May 1, 2015

Our Daily Bread Designs May Release and Blog Hop

Welcome to the New Release post and Blog Hop showcasing projects from Our Daily Bread Designs May Release!  You can see all of the May Releases here.   Continue reading below to find out how you can win one of three $25 Gift Certificates to the ODBD Store good towards the purchase of ODBD stamps.

Today I'm sharing two Mixed Media projects using some of the products from the May Release along with some previously released Custom Dies, stamps and ODBD Pattern Paper.

My first card is rather CAS Black and White design.  I used a stencil from Just a Trace and Modeling Paste to create the background, then added various ODBD Dies (see supply list) and a stamped butterfly from the Trois Jolies Papillons stamp set, die cut with the Trois Papillons Die.  The stamped butterfly is layered onto the new Fancy Fritillary Die.



Details:
Stamps - Our Daily Bread Designs My Friend, Trois Jolies Papillons
Ink - Ranger Black Archival
Card Stock - Mixed Media Paper, Black
Other -  Modeling Paste, ODBD Custom Dies (Fancy Foliage, Birds and Nest, Fancy Fritillary, Layered Lacey Squares, Trois Papillons), Zva Creative Silver Gems, Dimensionals, Glue Dots, Just a Trace Stencil, Silver Twine




Challenge entered - The Mixed Media Card Challenge May Challenge 









My next project is a Mixed Media Canvas.  


I started out by adhering various papers from the Blushing Rose Paper Collection, and a portion paper that was die cut using the Layered Lacey Squares Die, then applied Dylusions Paint in Bubblegum Pink and Fresh Lime. Once the paint was dry, I then randomly stamped the Lord's Prayer Script and vine from Belles Vignes in Black ink.  I applied Modeling Paste through a Chevron Stencil, then sprinkled on Gold Embossing Powder.  After the Modeling Paste was completely dry, I heat embossed the powder.  (Note, if you do not wait for the Modeling Paste to completely dry, White flecks will show through the embossing powder)

To add to my canvas, I Black embossed the butterflies from the Trois Jolies Papillons stamp set and die cut with the Trois Papillons Die.  I also added a few stamped and die cut butterflies using the Butterfly and Bugs stamp set and die. The verse is from the Seed Packet stamp set.

Details:
Stamps - Our Daily Bread Designs Belles Vignes, Lord's Prayer Script, Seed Packet, Butterfly and Bugs
Ink - Ranger Black Archival, Ranger Gathered Twigs Distress Ink
Other - Heat Tool, Clear Embossing Powder, Chevron Stencil, Modeling Paste, Clear Embossing Powder, Gold Embossing Powder, Ink Blending Tool, Zva Creative Black Crystal Gems, Glue Dots, Dylusions Bubblegum Pink and Fresh Lime Paint, STAEDTLER Black Quickliner, ODBD Blushing Rose Paper Collection, ODBD Trois Papillons Die/Butterfly and Bugs Die, Canvas

ODBD Products Used:
Prize Details:
Three randomly selected winners will each receive a $25 gift certificate to Our Daily Bread Designs, good towards the purchase of ODBD stamps found in the "stamps column" of the ODBD Website, just for commenting on the Design Team cards!  You have until Saturday, May 2, 2015 at 9:00 p.m. EDT to leave your comments.  The Winners will be posted May 3rd, on Our Daily Bread Designs Blog, so be sure to check back there to see if you won! 

For more inspiration using the May Release you can see the other Designers projects on the ODBD Blog, or click their blog links below to see the projects they created:

Lori * Julie * Sandee * Dawn * Amy * Cathy 
America * Chris Angie Audrey * Sabrina * Grace 
Silke * Loretta * Lisa * Wanda


Thanks for stopping by!
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48 comments :

Becky said...

Both of your cards are gorgeous. Beautiful job on this new release.

Dawn said...

Stunning BW card, Lisa! And, wow....love the mixed media card!! So creative!!

wannabcre8tive said...

Both cards are really pretty, but the collage card with the bright colors really steals the show. I really like the new stamps and dies.

Amarilys said...

The black and white card is stunning Lisa! And that canvas is gorgeous! Wish I could do mixed media like that! :)

lisa808 said...

Your B&W CAS card is beautiful.

America said...

Hi Teamie. LOVE the Black and White for card its fab contrast and use of lovely layered cuts. The bright Mixed Media project is out of this world -incredibly gorgeous! WOW! So proud to be working alongside you. Thanks for the inspiration.

Lorraine said...

The black and white card is so elegant. thanks for sharing.

Leanne said...

The black & white card was WOW!

Pattie J. said...

Black and white card is lovely.

Sabrina said...

The canvas looks amazing with all that rich colour contrasting with the black butterflies and bling. I'm betting the gold embossing must look fabulous in real life. The black and white card is so elegant looking.

Angella D. Crockett said...

Love the variety!! Gorgeous clean design on the card and the mixed media canvas is so awesome!!! HUGS!!

flowergirl said...

love the BW one ..so elegant!!

