Thursday, November 11, 2010




Welcome to Our Daily Bread Designs Stamping In Time: On Assignment Challenge (SNTODBD22)!  The assignment is Our Daily Bread Design stamps. Lori Ulrich is our challenge host.  Thanks so much Lori for hosting with us.  It is the time here in the states where many people are starting to break out their winter clothing and warm furnishings to prepare for cooler temperatures. Lori is challenging us to think QUILTS. You can create quilted patterns with designer paper, use actual fabrics, create dimension with puff paints,foam dots, or other medium, or even add some stitches real or faux in a variety of frames or patterns. You can also think applique. The main thing is to think QUILTS. If it is used in the designing of a quilt, it works. We looking forward to seeing what you create using Our Daily Bread Design stamps!

For my card I am using ODBD Luke 2:11 and Sing for Joy stamp sets.   I am using the colors from Color Throwdown 118.   I used the Tim Holtz flourished die cut to cut out several white flourishes.  I then adhered to the cherry cobbler cardstock to the white cardstock background and sewing machined stitched around the edge.  I ran through a Sizzix embossing folder. The idea is to give a more "quilt-like" effect since the impression would be softer with two cardstocks instead of one running through at the same time.    I stamped out my sentiment.  I used the pine needles and pinecone image image from the Sing for Joy set.  I did use a bit of green here.   I used my Spellbinder's lacey squares to cut out and decided to put it on a corner placement since I was trying for an applique center medallion type of quilt.  I added my kraft and white horizontal panel and added the black and ivory(to have more kraft) gingham ribbon to the card.  I finished with the bow, a button, and one white halfback pearl.   I chose not to add any more embellishments.  I like the country simplicity of this card.


My card is also for a few more challenges!
FairyTale Challenge:  Anything Goes!
Crafty Creations:  Buttons
Delightful Challenges:  Stitching

Crafty Cardmakers:  Stitching
Crazy 4 Challenges: Square Cards
ABC Challenge:  H is for Christmas HOLIDAY!










Check out what some of the other designers created with the "think quilt" theme!






As always, thanks so much for stopping by!



27 comments:

  1. This is lovely! Wow! The colors are superb... the texture... I could just go on and on... Thanks for showing us your take on the challenge!

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  2. Betty this is so pretty! Love the color combo and those flourishes are stunning! What a beauty and love the little pine branch/pine cone! Nice touch!
    Hugs,
    Grace

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  3. such a beautiful card, I love your colors

    thanks a lot for joining us at our very first fairytale challenge

    hugs

    Annette

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  4. Betty - This is AMAZING - love that color combo and your take on the quilt pattern. ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL. Do you ever tire of people saying that!? LOL Have a great day - and thank you for hosting the challenges!

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  5. Beautiful, very crisp and clean feeling Betty

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  6. Total gorgeousness, Betty! Love the lacy frame and that ribbon is a perfect adition!

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  7. Hello
    This is a very nice card.

    Thanks for playing with us at Fairy Tale Challenge.
    Hugs Karla

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  8. Betty, this just oozes gorgeousness!! Love the ribbons and such a great take on the color combo!!HUGS

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  9. Betty this is just so elegant. Your ribbons and bows are always the star of the show. :)

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  10. Love the image on the scalloped square, really beautiful!!

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  11. This is beautiful, Betty! I LOVE the quilted look you developed with the die cut, layering and embossing!! Thanks so much for playing along with us at the Color Throwdown!

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  12. Beautiful card, very elegant!

    Lovely to see your work at Crafty Creations Challenge! Thanks for joining us and good luck!

    Greetings, Saskia :)

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  13. You have made a very pritty card! Very beautifull image and colors. Thanks for playing with us at our very first challenge of Fairy Tale. xx Bianca

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  14. Lovely card.:)
    Thanks for you join our 1st challenge at Fairy Tale Challenge.
    ~~darling Ho~~ FTC DT

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  15. Absolutely lovely! Thanks for playing along at the Color Throwdown Challenge!

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  16. beautiful card betty-not a quilter but love the look you put out for the challenge

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  17. Thud Betty! This is absolutely gorgeous - the gingham ribbon is the perfect touch - hugs!

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  18. GORGEOUS! That cobbler red is so rich and beautiful against the white...perfect ribbon accent!

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  19. love that ribbon and all the wonderful die cuts Betty!

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  20. Beautiful card - so rich and elegant looking.
    Lynn

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  21. Oh I am totally lovin these colors! Your card is just killer with that bog ole bow on it! Well Done!

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  22. Love the bold red and white background, this is a totally fab element, and the nestie on the diagonal looks great too!

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  23. Great! Your card is fanstastic.
    Thanks for joining us at the Fairy Tale Challenge.

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  24. Beautiful card Betty! Your stitching looks fabulous!

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  25. Totally adorable!
    Thanks for playing along with us at Fairytale Challenge
    Hugs Nela

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  26. A lovely card - thank you so much for joining us on abc this week x

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  27. Love the background you have pieced together, the colour contrast is very striking.

    Thanks for joining us in our stitching challenge at Crafty Cardmakers.

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