Thursday, January 4, 2018

Throwback Thursday

This week we are sharing a new feature on our Blog called Throwback Thursday.  Twice a month we will be sharing some older ODBD products along with new inspiration from some of our design team members using the featured products.

This week we are showcasing projects using The Shepherd stamp set.  This stamp set was released in 2013, at the time of the release we did not have a die to die cut the image.  Many customers asked for a die, and we released the Little Lamb die in 2016 so that the image from the set could be easily die cut!

To use the die with the image, simply stamp the image onto your card stock.  Center the die over the stamped image, use removable tape to hold the die in place so that it doesn't shift, then die cut following the directions for your particular die cutting machine.

You can click on the images below to add the items to your shopping cart.  If you would like more details on how the designers created their cards, please click their project below or you can click their name as highlighted under their projects.

Our Daily Bread Designs Stamp Set: The Shepherd, Birthday Brights, Custom Dies: Lamb, Center Step A2 Card, Center Step A2 Layers, Happy Birthday, Fence, Grass Hill, Grass Border

Our Daily Bread Designs Stamp Set:The Shepherd, Paper Collection: Pastel, Easter Card, Custom Dies: Pierced Rectangles, Double Stitched Rectangles, Pierced Circles, Circles, Squares, Pierced Squares, Mini Tag, Fence, Grass Hill, Lamb

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1 comment:

Conniecrafter said...

So cute, great to have a refresher of past sets we have bought :)