Monday, August 1, 2011

August Release Blog Hop

Hello friends of ODBD! Welcome to the August release blog hop!
I hope you have had time to view the full release~ 
if not just scroll down one post!
I have to say this is one of my ALL TIME FAVORITE releases!!!  
All of us in the Bread Basket are SEW in love!!!

The Hop will run 8am EDT AUG 1 til 8pm EDT AUG 2.
The winners will be announced on the ODBD Blog on AUG 3.
There will be FIVE great prizes!
Five blessed people will win $20.00 Gift Certificates for the purchase of any stamps in the ODBD Store.  These certificates will be good for 6 months!

Here is what you have to do to be qualified to win one of these prizes:
  • Hop to each designer’s blog and leave a comment 
  • Return here to the Our Daily Bread designs blog and leave a comment telling us that you completed the hop, making note if there were any you could not comment on. 
  • Answer the question below  in your comment here on the ODBD blog
So grab a  cuppa and hop with us as we share our creations using the August Release!  Here is the order for the hop:

Julie
Dawn
Connie
Debi
Chris
Sabrina
Grace
Becca
Angie
Sandee
Marie
Lisa 
ODBD

And now.... here is the question you should answer in your comment when you complete the hop:

When I think of quilts, I get the "warm fuzzies".  Happy memories of snuggling under a quilt listening to my grandpa telling stories of the "old days" will bring a smile to my face every time I think of it!  What gives YOU the warm fuzzies?  It might be a memory, some item that means the world to you... a location...  We look forward to hearing all the happy fuzzy feelings!


129 comments:

Melody (lacyquilter) said...
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Melody (lacyquilter) said...

The design team did a fabulous job. I love all the new sewing/quilting stamps. One of the things that gives me warm fuzzies is roasting marshmallows over an open fire with friends and family.

Basslady said...

hi lovely crafters!

wow, you ladies are so smashing with your stunning creations!

beautiful, how you used the new release!

my warm fuzzies i am getting by meeting my friends, having a glass of wine and eating something yummy...
hard to beat, the mixture of food for your tummy and the food for your heart and soul! ;-)

hugs and kisses from germany,
silvi

Lucy said...

Thanks for the great job on all the cards! I completed the hop.

Warm fuzzies? Brings back memories of tons of little pom poms in a basket. :) Knowing the love of God and being a channel of grace to others, that would be my warm fuzzy moment.

Amy said...

So, SO happy that your are releasing dies for your older stamps!!! May I suggest Flourished Christian Symbols?

I get warm fuzzies from reading aloud with my kids. Even though they can read for themselves now, they still love for me to read to them, and it makes me happy too!

Tami B. said...

The ladies did an amazing job on all their projects. Any time I think about my Grannie I get the warm fuzzies and an achy heart at the same time. I miss her so much.

Marlena M. said...

Wonderful hop..everyone went OVER AND BEYOND in creativity and gorgeousness! ;)

Warm and fuzzies...when there is peace and harmony amongst my girls. I sit back and just get a glimpse of how pleased God is, when His children work together and there isn't strife. ;) I totally get it.

Kathy said...

Once again your design team did a fabulous job! I could not leave a comment on Lisa's blog.
My warm and fuzzie is when I know I am in God's will. There is such a wonderful peace and love that penetrates you.

Kathy Serrahn said...

all designers did an awesome job on their projects.

memories of snuggling under a handmade quilt on a cold windy winter blizzard night.

I make quilts so I know the love that goes into each one.

Lori said...

Beautiful hop, I was able to visit everyone and leave comments. Getting under an afghan made by my grandma or my mom on a chilly day gives me the warm fuzzies. They both have passed on, so I feel like it's a hug from them.

Bonita said...

Super stamp sets. And great projects by everyone. I love early mornings sitting in the sun room with a cup of coffee and good book. Thanks for hop and chance to win. I think I left comments on all,not sure about Grace.

Cindy Lou said...

Wow! What a hop! Great job DT. This stamp set reminds me of what does give me the warm fuzzies is the quilting bees my grandma and mom used to have while I was a child. When they would get to the knotting process, the young girls in the family would sit under the quilt rack and wait for the needles to come through. We would pull it down and then send it back up to the person on the other side and they would knot it. Lots of fun, laughter and love.

christi said...

what an excellent group of ladies and what great tools they get to use. beautiful pieces have been made by all. i visited each one and left a comment. i can't type well so i left a few misspellings just so they could have an other "challenge". i completed the hop without tripping over a one. my warm fuzzy comes from revisiting places i went to as a child. my favorite is the lake where we spent hours and hours exploring as children.

Rosemary said...

wow... all the design team projects were sew gorgeous!! (hee hee!) one of the things that gives me the warm fuzzies is hearing my little guy say "i love you mommy!"

