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Happy New Year! Welcome to the January Our Daily Bread designs Release Blog Hop! If you arrived here from the blog of the fabulous Chris Olsen, then you are in the right place. If not, you may want to head on over to the  ODBD Blog to start from the beginning.

  1. The Hop will run Jan 1 8:00am to Jan 2 8:00pm EST Winners announced Jan 3.
  2. Three prizes of $20.00 Gift Certificates and one Grand Prize of a $75.00 GC toward stamps in the ODBD Store!
  3. Return to the  ODBD Blog and tell us you completed the hop.

For my card, I’m using one of the fabulous new silhouette sets,Little Girls.

Little Girls

Julie Warner -
To stamp the darling little girls silhouette, I used a combo of inks. First I inked it w/ the dk brown chalk ink, then tapped over it w/ the chestnut brown pigment ink. The combo of the inks gave me the color and coverage I wanted for the silhouette. It was stamped directly on a piece of designer paper and die cut w/ a Spellbinders Blossom 4 die. Since my image was near the corner of the paper, I only used a partial die cut and the left side and bottom are the sides of the paper.

I used 3 other pieces of dp plus a chocolate piece from one of the dp  (designer paper) packs for the other layers and a scallop edge die to cut them. The sentiment was also stamped w/ the same ink on more of the dp and cut out in a banner flag shape. I made a quilled flower using a Cuttlebug die and added some die cut leaves in the lower left corner. The finished card is 4.25 x 5.50.

Now I’ll send you on to your next stop, the blog of the fabulous Grace Nywening!

Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a great New Year!

Stamps: Our Daily Bread designs -Little Girls
Paper: designer paper (Basic Grey – What’s Up & Hopscotch)
Ink: Colorbox dk brown chalk & chestnut brown pigment
Accessories:  Spellbinders Blossom 4 die, Sizzix leaf die, Cuttlebug quilling die, Quickutz scallop border dies




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Welcome to the Divine Diva Inspiration Challenge #32! Today, our inspiration comes from The Container Store.

Isn’t this a great looking package? As you can see, I went with a pretty literal interpretation of this picture. The background reminds me of Basic Grey paper so I looked thru my stash and came up with a section of some Aged & Confused that was close. I also pulled out some little Hero Arts images that I haven’t used in a long time.

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Since I was working on top of the dp, I figured chalk inks would be the best way to go. After stamping the different little flowers, I used a lines bg image to stamp on the lt. pink layer and also used the ink to dirty up the edges.

I haven’t done any quilling in quite a while, but I just received the Cuttlebug quilling kit I pre-ordered several months ago, so I quilled three pink flowers and inked the edges. I also made several quilled leaves, the traditional way. The sheer white ribbon was tinted pink using ink and a die cut tag was stamped with the birthday greeting. Finished card measures 5″ square.

Julie Warner - justwritedesigns

Please stop by the all of the diva team blogs and check out the fabulous creations!

Lori (chanteuse)
Chris (glowbug)
Anne (jdmommy)
Donna (donnarie)
Kerri (girlydecou)
Julie (justwritedesigns) you are here!

Thanks so much for stopping by! Your comments are always read and much appreciated!

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stamps: Hero Arts, DRS Designs (greeting & bg lines)
paper: pink, dk moss, dp (Basic Grey aged & confused)
ink: Colorbox fluid chalks in dk peony, rouge, coral pink, warm green, Ancient Page pink pizzaz (to tint the ribbon)
accessories: Cuttlebug rose/carnation quilling set, Spellbinders tag die, sheer ribbon

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