Friday, October 24, 2014

A Look Back at October…ODBD

Today we are taking a look back at Our Daily Bread designs October release. You can also visit the ODBD Blog for more info. And don’t forget the November Pre-Order Special! More on that in a few…






Mistletoe Ornament, God’s Timing, Matting Circles from October are what I used for my card today, plus Circle Ornaments from last year.

I stamped the image in Distress Iced Spruce, embossed and colored with Copics.

And that gorgeous paper? Well that’s part of the November release that you can still get on pre-order special now until Oct. 31!!

Speaking of this beautiful paper…

I had made a poinsettia from the Peaceful Poinsettia die (which still needs to be added to a card) and I couldn’t stand the thought of wasting the piece of paper I’d cut them from! Tell me I’m NOT the only one like this!!

the poinsettia…waiting

I’d done a technique last week on Splitcoast, inlaid die cuts, which immediately made me think how to save my dp!


I sponged the poinsettias while still in the die with Adirondack Aqua. The greeting is from Holly Wreath.

A simple save!!

For many more awesome October inspirations, please see my sister sticks!

Grace * Paula * Chris * Lori * Julie 
Sandee * Cathy * Stacy  
Wanda * Audrey


Audrey Hiltke said...

Dawn - your projects are stunning!! I especially love your first - with the wonderful pearls and contrasting colors, it just took my breath away. I love the techniques you've used on the other projects - also very beautiful!
Hugs and Blessings,

Cathymac said...

WOW, Dawn! Love all of these look back projects! I have been wanting to create some cards using the inlaid technique, and now I am inspired more that ever to try this technique! LOVE these poinsettias! Hugs!

Sandee Shanabrough said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE!!! Did I say LOVE? Especially the white poinsettias inlaid into the paper!

Stacy Morgan said...

Dawn these are lovely! I like the dies you used in each of them. Wonderful cards.

Unknown said...

Dawn, your cards are always so pretty! Glad to see the Mistletoe ornament in use. I think it's such a pretty stamp!