Karen said...

The design team did wonderful work. Hmmm-- what gives me the warm fuzzies? I love to sit on my back sun-porch in the winter, at night, when the snow is falling. I just feel so completely peaceful.

rush said...

i like to fall asleep to thunderstorms. i enjoyed the line-up. everyone did such nice work.

chaun said...

Sitting on my mom's lap, being rocked in a rocking chair.
I have a couple comments about the blog hop. One, I really dislike music on sites, and even the ODBD site subjects me to unwanted music. I just find it highly annoying. The blog I had difficulty with was Lisa's Splendiferous. I am being forced to have a Google account in order to post a comment. I prefer the way EVERY other site on this list gives me choices of how to post, and I prefer "name and URL", and then I only post by my name, or what I like to use as my name. This having to have a Google account really cramps my style. What's wrong with choices?! This is AMERICA!

Phyllis S said...

Wow! These stamps look very exciting and they would have so many uses. The design team gave us plenty of ideas to spark our own imagination. A warm fuzzy for me is a note or handstamped card from a friend.

PS - I was unable to leave a comment on the last blog - as I don't have a google account or any of the other - and I'm not sharp enough to figure it out, I guess.

Anonymous said...

I could not find a place to leave a comment on Angie's site. :O(

I get the warm fuzzies when I think of cats. My cats love quilts and love to watch me stitch.
Sallyann

Kay said...

I visited all the blogs and left comments, what fabulous projects.
I have 5 wonderful Grandbabies ages 1-19, each one of them give me warm fuzzy feelings every time I see them or think about them. I am so blessed.

Sherry Kushibab said...

Had to pour a second cup of coffee to properly enjoy all the beautiful creations of the DT's. What a lovely, down home set of stamps in this release....and fab sentiments. As for warm fuzzies - A fast ride on a horse with the wind blowing in my face, standing on the beach viewing the ocean, or sitting around the dinner table after a great meal with the family, are just a few of the things that give me warm fuzzies. Back in the late 60's early 70's I had a book called the "Warm Fuzzies" which are certainly more preferable than the "cold pricklies" - Have a great day!

Karen Wedding said...

Everybody did a great job. I had problems leaving messages at Sandee, Marie, Dawn, Chris and Sabrina's sites, but loved their creations.
My warm fuzzies are staying under the covers on a stormy day and listening to the rain come down.

♥ Marlou ♥ said...

Hi ladies, I enjoyed the hopping and admiring the wonderful creations you all made :). Well my fuzzies has to be my Wedding day, the happiest day of my life, as I married a wonderful man and both of us love The Lord thanks for sharing :) xx

connie said...

What a great blog hop! love all the new stamps. My warm and fuzzie is spending time with my grandkids.

Anonymous said...

Hi

I have completed the wonderful blog hop but could not leave a comment on Lisa blog - I don't have a google address - Loved seeing all the awesome projects and love all the new sets!! I get the warm fuzzies being with my family - anywhere, anytime - they are what it is all about
Charlene Dahlberg

Jan Marie said...

Everything was sew beautiful! Another "well done" to the Breadsticks, Kelley and crew! Gathering with a group of sisters in Christ (or my husband) and encouraging one another with His Word, sharing the amazing things He has done and praying for one another. .that is such a sweet, sweet time! May the Lord bless you all at ODBD!

Charlotte Ann said...

Just finished the hop and, as usual, the design team did an outstanding job creating such amazing projects.
Warm fuzzies? Memories of my grandmother.

madoke said...

I get the warm fuzzies thinging about listing to old radio showes with my dad. Thank you for the chance to win.

Gabriela said...

What a fun and inspirational blog hop. I thoroughly savored visiting each and every one. It's amazing to see so much talent.

Becky said...

Well I finished the hop, and what fabulous cards and projects done with this new release. I am in love with that rocking chair :).
Becca's is the only blog that you can not tell if the comment took.


My warm and fuzzies..
My great, great grandmother Priscilla, who was the first born free slave of the family use to have this rocking chair with a quilt thrown over it, and she use to sit and rock sewing squares for quilts and tell me stories about her life, she was 90 years old at the time, and I loved sitting with her, sewing and listening.

Deneen said...

I love the August release!!! Now to figure out which I want first, lol.

I completed the hop! What gives me warm fuzzies...when my kids say, "I love you." Thanks for the chance to win.

meemee48 said...

I love all the nostalgia in the cards. Had a hard time with some of the websites. Even when I selected my profile, I would come up anonymous. So I just included my e-mail.

Quilting reminds me of my Mom. She was a quilter and I have a beautiful Dutch Doll king size quilt she made.

