I am really not crazy, only my life is but I really rather like it that way. I am a child of God, wife, part-time work outside the home mother of five children, self proclaimed paper crafting addict and challenge junkie.
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Hello everyone! Welcome to the April 1st Our Daily Bread designs new release Blog Hop! We are all so excited about the new sets and I know you will be too. If you got here from Julie's blog, you are in the right place! If not, you might want to pop over to the Our Daily Bread designs Blog and start the hop from there!
The Hop will run from 8am EDT April 1 until 8pm EDT. April 2. The winners will be announced on theODBD Blogon Sun. April 3. For this hop, there will be THREE Prizes of One Free Set (your choice), and ONE GRAND PRIZE of THREE FREE SETS, YOUR CHOICE!
Here is what you need to do to be entered in the drawing:
Leave comments for each designer on each blog
Return to theODBD Blog and leave a comment, telling us you completed the hop and noting any blogs you were unable to comment on.
Answer the question on the ODBD blog ( no need to answer it on all our blogs)
Since I have been in a simple kinda card mood lately I decided to make two fairly quick and easy cards to share with you today. On the first one I used one of the smallest stamps from the Birds & Butterfly labels set as a little medallion and a scripture from Scripture Collections 5. I cut out the medallion using my Grand Caliber and the Spellbinders labels 18 set which perfectly coordinates. Basic Grey's Marjolaine designer paper went perfectly with some fun ribbon I picked up last week.
For my second card I went all manly with the Birch background and the Father's Day set. Now my dad loves Moose and I know that I will be making his father's day card with this set for sure! Once again I went for simple. Simple, easy straight stamping, a bit of sponging, a scrap of ribbon and some brads. My moose cut out with Spellbinders classic circles and layered on the ODBD fancy ovals.
Now you need to hop on over to visit Angieand see what loveliness she has to share with you today.