May 6, 2010

Taylored Expressions Sneak Peek Day 2

Good morning!  It's another fantastic day of Taylored Expressions sneak peeks for tomorrow's big release and the Baker's Dozen has more fresh from the oven ideas for you.   Today we're featuring 2 more sets - the first one I'll show you is Cuppie in the Kitchen. 

This cute little Cuppie set features our favorite Cuppie whipping up all sorts of delicious treats and fun sentiments to match.  TE is also release a coordinating kit to this set called In the Kitchen Project Pantry which includes:
  • 12 sheets of cardstock (10 colored, 2 Choice neutral)
  • 20 sheets of 6x6 double-sided patterned paper from the My Mind's Eye So Sophie Clever Collection
  • 5 yards of ribbon (1 yard each of 5 different styles)
  • Assorted coordinating buttons
  • Red Glitter Candy Dots
  • 1 bottle Lime Stickles
  • 1 bottle Mint Liquid Pearls
  • 3 Mini Kraft Bakery Bags
I started off with this week's CPS sketch, which Taylored Expressions is sponsoring (you can win a free set!) and supplies from the In the Kitchen Project Pantry set.  The image is stamped in Memento Rich Cocoa ink and colored in with Copic markers as well as paper pieced with patterned paper from the kit. You are going to LOVE this set - it's perfect for recipe cards, girlfriend cards, fun baking packaging, you name it!

Next up is Hangin' Out, which was a concept from our very own amazingly talented Sankari and illustrated by Nancy McKinney!  This whimsical set has a wide range of images that are sure to fit every occasion!

I wanted to use the little baby images that are designed to hang on a clothesline - so fun!  All the ribbon and paper is from the Garden Party Project Pantry kit - love this paper!  The images are colored with Copics and popped up on dimensionals over the clothesline.

Be sure to stop by the rest of the Baker's Dozen for more amazing projects featuring Hangin' Out and Cuppie in the Kitchen - you won't be disappointed!
    Thanks for stopping by!


    1. Sooo cute, Karen! I love how you created your own clothesline with the twine and brads! So clever!

    2. These are both so fresh and fabulous!!

    3. Love both of your cards! You really worked magic with that sketch on the first one and I never would have thought of using the Garden Party kit for a baby card...again ...magic!

    4. I love your peach and blue combination on the baby card.

    5. Oh I just love these Karen! Another peeson on the same wavelength as men with the bat card! Oh, and I jus love how you put the rhinestones in the circles of the patterned paper. Too cute!

    6. So much cuteness packed into two cards! LOVE that clothesline! And that quote is my sentiments exactly! :)

    7. These are GORGEOUSNESS girlie! LOVE the layouts and your stunning coloring! LOVE the brads on the clothesline!!

    8. I LOVE that baby card! too cute!

    9. awwwwwwww KG you are so crafty fresh with your creations!!! I LOVE the sweet clothesline that you created and those colors are awesome!! The little brads are perfect to hold the clothesline together! Awesome awesome!!! and your sweet cuppie is colored so perfectly! I love that sentiment that you paired with it!! Beautiful!!
      big hugs!!
      S. :)

    10. Ahhhh, both of these are adorable Karen!! Sooooo sweet!!

    11. The pie card is just DELICIOUS, Karen! And that clothesline card is so, so sweet!

    12. Adorable use of the clothes line and such a YUMMY Cuppie card!