Also I am reminded that a lot of quilts were made with pieces of fabric from family members clothing, which made them even more memorable.

jan farnworth said...

i completed the hop and i get warm fuzzies when it cold outside and i curl up with a good book and quilt in front of the fire. perfect way to beat the winter blues.

Beth Ann said...

Another great blog hop. Loved everyones different & beautiful ideas. My "warm fuzzies" are memories of my husband. They have helped in dealing with his loss. God gives us the "warm fuzzies" to remind us that He is in control & loves us.

Lynn said...

what a creative group of women - I always get inspired when I see their work. I get a warm and fuzzy feeling when I get up without an alarm clock and step out on my little balcony, smell the clean fresh air and see the snow on the mountain tops that peak through the trees in the back area of my apartment. God's blessings in one quick and beautiful moment.

Diana Nguyen said...

My first blog hop - and now I'll have to go back and look at all the back posts from many of these wonderful crafters. You are all so inpsiring!

I get the warm fuzzies when all four of my little boys cuddle around me and are just quiet and content. I love peace and quiet and I don't have much of that. :) And also egg drop soup because my mom makes the best.

I could't leave a comment on Lisa's site since I don't have a blog or a google account. Oh, well.

Luanne said...

THis could be my favorite release from ODBD ever! I love the warm wonderful sayings, and that rocker and die are wonderful! Definately on my wish list.

I think most of my warm fuzzy feelings come from Christian music. As a singer, I am totally moved by others whose heart for God shines through. (sometimes they give me goose bumps!)

Awesome release!! Hope to win.... :-)

Mary Jo Peterson said...

I love the new stamps and matching dies...the blog hop is such a great way to see it all used on such great cards/pages and 3D items. I get warm fuzzies from knowing I am surrounded by the love of God and my awesome family and friends.
I was unable to post on Lisa's blog and tried twice on Becca's...not sure why the comments wouldn't show

Charlotte Styer said...

Hugging any of my five grandchildren give me warm fuzzies and wonderful memories! : )

bethann said...

great blog hop. sitting w my cat in my lap or on my shoulders, or by my head as i sleep gives me the warm fuzzies, just so comforting to have that unconditonal love in a warm body

Charlotte Styer said...

Forgot to add to my comments that I could not leave a comment on Lisa's blog! So sorry! : )

Jeannine said...

Wow--what can I say. The design team did a wonderful job showcasing these new releases

The thing that gives me warm fuzzies is spending time with the family. It's been a difficult year not being able to have all 3 daughters here, but that will soon change--middle daughter will be coming home for a visit at Christmas all the way from Africa where she is serving in Peace Corps. She has been gone for a year and mom is needing some up close and in person hugs---love these 3 girls and can't wait to see them all together again real soon. They are my warm fuzzies.

Jacqueline Smith said...

Thanks ladies for all the lovely creations. It was beautiful.My warm fuzzies is snuggling on the couch with a handmade quilt that my mother made with my son and watching a movie with popcorn.

Kathy Robitailleo said...

Thank you all for some remarkable work! The design team is very professional and oh so creative! Seeing all this amazing work gave me the warm and fuzzies especially because it brought home to me what women are really capable of... bringing beauty into the world and into our communities. Women are capable of amazing thing alone.. and as a collective - Bravo!!!

Jan Castle said...

Wonderful cards/project - each and every one of them...was able to leave a comment on each one!
Each time I sing praises to God, I'm reminded of His gentle care for me, and it warms my heart and soul....definitely warm fuzzies feeling!
Jan Castle

Deb said...

Wonderful creations from the design team! I had a wonderful "warm fuzzy" last winter when I woke up from a short nap on the couch. The fire was going in the wood burning stove and snowflakes were gently falling outside the window.

April said...

I loved looking at all the beautiful creations on each blog. What an inspiration! My warm and fuzzie would be drinking a warm cup of hot cocoa on a winter's day. I love chocolate! Now, if I had a beautiful quilt like the ones I have seen on the hop, that would cap it off nicely!

Anonymous said...

Well...I just completed my very first blog hop, and I LOVED it! Loved the stamp sets, and all the blogs were just SO inspiring to me! Lisa's was the only blog I was unable to post a comment to, as I don't have a Google or any other account. Sorry. My warm fuzzies come from thinking back on all the many ways God has been with me through some very difficult times and cuddling in the morning with my husband of nearly 40 years. God bless each of you. Kathy M

Sherry said...

Hi I was about to visit each blog and leave a comment. one of the things that give me the warm fuzzies, lol , is getting new ODBD stamps in the mail!!!

BarbaraW said...

