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Friday, October 19, 2018
Hello Friends!  I hope this post finds you all well.  It is hard to believe how fast the time is flying by.  It is already more than 1/2 way through October.  Today, the ODBD Bread Basket are sharing a look back at the stamps previously released at the beginning of this month.  The team has lots of inspiration to share.  You can see there creations here.

Here is my creation using the Bethlehem Dies, Curvy Slopes Dies, Holy Night Dies (star), Pierced Rectangles dies, and the Christian Faith Paper Collection.

Our Daily Bread Designs, Bethlehem Dies, Curvy Slopes Dies, Holy Night Dies (star), Pierced Rectangles dies, and the Christian Faith Paper Collection

It was so fun to create a scene card with all the dies!!  The hills are created with Kraft card stock and the Curvy Slopes Dies as well as the hills in the Bethlehem Dies Collection.  The sky is created with a sheet from the Christian Faith Paper Collection.  The star, from the Holy Night Dies, was die cut from Glitter Cardstock.

I hope you enjoyed my creation.  Thanks so much for stopping by.

blessings,
Chris

1 comments:

Sabrina said...

Chris, what a really beautiful card, I love it.

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