Today is Day 2 of the January sneak peeks at Taylored Expressions
. Remember that I only get to show you a few of the sets - be sure to head to the Taylored Expressions blog
too see all of the other sets for today. All of the new products will be available on Thursday, January 8th at 7 a.m. PST
Taylored Expressions is celebrating Release Week with some fabulous giveaways! Visit the TE Blog each Sneak Peek Day this week for details on how you can enter to win.
I have linked all of the Taylored Expressions products that I have used at the bottom of this post, but the new product links will not work until release day on Thursday.
The first set to show you today is Hello Baby
. It is a petite set with coordinating dies. It's absolutely charming with a cloud and also various dashed lines that you can use to create a mobile; however, I decided to use a variety of the mini dies to create a different type of scheme. Here's my baby girl version.
The other new item on this card is the Cloudy Days Embossing Folder.
My favorite thing to create is little scenes. I love clustering a variety of stamps, embellishments, etc.
This card uses Taylored Expressions Strawberry Milkshake Cardstock. It also includes my favorite Hemptique cord which is available at the Taylored Expressions store - I used White on this card. The sequins are from my stash.
But there were more cute little dies to use, so I created a baby boy card too!
I love the little moon and I glittered it up to give it a little more interest.
The cardstock on the baby boy card is Salt Water Taffy with a little Lemon Meringue for the die cuts.
In a different direction, I get to show you the new petite set and dies Souper Spoon.
Tell me that this little face wouldn't brighten someone's day?!
On this card, I wanted to show you a new patterned paper set Rainbow Brights and a few of its coordinating Sequins (there are lots more colors in the sequins pack - you'll see more on my post tomorrow!) I used the previously released Banner Stacklets 2 die on this card with the rounded smaller die and the fun shape of the large dies. The green strip is Peapod cardstock.
That's it for Day 2! Be sure to come back for Days 3 and 4, then the full release will be on Thursday. Don't forget to head over to the Taylored Expressions blog for a complete blog roll of our participating designers!
GOT THE SNIFFLES?
Squeal!!!!! These cards are sooooo stinkin' cute, Kim!!!! Awesome work!ReplyDelete
Your cards are so classy, Kim! I love stopping by to see your work!ReplyDelete
Oh my gosh...love the baby cards...the kleenex one is my fav!ReplyDelete
Utterly sweet and versatile!ReplyDelete
The colorcombo is subtle and neutral with a touch of soft colors.
Your third card is just FAB, ha, ha, great creative thinking! :-)
Your cards are beautiful! Great spin on the welcome baby set!ReplyDelete
Your baby cards are darling, love the sparkly stars and moon! And the sniffles card is too fun!ReplyDelete
Adorable welcome baby cards, very pretty designs. Just love the little box of kleenex too, see using it a lot.ReplyDelete
I love the little baby cards...especially the blue one with the precious glittery moon and stars.ReplyDelete
Awesome cards! Love the baby cards, especially the bit of glitter, and that tissue box is soooo cute! All of these are just wonderful! BevReplyDelete
Sweet sweet cards...but your get well card is my favorite...love that adorable box of tissues.ReplyDelete
I told you .... These gorguss items straight to my wish list. Oh my!! Already I have succumbed. The baby cards are so sweet ... And the tissue one is super adorable! And ... Bad news (for me) ... I LOVE that pink card. Surely I don't need to start a new brand of cardstock? That would be the start of BIG $$$$ ... cos then I would also need the matching ink pads! Hugs xxxReplyDelete
great cards.. especeially like the baby cardsReplyDelete
These are so cute !ReplyDelete
Andrea's comments are making me laugh, because she's expressed what I'm thinking, too! Want, want and want (need that lottery)! Your cards are fabulous! And that smiling tissue box - darling!ReplyDelete