I have visited all the wonderful blogs and left comments. What an inspiring group of cards and projects. What gives me warm fuzzies is having my cat lay on my lap purring like I'm the most wonderful thing in the world.

Irene said...

Another great release and spectacular blog hop! I visited each of the designers and left comments. What gives me warm fuzzies? Curling up under a quilt during a rainstorm with popcorn and a good book (even better if there is a tin roof!)

stampencamper said...

I got the blog hop finished and what fun it was; such wonderful themed images, got to love all of them, such temptations again

Regina aka Mrs. Ham said...

I have completed the blog hop. The projects were just wonderful.

The memories that give me the warm and fuzzies are the times I spent with my paternal grandma in the country. I was very young, but I still remember spending time with my grandma. She didn't have running water, so she would bathe me, in the kitchen, in a round metal tub. Afterwards she would dress me, we would say our prayers (actually she would say the prayer, and I would be knelling next to her), and she would tuck me into bed. I still remember the mix matched patch quilt that was on the bed I slept in. My grandma has been with the Lord for quite some time, but I still remember the times I spent with her.

SusanHnSC said...

I finished the hop and these projects are amazing! Everyone did such a great job and there are lots of great, different ideas using the stamps and dies! Love them all. My warm fuzzies come from my grandmother's hand crocheted afghans (I have 4, don't tell my cousins, they only got one each!) and her quilts (I only have one but it's made from scraps of material she used to sew my clothes when I was a kid!) Thanks for the chance!

Peggy said...

Truly enjoyed the blog hop and seeing the new sets. I love coming home on a cold day and wrapping up in a blanket and having a cup of hot chocolate for my warm fuzzies.
God bless,
PeggyS

cdjcape521 said...

I just spent four days w/my 3 yr. granddaughter in TN~~when she snuggled up to me at night and said "I yuv you Nana" it made life all worth while! She was my warm fuzzy last week! I have completed the hop, and the projects were amazing!

Carmen said...

Don't usually participate in them, but this was a fun hop! All the projects were just amazing. As for warm fuzzy feelings...I'd have to say that I love a winter night in front of a warm fireplace - with either a book in my hand; a good old movie; friends and food; or just cuddling with my hubby!:)

wendy2512 said...

What a neat fun hop and with such neat new designs, such warmth in the pictures and sayings...
I have many fuzzy feeling things I like one of my fav. is anything with the farm where I grew up. dont live there now so dont get to see it often, so many good times there its the best place to live...its the peacefullness that gives me the best fuaaies per say I think so quiet, especaill when you live in the city, as soon as I step out of my car when we do go there i just stop for a few minutes and listen...the the birds, and other wildlife and the rest is all quiet..:0)...thaks for the great ideas and pretty designs all..:0)

Mary Ann L said...

I cannot beiev the talent everyone did a great job. The desigs were so beautiful.. I get the warm and fuzzies Having a cup of tea and reading a good mystery.

Linda said...

Thank you for a wonderful blog hop! As usual, I wasn't disappointed. I was able to check out all of the wonderful designer's ideas. I love my old oak buffet that was once my grandmothers. Every time that I get something out of it, I picture my grandmother stooping over to take out a platter or a plate for a wonderful family dinner.

wendy2512 said...

Was all great mand finished it all but did have trouble , coulndt comment on beautiful angies page...wasnt sure how to edit my previous comment so writing a new one..otherwiase a ll the rest were good

Anonymous said...

What great talent by the team on this blog hop. Driving by the house I grew up in gives me warm fuzzies. I only have great memories of family and friends while growing up there.
I am annonmouse for most of the blog hop. I could not leave a comment on Debi's and Lisa's Blogs. Dianne

Sherry said...

What a fabulous collection of ideas -- I will definitely be getting, well, probably that bundle!! Quilting has been a family heritage, and although my full-time work does not give me time to invest with this craft, it is still near & dear to my heart and all those family memories give me warm fuzzies always.
Sherry Clark

Susan said...

What a wonderful blog hop and a great new release of beautiful stamps and dies!
I would have to say one of my favourite "warm fuzzies" is having my cat snuggle up on my bed with me on a cold winter's night. He always lays a paw on me somewhere just to have that bit of contact. He is a blessing in my life for sure!

Sandydee said...

Finished the hop with no problems. All I can say is hats off to these talented ladies. I guess my warm & fuzzy moments would be remembering my dh and some of the funny things he used to do, he was also a romantic at heart, I miss that but also love remembering.

Maureen Russell said...

I have leaft comments on all blogs in the hop except two. Grace, Th-INK-ing of you, Lisa, Slendiferous Creations. Could not get comments to post. The warm fuzzy feelings remind me of my Grandmother who quilted. All her quilts were done by hand, no sewing machine work on any of them, and I am the lucky owner of two that are over 100 years old and look brand new.