Chris Olsen, Glowbug said...

Beautiful cards, Lisa!! I just love the black and white classic and clean design on the first and the bright and cheery colors of your mixed media design of the second! Gorgeous!
hugs,
Chris

Grace said...

Beautiful samples Lisa! I absolutely love your black and white one... it totally pops and the die cuts really are perfect! The mixed media card is so full of texture and sheen, and eye popping color! Just beautiful!
hugs,
Grace

Grace said...

Beautiful samples Lisa! I absolutely love your black and white one... it totally pops and the die cuts really are perfect! The mixed media card is so full of texture and sheen, and eye popping color! Just beautiful!
hugs,
Grace

Jo4Him said...

Great job; love both cards. Thanks for sharing

Heidi Stamps said...

Two very different looks, so cool!

Berina RGA said...

awesome creations!! the mixed media canvas is very nice.. the card is totally awesome!

Becky said...

Well, the black and white card has won me over....I'm a sucker for that color combination.

Sheila said...

You're very versatile as evidenced by your two different cards..the black and white...fantastic. The card with all of the colors...eye catching. You're very talented!!

Saints Rule! said...

Love the black and white card Lisa! And you definitely are the queen of mixed media! I love your style!

Audrey Ann said...

Wow Lisa - your first card may be CAS but wow is it stunning. I love the contrasting shapes and all the texture in the white flower elements. But it's the matting that really makes this so stunning to me. Your second card in contrast is OVERTHETOP amazing. I love all the colors and textures, I had to look and look to see all the wonderful details like the prayer, and the lacey square. The chevron pattern is fun too! This card is so creative and unique - and I love it!!!
Hugs and Blessings,
Audrey

Tricia Ann said...

Ooooo, I love your bright butterfly canvas on display at ODBD blog. It is "my cup of tea." Your black, white and cream canvas is appealing, as well.

Roseanna C said...

love your mixed media canvas, it is so striking, love the colors and the embossing.

Heather said...

Beautiful!! Fabulous techniques you used on both and those butterflies are all so gorgeous.

Sandee Shanabrough said...

Beautiful cards Lisa!

Kathy Krug said...

Beautiful black and white design and love your canvas.

Linda Carson said...

Black/white is always a beautiful choice! Your colorful mixed media canvass is awesome-ness....!! Love em both!

Diane said...

Hi Lisa, Very creative. My favorite is your bright canvas. Love all the different textures, the stenciling, the punch detail and the rhinestone swirls. Beautiful!

Wanda Cullen said...

Both are so striking and I always love seeing your mixed media take with the ODBD products!

Theresa said...

Both cards are very creative. The black and white card is very striking and so dramatic.

merrymstamper said...

Your cards is beautiful. I love the layered butterfly. The mixed media canvas is gorgeous! I love the bright cheerful colours.

Dorothy S said...

Beautiful! The cards are so different, yet each is absolutely gorgeous. Thank you for sharing your talent.

Sue D said...

Wonderful b&w card and colorful canvas.

Tammy Pope said...

Your card is gorgeous! I like how you used the dies in an unusual and creative way! I need to think outside the box more and this inspires me. I have not done any mixed media, but your canvas is so colorful and the quote is great.

Laurie B. said...

Beautiful cards, nice to see different styles

Cathymac said...

WOW, Lisa...both mixed media cards are masterpieces! Love the layered butterfly on the first and of course the texture is wonderful! The detail on the second is incredible! Both cards are so different yet both beautiful! Hugs, my friend!

Jean Bullock said...

Well done on both projects. I especially enjoyed the CAS card. Well done.

Regena said...

love ur CAS card>>so elegant!!

Silke Ledlow said...

Lisa, your black and white card is just beautiful! Love the mixed media card too...very cool! Hugs ~S~

E. Marie said...

I love that you created two cards that were so totally opposite but both are so gorgeous. Wonderful use of these new releases.

Loretta Lock said...

Wow!! What a huge difference between your projects!! They are both stunning!

Kelley Holland said...

Wow, Lisa, from the first white card, with the cool stenciling paste, to the 2nd gorgeous mixed media, they are both stunning!! Love the 2nd since its so bright and pink!

Sabrina Jackson said...

WOW, Lisa, love, love, love that black and white beauty, so elegant and beautiful! Your mixed media canvas is amazing, you just do the mixed media so well! Hugs and blessings, Sabrina

Clare said...

Your black and white card is very striking! I like how you cut up the seed packet, and pieced it together on your mixed media card! Great work!

Graciellie Design said...

Love the elegance of the first card and the mixed media feel of the second one. Both are so pretty and elegant. Hugs, Gracie.

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

These are super projects, Lisa! Love the layout and bg on your butterfly card. Simple & striking! Your mixed media is so bright & colorful. Love all the areas of interest.

Kripa Koushik said...

Both the card and canvas are very pretty. I never imagined a b n w card cud b so stunning. Thank you for joining us at MMCC.

 
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