Thursday, November 3, 2016

TE Release Day: Be Still

It's here!! All of the new products from Taylored Expressions are now available! Also be sure to head over to the Taylored Expressions blog for a few more sneak peeks and, if you've been playing along, see if you are a winner of the giveaways.

I have one more peek for you - then it's time to go shopping.

I was a fan of Taylored Expressions long before I had the honor of serving on their design team - with one major reason being their Christian stamps.  There's a new set with this release called Be Still. There are twelve Bible verses in this set (which I might point is exactly the right number to use with any of the new calendar products and, although I didn't use it on my sneak peeks, they pair beautifully with another new stamp set called Flowers for a Year.)  I used the sentiments on cards and I did two examples because I couldn't decide which way to go.

On the first card, I simply framed the sentiment with the Garden Party embossing folder and an embossed frame die. Then just a few Fresh Florals.

TE Be Still

Keep scrolling, there's another card after the supply list.


The twelve Bible verses in Be Still cover a wide variety of card needs.  Here's an entirely different card - a big sunshine panel, a tag, and a simple sentiment.  I LOVE the font on this one.

TE Be Still

Here's the supply list.

I hope you have enjoyed the sneak peeks!  Have fun shopping.



Happy Dance said...

I do love good Christian verses. Your first card is beautiful all dressed in white and with a sweet pop of color. The embossing folder is just the right touch, and the frame is fabulous (more shopping for What a good reminder with your second card to do exactly that in the morning; "rise up and pray." Beautiful colors and wonderful die cuts. Great cards, Kim. I like them very much. Bev

Debbie said...

I just discovered you blog as I was searching for Taylored Expressions joyful wreath ideas. Your cards are great, such inspiration!

Lisa said...

These are both so pretty Kim! I'm especially fond of the first one, beautifully done!!

Leigh Penner said...

I love both of these!