Vic said...

I have completed all the blogs.
Everyone did a great job.
I get the warm fuzzies when I snuggle with my Grandchildren.

CARLA PREDIGER said...

I loved all the creations. Unhappily I was not able to post a comment at Becca's blog. The page freezes every time I try to submit my comment.
warm fuzzies.... every day, when I have my tea time with my husband I remind how lucky and blessed we are being together for 27 years..
Thanks for the hop and for the chance to win.

Clare Curcio said...

Wonderful creations by each lady! I was able to complete the hop.

I was able to get some things from the attic of my grandparents house, and I'm so glad I did! The house burned down last year! One of the items I found was a fabric bag full of large quilted squares, all hand-sewn by my grandma, but not put together. I layed them all out of my living room floor, and it will make a quilt big enough for a king-sized bed! I get warm fuzzies when I think about her. I didn't see her more than three times in my life, but I remember her.

An'Jenic Scrapbooking and Cards said...

Went thought the hope Love the stamps! I’ve posted on all but had a few problem post on Becca It ended up posting two time and I did state that it wouldn’t let me post on her blog Sorry everyone.

Okay my warm fuzzies: I remember when I was a kid my family and I lived in Ga. My mom would bake warm pecan pie. We would prepare our Thanksgiving meal the day before: pre all the seasons, mixing all the cake and pie mixes. Both of my parents worked in a restaurant. My day who’s 51 still doses is the Head Chief at the Grand Bear Gulf Course and my mom who was a Head Baker. When I’m back home in MS with my parent or make a pie or call for a recipe it make me think of these warm fuzzies

Juna Christian said...

First & foremost I would like to thank all you ladies for sharing your beautiful LO. I'm new to Scrapebooking & have alot more to learn. I am so much encourage by what I have seen. Love each & everyone of your LO.

The only one I cannot go to is Becca. I try several time, each time it freeze on me.

Warm fuzzies? Reading the bible, listening to gospel songs, praying together with the family. And knowing that I and my family is in His love. God blessed.

Anonymous said...

Love the sewing theme. I could not leave a comment on Lisa's blog.
When I read hand written notes from my Mom, I get the warm fuzzies and feel that she is watching me from above.
carol b

Little Birdie Blessings said...

I've completed the hop, what a great job you ladies have done with this new set of stamps. As one who sews, I definitely am going to have to get there.

What gives me the warm fuzzies? Nothing other than having my little grandsons curled up in my lap while I read a book to them.

Charlotte Zweigoron said...

Wasn't sure my comment went thru on Lisa's site. It showed up in Google but I didn't see it on the website. Anyway, Christmas Carols are my warm fuzzy. For some reason I always think of that mother with her tiny baby; how she must have loved and cared for him, as we all love and care for our little ones.

Mathilda M said...

The nre release this month will be one of my favorites ... I am sure. So many possibilities - the wonderful creations by all the ladies have definitely inspired me.

One of the things that gives me warm fuzzies is knowing that I am surrounded by God's love through family and friends.

Was not able to leave a comment on Lisa's blog.

Barbara said...

My warm fuzzies are my memory of wearing snuggly flannel nightgowns my mother made for me. They matched the comforter on my bed. I wore those nightgowns until they literally fell apart. Still miss them and miss my mother more.

jeaninparadise said...

I made it to everyone's blog, but I tried to post a comment twice on Becca's, but I was not successful.

The warm fuzzies - as a soon to be new grandma - babies and everything about them. Hopefully by September's blog hop I will be able to hold my little granddaughter.

Miesje said...

Warm fuzzies to me are a hug from any of our grandchildren! Great release!

Kelly Sas said...

I completed the hop. I LOVE this months collection - it has to be one of my favorites! Such amazing creative projects this hop to by the DT - truly inspirational!

Warm fuzzies: I am blessed with a good life. I have so many wonderful memories that give me the warm fuzzies. Memories of family time, travel, time with friends, working as a L&D nurse... so many memories.

Tameko said...

Another fabulous release, and amazing design team projects. I love all these fabulous designs that magnify our Lord and Savior. Being aware and thankful of the many blessings that i have, remembering times I spent with my dad who has passed on, and standing at the altar with my mom at church this past Sunday, are times that i feel warm and fuzzie! God is good all the time inspite of what it looks like.

EllenaElizabeth said...

Hi, thanks for hosting another blog hop. I took part in the last one and got to know a whole new set of beautiful bloggers and even started my own as I was inspired so much. Anyhow the things that give me the warm fuzzies are thinking of my grandmother who passed away 4 yrs ago. We had a family get-together last weekend and I could not attend due to back surgery I had recently. So I played the CD we compiled that was played at Gran's funeral, I had a litle bawl....texted some rellies at the family get together and felt like I was there sort of. The music of course was American hillbilly/bluegrass (we all live in Australia) and I had a lovely if not tinged with sadness time thinking of Gran and all the great times we spent together.
Thanks for hosting another blog hop.

craftymom205 said...

