Friday, March 1, 2013

ODBD March 2013 Release and Blog Hop!

Gingham Background, Baking Gift Tags, Recipe Card Categories, Recipe Card and Tags Dies, Our Daily Bread designs

Welcome to the Our Daily Bread designs Mar 1 Release Blog Hop! The Bread Sticks have been stirring up lot's of goodies for this hop!!

If you got here from Angie’s fantabulous blog you are in the right place!  If not, you might want to return to the ODBD Blog so you don't miss a thing! 

First... here are the details of the hop:

  • Hop will run from 8:00am EST Mar 1 to 8:00pm EST  Mar 2
  • Winners announced Mar 3
  • Prizes: There sill be FIVE PRIZES of $20.00 GC for STAMPS in the ODBD Store!
  • To qualify to win, simply hop to each blog, leave some love for each designer, and return to the ODBD Blog to let us know you completed the hop, and tell us which SET or SETS you like the best!

Here are the sets and dies I used for my projects

Our Daily Bread designs

Gingham Background, Baking Gift Tags, Recipe Card Categories, Recipe Card and Tags Dies, Our Daily Bread designs

Sweet treats fill this fun bag! Bake sales, a gift for a kind neighbor… the possibilities are endless!!

Inks used for Gingham Background, Recipe Card Categories, Baking Tag Sentiments, and Baking Gift Tags… ColorBox Chalk Chestnut Roan and Adirondack Pink Sherbet. After using the Tag from Recipe Card and Tags Dies, I traced around the die for the tag mat. {I used a white lunch sack}

Gingham Background, Baking Gift Tags, Recipe Card Categories, Recipe Card and Tags Dies, Our Daily Bread designs

All cardstock is white, I just swiped the Chestnut Roan and a little Pink Sherbet over the paper to match!
I cut my window with Antique Labels and Border Dies and Spellbinders Floral Ovals. A piece of acetate covers the window.

Pussy Willow Background, Gingham Background, Baking Gift Tags, Baking Tag Sentiments, Recipe Card and Tags Dies, Our Daily Bread designs

Here’s another idea for a little treat for someone or fundraiser. {snickerdoodles courtesy of Amber Hillman!}

I stamped Gingham Background in Tumbled Glass then stamped Pussy Willow Background over top and colored with Copics, also using a little white gel pen to highlight the buds.

I stamped the sentiments and tags from Baking Gift Tags and Baking Tag Sentiments in the same ink and ColorBox Pink. To get the ‘gingham heart’, I applied the ink to the Gingham Background, then ‘kissed’ the heart image to the gingham….and stamped!

Pussy Willow Background, Gingham Background, Baking Gift Tags, Baking Tag Sentiments, Recipe Card and Tags Dies, Our Daily Bread designs

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Well, I hope you’ve enjoyed the hop as much as we did getting ready for YOU!

I’m bringing up the rear…
so, I’m sending you back to the ODBD Blog.

Dawn

68 comments :

Deb Palmer said...

The gigham background really makes this POP! tHANKS FOR SHARING. Treats look really yummy!!

~♥~The Navy Wife~♥~ said...

Oh love the tag! Such a gorgeous gift from the heart :)

Grace said...

Oh yummy Dawn!!! Love the soft stamping of the gingham on the bag, and I love the pussy willow topper! You are so clever and now you have made me hungry too!!! :)
hugs,
Grace

Chris Olsen, Glowbug said...

Oh how yummy and beautiful Dawn!! I just love your use of over stamping on the gingham and the gorgeous design!! What a great gift!! It is making me hungry. LOL!
hugs,
Chris

Angella D. Crockett said...

Dawny girl, this baking stuff sure is your niche!!! The baked goods look yummy and your packaging is fabulous! I would love to have a smidgen of your creativity, that's for sure!! Mwaaaaah!!!

Sandee Shanabrough said...

Dawn I LOVE both of these my friend!!! The blue is so soft and pretty! But I think since brown is my fave color especially with pink that first project is my fave!!! WOW!

