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Archive for November 22nd, 2013

Julie Warner -
Today, we are reviewing the ODBD November release.  Aren’t these ornament images and dies lovely? So perfect for all your Christmas cards and so easy to customize with whatever colors and papers you want to use. For my ornament, I stamped it w/ the concord ink and added color w/ Copic markers. The greeting was stamped on a strip of the same snowflake paper (from the ODBD Christmas Paper Collection), added a hint of color before attaching it across the ornament w/ a couple of purple mini brads.  For the snowflake paper layer, I used a French curve ruler and a craft knife to cut the curvy borders. After piercing along the edges, I added a bunch of graduating sizes of circles. These were die cut and although I didn’t use the actual die cut, I liked all the little rounded dots.

Julie Warner -
The snowflake paper was attached on top of another piece of designer paper. On this dp, I enhanced the lt blue areas w/ a Copic marker. After everything was attached, I added some stickles to the dots and also the centers of the snowflakes on the ornament.

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Stamps: Our Daily Bread designs – Christmas Pattern Ornaments
Paper: Neenah white, soft sky, ODBD Christmas Paper Collection 2013, other dp
Ink:  Distress Ink dusty concord
Accessories:  ODBD Circle Ornament dies, Spellbinders Asian accents die (under ornament topper),  fading dot border die (for all the little purple dots), Copic markers, stickles, French curve ruler, piercing tool & mat, brads