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

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Ever since I first saw these new images, I knew I wanted to make a window card. I used both the small and large petite oval die sets to create my window.  To begin, I cut a layer out of white c/s slightly smaller than the front of my 5.50 x 4.25 white card and stacked the layer on top of the card front. Using the largest of the large ovals, I die cut them together so they would match up when attached. The largest of the small ovals was used to cut the coral layer which I sandwiched between the card and the top layer.

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The bicycle was stamped, colored w/ markers and cut out above the top rail of the fence. The scene from Missing You was stamped on the inside of the card along with the sentiment. I added a little extra bit of fence on the inside of the window to complete the bicycle scene on the front. A couple of die cut pennants and buttons were added for extra interest.

Thanks so much for stopping by!


Stamps: ODBD – Bicycle, Missing You
Paper: Neenah white, coral textured (DCWV)
Ink: Ancient Page coal,  Memento nautical blue
Accessories:  Tombow markers, Spellbinders lg & sm petitie oval dies, Cheery Lynn round & scallop button dies, Quickutz pennant die

118 Responses to “Welcome to the ODBD June Release Blog Hop!”

  • Lisa C:

    Love your card! TFS

  • Lois Kennedy:

    The bicycle set is my favorite one this month. I love the way you gave the card such depth, with stamping inside and out.

  • Julie, I love this!! I really like how you brought out the image on the front of the card by not coloring the inside image. The way you tucked part of the fence behind the window and the addition of the cute little pendants really add to this card!! So creative.

  • Candy Meyers:

    I love how you made the inside of the card part of the outside. Great idea.
    Thanks loads,
    Candy Meyers

  • Lynne Z:

    Julie – I totally love your card. It just looks simply awesome with the window. Love the little banners and buttons in the corner. Finishes the card off perfectly.

  • Margie Fulcher:

    Julie: Your card is so awesome. I loved everything about it. The window and the scene inside. So beautiful!!!!

  • I love the diorama look to your card Julie! It has awesome dimension and is just beautiful!!

  • Heather Mills:

    What a great idea!!! I love the cutout behind the bike; with that scene behind it, it is so perfect!! Brilliant.

  • So pretty, I especially love all the dimension, and the way you made the picket fence come from the back to the front. Your coloring is beautiful too.

  • Michel E:

    Love the card.

    craftymom205 at yahoo dot com

  • Beautiful window card – wonderful coloring and design!

  • I love the way you created the window card with these images. Beautifully done.

  • Denise from Ohio:

    What a great window card… such a creative idea!!!!
    Keep on Stampin for Him!!
    Denise from Ohio

  • Mary B.:

    This card is great. I lovethe oval cut out. This scene reminds me of a vaction on kellys Island. This is so cute!

  • Reny:

    Oh my goodness! This card is awesome! I love the cut-out. TFS!

  • Sherry Lowmaster:

    O, I just love how you combined 2 sets and the colors you used on the bikce scene!!

  • What a striking design. I love how the inside and the outside all ties together. Very pretty.

  • Stunning card! I’m so glad you showed us a side-view, otherwise I would have no idea it was a 3D card.

  • I love the way you did this. Thanks for sharing.

  • Pati L:

    Very cool window card, great combo of stamps!

  • Tanja S:

    Very clever card!

  • Becky Green:

    WHAT A GORGEOUS window card! SO SUMMERY!!!!!!!! WOW!!!!!!!!! ANYONE would LOVE to receive THIS card! ( Send it to ME????) 🙂

  • JoJo:

    Beautiful card. It has such a fresh look.

  • linda Munson:

    I love love your card and am going to see if I can figure out how you did it. I know you gave instructions, BUT…………:)

  • Holly Paulson:

    I love your window card. Great idea and I like the colors you used.

    Holly Paulson

  • Lorrayne Ingram:

    Your card is great, you get the vision of looking thru a window.

  • Cheryl Stauffer:

    I love everything about this card. The way you added the window and fence outside of it really adds alot of depth. This is my favorite stamp set and a “must have”.

  • What a gorgeous card! I love the window you’ve created and the image of the bicycle and fence, with that quote is absolutely fabulous!

  • Gerrie Johnnic:

    Beautiful window card…..perfect setting fo this vintage bike, I love this card.

  • jbradyreed:

    Wow! Great techniques! I am thankful for this blog hop! I have been learning so much! Thank you for sharing

  • WOWZA! This is simply stunning! I love ODBD stamps and this one’s another winner! I love your idea of making a window and your coloring is awesome! I’m off to the ODBD store to get this set! May I case this? I have to try it… Thanks for your beautiful inspiration! 🙂

  • Glenda:

    WOW!!! Love it!!!!

  • I’m not sure which I love more; your gorgeous website or your delightful cards. The ODBD stamps add just the right touch!

  • Karen Scheaffer:

    Love the cut out idea. Makes the bike standout.

  • Lynne Ingram:

    Oh how I love this set. Wonderful job coloring. Grea card.

  • JANIS:


  • Mary:

    WOW! What an intricate card!!! So much detail!!! This card reminds me of my younger days and I love your design!!!

  • Love the dimensional look to your card. Fabulous job.

  • fm:

    Love this scene used on a window card, too!!

  • OH MY! this card is how you made it pop cutting the pickett fence part out..the colors are’s just lovely.

  • Marie D.:

    What an awesome card, love the opening and how you cut the bicycle out on top of the fence.

  • cynthia beynon:

    julie warner take a bycicle stamp some stamp ideas and look what you can
    come up with. one of the most beautiful cards. i am sure anyone would love
    to receive it. and i would loke to make some thing like this
    cynthia thank you

  • Kelley:

    Love the card!! Thanks so much!

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