Saturday, October 30, 2010

Our Daily Bread Designs {Challenge 35}

Oooh, I think y'all are going to love this week's ODBD challenge! You actually get to pick between three of top challenges from this year--"Dies and Punches," "Texture It," or "Sparkle ."

Well, I chose the "texture it" challenge. I LOVE texture. I added texture with my hand-dyed seam binding, the brad, and my sewing machine. I always seem to use my Making Memories distressing tool for texture so I stayed away from it this time. LOL! The ODBD stamp set I used is called Peace & Joy. And to get my brad the exact color I wanted, I used my Copic marker to color the "bling." Works perfectly! Papers: Basic Grey Jovial, Paper Trey Ink cs
Stamps: Our Daily Bread Designs Peace & Joy
Stamp Ink: VersaMark, Ranger clear ep, Tim Holtz Distress Ink aged mahogany
Embellishments: Tim Holtz bracket die, hand-dyed seam binding, Copic YG17 for brad, Zva Creative brad, sewing machine


If you would like to see more challenge creations, please be sure to check out the other ODBD Challenge Team creations here:

Chris Olsen
Chris Dickinson
Francie Gumprecht
Sabrina Jackson

To see all of the challenge and prize details, please see the ODBD blog post here. Yes, there are prizes, so you don't want to miss the details! Also please don't forget to upload your creations to Mister Linky in the same post by Thursday, November 4th, at 8 p.m. EST to be eligible! Remember to use Keyword ODBDSLC35 when posting to online galleries. Thanks for stopping by, and have a blessed weekend!
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10 comments:

Chris Olsen, Glowbug said...

Wow Patter! Look at that die cut flower. I just love your combo of dp (my fave Christmas pack). Beautiful holiday card and take on the challenge. Have a great weekend!
hugs,
Chris

pattyb said...

I LOVE this card! As I am new to your website, I was wondering if you had a tutorial or tips on hand dyeing seam binding, and what brand you use? If it is already posted somewhere, please let me know and I will look it up! Thanks so much for your time and thanks for posting this beautiful card! LOVED how you used the seam binding under the flower also! LOVE IT!!! Blessings~ Patty

Traci S. said...

Hi Patter~

What a great looking card! I love the flowers, and the material! The colors are so "seasonal," and I just love the sentiment. The layout of it, the color of it, and the actual words.

Thanks so much for sharing!
He IS Able!
Traci S.

Chrissy D said...

Patter - I will definitely be CASING this layout! I just love the colors and your design and images! Beautifully put together! Have a great weekend!

Patter Cross said...

Hi Patty, and thank you for your sweet words! I am glad to have you following my blog! :) I do have a tutorial on coloring seam binding. You can find it here:

http://triplethescraps.blogspot.com/2010/06/tuesdays-tip-my-test-colored-seam.html

I will tell you that I do not use the glass & water technique after trying it for my tutorial. It takes too much time and the colors isn't as vibrant. I always spritz it now, and for the seam binding on this card, I used Maya Road Mist and Glimmer Mist (a brown and a red). Let me know if you have more questions, and thanks again!

Sabrina aka okimom2girlz said...

WOW ,Patter, this is gorgeous!!! The colors so traditional and so beautiful....love it!! Awesome take on the "Texture it" challenge...especially that stunning Poinsettia nested on the the dyed seam binding! Have a blessed weekend! Hugs, Sabrina

Grace said...

Absolutely stunning Patter! I love this big bloom and this paper, and what a great layout! Love everything about this one!

Mickie said...

Very pretty Patter, live that hand dyed seam binding. Wish I knew where to get it.

Lim said...

Gorgeous card! I love it!
Your blog is amazing. Thank you so much for the inspiration and for the great ideas about storage.
Hugs,
LIM

Gardeningal2003 said...

Patter, this is just a GORGEOUS card! I love the circle cut-outs - so simple, yet they add to so much dimension. Thanks for the inspiration, as always! Blessings, Sue.

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