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Welcome to the Our Daily Bread designs February Release! We have some beautiful images & fabulous dies for you this month

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 February 2, 2016 at 9:00 p.m. EST to leave your comments on the Designers Blogs for a chance to win!  The Winners will be posted on the ODBD Blog on February 3rd, so be sure to check back there to see if you won!
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My first card shows off the gorgeous new Thank You die as well as a host of favorites including the Asters, Posies, and Butterfly. After using the largest Flourished Star Pattern die for striped layer, I used the Double Stitched Rectangles to cut it again as well as for the peachy layer. For the center element, I used some ivory along w/ the other 2 papers to cut 3 sizes of squares then rounded 2 opposite corners of each before stacking them. On the 2 top ivory rounded squares, I ran them thru the embossing cycle using a piece of cross stitch canvas to add a little texture.
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Two sizes of Asters & 1 small Posy were die cut and stacked to add on top of the center. I used just the lacy part of the Fancy Fritillary die to add beside the flower. I stamped part of one of the greetings from the With Much Thanks set on a piece of ivory then die cut using the large leaf from the Pretty Posies set. The Thank You die was cut twice & stacked for a little dimension.

Here’s a look at the inside.

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Supplies:
Stamps: Our Daily Bread designs –  With Much Thanks
Paper: ivory, dp (SEI – Claire)
Ink: Versafine onyx
Accessories: ODBD Thank YouFlourished Star PatternAstersPretty Posies, Double Stitched RectanglesDouble Stitched Circles, Fancy Fritillary diesplatinum liquid pearls, medium corner rounder, Spellbinders squares dies

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My second card features a pretty pastel Easter basket. The basket from last year’s Basket of Blessings now has a matching die! So if you snagged one last spring, you’re in luck! If not, you can still get it along w/ the die. To make mine, I put the basket image in my Misti, stamped it w/ Memento onto some of the pastel flower paper from the Easter Card Collection (I used the same piece of printed paper for the die cut bow), then added some shading using the Copics. After, I stamped over it w/ the Versafine to really make the details pop, then I die cut it. All the lacy & plain Easter eggs were die cut using the Easter Egg dies & different pieces from the Pastel Paper pack. 
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I used one of plaids & a minty green piece for the large background layers, frame & Happy Easter  die cut. I added some flowers, the grass & bow & my Easter card was all finished! 

Here’s a look at the inside & below it are the Copics I used for the basket.
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Supplies:

Stamps: Our Daily Bread designs – Basket of Blessings
Paper: Neenah white, designer paper (ODBD –Pastel Paper, Easter Card Collection )
Ink:  Memento tuxedo black, Versafine onyx (to over stamp after coloring), (Versafine royal purple -inside greeting)
Accessories: ODBD Happy EasterFlourished Star Pattern, Asters, Easter EggsDouble Stitched RectanglesStitched OvalsBirds & Nest (small flowers), Grass BorderLovely Leaves, Medium Bow dies, Misti, Copic markers

Please be sure to visit & comment on all the DT Blogs. It will be much appreciated & will also increase your chances to win! 

Cathy * Robin C. * Sandee * Julie * Dawn * 

Lori Robin T. * Chris * Angie * Silke *

 Lisa * Diana * Sabrina

Thanks so much for stopping by!
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These are the fabulous sets, dies (so many, lol), & papers I used:
 

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