Hello friends! I hope you are all doing well! I apologize this post did not go up as the set time and I was not home to check it yesterday. I have been diagnosed with breast cancer and have been running constantly it seems to Drs. to get a treatment plan together. I would truly appreciate your prayers in the months ahead!!!
With that said, here is my post a day late for the look back post.
Today we are taking a look back at Our Daily Bread Designs Oct. Mid Release.
I created this card using the new sentiment set, Perfect Light, as well as the most awesome new dies: Christmas Candles and Merry Mosaics.
I started with a cranberry base. On that I layered brushed gold paper, followed by a patterned paper from the ODBD Christmas Card Collection 2015. I used the Layered Lacey Squares dies to cut my main image panel from some marbled yellow card stock from my stash. I embossed it in the die and sponged the edges with Cherry Cobbler ink. I die cut the awesome Christmas Candles from brushed gold, removing all the inside parts and using just the outline. I adhered this to my yellow panel, and matted this panel with more cranberry and brushed gold. To embellish I cut two Peaceful Poinsettias sizes from different paper, and one brushed gold Merry Mosaics for each of the three flowers. I used the pale yellow, sponged with cranberry, some scraps from the Christmas Paper Collection 2015 for the lower layers, and topped with brushed gold. I added some brushed gold holly leaves from the same set, and a Fancy Foliage die cut from brushed gold. To make the Fancy Foliage flourish look Christmasy, I used some of the gold holly leaves I had removed from my Candle die and adhered them over the regular leaves that are on the flourish. I stamped the sentiment on yellow and die cut with one of the Mini Tags Dies. I added a sheer gold ribbon and bow and some pretty cranberry half pearls to finish. I love the vintage feel to this card and it really went together pretty quickly!
Here are the NEW products I used on this card:
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Blessings to you,