ODBD May New Release Blog Hop & Giveaway

Hello everyone……May is here! This coming May 5th is the National Teacher Appreciation Day. Teacher is a special calling. They give their time to teach, tutor and help our children to grow. My daughters are blessed with amazing teachers at school and church. We are so thankful for teachers!

Today, Our Daily Bread New Release Blog Hop theme is Teacher Appreciation. I created a side step card with the new release stamps and dies: Class Act stamp set, Notebook Paper Stamp/Die Duos, A+ Apple DiesClipboard Set Dies, and Side Step Card Die.

I watercolored the stacked book with apple image, glue bottle and also the pencils using watercolor pencils and watercolor brush small round. I had so much fun putting this set card together. The die cuts are great for this month theme and for more school/education theme projects, as well.

Here are some close ups:

My second card is an appreciation card for school bus driver. I am so very thankful for our school bus driver, especially they did drive extra miles to pick up and drop off my daughter because of the new highway construction!

On this second card I use the new School Bus Driver stamp set, Lattice Background Die, Pennant Flag DiesPierced Rectangles Dies. I colored the image with watercolor pencils as well.

Here are some close ups:

For more information on the May New Release products, money saving bundles, and to see more inspirations from the team, please visit ODBD Blog today!

***GIVEAWAY***

Celebrating this new release, Our Daily Bread Designs offers a fabulous giveaway! Three randomly selected winners will each receive a $25 Gift Code to the ODBD Website just for commenting on the Design Team cards! You have until May 2, 2017 at 9:00 p.m. EDT to leave your comments on the Designers Blogs for a chance to win! The Winners will be posted on the ODBD Blog on May 3rd so be sure to check back there to see if you won!

Here are the Design Team:

Cathy * Kathy * Dawn *Sandee * Angie * Julie * Lisa

Chris * Diana * Robin * Sabrina * Helen * Lori

THANK YOU so much for stopping by my blog and hoe you all will have a fabulous blessed day!


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Have a fabulous day,
Helen

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60 thoughts on “ODBD May New Release Blog Hop & Giveaway

  1. These are really nice. I can never get watercolor pencils to smooth out like this. Beautiful coloring job! The side step card is so cute with all the tools tucked inside. TFS!

  2. What a fun teacher appreciation card, Helen! Love the side step fold with all of the teacher tools…this card will surely be treasured by any teacher who receives it! Love the use of the lattice background die with the vibrant red, yellow, and white colors on your bus driver card! Looks like you had fun putting these fabulous projects together using the new products, my friend! Hugs!

  3. Love your wonderful cards, they are so bright and cheerful! Thanks for sharing. This is a great release.

  4. Hi Helen! Wow! Your cards are so wonderful! I love the side step card with all the elements but still clean! And I love how you did the sentiments on the pennants on the bus driver card! Smart!

  5. Your clipboard card is amazing. Love the dies and stamps you put together. Fantastic bus card, too. Great sentiment choice.

  6. Love all the details and I really love the clipboard on the card and that school bus. Very beautiful work.

  7. All your creations are beautiful, Helen!! I so love your colors against the white, your coloring and the added details in the background. Very inspirational and beautiful!! Great use of the new sets!
    hugs,
    Chris

  8. I really like the samples you have created. I enjoy getting inspiration from others. The colors are great!

    Thank you.

  9. Helen,
    These are sooo sweet! Lovely ideas for students and parents to give their teachers/aides. I really enjoyed the little cards and thoughtful gifts my crosswalk students and parents/Severe Handicapped students/parents gave me over the 14 years I was a Special Ed aide. Love those kids ~ all the kids I ever had the pleasure to know.

    Happy scrapping,
    Barb 🙂

  10. Such sweet cards, Helen! Not only related to the crafting area, but most of all because you celebrate and appreciate the good people in your life… that’s what we all should do. And I appreciate you also because of that!
    Big hugs,
    Cris