Friday, December 26, 2014
Hi there! I have a card to share today that was inspired by something I saw on Pinterest! I used the Love You More with Coordinating Die set along with the Potty People Border from Taylored Expressions. My card was inspired by this lovely card by Michelle Woerner. I LOVE how Michelle used blocks for the background on a clean & simple card.
Build a Tag 1 from Taylored Expressions. I die cut some Cherry Pop, Strawberry Milkshake cardstock and a patterned paper from the Formula For Love Paper Pack. The Potty People Border was die cut out of Oreo cardstock. As a finishing touch, I added some lines with a marker and a ruler along the edges of the card.
I hope you were inspired today! Thank you so much for stopping by and have wonderful day!
Thursday, December 18, 2014
Hi there! Today I have a fun card to share with you using the Jumbo Heart Border Die from Taylored Expressions! I die cut the border four times out of Toffee cardstock and four times out of Cherry Pop. I adhered the border onto Toffee cardstock and then filled in the heart spaces with the red hearts. I colored the circles in with a white gel pen.
The sentiment is uses the Love You More With Coordinating Die set as well as the Mini Caps Alpha & #s. I love the way the border looks on the same colored cardstock. I think it gives a neat texture to the card!
I hope you've been inspired today! Thanks for stopping by and have a wonderful day!
Thursday, December 11, 2014
I hope you've enjoyed all of the sneak peeks this week! Now the wait is over! Everything you've seen this week is NOW AVAILABLE in the TE Store!! I do have one more project to share with you. It uses the NEW Valentine Grumplings set.
If you remember the Party Grumplings set and love it, you will definitely love this set! The grumpy little animals are just adorable! There is also a coordinating die set called Valentine Grumplings. For my card, I used the Formula For Love 6x6 Paper Pack and some Cherry Pop cardstock. The Cherry Pop cardstock is embossed using the NEW Twirls & Swirls Embossing Folder.
Thanks for stopping by all week! I hope you've been inspired! Have a wonderful day and HAPPY SHOPPING!!
Wednesday, December 10, 2014
I hope you've been enjoying the sneak peeks so far! Welcome back for Day 3! I have two more projects to share with you today! The first uses the NEW You've Been Framed Valentine Dies.
This adorable die set was created to be used with the Test Tube Caddy, but I've used the die on a card. I die cut the same image out Poppy Seed, Lollipop, Strawberry Milkshake and Cherry Pop cardstocks. I stamped a sentiment from Little Bits of Love set and added some Formula For Love Matched Sequins!
The second project I have to share today uses the NEW Perfect Pairs Milk & Cookies. How adorable is this set? I stamped and colored the images with Copic markers.
The sentiment was stamped and embossed in white on Oreo cardstock. I also used Cherry Pop cardstock and some patterned paper from the Formula For Love 6x6 Paper Pack. The heart are from the NEW Hearts A Flutter Cutting Plate.
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Tuesday, December 9, 2014
Welcome back for Day 2 of sneak peeks at Taylored Expressions! I have two projects to share with you today! The first uses the NEW Love Is the Solution set. Love Is the Solution is an adorable LOVE set that plays on the "potion" or "chemistry" theme. It has a coordinating die set (sold separately) called Love Is the Solution. You can perfectly die cut those beakers!
On this card, I used Peapod and Lemon Meringue cardstock along with the Formula For Love 6x6 Paper Pack. The Peapod cardstock was embossed using the NEW Diagonal Stripe Embossing Folder.
My second project for today uses the NEW Much Love set. Much Love coordinates with previously released Sunshiny Day set. Both are such cute sets with fun trees! I thought the images of the tree and bench would work well in "postage stamp" form. I used the NEW Postage Stamp Stacklets on this card.
After I stamped and colored the images, I covered them with Glossy Accents and let them dry. After dry, I was able to sponge the "sky" and "grass" without the images being touched because the Glossy Accents creates a resist effect.