I get the warm fuzzies when I think about sitting on my grandmothers' porches swinging while it rained. Love those memories. Great hop.

craftymom205 at yahoo dot com

EllenaElizabeth said...

Oh the only blog I could not comment on was Amazing Paper Grace, I forgot to mention it on my previous comment. This was the same last blog hop. I have no way of letting her know how much I love her blog. I look at it every day and have never been able to leave a comment...would you be able to pass it on to her for me.....pretty please???
Thankyou.

peacefulgardens said...

I did all the blog but had trouble leaving a comment on Amazing Paper Grace and Splendifecous Creations.
The ideas were all beautiful and very inspiring. My warm fuzzy moment was a few years back when my Grandson and I cuddled under a warm blanket on our front porch as we listened to the thunder storm and watched the lightning shooting through the sky. I didn't want him to be afraid so we always made a game out of it and it turned out to be something that we shared together whenever there was a storm.

Penny Reed said...

I just completed the hop! What fun and beautiful designs. You have a very talented team. I get warm fuzzies (literally) from sitting in front of a crackling fire with my cat in my lap.

Melody said...

All of the lovley things that the DT created are just that....lovely!! Thanks so much for sharing them with us!!

I get the warm fuzzies whenever my husband puts his arms around me. I just love him so much!! I always feel warm and safe when we're togther!! I am so blessed that God gave him to me!!

beadz said...

I really enjoyed the whole hop - Your DT did a wonderful job.

Being around my family gives me the warm fuzzies. Tonight my 5 year old nephew "read" us his bedtime story back to us. It was so sweet and innocent - just made me smile!
hugs,
Gini

kelly said...

My favorite of the new releases is the rocking chair with the quilt draped over it. My Granny had a rocker like that and I remember her sitting in it and rocking me as a child whenever I got scared or fell and hurt myself playing with my brothers. I spent a month every summer with her in her little house and I always felt safe in her rocking chair with her
loving arms around me to make me feel loved and she passed that chair to my Mom. I miss her so much.

Thank you for the chance to maybe get some of the new releases. This rocking chair will be on my must have list.

p kelly

Queen Mary said...

I have finished the hop and have zero willpower so I've already ordered the bundle, the Labels 18 and another treat. I was able to leave comments everywhere. Warm fuzzies? Definitely the forested mountains of the Blue Ridge -- nothing says miracle of God to me more -- the diversity of creation, long walks up gentle mountains, seeing the stars -- learning which leaves are good for toilet paper and which are NOT! LOL!!

Peggie said...

This was a wonderful hop and after seeing all the love in the cards. My warm fuzzies happened this summer as I reviewed some of the scrapbooks I have helped my mom make including a lot of family history. Peggie

Judy said...

How inspiring to see so many different ways to use the new stamps and dies! Warm fuzzies are times when I get to rock and read to my precious granddaughters!

Stephanie said...

The design team did another wonderful job...as usual. You sure have a talents group of ladies!! I enjoyed stopping by each blog and leaving comments. What gives me the warm fuzzies is a hug from our toddler grandson, a purring kitty on my lap, a "thanks for listening, Mom" or a "you look pretty today, Sweetheart."

Sonia said...

I finished the blog hop and really enjoyed seeing everyone's projects. Thanks to every one for sharing with us. Once again you have developed some great stamps. It is also exciting to have so many dies available to make our projects even more fabulous! Thanks!

Cheryl B said...

I finished the blog hop. Left comments everywhere, but some let me comment through my goodle, and others I had to go anonymous for no known reason.
Warm fuzzies - drinking tea and eating graham crackers.
Takes me back to my irish grandparents house...

Cindy Murry said...

I was so impressed with all of the artists from the blog hop. They definetely sold the new sewing stamp & die set. Giving me warm fuzzies is looking at my heritage albums, my grandparents possession I have in my home, and the family bible.

Vickie Merrick said...

Finished hopping (whew!!!) and had some trouble posting on 4 or 5 blogs. Some wouldn't let me post under my Google account and so I simply posted "anonymously" but made sure to type in my name and email addy.

Fantastic creations from all of the ODBD Design Team! I so hope I'm one of the five blessed people to win a $20.00 ODBD gift certificate because I already know what I will buy with it!!!

One of the DT gals made a card that immediately gave me a super strong warm fuzzy because it reminded me of my grandmother, Luda, (my mother's mother). The colors were similar to her home decor. She taught me how to fish and was the best cook I have ever known! Such a talented, generous and loving woman.

