Hello everyone and welcome to Our Daily Bread design's Aug 1 release blog hop! If you came from Randi's blog A New Creation you are in the right place, if not or if you get lost along the way or any links are broken, just return to the ODBD Blog for the full list of links! We hope you enjoy this months sets as much as we do!!!
This month Kelley is giving away THREE Gift Certificates of $15.00 toward stamps at the ODBD Store! To make it a little more fun ... the prizes are hidden on three different blogs and you won't know which ones, so be sure to leave a comment on each DT blog, because three blog owners will be choosing a winner from their commenters now through Aug 2, 8pm Eastern! So grab your favorite beverage and enjoy the hop! Be sure to return to the ODBD Blog and leave a comment there that you completed the hop and left comments for everyone, noting there if there were any you could not comment on. The hop will close at 8pm eastern tomorrow night (Aug 2). The winners will be announced Tues. on the ODBD Blog!
For my project I used the set Don't Worry. I love the chicory flower in this set. Chicory grows beside the road here and I love to see it mixed in with the Queens Anne lace and all the other wild flowers. Frequently I see cabbage moths lighting on the wild flowers so I just a had to use this set to recreate that scene to best of my ability. Now I colored my scene with my Prismacolor pencils, blending with odorless mineral spirits and a blending stump. I then added a layer of vellum over the top of my scene and stamped my verse, embossing it with clear embossing powder.
Thank you for visiting and I hope you enjoyed my project today. My blog is the end of the line so hop on over to the ODBD blog to leave your last comment.
What I used:
Our Daily Bread Designs Don't Worry
SU very vanilla, early espresso, old olive card stock
7 Gypsies; Gypsy Market designer paper
SU early espresso ink pad
Versafine black ink pad
Cuttlebug embossing folder
Prismacolor pencils, OMS and blending stumps
clear embossing powder