Welcome to Our Daily Bread Designs Stamping In Time: It is time for ODBD Stamping In Time Challenge (SNTODBD42)! The assignment is to use Our Daily Bread Design stamps. The challenge this rotation is lace! Lace can be a lacy background, die cut, punch, lacy paper, lacy stamp, or real lace. Remember, the more you play the more you increase your chance to win! We look forward to seeing what you create using ODBD stamps!
Check out a few of the samples created by the ODB Designers! We are also welcoming Heidi Steinhebel from Happy Stamping as guest designer this challenge rotation!
Stamps Used: Full of Grace: Pray
ODBD Stamps used: Scripture Collection 6
ODBD Stamps Used: Customer Favorites Scripture Collection 2
This week's Stamping In Time Winner!
The winner for the Stamping In Time "embossed" Challenge is Gini. I am only showing you a portion of the post Gini submitted for this challenge. She created an entire gift ensemble using some of the fabulous Cheery Lynn Dies. You really must check out her blog post to see the amazing design and detail. Beautifully done, Gini!
Thanks so much to everyone who played along. Congratulations, Gini! Please email Kelley at email@example.com to claim your $15 stamp gift certificate. You can grab the winner button to sport on your blog if you like!
Thanks so much to everyone who played along! Never know, the next Stamping In Time WINNER could be you!
Now, it is your turn to play! Here are the guidelines!
- You must use ODBD Stamps! Other stamps allowed, but ODBD images need to be the focus!
- Use keyword codes SNTODBD42 and ODBD when linking to SCS or public gallery.
- Be sure to use the LINK to be eligible for the gift certificate drawing!
- If you use either your blog link or online gallery, please give a link back to this challenge page.
The challenge runs from Thursday 9 am EST (August 25th) til Wednesday (September 7th) at 6 pm EST. You have two weeks to enter. You can enter as many times as you like!
Thanks so much for stopping by! Looking forward to seeing what you create! As always, thanks so much for Stamping In Time!