Heather said...

I had so much fun on this hop and was happy to leave comments for all the talented ladies.

My warm fuzzie would have to be the knitted slippers my mother always gives us for Christmas. Every year, that's what we get and we look forward to seeing how she'll wrap them to try to make us think we're getting something else! The best part is that if you wear out the slippers during the year (and we all do) it only takes a phone call and a replacement set is in the mail.
Nothing beats a good book and Mom's slippers.

Sharon Peele said...

Wow, I just have to say ODBD has an awesome Design Team!! As usual they all did a wonderful job with the new sets of stamps dies!! I was very impressed by the all the projects they made!!

My mom made me an afghan for my new home. My mom die at the age of 63 from a blood clot, So every time I use my afghan I always think of the time when I was young, I would stay up late and watch the old (black and white) scary vampire movies and my mom would be asleep on the coach and I would snuggle up to her, because I was afraid. I miss her so much, I can think of so many other wonderful warm fuzzy moments with her,

Karen Linarez said...

What inspiration! ODBD has one of the best design teams. I always enjoy the blog hops! One of the things that I love the most is listening to music. So many songs or even just styles of music bring such good memories, especially since my husband & I met out dancing, and still love to dance together 26 years later.

Pati said...

What fun, creative & crafty new sets!! I enjoyed seeing the ladies' handiwork and commenting. I get warm fuzzies when I put on fluffy, soft socks and wrap up in a blanket with a good book or movie and a cup of hot cocoa!

Karen W said...

Fabulous creations on all the blogs, I left each one some love. My favorite memory of my childhood is horses, we had a matched set of palominos and a buggy, took them to all the parades etc and loved it. My grandparents spoiled us and we loved every minute of it. LOL

Teri said...

I have left a comment on each site. They were all great! Warm fuzzies: I used to stroke my daughter's hair when she would lay on my lap with a migraine (she got them often). She is 37 now with 3 kids of her own and when she visits me, she puts her head on my lap just to remember how it felt to be loved. That gives me warm fuzzies all over!

Judy Jackson said...

I left a comment on each site -- although for some reason I had to leave the comment as "Anonymous" when the comment form wouldn't take my Blogger password. These were wonderful creations to be sure. What gives me warm fuzzies is hearing my little grandchildren saying, "Gramma, I love you!" for no reason and it is just out of the blue!

Angela T said...

I "sew" loved this hop. I completed the entire hop and was able to leave a comment on each site. These ladies are "sew" inspirational with their projects. I admire your talents.
When I curl up on the couch on a cold winter night in front of the fire under a blanket with my hubby, I always feel warm and fuzzy. Thanks for a great hop.

Cheryl S. said...

The design team has done another outstanding job with these terrific sewing/quilting stamps. There is much inspiration here for all of us. One of the things that gives me "warm fuzzies" is spending time with my children and
grandchildren, especially one Christmas Eve when we all go to the Christmas Eve church service together!

C.Good said...

All the cards are fantastic and thanks for sharing with everyone.

c.Good said...

I get the warm and fuzzies when the snow is softly falling and I am sitting there watching it and drinking a nice cup of tea.

jean w. said...

I finished the blog hop and left comments on all the blogs...such wonderful inspirations on all of them! I am new to quilting, but have been a card maker for many years "sew" this is quite a wanted collection! lol...hope to win that gift certificate! Warm fuzzies come from being all together with my children and their children and our one great-grandson!

Marsha said...

Wonderful eye candy on the hop. It is funny how much grandparents play in my warm fuzzies. I think back to my grandmother's homemade cookies each time we would visit. Those are warm fuzzies. And now my new warm fuzzies come from being a grandma and rocking my little ones in the rocking chair as they fall asleep.

Jonia said...

Wow, what a wonderful hop and so many variations of ideas! Loved it. It really made me think of when I was a child and would sit and watch my grandmother quilt during the day as she would watch me. That did give me the warm fuzzies and made me miss my grandmother! Thanks for the memories!

Shabby Pati said...

Hi, I finished the hop and what a wonderful trip that was! The new stamps are wonderful. I also sew and quilt. these stamps are perfect for me!

Warm fuzzies? I get them each time I smell a fragrant rose. It just warms my heart, soothes my soul and makes me think of Heaven! I hope to tend the roses there in my little corner of Heaven. Thank you for such an uplifting website. I enjoy it almost daily.

Designing with Debbie said...

I have successfully completed the blog hop leaving a comment on each of the talented ladies blogs. Great stamp set.

