Sunday, December 1, 2013

ODBD December New Release!!

Hi Everyone - Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving!!  Fall is my favorite season, and Thanksgiving is one of my favorite Holidays because it brings all the family together.  This year there were 30 at the main table - and it was a special time!!  I'm grateful to be a part of this family and I'm grateful for the time we have together at Thanksgiving.  I'm grateful also to all my friends - and all my blogging and stamping friends as well, for your love and inspiration!!!  Thank you :)!

Today is ODBD's December Release day, and I'm happy to share a couple of cards featuring the new Ornate Borders Sentiments stamp set.  My first card also features the ODBD Faith butterflies stamp and die sets.  I started by embossed the card base, then die-cutting the rectangles and sponging the inner layer with Baked Brown Sugar. Then I die cut the Fancy Foliage, stamped and die-cut the sentiment layer, and stamped the butterflies twice.


All things are possible with God

The butterflies were die-cut, then fussy cut to separate them complete from the branches.  They were mounted one over the other and dotted down the center with Gold Liquid Pearls.  At that point everything was ready for mounting - this was the challenge...  To get all these 'moving' parts to sit on the rectangle frame and Popped on top of the card base - without the foam dots showing!!

And thankfully it worked out!!  The butterfly poised so perfectly beside the sentiment is actually sitting on a little leaf which is part of the Fancy Foliage - with nothing under it.  It's just floating in place :)!!

Below is a close-up that shows the sentiment, the little flowers and pearls, and the 'floating' butterfly.

All things are possible - Close-up

This next card features the same sentiment set in a completely different design.  This one started with the die-cut square and die-cut flowers.  I used several different stylus tools to mold/bend the flowers into position, then cut and added petals in different areas for more dimension.  I sponged the layers, crimped the leaves on these as well.  The sentiment layer is also sponged and has an added pearl detail and lots of glitter!!  And just for fun I also crimped a background layer for added dimension and texture.

Thinking of You



Below are the stamp and die sets used on today's projects:









Below are the links to my fellow ODBD Designers - if you have time you'll definitely want to stop by and enjoy their amazing and beautiful creations using all the December New Release sets.  I'm blown away every month by their beautiful creations - plus you'll have a chance to win prizes!!!

Dawn * Grace * Cathy * Lisa * Sabrina


Silke * Tosh * Lori * Sandee



Prize Information:
There will be three winners randomly chose from one of the designer's blog comments - and each will receive a $25.00 Gift Certificate to be used toward the purchase of Stamps at the ODBD Store. You'll have until December 2, 2013 at 9:00pm EST to make your comments for a chance to win. The winners will be posted on the ODBD Blog on December 3rd - so be sure to check back to see if you've won!!!!!!



Card Recipe:

  • White and Baked Brown Sugar card stock
  • Crisp Cantaloupe and Pistachio Pudding ink (Thinking of you) Baked Brown Sugar ink (All things are possible)
  • ODBD Ornate Borders Sentiments and Faith Stamp Sets
  • ODBD Custom Butterfly Branch Die, Spellbinders Adorning Squares, Foliage and Grand Peony dies (Thinking of you card) and SB Radiant Rectangles, Opulent Ovals dies and SB Embossibilites EF (All things are possible card)
  • Crimper for texture and backgroung (Thinking of you card), pearls, glitter, punched flowers, gold liquid pearls, foam tape



Thank you everyone for your visit and kind comments - hope you found some inspiration here today!!!  Hugs and blessings to you all!!

Audrey

Friday, November 1, 2013

ODBD November New Release!!

Hi Everyone!!  It's November and I'm looking forward to cooler temperatures, cozy nights by the fire, and Holidays with family.  But I'll be looking forward to that for a while since it was 77 warm degrees yesterday and it'll be around 75 today!!

Meanwhile - it's time to celebrate ODBD's new November Release - and it's another amazing one full of beautiful stamp sets and wonderful coordinating dies.  I'm always blown away by each new release and especially the beautiful works of art this team delivers each month.

As always there will be a PRIZE:
One winner will be randomly chosen from one of the designer's Blog comments to receive a $50.00 Gift Certificate to be used toward the purchase of ODBD Stamps.  To be eligible you'll need to have your comments posted by November 2, 2013 at 9:00pm EST.  The WINNER will be posted on the ODBD Blog on November 3rd - so be sure to check back to see if you've won!!!

