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Heart Window cu06690 Welcome to the Our Daily Bread designs July Release! We have some fabulous new images & dies for you this month and I know you’re going to love them!

Prize Information: – 
Three randomly selected winners will each receive a $25 gift certificate to the ODBD Store, to be used toward the purchase of ODBD Stamps found in the “stamps column” of the website just for commenting on the Design Team cards!  You have until July 2 2015 at 9:00 p.m. EDT to leave your comments on the Designers Blogs for a chance to win!  The Winners will be posted on the ODBD Blog on July 3rd, so be sure to check back there to see if you won!

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My first card uses mostly all die cuts. And what fabulous dies they are..a Welcoming Window (just the right size, I might add!),  Shutters, and a Flower Box Filler! For the background, flowers, awning & hearts I die cut the pieces out of several different sheets from the Shabby Rose paper collection. I attached a piece of transparency behind the window then ran them both thru the embossing cycle again so the windows would have some shape.
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The little flower pot on the right was made using the same window box die..I just moved one end to cut it shorter. The little girls silhouette was stamped on paper to put behind the window. I thought they fit perfectly with the greeting & also gives you a little view inside the window. I also added a section of awning die cut out of the pink gingham inside the window as a valance. 
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Here’s a look at the inside. I used the negative of the flower box filler as a stencil and sponged the flower border thru it. This card is 5.50 x 4.25.

Supplies:

Stamps: Our Daily Bread designs – Home Sweet Home, Little Girls
Paper: white, dp (ODBD Shabby Rose collection)
Ink:  Versafine onyx, Colorbox pastel pink chalk ink
Accessories: ODBD Flourished Star Pattern, Welcoming Window, Window Shutter & Awning, Flower Box Filler, Ornate Hearts, Ornate Borders & Flowers (inside) dies,  Spellbinders A2 matting basics A dies


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My second card uses the beautiful Blossom set. After die cutting the label shape, I sponged a little pink inside the die then stamped the label frame, greeting & rosebud inside. I also stamped just the top petal, fussy cut it & popped it up for a little dimension.
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The background was stamped w/ the Belles Vignes image & added a little pink to parts of it. Two butterflies were stamped, colored, die cut & added. Some stickles was added to the butterflies, rose and here & there on the vine for a little sparkle.

The finished card is 5.50 x 4.25 and these are the Copics I used. Blossom copics 06666
Supplies:

Stamps: Our Daily Bread designs – Blossom, Flourish Label Borders, Butterfly & Bugs, Trois Joiles Papillon, Belles Vignes
Paper: white, black
Ink:  Memento tuxedo black, Distress Ink spun sugar
Accessories: ODBD Flourished Star Pattern, Vintage Flourish Pattern, Vintage Labels,  Trois Papillon, Butterfly & Bugs dies,  Spellbinders A2 matting basics A dies, Copic makers, stickles

Please be sure to visit & comment on all the DT Blogs to increase your chance of winning! 

Cathy * Julie * Sandee * Silke * Dawn

Chris *Grace * America * Lisa * Amy 

Lori * Angie * Sabrina

Thanks so much for stopping by!
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36 Responses to “ODBD July Release!”

  • Deb M.:

    Beautiful cards! LOVE the window and window box, it really does look great…and that rose card is just beautiful!!

  • Christine:

    Julie, your cards are incredible! I especially like the way you have used the window die. The wealth of details are just amazing…..the sweet hearts on the shutters remind me of the home of a dear friend. What a nice connection!

  • Beautiful window card and fabulous coloring on the second card.

  • Hi Teamie. Love your beautiful use of the window die on the first card- GORGEOUS detailing. Love the second for its striking colors, cuts and fab sparkle.

  • That window card is beautiful. You even put people inside and glass on the window! I am wowed!

  • Julie! WONDERFUL JOB with the window die!!! LOOOVE how you embossed the acetate!!!! It just pops right out! Windows are SO POPULAR now!!! LOOOVE the little image INSIDE TOO! SUPER JOB!!! AND, I LOOOOOVE the flower images in this release!!!! We ALL NEED MORE FLOWERS!!!!!!!!!!!!! LOL WONDERFUL JOB!!!!!!!!!!!!! 😉

  • What a great job you did on these two cards! The first one is so sweet and I love all the dies. The second is beautiful!

