Monday, October 10, 2011

Product Review - All Christmas Sets!

Happy Monday, everyone! Hope that your weekend was blessed!

This week's Product Review will be a mixture of new and old, and may remind you of our Flashback Friday Favorites posts, which review the older sets. During our October New Release Blog Hop, the question was asked, "What images or scripture would you like to see in upcoming ODBD Christmas sets?" Many of your requests and suggestions are already in ODBD's stamp line, so we would like to review all of the Christmas stamps for you today, along with a sample of each.

Please feel free to click on each photo for a larger view or click on each link to see that set in the ODBD store.

The next three sets are "Tag Sets", which can be cut out with the custom "Tag Die":

The following are background stamps, perfect as a focal point or a beautiful backdrop:

If you would like to see more samples with these or any other stamps by Our Daily Bread designs, please visit the ODBD Card Gallery, where the set names are listed alphabetically, or you can look up your favorite designer or member there as well.

Now, are you ready to start on those Christmas cards? We have some great news for you! All Christmas sets are on sale this week, until Saturday, October 15 at midnight EDT. Purchase 1-3 sets and receive 10% off....purchase 4 or more at 15% off. Add the words "PR Bundle" to the comment area during check out and the discounted amount will be credited against your invoice. Please note that some of the sets are already "bundled", so an additional discount would not apply to order to receive the "PR Bundle" pricing, add each set to the cart separately. Pssst....while you are shopping, don't forget to check out the ODBD custom dies which match some of our images!

Happy shopping and well wishes to you! Can't wait to see those holiday projects!!!

Have a very blessed week!!

Product Review Writer


Karen W said...

Wow this is a fabulous reminder and the cards are fantastic. Thanks so much for this, it will make me get these sets back out and play.

Karen W said...

This has been so much fun, I just added some more Christmas cards to my blog and SCS. Thanks for all the inspiration!! Got me going.

Traci S. said...

Woohoo! This is wonderful! Thank you for showing us all of the wonderful Christmas stamp sets...and Kelley, thank you so much for the sale!

And, those cards are so fitting to honor our Prince of Peace, our Joy to the World, our Lord and Savior. Thank you so much.

He IS Able!
Traci Starkweather

Grace said...

GREAT product review Angie! The list of great ODBD Christmas sets is long and every one is gorgeous so what a great time to spotlight them AND with a BIG SALE! Woohoo!!!

Laurie said...

Oh, these sets/samples are really great! I wish I had tons of time & unlimited resources so I could use everyone of them.

Thank you for making a product that we can use to bless others & honor the Lord.

Lynn Rick said...

The new ODBD archive link is a heavenly resource! You made it so easy to learn a new technique or refresh a forgotten one. Perhaps you could ask your designers for ideas on envelope art to go with the fabulous cards. I constantly use your card gallery for inspiration to go along with the fabulous stamps. THANK YOU!
Lynn Rick

Sandy O. said...

The archive is great. It reminded me of cards that I wanted to make and inspired me to try some new techniques. I'd like to see some tutorials for background techniques. I love the new door stamp but wonder how to get the red berries to show after adding green flower soft.

Anonymous said...

Hello Angie: How I love your products. I love that you "Bundle". How about bundling some of the older sets as an Oldie but Goodie set for some of us who haven't found your stuff before. Also I would love to have a set or group club that would get some products (like paper, lace, emblishments, with samples of the cards or pages or projects that the designers have made. Keep up the good work and would love to also have some of the stamps that you would stamp on back of cards or projects that say "This Card was made and prayed over just for you!" or "Made and Prayed for you by _________", etc. Syd Egan

Stamper Gail said...

Archiving is a wonderful way to make things simple for us to go back and see all the beautiful art. I don't really have any other suggestions for the tutorials because, I know you'll find a way to make everything work for those of us who visit often. Thanks for trying to make things simple for us.