Shirley Gilbert said...

Love these bags. What a great way to give a gift of love from your kitchen.

Diana Nguyen said...

Wow - somoene's been making good use of their gingham! :) And such wonderful creations!

Becky said...

What gorgeous treat bags.

NYtina112 said...

Such a wonderful idea. The gingham reminds me of my mom who loved being in the kitchen. Thank you.

Patty said...

Fantastic treat bags! Especially love the pink& chestnut and your window!! I'd love to know exactly how you made the bag, or if it was a premade one you altered!!

Jackie W said...

Yumm, your projects look scrumptious. And so do the goodies inside! Can't wait to get my hands on some of this release. Thanks for the inspiration.

TLady said...

SNICKERDOODLES???? You've made them look like they've come from GRANDMA'S BAKERY!!!!!!!!!!!!! :) TOOOOO SWEET!!!!!!!!!!!:) YES, WHO WOULDN'T SNATCH THESE UP AT A BAKE SALE?????? (I'm HUNGRY NOW Dawn!!!!!!!!! ) :)

Cheryl said...

Dawn...now I'm HUNGRY!! These projects are just beautiful. Hugs, Cheryl

Marjorie said...

Love that gingham background. Very nice project.

Marjorie from TX

Sabrina aka okimom2girlz said...

Goodness, Dawn, you truly make my mouth water this morning. So much love and gorgeousness in your treat bags....love each and every one of them and yes, that would be a welcome gift in my house any day :D:D Thanks so much for sharing your amazing talent with us! Hugs and blessings, Sabrina

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

Such fun and yummy projects, Dawn! Love your treat bags and the toppers and cut out window are fabulous looks. As pretty to look at as they are tasty!

Karen Wedding said...

You are a scrapper after my own heart. I love to bake and give food away and this would be perfect for me. Thanks for the ideas.

Mary-Anne V said...

What a wonderful set of handmade paper gifts to go along with the yummy treats!

seamom said...

So much talent and creativity! The tag on the first card is wonderful! That's one of my memories of my Mon. She often baked cookies and wore an apron.
"Lovinn' From the Oven"! Indeed a great way to package cookies for a bake sale! ...and pussy willows and lace. Love these stamped creations!

Mary B. said...

What cute bags and tags. I love it.I cant wait to get my hands on this new release. ODBD stamps are my favorites.

Debra Miller said...

So yummy Dawn - wonderful creations. - Deb

luv2craft said...

I just love the bag topper.The gingham stamp could be used in so many ways.I also would love to have your recipes for the cookies.They would be the first ones to go into the recipe book using the Recipe Dies I might win.

CaninesCouture said...

Those cookies look divine...and what adorable packaging! I've been craft blog hopping this morning and it's amazing to me how many talented, crafty folks there are in the blogosphere.

xoxo,

Jules of Canines & Couture
www.caninesandcouture.com

Teri said...

Those cookies look even more yummy in your treat bag! Great job!

Anonymous said...

Great job, Dawn. I am just loving the treat bag tags. Just lovely! God bless you!

Love In Christ,
Veronica

yums said...

What an absolute inviting yummy presentation you've made. Love how you utilized the gingham print to give it an old fashioned home baked motif and the tags are perfect. wonderful!

Vail's Creative Endeavors said...

Love the treat bag and bag topper, cute set.

jan farnworth said...

great project

Caryn S said...

Love your treat bags! Those tags are perfect.

Anita Braddock said...

Wow cute gift bag and and Tag the sentiment is cute love the colors the stamps are cute. thanks for sharing your great work.

Donna said...

Love the gingham.

momandmec said...

Great treat bag...I have that fancy oval die...like how you used it to create a window...what you did with that bag is awesome...what a wonderful way to present a gift!

Gail D said...

Sweets for the sweets. Love the creations, very pretty.

Christine said...

The gift bag is spectacular....so many special details! Love this set!