Now on to my projects.  This first card is a Christmas Card using The Earth stamp set and coordinating Circle Ornaments die.  I love this stamp set because it is so versatile - and so is this new Die set!!!  I started with the ornament first, by stamping the Earth image in Pistachio ink and the verse in basic black.  Next I die-cut the image, die-cut the ornament topper/hanger, and then die-cut the pine branches, all in white card stock.  Next I added some Silver Leafing to the ornament and ornament top, and sponged a few different greens onto the pine branches.  At that point I added white flocking powder and super-fine glitter.

Below is a close-up of the stamp images and ornament design.

Let Earth receive her King! (Close-up)
Once that was complete I cut and rounded two card layers, embossed the top layer, and starting playing with the layout.  It's not easy to see but there are snowy rolling hills of flocking and sparkles on the top layer, as well as on the borders of both layers.  It's a cool look IRL.

Let Earth receive her King!
The last steps were to mount/pop the layers and ornament, add the silver twine bow and finally the random sparkly gems.  Love this card a lot - it was so simple and has such a peaceful feel to me.  I hope you like it as much as I do :).

Let Earth receive her King Side View


This next project has a similar layout but a completely different feel, a bit on the masculine side.  I started with the image, stamped in Baja Breeze and Island Indigo with the continents colored over in Pistachio marker.  That layer was die-cut, mounted over a second die-cut layer, then both were tied together through a punched hole at the top.  Below is a close-up of the image.

You Mean the World to Me - Close-up
Next I pieced, adhered and embossed strips of designer paper matted on Island Indigo card stock base, added the burlap ribbon banner, brads, accent pearls and ribbon, and then mounted everything together.  I also sponged all the edges for added dimension. I love the 'Earthy' organic feel of this one, and I think it's perfect to give to Hubby when he least expects it :)!!!!!

You Mean the WORLD to me :)!!


Below are the stamps and die-cuts I used on today's projects:








Below are the links to my fellow Designers - please stop by each of their Blogs if you have time - you'll not only to enjoy their magnificent creations and see all the amazing ways to use the new stamps, but you'll also have a chance to win a Prize!!  Thank you for your visit today - your sweet comments bring me joy and blessings :)!!

Dawn * Grace * Sandee 

Lisa * Chris * Angie * Julie 

Silke * Cathy * Lori * Tosha 

Sabrina * Audrey(me :) * ODBD Blog


Card Recipe:
  • White and Island Indigo Card Stock, Designer Paper
  • Pistachio Pudding, Island Indigo, Baja Breeze and Black Ink
  • ODBD The Earth stamp set
  • ODBD Custom Spellbinders Circle Ornaments and Fancy Foliage Dies
  • Spellbinders Embossabilities Folder
  • Ribbon, Light Hemp Cord, Silver Twine, Punches, Burlap and Satin Ribbons, Candy Dots, White Flocking Powder, Super Fine Glitter, Dimensionals and lots of Love :)


Card Challenges:






Thank you again for stopping by and for joining in our Celebration!!!  I hope you found some inspiration here today.  I know you'll find even more if you have the time to stop by the other designer's blogs - they have some creative and amazing designs to share with you :).

Hugs and blessings everyone!
Audrey


Tuesday, October 1, 2013

It's Time for ODBD's New October Release!!

Hi everyone!!  It's time for ODBD's new Release Hop.  Fall is one of my favorite times of year - the change in the weather, the Autumn smells that take me back to fun childhood memories, the turning leaves and even shorter days (well, that's debatable LOL) - And then winter brings us the Holidays, family visits and all the goodness of that season.  Who doesn't Love this time of year!!

So this month's new collection from ODBD is all the more beautiful to me!!  If you have time and would like to see all the stamps and dies, and enjoy what the other Designer's have created please see the links below - and don't forget about the prizes!!

My first card features a fun acorn-eating squirrel in the new Thankful Song set.  Hubby and I have five 30+ year old Oak Trees on our property, and my goodness are there a lot of Acorns this year!! Lots of squirrels too - I love watching them playfully chasing each other up/down and all around our trees.  Too cute!

The squirrel image is stamped in Baked Brown Sugar, then outlined with a darker colored marker then colored using Prismacolor Pencils.  The leaves and acorn were stamped a second time, colored, and popped to add dimension and balance.

