Wednesday, November 2, 2016

TE Sneak Peeks: Initially Home Decor!


Hello! It's Day 3 of Sneak Peeks from Taylored Expressions and all of the new products will be available tomorrow at 7 AM PDT!

I have several projects to share with you today using the new Initially Letter Dies! First, I created a couple of frames for my kiddos:


To add dimension, I cut the Initially Letters A and C out of Sugar Cube cs 6 times and layered them together. I then added the top layer of dp. I found a two pack of frames at a local craft store, and simply added some dp under the mat and adhered the letter on top. I took the glass out and it was a super simple project!


I used dp that coordinates with their rooms. For the A I used American Crafts Plus One and for the C I used Pebbles Warm & Cozy.


For my next project I made a fun little holiday sign. I used the Initially Letters H, O, M, E and once again cut them out several times to add dimension. The dp I used is Simple Stories DIY Christmas. I found the wood sign at a local craft store and white washed it. I added my letters and stamped a sentiment on the bottom using some Oreo Ink and a sentiment from the In & Out Christmas Stamp Set.


Finally, I made a fun little Halloween block sign using the smaller letters that come with the Initially Letter Dies. I spray painted the wood blocks black, and then added some Echo Park Apothecary dp. I cut more dp out using a Stitched Circle Stacklets Die and then added my letters. I then applied decoupage glue and it was complete! Another quick and easy project:)

Taylor is running a promotion with the Initially Monogram Dies:


Also, Taylored Expressions is celebrating Release Week with some fabulous giveaways! Visit the TE Blog to answer Taylor’s Question of the Day for a chance to win a prize from the latest release!



Thanks for stopping by! If you'd like to see more projects and new product information, please head over to the TE Blog for a complete list of our participating designers! I'll be back tomorrow for release day!

Kerri


2 comments:

Jen Shults said...

These are such fun projects. I really like the frames you made for your kids. I need to make some of these for my two kiddos but my favorite is the little BOO blocks. Such a fabulous idea!

Colleen Howell said...

I love all of these but the home is my favorite

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