Hello stamping friends! Today I am coming to you with a quick post and sweet little card that I have created for the "taking a look back post" for the Our Daily Bread Designs March 2016 release. March has been pretty busy for ODBD with the regular release and the Anniversary release and celebration. For my post today I have used the "Key to Happiness" stamp set and the "Keys" dies and also some other dies from previous release and the Anniversary release. For my card I was going through my stash of ODBD papers and looked for the perfect paper for this stamp and low and behold the perfect sheet was in the "Easter Card Collection 2016" pack, so here is what I came up with.
The Key To Heaven
Paper: White, Sky Blue, Certainly Celery, Lilac, True Black, DP ODBD Easter Card Collection 2016
Stamps: ODBD Key To Happiness
Inks: VersaFine Onyx Black
Accessories: ODBD Custom dies Double Stitched Squares, Squares, Filigree Frames, Keys, Vintage Labels, Pretty Posies, Leavy Edged Borders, tulle, WOC flowers, flat back pearls
Size: 4.25" x 5.5"
That's my card share for today. I hope I was able to inspire you and that you will have a look at the March 2016 release if you have not done so yet. There are really some pretty amazing stamp sets and dies. To see what some of the other Bread Sticks have come up with, please visit
I promise you, these girls have created masterpieces.
If for any reason there is a glitch in the links, please head on over to the ODBD Blog.
Thanks so very much for stopping by today! I pray that each and every one of you will have a blessed Good Friday and very Happy Easter! Let's all remember the real reason for Easter!
Hugs and blessings,
I love you layout and the use of the beautiful cross paper with your gorgeous flower!!! The colored cardstock ties everything in so well! Beautiful my dear friend!
Sabrina this is so gorgeous! I love the paper combo!
The coloring of the flower is awesome. Love the background. The entire card is so beautiful and soft looking.
Beautiful, Sabrina! Love how you used the filigree frame to 'frame' the verse!
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