Thankful Song / Thankful Squirrel :)

Here's a different angle.  The sentiment was stamped, cutout and popped, and the leafy elements at the bottom are die cut Branches form an ODBD Custom Die and CLD Dies.  The acorns and squirrel's eye were coated/dotted in Glaze-on Matte finish.


Alternate View

I usually coordinate my cards when posting more than one, but this month that is not the case!! My next card is from this same Fall set but has a definite Christmas flair to it.  I couldn't resist!

This card spoke to me - it came together so quickly and with very little thought process.  That's when I know it's right - love when this happens.  I started with textured Bazzil paper and one of my favorite new ODBD Custom Corner Dies, which you can see in the background here.  I stamped, sponged and die-cut the sentiment tag, die-cut the background layer and sponged the card base.  At that point I added the gold border and assembled everything.


May we fill our hearts with Praise

After the tag was ready I punched a small whole at the top and weaved the gold twine through the tag and the ribbon to secure everything in place.  Then I added the beautiful paper rose, cut and sponged the leaves from an ODBD Custom Leaf Die, added some punched/sponged pine sprigs and glued/popped everything together.


May we fill our hearts with Praise - Alt View

The photo above shows the dimension and background, and the photo below is a close-up of this wonderful sentiment.

Sentiment/Quote Close-up

Here are the Stamps and Dies I used for today's projects:





Thank you everyone - I hope you found some inspiration in my post and that you'll find even more in all the others that you'll see today.  We love having you stop by :)!!!


Here are the links to all the other Designers - stop by and leave your comments for a chance to win prizes!!

Cathy Lori * Chris * Julie * Grace * Sabrina * Sandee 

Dawn * Angie  * Audrey (me)Tosh Silke *  Lisa * ODBD

Card Recipes:

  • Vanilla Naturals, Very Vanilla and Baked Brown Sugar (Squirrel Card) Bazzil White (Praise Card)
  • Baked Brown Sugar, Soft Sky and Bermuda Bay for sponged sky (Squirrel Card), Early Espresso and Cherry Cobbler plus Gold Leaf Pen (Praise Card)
  • ODBD Thankful Song Stampset
  • ODBD Custom Corner and Leaf Flourish Dies, SB Gold Labels Four, Labels 22, CLD Pine Branches, MS Pine Punch


Thank you again for stopping by.  I'm grateful to each and everyone who visits and hope you all enjoy this day and every moment in it :)!!!

Hugs and Blessings,
Audrey



Thursday, September 12, 2013

The Beauty of the Season

Hello friends and stampers - hope you are all doing well.  I have a special post today in celebration of this week's Queen for the Day challenge at SCS.  Trish invited me to be this week's Guest Designer, and I'm so honored that she did.  I'm honored to be asked and overjoyed when I found out that this week's queen is Cindy Gilfillan, aka Frenziedstamper on SCS!!  Her gallery is just amazing.

There were so many beautiful designs and wonderful techniques to choose from, but my search stopped immediately at one particular card - which you can see here:  Vintage Pink Flower. Below is my version of Cindy's card - changes were with type of flower, embossing folder and added pine & pinecone die cut.

Poinsettia & Pine Cone Christmas

Cindy had an excellent tip for creating a more realistic flower shape - to use washi tape rolls as a mold for the flower petals while they dried - I tried it and it works!!!  To make this card I started with the flower.  I die-cut several layers and a few leaves, then layered 3 different shades of color using ink and daubers.  Then I curved each petal using 2 styluses, played with the layers to get them 'just right', then went to work gluing each in place one over the other.

I didn't mist the petals so my technique wasn't exactly like Cindy's, but while the glue was still wet I placed the flower in something as close to a washi tape roll as I could find - a very small glass. Not quite the same, but it achieved the same result - a more 3-D realistic shaped flower. Below is the first close-up.

Poinsettia and Sentiment Close-up

While the poinsettia was drying I went to work on the flower center.  I started with the little die-cut piece that came with the poinsettia, and after it was sponged I put glue on all the little end berries and dipped them in mini gold beads.  To finish it off I punched a couple of pine sprigs using my MS Pine punch, scrunched everything a bit and glued it into the center of the flower.

