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Birthday Pottery cu 06117
Weekly-Favorite   Best of 2015 SCS
For today’s Color Challenge (CC525), we had a wide range of choices. I chose the far left row of colors (saffron, pistachio, sky, cantaloupe) for my card. The main reason I went with these colors was I came across a background I made a while back, using embossing folder stamping & some shine sprays (I sprayed the colors directly onto the embossing folder, then lightly pressed it to the paper).  The colors are almost exact matches, so that was that! Then I couldn’t figure out what to do with it, lol. I finally pulled out one of my favorite images, these pottery vases, colored them w/ Copics & fussy cut them.
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I stamped them again on top of the background after I die cut it (no way was I going to cut out those skinny little branches), then attached them on top. An extra center vase was popped up. The greeting is combo of the actual stamp & a couple of die cut words w/ their first letters snipped off to replace the ones in the stamp. I used a stamp positioner to rearrange the rest of the greeting to fit where the die cut letters would be. A sky blue layer, some black sequins & a black Candi dot were added to finish. These are the Copics I used for the vases.

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Supplies:

Stamps: Serendipity Stamps Vases, Happy Birthday
Paper: Neenah white, X-Press It white, sky blue 
Ink:  Versafine onyx, Memento tuxedo black
Accessories:  Serendipity Believe die & Hope die, Copic markers, Spellbinders A2 matting basics A & B, black Permapaque marker (to edge the panel), black sequins, black Candi dot, Heidi Swapp shine sprays, Quatrefoil embossing folder (Paper Studio)

I’m also adding these cards to Virginia’s View Challenge #14!

Sending Flowers cu 04347
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Today’s Technique Challenge (TLC494) is all about embossed water color (it’s also a revisit of TLC168). Love water color and I thought these flower images and dies would be perfect for white embossing then water coloring. 

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On water color paper, I white embossed the big Flower Pops Background then used water brushes and Peerless water colors to add the color. I started out trying to use the colors from the CAS285 Challenge, but I’m not sure I can get away with calling this clean & simple…though it wasn’t complicated. For the die cut flowers & leaves, I white embossed the line versions, then painted the water colors directly on the solid versions and stamped over. I attached these to a white panel w/ a die cut border on which I stamped the greeting. The large background was attached underneath. 

 

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Just for fun, here’s the inside. Since I don’t use designer paper that often, I often either stamp or use leftover die cuts and images to add to the inside. These were leftover strips from die cutting the border. 

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Supplies:

Stamps: Serendipity Stamps – 1304M Flower PopsFlower Pops Negative Set 1318QCL, Flower Pops Background 1316L, Sending Lots of Love 971D, Happy Birthday 931D (inside)
Paper: X-Press It white, water color
Ink:  Versafine onyx (for greeting), Colorbox frost white pigment
Accessories:  Serendipity Flower Pops dies, white embossing powder, water brushes, Peerless water colors, Marianne Creatables die (Anja die)
Anchor cu 04223
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Best of 2014!
Welcome to the Our Daily Bread designs August Release! We have such a fun release this month…we’re going to the beach! These images & dies are fun, fun, fun! 
First the Prize Information:
  • Three winners will be randomly chosen from the comments left on the designers blogs to receive a $15 Gift Certificate to the ODBD Store, to be used toward the purchase of ODBD Stamps found in the “stamps column” of the website.
  •  You have until August 2, 2014 at 9:00 p.m. EDT to leave your coments!
  • The Winners will be posted on the ODBD Blog on August 3rd, so be sure to check back there to see if you won!

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For my first card, I stamped the wonderful Anchor scene, colored it with Copics then did a bit of my out of the box technique on the right side using a classic oval die. I kept the colors a little toned down to coordinate with the background paper I wanted to use. The larger black oval and wide black panel were done with the embossing folder stamping technique. I sprayed one side of an embossing folder w/ sparkly silver & gold sprays, then pressed a piece of black card stock inside. There is no texture since I didn’t emboss it…just sparkle! On the teal woodgrain patterned paper, I stamped the little anchor & compass rose with teal ink  & the fishing net background on the right side with gold ink. The two different braided ropes w/ shells were something I’ve had in stash for quite a while. The smaller one was glued around the oval and the larger one tied in a bow and added. The finished card is 5.50 x 4.25 & these are the Copics I used.

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Supplies:

Stamps: Our Daily Bread designs Anchor the Soul, Smooth Sailing, Fishing Net Background
Paper: X-Press It white, black, dp (Paper Studio – ETC collection)
Ink: Memento tuxedo black, teal zeal, Encore ultimate metallic gold
Accessories: Spellbinders A2 matting basics A & B dies, classic oval dies & Labels 21 dies, Copic markers, braided twine w/ shells, Heidi Swapp gold & silver shine sprays, Lifestyle Crafts embossing folder (Tide set)

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On my second card, I went with a fun tropical color combo and lots of sparkle. I had some pieces of striped paper w/ lines of sparkle already in it so I used a couple of rainbow ink pads to sponge in those colors on the stamped, die cut flip flops. I also used them to stamp the big sand dollar then stamped the greeting on top. It was die cut with one of the circle ornament dies and I used a scallop circle on the teal layer. The little teal border was die cut with an edge of a scalloped long rectangle die I used on both sides. I added a few gems and stickles in tropical colors to the flip flop straps. The finished card is 5.50 x 4.25.

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Supplies:

Stamps: Our Daily Bread designs – Flip Flop Fun, Life is Better, Ocean Treasures
Paper: X-Press It white, teal, dp (SEI -)
Ink: Memento tuxedo black, Kaleidacolor Melon Melody & Caribbean Sea
Accessories: ODBD Circle Ornament dies, ODBD Flip Flop dies, ODBD Flip Flop Border dies, Spellbinders A2 matting basics A & B dies, scallop circle & scallop long rectangle dies, stickles, gems
Thanks so much for stopping by! Please be sure to stop by and comment on all the team blogs so you’ll be in the prize drawing!
Julie  * Cathy * Paula * Grace * Chris * Lori * Dawn * Sandee *
 Lisa * Angie * Sabrina * Wanda * Audrey * Silke