In Stamping Mode

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Taylored Expressions Sneak Peek - Friendship Blooms


Greetings everyone! Can you believe that the first of December is already here?! Why does it feel like the last couple months of the year just feel like everything is in fast forward?? What a complete rush! It honestly seems like just last week we were doing sneaks for the November release, but I'm back here for a week of December sneaks now!

I am soooo excited to share with you a beautiful all-occasion set, designed for the Whimsical Wishes line by Ms. Nancy McKinney!! You are definitely going to NEED this set in your stamping arsenal! And let me tell you...when you see the coordinating dies, your socks are just going to be KNOCKED OFF! I made a couple of samples for you today so we can play, "can you spot the die?" See how many you can find!

Isn't that Leafy Branch Die fantastic?! I stamped it with Olive Colorbox ink on Kiwi cardstock and easily die cut it out....such GREAT detail and I am so in love with it! And a little hint here....there is another die on this card...see those yummy large scallops? :) Notice anything else?? Maybe a little texture on the base panel?? Yep, Taylor is introducing her very first double-sided Taylored Impression Plate! I just love it!

And how about this little lovely?? A whopping FIVE dies I used on this one...can you see them all?? :) Another little hint...more flowers, more scallops!

So what do you think?! You are definitely going to want to see what the rest of the design team has to share for you....I've caught a little peak and there are some FABULOUS samples made with this set...it's so easy to do!

Come check them out with me...

See you back here tomorrow for Round 2 of Sneaks!!

In Stamping Mode Supplies
"Friends Are Flowers" Stamps: Friendship Blooms Paper: Kraft, Riding Hood Red, Kiwi Kiss, Thrift Shop by October Afternoon Ink: Olive Colorbox Chalk, Memento Tuxedo Black Accessories: Leafy Branch die, Scallop edge die, white satin ribbon, Taylor's Tiny Twinkles, Taylored Impression Plate
"Thankful for You" Stamps: Friendship Blooms Paper: Choice Buttercream, Thrift Shop by October Afternoon, Old Olive, Vellum Ink: Olive Colorbox Chalk, Berryliscious Colorbox Chalk, Tuxedo Black Memento, Distress ink Accessories: Friendship Blooms Dies, Leafy Blooms Dies, Scalloped Border Dies, Glitter, Seam Binding

14 comments:

Jodi Collins aka Kharmagirl said...

These are both MAGNIFICENT Melissa! LOVE the CAS design on the first, and the perfect shabby chic-ness of the second!!!

Melody said...

Love your cards and all the new products!

Lynn said...

Wonderful cards Melissa! The layouts and details are all so pretty! I love what you've done using the new TE products!

Regina Mangum said...

Melissa, these are so elegant and I LOVE how you added the tiny flowers the leaves...so sweet! The vellum was a stroke of genius. too! XOXO

Michelle (sf9erfan) said...

Hey girl! I really love both of these. I DO count the 5 dies! lol! Fabulous use of my favy OA papers too!! Hugs,

Heather Jensen said...

Both are wonderful Melissa. I love the flowers and the scalloped dies and impression plates look amazing. :)

Viola Mahr said...

OH! These are such pretty cards. Not quite what I expected from you, honestly, but still gorgeous! :) thank you for sharing.

hugs,
Vio

Yesenia ( yesy) said...

where do get these dies frienship leafty bloom and branch into your site and are not available

Karen Giron said...

These are gorgeous! I love the felt flowers and the embossing on the kraft - so pretty!!

Jackie Pedro said...

Such beautiful cards!!! Always love your wrinkled ribbon bows!!!

Karen Motz said...

These are both SO pretty!! LOVE the little flowers you used on the first card and the second card just screams "Melissa made me!" :-)

Rose said...

What a sweet pair of pretty cards! The ribbons and flowers are so fun!

Charmaine (CharmWarm) said...

These are just SO sweet, Melissa!

terisplace said...

Melissa,
These are gorgeous!
By the way, are you submitting to the magazines? If not, you ought to consider it. :) I know Paper Crafts would be pretty darn lucky to your work!

Teri

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