Here's one more close up so you can see all the textures and layers:

Poinsettia Close-up

The pine and pinecone die is a new purchase that was fresh out of the package on my craft table - and somehow it seemed to be calling out to me.  I couldn't resist - so I die cut the Pinecone Corner Die, sponged a bit of color and gave them some texture and shape with the styluses, and added it to me card.  I cannot wait to use this die again!! The last step was to add the Vellum embossed layer and the sentiment panel.  After the card was finished I decided to curve the edges on the sentiment panel just a bit, to soften that layer.

Thank you Trish for the special honor, and thank you Cindy for sharing your talent and providing so much inspiration!!

Card Recipe

  • Bazzil White Card Stock (One Layer Card Base), Vellum embossed panel
  • Sweet 'n Sassy Christmas Joy Sentiment
  • Coral, Rose Red and Cherry Cobbler Ink (Poinsettia), Pear Pizzaz and Artechoke (leaves and Pine needles), Baked Brown Suger, Soft Suede and Espresso (Pinecones) and Soft Suede for the Sentiment
  • Poppy Stamps Poinsettia Die, Memory Box Pinecone Corner, SU! Embossing Folder

Blessings everyone!
Audrey


Monday, September 2, 2013

Peacock for a Friend

Hi Everyone - for those of you celebrating the long weekend I hope you're enjoying every moment of it!!  I am :)!!  So happy to have played in a couple of challenges today too - that's quite a treat for me lately.

This card is for a very special friend who loves Peacocks (well, peacock art anyway) so a few months back I found this great Digi image from A Day for Daisies.  I then set out to color it using Copics.  I spent much time perfecting the colors and finally today took it to the next level by adding more vibrant colors with Prismacolor pencils and Gamsol.  

Let Your Light Shine Alt View 1
After the coloring was complete I sponged the edges and matted to the SB rectangle.  Then I worked on the base/background panel.  That was fun - I created the background by first sponging Soft Sky onto white card stock, then using the ODBD Fancy Foliage Custom Die as a MASK, I sponged Coastal Cabana and Pistachio Pudding over it.  This created a cool mottled look.  

Peacock Plume Close-up
The photo above shows a closeup of the feathers and the background.  The background panel was also embossed and lightly glittered for added texture.  At this point I was ready to add a sentiment. Although I really wanted a big feminine ribbon and bow, no matter how I tried it just didn't work - the Peacock image was just too large.  I had to go with plan B...  

Sentiment & Peacock Close-up
Which was to carefully trim and mat the sentiment, add a glittery border and mount it over the same die-cut flourish I'd used for masking/sponging earlier!  (Well, not the exact same one - a newly die-cut one :), also sponged and lightly glittered.

Peacock Full View

The finished size of this card is 6.5" x 4.5"...  Yep, just a bit oversized.  Still, I wanted a top fold - so to make that work I scored the back panel 1/2" from the top and adhered it to the front using Score tape.  I love how well this works.

Hope you like this one - a lot of work went into it, but for me coloring is one of the most peaceful activities there is, so I enjoyed every minute of it LOL!!

Card Recipe:
  • A Day for Daisies - All for Show Digi Image, ODBD Spread Light Stamp
  • White and Pacific Point Cardstocks
  • Black Ink for stamping, Copics, Prismacolor Pencils and Gamsol for coloring the Image, Soft Sky, Pistachio Pudding, Coastal Cabana and Pacific Point for Sponging
  • Copic Markers Used: BG000, BG001, BG009 / B06 / YG03, YG05 / YR07, YR09
  • ODBD Custom Die - Fancy Foliage, SB Romantic Rectangles, SB M-Bossabilities Design B, Stickles, Clear Art Glitter
Card Challenges:
Thank you for stopping by - your sweet comments bring me smiles every time and I Thank You for that :)!!!!!!!

Blessings and Hugs,
Audrey

Sunday, September 1, 2013

ODBD September New Release!!

Hi Everyone!!  I'm back with a new release post and Hop for Our Daily Bread Designs. This is a fun release and the projects that the other designers have created have blown me away!!  I hope you'll have time to take a peek at some of their creations - see links further down in this post.

Prize Details for Today's Hop:
One winner will be randomly chosen from one of the designer's blog comments to receive a $50.00 Gift to be used toward the purchase of Stamps at the ODBD Store!  You'll have until September 3rd 2013 at 9:00pm EST to make your comments.  The Winner will be posted on the ODBD Blog on September 4th - so be sure to check back there to see if you won!!

