! Question though, did you sponge the sun and the lighthouse or color them with markers?

Cards By Jan said...

Angie...This downright AWESOME!! oh my gosh, my mouth is hanging open, stunning!! love & hugs

Margie said...

Angie, love what you are doing with the beach scenes! I could feel the serenity coming over me. And the step by step directions are really appreciated.

marsha said...

Angie, this is just breathtaking! Thank you so much for the tutorial, I have the first set and will definitely be ordering the second when it's available!

Also wanted to thank you for the lovely comment on my blog!

CaroleAnn said...

Absolutely beautiful - looks like a picture done in oils! Hugs ~

Bada-Bing Creations said...

You've done it again, gorgeous. My favorite part is still the twine:-) I love that this is a framed piece too! Thanks again for playing at HSS!

Anonymous said...

Beautiful framed project! I just love how you colored the ocean. Stunning! Thanks for playing at Hand Stamped Sentiments.

inkedx2 said...

More fabulous coloring! This is a great framed project. Thanks for playing with us a second time at Hand Stamped Sentiments.

Ange McKay, North Shore Stamper said...

Wow Angie... this is stunning! I'm so excited to see your work... such talent! Thanks so much for playing with us at Hand Stamped Sentiments this week! Can't wait to see you back!

LeroyLime said...

another WOW!! This is just beautiful, your coloring is so lifelike! Thanks for playing along this week at Hand Stamped Sentiments, this challenge had your name written all over it! :)

Krista said...

Another gorgeous work of art!! I love the coloring and it definitely belongs in a frame for all to see! Thank you for joining us at Hand Stamped Sentiments.