Monday, September 29, 2008

We Three Kings sneak peek

One last sneak peek at some of the newest Our Daily Bread Designs Stamps :)! They'll all be available this Wednesday, October 1st! The set I'm using today is We Three Kings. This first card uses some of my favorite, traditional Christmas colors, Real Red & Old Olive. For some reason, the sentiment looks blurry in the photo, but is completely crisp irl...not sure what happened there, one of those digital camera mysteries...it looks great till I upload it...weird, huh?! Also used my brand spankin new Top Note Bigz Die, one of the exclusive dies made by SU for the Big Shot :) ! It makes those little perforation/paper pierced details for you...it's so easy...I love that machine!! Plus the Top Note die is a great size for an image piece (it's about 3 3/4 x 4 3/4", point to point).
Here are the Copics I used for the image. I kept the coloring fairly simple and created shading with the red and green by coloring on layers and using a Red, Gold & Clear Spica glitter pen and Sakura clear glaze pen. This card has some nice, clean simple lines, made with Night of Navy, Silver & White. I used my Scor-Pal to create dry embossing lines around the image piece and around and under the sentiment. This was my first time trying this technique with the Scor-pal and I was pleasantly surprised at how easy it was. Because of the simplicity, this is a style of card that could be mass produced for Christmas cards. I always save some of my extra special, more detailed cards for our closest friends and family, but the other 50-60 cards that get mailed out need to be much simpler...like this one!


This last card uses some non-traditional Christmas colors (Pacific Point & More Mustard)...I was experimenting a bit with color, but I think its works? I'm sure I can find someone on my Christams card list who won't mind non-traditional colors...infact, I can probably find someone who would prefer that ;)


Thanks for stopping by :) ... Hope you enjoyed the ODBD sneak peeks over the past few days. I have more to show you from Pink Poison coming up later this week, a few simple tutorials, and some fantastic GSG2 new catty swaps and fun new SU stamps too!!!
Supplies for the first card (size 5 1/2 x 5) ~ Stamps: We Three Kings Paper: Real Red, Basic Black, Old Olive, Ski Slope DP (SU holiday mini), Papertrey white Ink: Palette Noir, Copics Tools/Accessories: Big Shot, Top Note Bigz die, Sakura clear glaze pen, Spica glitter pens (red, gold & clear), dimensionals
Supplies for the second card (size 4 1/4 x 5 1/2) ~ Stamps: We Three Kings Paper: Night of Navy, non-SU reflective silver, Papertrey white Ink: Night of Navy Tools/Accessories: Scor-pal (for embossing), Dazzling diamonds glitter, Sakura Quickie glue pen, rhinestone, dimensionals
Supplies for the third card (size 4 1/4 square) ~ Stamps: We Three Kings Paper: Pacific Point, More Mustard, Papertrey white Ink: Palette Noir, Copics Tools/Accessories: Su round & square rhinestone brads, Spica clear, red & green glitter pens, Sakura clear glaze pen, dimensinoals


7 comments:

Nancy said...

These are such pretty cards. I don't have any ODBD stamps, but think these new releases are going to be my first!

Kelley Holland said...

These are all so awesome!! Such beautiful, rich colors really make them look so great!

Anonymous said...

I love your designs, but I am particularly struck with the last one with the Pacific Point and More Mustard, wow! Thanks so much for the beautiful inspiration. Elizabeth S. in mid-Michigan :)

Tiffany said...

Thank you for the sneak peeks! Your cards are amazing as always. I think the Flourished Christian Symbols is going to be a must have for me! Thanks again for sharing.

God bless!

Angel said...

You definitely have me rethinking my need for those new in colors, especially the Pacific Pint. Love your designs, nancy!

Pauline said...

I really enjoy the ODBD stamped images. You sure know how to make great cards using them. Well done. God bless you.
Hugs.

nitestamper said...

OMG, nancy !!!!!!great stamps and love the copic markers you used. lucky you for having those.tfs:)
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