I've created two different looks using the  O Little Town of Bethlehem background stamp and the new Fancy Foliage Dies.  To make the first card I started by stamping the background twice on white card stock. then I sponged a few different yellows around the town scene and blues around the sky.  Then I cut the buildings and star, and popped those elements.  The windows are covered in tinted glassy glaze and the entire scene is glittered for a light snowy effect.

Bethlehem all A-Glow - One Layer Card
The last steps were to outline the sides and Foliage Flourish with Gold Leaf Pen and stamp the tag, then assemble it with the ribbon bow and flower.  The tag says Christmas is...  and on the inside of the card is the entire quote:
"Chirstmas is... tenderness for the past, courage for the present, hope for the future.  It is a fervent wish that every cup may overflow with blessings rich and eternal, and that every path may lead to peace."  by Agnes M Pharo
Bethlehem Close-up

I went in a different directly on this next one - using the same background and similar elements but still very different.  First I stamped and embossed the background in gold, then sponged the edges in warm tones and gold leafed the border.  I also dotted some gold liquid pearls for added texture.

Town of Bethlehem in Gold

Next I die cut the Poinsettia and Fancy Foliage flourishes & leaves, sponged these elements, colored the Poinsettia using Copics, added gold mini beads to the flower center and assembled. The Rejoice tag was added last.

Poinsettia and Flourish Close-up

It was fun working on these Christmas projects - we're seeing definite hints of Fall here so the Seasons are changing and I'm ready.  Fall is one of my favorite times during the year!!

Here are the stamps and dies used for these projects:







Thank you for visiting me here today - I hope you found some inspiration.  Also hope you'll find time to visit some of the other designer's blogs - the more comments you post the better your chances to win!!!  See below for all the Links!


Sandee * Grace * Julie


Dawn * Lori * Silke

Angie * Lisa * Audrey(Me)



Card Recipes:
  • White and Pistachio card stock
  • Black, Gold for images, Crushed Curry, More Mustard, Soft Sky and Midnight Muse for sponging Card 1, Pistachio, Mustard and Strawberry Slush for sponging on Card 2, R37 and YG95 Copics for Poinsettia and Poinsettia Leaves (copics over More Mustard)
  • ODBD O Little Town of Bethlehem Background, The Babe and His Gift Stamps
  • ODBD Fancy Foliage Dies - Flourish and Poinsettia Leaves, Spellbinders Poinsettia Die
  • Gold Leaf Pen, Mini Gold Beads, Gold Liquid Pearls, Glassy Glaze, Glitter, Ribbon, Paper Rose

Thank you again for stopping by!!  I hope you enjoyed your time here, and I hope you enjoy the rest of your day!!!

Hugs and Blessings,
Audrey


Thursday, August 1, 2013

It's That Time Again - ODBD August Release is Here!

Hi Everyone - hope all is well.  It's the first of August and that means a new release from Our Daily Bread Designs!!  I'm in awe at what the designers have created this month, so if you have time and can stop by the other designer's blogs for a visit, I think you'll find it worthwhile.  All their blog-links are included further down in my post.

I have two creations to share today - the first card features a quote from the I Dig You stampset. To make this card I started with a white cardstock base and some some coordinating papers.  I stamped the sentiment in black ink, die cut the sentiment tag, stamped the Sweet William flowers and embossed with clear ep then die cut two layers.  Next I die-cut the leaves and sponged all the layers using daubers.

Garden Sentiments
The last step was to add the card stock banner/strip, pearls and then assemble everything.  I was inspired to keep this monochromatic, and really love the bright strawberry slush color of these papers and ink.

Garden Sentiments Alt View

My next card  is a bit on the Shabby Chic side and features a stamp from the Garden Sentiments stamp set.  I started with a white card base and coordinating papers, only this time I went for the paper flowers, lace and fanciful flourishes dies (to make a heart :).

Garden Sentiments Shabby Style

After adhering the papers I was inspired to sort-of crinkle a long center strip of chevron paper to make a ribbon effect.  I'm not sure where this came from but I just went with it - and really like how it came out!!  From there I added the lace, heart pearls, flowers, silver twine and wonderful little tag.

Garden Sentiments Close-up

This is the second shabby-chic card I've made recently and I'm enjoying the process :)!!  Everyone who knows me knows that I'm not a shabby chic designer, so I attribute any success that I may have in the shabby department to the wonderful flowers and precious little heart-pearl strings that were given to me by my sweet friend Sabrina.  There must be some serious magic in these embellishments because they make my projects look so shabby and good!!!

