It's here! All of the new products from Taylored Expressions
are available! Also be sure to head over to the Taylored Expressions blog
for a few more sneak peeks and, if you've been leaving comments, see if you are a winner of the giveaways.
I have two more peeks for you using the new Fringe Border
die. I couldn't decide how to use it so I went two different directions. My first card uses it like a neatly mown lawn. (I actually started out in green so it was quite clear it was a lawn - but the further that I got with the card, the more I wanted to keep it ivory except for the bunny and the egg.) The egg is from the new Easter Wishes
set cut with the Egg Stacklets
. I embossed it with white and then used Zig Clean Color Brush Markers. The chocolate bunny is new too - he's the Little Bits - Chocolate Bunny
The fringe is actually two-sided. I cut each piece in half to create the grass. It would be fun to keep it together - across the bottom or side of a card with a ribbon - double fringe!! (If you've been watching the other designers, you've already seen the carrot shaped gift package with the fringe border as greenery - fabulous! If you missed it - check out Kendra's Card Company.)
My second card uses fringe as ... fringe!! I was thinking of my niece's upcoming 11th birthday. My card for her has to be pink and girly. Last month, Taylored Expressions came out with a stitched, scalloped edge die which I thought would contrast nicely with the fringe. I grabbed a fun sentiment from And Many More to top it off.
In this case, I folded the fringe in half, slightly off-center so the bottom layer showed up a little bit below the top layer.
I hope I've enabled you appropriately!! Have fun shopping!
Since I was watercoloring the egg, I used watercolor paper throughout so that it all matched. The embossing powder is Wow Calypso.
I love that Easter card! The sentiment looks so nice and sparkley and the water coloring looks great!ReplyDelete
I love how you used the fringe border on both cards, Kim, and your watercolored egg is sooo beautiful!!!ReplyDelete
Love how you used the fringe die! You egg is so pretty!ReplyDelete
Wonderful cards Kim, love the pretty egg on your first one!ReplyDelete
Beautiful cards, Kim! I love how you used the fringe in different ways - the white on white is stunning and the paired with the scallop is so sweet and girly!ReplyDelete
Two fabulous showcases of the fringe, Kim. The water-coloured egg is especially lovely. Your niece will love her fringe-as-fringe card; girly-girl in every way!ReplyDelete