Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Taylored Expressions October Sneak Peek: A Winter View and Color Block Cutting Plate

Hello!  Are you ready for day 2 of sneak peeks from Taylored Expressions?  All of the new products will be available tomorrow~yay!

I have a couple more projects to share today.  The first one uses one of the images from the new set A Winter View:

I decided to make a tag using the TE Tag Stacklets 1 Dies, and I used the Gothic Window Die to frame the image.  I added some colored dp to make it look like stained glass.  The image from A Winter View was stamped with VersaMark onto some Kraft cs and heat embossed with white embossing powder.  I sponged the tag with Ranger Antique Linen Distress Ink and added a pretty border using the Lace Chain Border Die.  The dp I used is Basic Grey 25th and Pine.

Such a sweet image and I just love the sentiment!  Here are the supplies I used for my gift tag:

For my next project I two fabulous new dies~the Color Block Cutting Plate and the Oh Christmas Tree Dies!

There are sooooo many things you can do with the Color Block Cutting Plate!  It comes with several layering dies and I can't wait to play with it some more!  Today I decided to create little frames so this fun dp from the 'Tis the Season Project Pantry Kit could show through.  I then added this amazing tree using the Oh Christmas Tree Dies~love it!!!  To finish it off, I added a little tag that I cut with the Designer Mini Tags and stamped a sentiment from A Winter View.

Here are my supplies for this card:

Make sure you check out the rest of the Baker's Dozen Blogs for more amazing projects today! Thanks for stopping by!

Carole Burrage
Charmaine Ikach
Jen Shults
Joan Ervin
Kerri Michaud
Pattie Goldman
Sankari Wegman
Shannon White
Shelly Mercado
Stephanie Kraft
Tammie Edgerton
Taylor VanBruggen
Wanda Guess



Jami said...

I love so many things about that tag - the stained glass look, the white embossed on pretty! And now I'm thinking of so many window tag possibilities! Your color block card is adorable - so clever the way you used the dies to create the little scallop windows - something I hadn't thought of!

Anonymous said...

Gorgeous cards, Kerri !!!
They are both fab, but my crafty wallet is crying out for the color block cutting plate !!!! What options!!!
Love love love it !!!
:)) :))

Ps -- thx so much for the comment on my SCS card. Xo

Queen Mary said...

Kerri, I love the patterned background paper with the solid swirls on your tree, I would not thought of that and I like it! thanks for sharing your idea!

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