Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Wildflower Silhouette Hello!

Splitcoast Stampers Sketch Challenge SC525
Hi, everyone!! Today's Sketch Challenge over at Splitcoast was a PERFECT opportunity to share a sneak peek of some upcoming goodies from Our Daily Bread designs....yay!! The background was stamped in dark brown onto aqua cardstock with the new 'Wildflower Silhouette Background'; the same stamp was used with aqua ink on white cardstock for the top panel and the image was lined up with the bottom image.  The ODBD Custom 'Hello' Die was cut out of dark brown and popped up with foam tape. The background image and Hello sentiment were both highlighted with a glitter pen for a little glitz.  I will also be submitting this to the Our Daily Bread designs Shining the Light Challenge, which is 'anything goes with ODBD stamps'!

ODBD Custom Hello Die, ODBD Wildflower Silhouette Background, Card Designer Angie Crockett

Thanks for stopping by!


ODBD Designer Angie Crockett


Irish Cherokee said...

Wonderful and creative Angela. Excellent artistic flair. - Jim

Jonia said...

Me oh my Angie, I love this card. One of the things I wanted to do this year was get back in touch with old friends. I am loving checking out your blog. Seems like old times.

Chris Olsen, Glowbug said...

I just love what you have done with this sketch, Angie!! Your colors and your use of the silhouette image in both black and soft blue is aqua is stunning!! Gorgeous design my friend!!

Melissa T. said...

Very nice! Love those colors together and I am loving the background stamp sneak peak (another thing to add to my wish list once it comes out....) :)

Graciellie Design said...

Angella, what a creative design... Wow! Your two toned stamping looks great!!! The hello die looks awesome too!!! I'm so glad you shared your card with us at the Shining the Light challenge. Hugs, Gracie.

Alshandra said...

Absolutely gorgeous card Angie! Love these colours and love how you've used the sketch. Thanks for supporting the ODBD Shining the Light challenge!

Heidi MyLittleStampingBlog said...

I really like the look of this in the "positive" and "negative" exposure. TFS!