September 1, 2010

Taylored Expressions Sneak Peek | Day 2

Welcome back to Day 2 of the Taylored Expressions sneak peeks!  I hope you enjoyed all the fantastic Make a Wish, Borderlicious, and Bubble Big Background eye candy yesterday - it has been so much fun working on these completely fun new sets. 

On the menu today are all of the new Belated Birthday a la Carte stamps, which were concepted by our very own Jami Sibley and illustrated by the same illustrator as the Apple Doodle Ink collection.  Each image has 2 coordinating sentiments, which is perfect for stamping the inside of your card too!  And, you can use the images for any occasion - I'm already thinking about what baby cards I can make with the Belated Birthday - Ducks In a Row!  All of these images are simply darling!


I've chosen to stamp with Belated Birthday - Shooting Stars, which is the cutest little sheep!  As soon as I saw this image, I knew I was going to cover him up in Sugar Sparkly Fluff - how fun is that? I stamped the sheep 3 different times in Memento Rich Cocoa and then cut out the body and the fluffy piece of wool on his head, then popped them each up with dimensional tape.  The sentiment fits so perfectly between Circle Nestabilities dies, so I created a little circle frame for it and added a little green striped bow to the side.  All of the ribbon and papers you see are from the Make a Wish Project Pantry Kit, which is SO cute.  The patterned papers are Imaginisce Bday Bash collection, super fun! 

The Baker's Dozen has so much more to show you and you don't want to miss any of that gorgeous eye candy out there!
Thanks so much for stopping by and I hope to see you tomorrow -
Karen


recipe -
Stamps: Belated Birthday - Shooting Stars
Paper: all from the Make a Wish Project Pantry Kit
Ink: Memento Rich Tuxedo
Accessories:  green striped ribbon (Make a Wish Project Pantry Kit), Sugar Sparkly Fluff (Our Craft Lounge), circle/oval Nestabilities (Spellbinders),  Copic markers

16 comments:

  1. Oh Karen, that fluffy sheep is to die for! I love the little window frame you made for it, too. SO SWEET! XOXO

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  2. Oooh... I love the fluffy sheep! And look at that perfect bow! That's a Bow Easy bow, huh? I still haven't mastered mine...can you come show me? :)

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  3. What a fun card! That sheep is too cute and I love the circle design! :)

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  4. Wow!!!beautiful card!!
    thanks for sharing!!
    Nati(from Brazil)
    http://natiquill.blogspot.com

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  5. I LOVE the pattern paper, and that sheep, so CUTE!

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  6. OHMYHECK! I just love that frame you created and that sparkly fluff ROCKS!!!! A-D-O-R-A-B-L-E!!!!!!!!

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  7. ACK! LOVE the fluff on this!! This is SUPER cute Karen!!! AWESOME layout and colors!

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  8. Wow,such a fun card,I love it!!! x

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  9. I love how you framed the image and all the dimension from the popped layers!!!

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  10. Oh this is so sweet! I love the fluffy sheep and his framed opening!!

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  11. That fluff is just so effective. Great card.

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  12. That fluffy on the sheep is just adorable!!

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  13. very beautiful ! your blog is a realy inspiration ! congratulations
    isabelle

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