  • Julie, you have outdone yourself as usual. That first card is droop dead gorgeous. I love all the ideas that you share (like, putting the transparency thru with the die; cutting that flower box down for a smaller size, using the negative of a die for a stencil)……so many great ideas. I really like the stamp you used on the second card (Belles Vignes–it really looks versatile. Thank you.

  • Cathymac:

    Every perfect detail on your window card is amazing and beautifully done, Julie! I’m not sure why I am so drawn to the pink and gray color scheme for these roses…your Blossom card is gorgeous! Both release projects are fabulous! Hugs!

  • beautiful cards!! love the window card!! gorgeous details.. love it..

  • Wow- such beautiful cards. The window card made me think about Savannah, Georgia. I MUST have the blossom set and get out my copics.

  • Kristen:

    Wonderful use of the diecuts! And love your COPIC coloring techniques!

  • Deb:

    Gorgeous cards, love the new window die!

  • JoAnn Burnham:

    Beautiful cards. Love the delicate looking window card and the pretty rose and details of the other one.

  • Dawn:

    Pure genius, Julie!! I love that you made actual windows!! The cute hearts and little planter….and the using the negative as a stencil inside…. Awesome! Beautiful rose card too!!

  • Gina Ables:

    Julie, both of these are great! I absolutely love the window.

  • Irene Tetreault:

    Wow! I am loving those window dies. You’ve done an awesome job with every detail.
    …little girls in the window etc. Very nice choice of colors…I can’t think of anything that could make these any nicer…they are just perfect!

  • Shona:

    Gorgeous creations Julie! The coloring is just so pretty. Love the valance and the flowers and flower box. Those dies are just gorgeous too.

  • Stunning cards Julie!! I love them both but the first with the realistic window, the silhouette in the background and all your details is stunning. Your second layout and design is gorgeous as well. Very elegant!!
    hugs,
    Chris

  • Lorraine Brandt:

    Beautiful cards. I love the softness of the rose and butterfly one.

  • WOW! Really lovely cards. I love the window die with the flowers. You did a fabulous job.
    Blessings & Hugs,
    Diane

  • Kathy Krug:

    Love that you put a scene behind the window.

  • Both cards are so pretty with lots of gorgeous details. I really like the window box card. Love the hearts on the shutters & the scene inside the window!! Gorgeous!

  • Tammy:

    I am always amazed by the beauty of your cards. The window card is delightful; I love the silhouette of the children. Your floral card is so pretty and classic.

  • Kathy:

    Oh my gosh! Your cards are stunning as usual, Julie! I can’t wait to get my hands on those new dies! The window is wonderful! Thank you for sharing.

  • Sandee:

    Man Julie! That first card is amazing! Love the way you incorporated the hearts. And your second card is so beautiful! Lovin’ all the pink!

  • Oh my! You’ve created a masterpiece with that vision of a window box display! The butterflies and hearts and all the little things make your card pop! And the second card is equally lovely with those glittery butterfies and sentiment that is so very true to heart 🙂 TFS! Blessings! ?

  • Love the precious scene you made with the window and your coloring of the rose on the second cards is just lovely, pretty background too!

  • Both cards are exquisite! Love the window with all of the pretty flowers and awning and love the rose card as well- I cannot choose a favorite 🙂 Thanks for sharing your talent with all of us!!

  • Sheila B.:

    Beautiful cards displaying the versatility of the dies. Love the use of pink and black.

  • Two beautiful cards, Julie. I like the panes in your window.

  • wendy2512:

    Oh I am starting to see how wonderful the new window dies will be. Love your scene with the first card and you even h ave a fun time going on in the inside, and all the pretty flowers….beautiful, as also your second card…the black and pink delish together, sharp but so soft and pretty…lol…if it can be soft and sharp at same time…gorgeous tho all the same…TFs..:0)

  • Julie, girl, you did it again! I am always amazed at your creativity and this month it is not any different! Your first card is amazing and that silhouette image is just perfect fir the new window die…..love it! Your second card is elegance galore…. just stunning! Hugs and blessings, Sabrina

  • Julie, these turned out beautiful! The window card with the hearts is too cute….and the second card is very elegant!

  • No surprise….both of your samples are AMAZING!! I hope that people are paying attention to all of the clever ways that you make the absolute most out of your stamps and dies…..I always look forward to discovering what creative ideas you have come up with next!!! You are a ROCK STAR in my book!! HUGS!!

  • KElley:

    Gosh, cannot decide which one I like better they are both so pretty! Window card is so full of details and the roses card is colored so gorgeous!!

Your comments are so appreciated!

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