Friday, December 1, 2017

ODBD December Release!


Hello Everyone!  Can you believe it is the first of December?!  That means it's time for a brand new release by Our Daily Bread Designs!!  I nearly fell off my chair when I saw this one - can you believe this totally adorable Card Caddy/Gift Bag??!!  I absolutely LOVE it and know this is one die I'm going to use ALLLLLLL the time for all sorts of occasions, imagine the possibilities!!

Of course it wouldn't be a new release without PRIZES to WIN!!
Three randomly selected winners will each receive a $25 Gift Code to the ODBD Website  just for commenting on the Design Team cards!  You have until December 2, 2017 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 December 3rd so be sure to check back there to see if you won!


Here are the products I've used for both of my samples today!

https://ourdailybreaddesigns.com/card-caddy-gift-bag-dies.html

https://ourdailybreaddesigns.com/christmas-collection-2017-6x6-paper-pad.html
https://ourdailybreaddesigns.com/merry-christmas-caps-die.html
https://ourdailybreaddesigns.com/snowflake-sky-die.html
https://ourdailybreaddesigns.com/noel-ornaments.html
https://ourdailybreaddesigns.com/gift-bag-handles-topper-dies.html

The first bag I've made all the base from cream card using the Card Caddy & Gift Bag Die and attached with high tack tape.  Next I've cut a piece of Christmas 2017 paper with Snowflake Sky, topped with brown card and topped again with more Christmas 2017 paper.  I've then used the Merry Christmas Caps die to cut a piece of glitter card and attached it to the middle of the bag.

Stamps - None
Paper - Christmas 2017 Paper Collection, Cream, Brown, Gold Glitter Card
Ink - None
Accessories - Card Caddy and Gift Bag, Snowflake Sky, Merry Christmas Caps



For my second sample, I've cut the bag out of red card using the Card Caddy & Gift Bag and then used the Christmas 2017 Paper Collection and the Gift Bag Handles and Topper to create the top and bottom accent pieces.  The handles have been cut out of green and attached as shown.  I've stamped Noel Ornaments in black into onto X-press It Blending Card and coloured with Copics. I've also added some Spica for sparkle to the image.  I've cut this out with Double Stitched Circles and  also added gold Spica to the edge of the die cut and then attached as shown.

Stamps - Noel Ornaments (ODBD)
Paper - ODBD: Christmas 2017 Paper Collection, Red, X-press It Blending Card, Green
Ink - Memento Tuxedo Black
Accessories - ODBD Dies: Card Caddy and Gift Bag, Gift Bag Handles and Topper, Double Stitched Circles

The Bread Basket have some incredible samples that you will definitely want to see today, so make sure you visit these blogs....
Sandee * Lisa * Angie * Cathy 
Grace * Dawn * Chris * Diana 
Helen * Kathy * Lori


That's all from me today, thanks for visiting and hope you are inspired to stamp!  :)

14 comments:

Sabrina Jackson said...

Oh my goodness, Kathy, these bags are absolutely stunning! As always I love your amazing coloring! Hugs, Sabrina

April said...

Beautifully done!

Nina Walker said...

Beautiful! Just plain stunning. Love the gift bags, always needing those. Also love that a list of items is provided so I know what to use to try to make something close. Mine never turn out quite as good though.

wannabcre8tive said...

Your bags are beautiful. I love this new die.

Lorraine Gall said...

Love the bags!!

Debi said...

Top bag is my favorite so far. Only one more design team member to go.
Love your work.

ETHEL BALLA said...

Great ideas, great job! Still time to make a few before Christmas.

Denise Bryant said...

Beautiful gift bags! Love that glittery Merry Christmas!

Dawn said...

Beautiful bags, Kathy!!

craftymom205 said...

Gorgeous bags.

Gab said...

How fun. And perfect for this time of year!

Audrey L. said...

Both bags are just fantastic!

Sue LD said...

Festive bags. I like the papers you used.

Angella D. Crockett said...

Gorgeous bags, Kathy girl! LOVE the glitter sentiment on the first and how you colored the ornaments on the 2nd! Fabulous job on both! HUGS!!

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