My warm fuzzies is every time my kids come in bed with me and snuggle in the early mornings. I know since they are so young right now they love doing that but as they grow up they won't want to snuggle with mommie any more. These are memories I will cherish for life.

Another warm fuzzie is kind of hard to share. Right now I am watching my father die and it is the most difficult time for me right now so I am holding onto the memories of when I would climb in his lap as a little girl and tell him how much I loved him.

Betty said...

I finally got my comments to post on all these talented ladies blogs. They are truly amazing and so are the new products. There are lots of times when I feel warm fuzzies surrounding me, but one important time is when my husband and I have a quiet evening alone to just watch an old movie or sit quietly and read. We have a house full once again and those times are precious indeed.

Patricia said...

what a fabulous set of stamps and die cuts. I love these sets. Your design team did a wonderful job showing them off. Ok for the question. What makes me fuzzie is when I make something with my own hands and give it away and it makes that person happy. Just knowing that I have brought a smile to someone makes me fuzzie inside.

Lillian Child said...

Your DT projects always just blow me away with their creativity. All of the projects were so very lovely! I get my warm fuzzies from my 3 year old grandson who runs to greet me with a smile and a hug every time!

http://lillianchild.blogspot.com

Marilyn said...

Enjoyed the hop but was unable to add comments to Sandee's and the one following her. Love the stamp set. My sister is a quilter and sewer. Maybe I could make a card for her.

Warm fuzzies: communicating with my friends.

PJ said...

I really enjoyed this blog hop. The August release is fantastic and I definitely can see so many uses for them. Warm and fuzzies definitely come from my Kitties. Never liked cats, never wanted cats... until one came to me in a storm lost and wet and I never looked back. Now I have two and they are some of the best parts of my life.. warm fuzzy and they love quilts TOO!

Linda F. said...

Thank you for creating a wonderful blog hop. I left a message on each of the talented design team members sites. My favorite warm fuzzy is when my family and I are together sharing love.

Mickie said...

Beautiful work be everyone on the hop and this new set is just delightful. I get the "warm fuzzies" when I am eating chicken and dumpblngs and thinking about the way my grandmother used to make them. Mine are never as good as hers.

PINAY said...

Here I am... just finished a very fun blog hop! I already know what stamps I want :) What gives me the warm fuzzies? It's DH arms around me. Even though we're married 10 years, sometimes just looking at him gives me the fuzzies :D Thanks for a wonderful bunch of new releases and super cool blog hop!

thefrashers said...

what a fabulous blog! all of the ladies really out did themselves showing us what can be done with this wonderful set of stamps and dies.

one of my warm fuzzies is definitely thinking of my kids when they were very little and on weekend mornings they would come and get in bed with my dh and i snuggle with us.

thefrashers said...

oh, and i'm pretty sure i left a comment on becca's page but it takes a while for it to show up but just in case it didn't go, i thought i'd mention it here.

Anonymous said...

I was unable to comment on Lisa's blog because anonymous comments were not allowed. Pity, because I thought her scrapbook page was a truly lovely memento of a happy sewing weekend.

As to what generates a warm fuzzy feeling for me? An unexpected act of kindness. Jeneen

lynn said...

The design team did a wonderful job.
I get the fuzzies when my friend and I can get a little time in our busy life to make card and craft,talk and eat...

crazyoldsyd said...

Every month I think this is awesome, the best yet, but it only gets better, this is the best yet! I get warm fuzzies when I think about what sewing meant to me. I learned from my pastor's wife after my mother died at 11. God has given me so many 'other' mothers who have taught me to sew, knit and crochet. For that I am so thankful, this set really touches that part of me that God even cares about the small thing of learning to sew, and what a big thing it was in my life. I would sure love to win this set. SPECIAL FORSURE! Quilts, crafts, knitting, crochet....expensive, memories of learning it......priceless! Thanks for triggering such great memories! LOVE It

SYD EGAN
SYDEGAN@HOTMAIL.COM

Trish. said...

what gives me the warm and fuzzies? cuddling up under a lovely quilt with my hubby and spending time with my friends and especially my crafting friends.
Hugs Trish.

Anonymous said...

Stamping is a warm fuzzy! I had trouble posting a comment on Dawn and Lisa's blogs.

Scrapmaniac 247 said...

WHoppie, I was able to leave a comment on each blog and the projects were (as always) awesome. Hope I am not to late, didn't receive the email until tonight after 8pm. Saw ut was sent of received at 2.40am on the 2nd of August. Still LOVE all the blog sharing even if it is too late. Can't go to Novi or Cincinnati so I will be missing all of you!!! :(

Anonymous said...

The ladies ibcbet did an amazing job on all their projects. Any time I think about my Grannie I get the warm fuzzies ibc and an achy heart at the same time. I miss her so much.