Gretchen Wilson said...

Snickerdoodles are my favorite, thank you very much. I love your bag too.

Shelia said...

Your cookie treat bags are both so cute. I don't know which one I like best. Both are so pretty. I love that new gingham background stamp!!

Kris B said...

What great gift bags! Love them both! Your tags are super sweet! TFS God bless!!

Cards By Jan said...

Dawn...I just LOVE your fund raiser projects!! what awesome bags...drooling in the mouth over those yummy cookies, One of my favorite, ...and I love everything you created!! WOW!!
Hugs

Dottie said...

I love the colors and the practicality of dressing up a gift of baking to be a true gift! Such fun!!

Candy Meyers said...

Your projects were all so neat. They make me want to go bake and take things to the neighbors.
Thanks loads,
Candy Meyers

Heather said...

Wow, both packages are so beautiful! They are as yummy as those cookies look. : ) Specially love the fancy diecut around the opening an the first bag.

Anonymous said...

Such lovely projects.....anyone would be pleased to receive one!

Jeanne Szabo

Sherry said...

Wow! such a neat wayy to decorate the packaging of your treats! beautiful!

craftymom205 said...

Great project.

craftymom205 at yahoo dot com

Sue D said...

Love your treat containers--esp the gingham on the first one.

Creative Crafter said...

I love your sweet idea and the bag toppers. Great for a children's party. Blessings

Tracy said...

Great projects! Love them all.

Clickersister said...

These stamp sets are amazing, and your use of the pussy willow stamp as a background was great. I really love that gingham background, too! Great job!
Debb

JANIS FROM CANADA said...

Love your project so very much.. Thanks

wendy2512 said...

I love all your ideas here, and presented so beautifully...gorgeous use of the new sets...I now am sooo loving that gingham bg stamp, does it ever look neat in all the colors..but even better......them yummy looking cookies...;0)...lovely job...TFS

Jennipher said...

Love how you used the different backgrounds as toppers for your goodie bags. Very pretty.

Scrapmaniac 247 said...

Oh my gosh girl, these are sure sweet in so many ways!! Love the blur gingham with the brown!!

Linda Carson said...

Do you ship? What a special way to share some yum!! Beautifully done, creative and inspirational...doesn't get any better than that!

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Anonymous said...

Love your clever, and talented, treat bags and tags~awesome! Your snickerdoodles look oh so mouth-watering.
Pamela

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Susan said...

These treat bags and tags are awesome! I can see so many uses for these terrific sets! My daughter the baker will love these! Perfect for fundraisers....we do two every year so this will be a must have!
Thanks so much for sharing your talent.
Sue Brailey

Conniecrafter said...

Wonderful treat bags, love all the gingham backgrounds, the tag with the vintage image is so cool and love the decorative window!

Lagene said...

Love your treat bags and this gingham stamp makes coordinating your colors so easy!

Lucy said...

What pretty treat bags. I love the gingham background!

Anonymous said...

How sweet and yummy! You had me at the gingham! The rest is just frosting on the cake! I loooove all of these new products. Loved the colors and all the elements you used on these fun treat bags. This puts the "fun" in fund raising if you ask me! Maybe make a few of these cuties and offer as a door prize to get people to come to the sale. Ideas are endless. Thanks!!!

Chris R. from Iowa
ckrobinson01@hotmail.com

Elena Lin said...

I love how you transformed that white lunch bag into beautiful packaging for treats! Also the details on the treat topper are wonderful! Thank you for sharing!

April said...

Beautiful projects! Love them.

Sonia said...

My goodness! Your projects are fabulous! They really set off your homemade goodies to perfection-yum!

Pattie J. said...

Dawn, these are beautiful and thoughtful projects. I can see so many uses. Homemade, perfection.

christi said...

yummy, what a great way to present you homemade goodies!

Pam D said...

Awesome treat bags and toppers! Great tags, ribbon and twine, TFS!