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What a terrific Free For All (F4A98) challenge! Quite a laundry list of items and I hope I included them all. This is also for yesterday’s WT challenge (WT365), a birthday card.

Let’s see…we were to use a die cut – my teapot and tea bag are die cuts, the partial doily is a die cut. A 3D flower- my flower is a spiral blossom die cut that I inked and rolled up. Pearls- I used three little silver pearls in the upper left corner. Embossing folder- well, I used a texture thingie of sorts. I used a piece of plastic canvas mesh in the embossing machine to add the texture to the teapot and the burgundy layer behind the greeting. (Greeting is Our Daily Bread designs). And designer paper- I used it for the teapot and the background layer.
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For the WT challenge, we were to make a birthday card. So I think I’m covered. The finished card is 5 inches square.

Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a great weekend!

 

Stamps: ODBD – Birthday Blessings
Paper: pale grey, burgundy, lt pink marble, dp (Prima – Melody collection)
Ink: Ancient Page bordeaux, Distress Ink spun sugar
Accessories: Spellbinders spiral blossom 1 & label 16, Quickutz tea set dies, Tombow port wine marker, silver pearls, Martha Stewart fern punch, leaf punch, plastic mesh canvas

 

Julie Warner - justwritedesigns https://thewritestuff.justwritedesigns.com/

Happy Monday!
This is pretty exciting news for me…I’m now on the DT for Outlines Rubber Stamps! And for my first post, it’s a sketch for the Outlines Monday Challenge #33! Check out all the details on playing along with us for a chance to win on the Outlines Blog.

Julie Warner - justwritedesigns - https://thewritestuff.justwritedesigns.com

I’m using some pretty spring images and colors for my card today. The colors in this dp are my favorite colors so I matched the colors in my images to them. The vase and flowers were cut out and added on top of some white c/s that I stamped the dots in two different colors. First I inked and stamped w/ the lime ink, then inked w/ the neptune and used a SAMJ to align the second stamping in an alternate row. A lg corner rounder was used on the two right corners. The scallop scissors didn’t match up exactly w/ the scallop border, but I think it looks fine as is. The finished card is 4.25 x 5.50.
Thanks so much for stopping by! I hope you’ll join us in our Monday Challenge and please visit all the Outlines Design Team for details on their creations.

Jenny Gropp
Kecia Waters
Lisa Silver
Sue Kment

Julie Warner -me!
Jeanne Streiff

 

 

 

Supplies:

Stamps: OutlinesHello, Bunny Tail (for the small flowers & buttefly), Dotted Flower small, Stripe Vase, Petal Strip, Small Dot Bg
Paper: white, black, dp (Kaisercraft – Chapter One)
Ink: Ancient Page coal, lime & neptune
Accessories: Tombow markers, scallop scissors, black permapaque marker, lg corner rounder, water brush, SAMJ (stamp-a-ma-jig)

Julie Warner - justwritedesigns - https://thewritestuff.justwritedesigns.com

Welcome to the Our Daily Bread designs January Release Blog Hop!

If you came here from the fabulous Connie McCotter’s Blog, you are in the right place. If not you might want to start at the Our Daily Bread designs Blog and start from the beginning. If you get lost along the way, simply return there, where the entire hop is listed with links.

Julie Warner - justwritedesigns https://thewritestuff.justwritedesigns.com/
For my card, I’m using the new Birthday Blessings set. Isn’t this a wonderful tea cup full of flowers? I colored it w/ markers and added a little iridescent watercolor medium on top for a little sparkle. I used the out of the box Nestie technique to cut it out.  The purple background was run through the Grand Calibur with an embossing folder. The ivory/yellow panel was stamped with pigment ink using one of my favorite past releases, Crocheted Background. A little strip of the Crochet Border from Serve the Lord was added under the olive green panel. A matching Crochet circle was stamped and die cut using the matching dies. I used the first part of the sentiment for my little tags and the complete sentiment from the set is on the inside. The finished card is 4.25 x 5.50.

From here, hop to the fantastic Betty Wright’s blog!

Thanks so much for stopping by!

 

 

Supplies:
stamps: ODBD – Birthday Blessings, Serve the Lord, Crocheted Background
paper: white, ivory, purple, olive green
ink: Ancient Page coal & foxglove, Colorbox banana custard pigment ink
accessories: Spellbinders circle dies & Grand Calibur, ODBD crochet circle & border dies, Tombow markers, Winsor & Newton iridescent medium for watercolor, multi tag punch (McGill), ribbon, Grand Calibur, Cuttlebug Ornamental Iron embossing folder