Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Customer Card of the Day - Marsha Drain!

If you are looking for the November New Release Blog Hop, please scroll down one post, or click HERE for the details.

Hello, everyone! It's Wednesday again....you know what that means! It's time to reveal the next Our Daily Bread designs' Customer Card of the Day! This week's gorgeous card belongs to the sweet and talented Marsha Drain! Way to go, Marsha! Marsha plays in our challenges regularly at ODBD and we greatly appreciate her loyalty, plus we thoroughly enjoy the eye candy she presents each and every time!

I fell in love with this card the moment I saw it! I love the feminine details....the floral pattern, the lace, and the pearls are a beautiful back-drop for the Sweet William layered blossom, which was cut out using the Spellbinders Blossom 3 Dies! I love the designer paper background used for the sentiment, also from the Sweet William (small) set. This card is pure elegance and pure gorgeous-ness!



Marsha has such a wide range of styles and designs in both her Splitcoast gallery, Marsha Drain, and on her blog, Gramma's Room! You'll have to take a stroll over to "Marsha land"......it's a beautiful place to visit!!! Leave some love while you're there...she would love to hear from you!

Stay tuned for tomorrow's announcement of the November New Release Blog Hop winners, plus a brand new Stamping In Time: On Assignment Challenge with Betty.....you are going to LOVE this one!!!

God Bless!


Blog Writer

4 comments:

Marsha said...

What a nice surprise to see my card featured. Thank you. It was a fun card to make. I hope it will bring some joy to the recipient.

Traci S. said...

What a gorgeous card! I really love the dp and the lace. Of course, that giant flower is wonderful! And, the small word of Hope...is the most important part of all! Thanks for sharing!

He IS Able!
Traci S.

Grace said...

Congratulations Marsha! This card is absolutely gorgeous!!!! I love the floral dp carried out in the leaves and sentiment panel! Just beautiful!

Dawn said...

ooh, a beauty, Marsha!