Here are all the ODBD Stamps and Dies I used on today's projects:








Thank you for stopping by today!!  Below are some of the details about today's ODBD New Release Prizes!!!

Prize Details:
One random winner will be chosen from one of the designers Blog comments to receive a $50.00 Gift Certificate to the ODBD Store.  This prize can be used toward the purchase of stamps.  You'll have until August 3rd at 9:00pm EST to leave your comments on the designer's blogs.  The winner's name will be posted on the ODBD Blog on August 4th - so be sure to check back to see if you have won!!!

For more inspiration using the August Release stamps and dies you can see our other Designer's projects on the ODBD Blog, or by visiting their Blogs (see links below!):

Sandee * Julie * Chris * Cathy



Card Recipes:
  • White Cardstock with Strawberry Slush and Coastal Cabana Designer Papers
  • Basic Black, Strawberry Slush and Coastal Cabana Ink
  • ODBD I Dig You, Garden Sentiments and Sweet William Stamp sets
  • ODBD Recipe Tags/Die, Spellbinders Elegant Labels 4, Foliage and Blossom 3 Dies, Cheery Lynn Fanciful Flourish Large and Mini Dies, MS Corner Punch
  • Lace, Pearl Beads, Silver Twine, Paper Flowers, Sponging and lots of Love :)


Card Challenges:


Thanks again for stopping by!!  I hope you found some inspiration either form what you've seen here, or from the other designer's creations.  I loved having you for a visit!!!

Blessings,
Audrey


Monday, July 1, 2013

Welcome to the ODBD July Release!!!

Hello Everyone - and Welcome to Our Daily Bread Designs July New Release!!!  There are several new sets and dies this month and I love every single one of them!!  My cards feature the new To the Lovebirds Stamp and Die sets!!  This set is so versatile, and perfect for this year's wedding season.

This is not our normal Blog Hop - but there will still be the opportunity to win a prize:  One winner will be chosen from one of the Designer's Blog Comments to receive a $50.00 Gift Certificate to the ODBD Store!!!  Here's the link to the store:  www.ourdailybreaddesigns.com.  Participants will have until July 3rd at 9:00 pm to make your comments for a chance to win!!

Also, starting this month the Alumni Team will be joining in the ODBD New Release Posts and Hops - and I'm so happy about this since I'm now a new Alumni Team member :)!!

My first project is very Shabby Chic. There are so many awesome Shabby Chic designers out there, and I'm not one of them simply because I often struggle with this style.  Today however, I'm happy to say that was not the case :)!!  My card together easily and exactly as I'd planned :)!!!!

To the Lovebirds - Shabby Chic Style

I started by selecting some coordinating papers, stamping the Bird cage in Crumb Cake with Soft Suede marker for low-lights.  Then I stamped over the center with the Lovebirds image, and die-cut.  This process was repeated to make a TWO die-cut images - which are popped one over the other for a double-stacked hanging Bird cage.

Next I added the pearl flourish and created the lace and floral array.  This lace is so pretty and was a gift, along with these amazing roses (one of the reasons my shabby chic card works so well - thanks Brina!!).  Next I punched little holes in the Bird Cage and Sentiment Tag, and tied them onto the ribbon with silver cord/twine.  Once that was done I added some Glassy Glaze and Glitter to the love birds and hearts, then finished everything off with a glitter border.

Here's a close-up if you want to see more details:

To the Lovebirds - Close-up

Hope you like my Shabby Chic design!!



My next card features the same stamp set, but in a simpler and more masculine design.  I started by selecting some coordinating papers, then die-cut the border and center layers.  Then I stamped and die-cut the sentiment, sponged that panel with two different colors, and embossed the second layer.  The embossing exposed some white areas, so I sponged light green ink over the embossed panel to bring the colors together.  This close-up shows some of the details:

Two Hearts One Love - Close-up

Once the sentiment panels were finished I added the bow and charm.  Each layer is popped using foam tape.  Here's a photo of the full card:

Two Hearts... One Love :)


Below are the stamp and die sets used for these projects.  If you're interested in visiting some of the other Designers you can stop by the ODBD Blog and find links there!!!









Card Recipe and Details:

Challenges for this Card:


Thank you for stopping by - I hope you found some inspiration!!  Blessings everyone!!

Hugs,
Audrey