Friday, August 5, 2011

Flashback Friday Favorites - Ask, Seek, Knock

Happy Friday, everyone!! Every other week, we like to give some love to our "previously released" sets, to show the versatility of ODBD's stamp line and how the "older" sets never go out of style! This week's Flashback Friday Favorite is........"Ask, Seek, Knock"! I don't know about you, but this is one of my "go-to" sets for masculine cards or to encourage anyone who is looking for a new door of opportunity to open, whether it be for a new job, a new home, or any major decision in life. All three scripture verses in this set are so powerful and full of wisdom, plus the door image is so vintage and beautiful!

Please enjoy the following samples which showcase the "Ask, Seek, Knock" set. There is one definite trait about ODBD stamps which can't be denied......there are MANY different looks to be achieved with one stamp set!

Wow, so many different styles and techniques! If you would like to see more samples with "Ask, Seek, Knock" or any other set by Our Daily Bread designs, please visit the ODBD Card Gallery.

Thanks for stopping by! Stay tuned for another fun Shining The Light Challenge bright and early Saturday morning. Plus don't forget about Betty's Stamping In Time bi-weekly challenge and the monthly Let Your Light Shine Scrapbook Challenge. We would love for you to join you can't win if you don't play! :)

Have a very blessed weekend! See you next time!

Blog Writer


Papercrafting Princess said...

What beautiful work and variations!!

Evette K. said...

Oh it is so great to see older sets. Is this one still available to purchase? Please include more of these as it helps to inspire all of us to use what we have in our stashes. Love all the different uses of these u have show cased some great artists!!!!! ekc

Beth Norman said...

Wow, great work ladies.

Becky said...

I love seeing older sets displayed, You should have challenges using older sets. :)

Lori said...

Beautiful, many styles, I agree! Thanks

Grace said...

This is a beautiful post Angie! This was one of my first sets as GDT and I was scared to death! I do love this set and as you know pull it out every now and then to use again! What a great selection of different styles and ideas! Thanks for all your hard work!