Taylored Expressions February Sneak Peeks Day 2

Hello! Welcome to Day 2 of Taylored Expressions February Sneak Peeks! All new products will be released on Thursday, February 5 @ 7 AM PST.

My first card uses a couple of new dies. The first is the Stained Glass Cross Cutting Plate, which I've trimmed a bit for this card and matted on gold cardstock. I added vellum between the cutting plate layer and the light blue (Sprinkles) cardstock. This plate is really versatile as it can be used on its own or with At the Cross 2 (which is what I've used to cut the gold cross here). The sentiment is from the previously released stamp set, He is Risen.



Here's a detail shot:


My next card uses Embrace Beauty 2. There are 3 dies in this set, and I've used the poppies here. The background is the new Leafy Vine embossing folder.


For my sentiment, I've combined Pockets & Pages - InstaFun with a die cut from Pockets & Pages - February Script. Here's a detail shot:


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.


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Easter Blessings card | Supplies:


Stamps: He is Risen (TE)
Paper: Premium Cardstock: Sprinkles, Sugar Cube (TE); Gold cardstock, Vellum
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black (Tsukineko)
Accessories: Taylored Dies: At the Cross 2Stained Glass Cross Cutting Plate (TE); Latte pearl (Kaisercraft), Foam tape, Thread, Sewing machine.

#love always card | Supplies:


Stamps: Pockets & Pages {InstaFun} Petite Stamp & Die Combo (TE)
Paper: Premium Cardstock: Cherry Pop, Oreo, Sugar Cube (TE)
Ink: Memento Lady Bug (Tsukineko)
Accessories: Taylored Dies: Beauty Lies Within 2, Pockets & Pages - February Script, Leafy Vine Embossing Folder (TE); Foam tape, Thread, Sewing machine.

2 comments:

  1. So pretty - I love the texture you added to your cards with the background for the cross and the stitching on your Valentine's Day card. Great color combnations as well!

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  2. I love your stained glass card, Steph! I think Sprinkles is my new favorite card stock and I love how you used it for your background.

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