Hi friends! It’s day 1 of Taylored Expressions February release sneak peeks, and the creative team has been busy making projects with all the new goodies! Today I am sharing two cards featuring Cutting Edge-Spring and Inky Fingers- Easter stamp sets. The February release will be available Thursday morning, February 7 at 9 AM CST at tayloredexpressions.com.
This adorable Inky Fingers-Spring stamp set comes with six images that can be inked with your fingers. I made this card into a family affair. Daddy, little Vera, and I sat down and got inky! (Grandma is going to love this card!) I kept the card very simple, stamping the images inside each window. The other images in the set are butterflies and chicks.
I used the individual images in the Cutting Edge-Spring stamp set to build this little pyramid of critters. I thought stacking the critters would be a perfect match with the sentiment. The background I made using the Lots Of Love Stencil and Raspberry Sorbet ink. I die-cut little hearts from the Notecard Accessories die set, and used the largest Petite Scallop Rectangle to die-cut spearmint card stock. (New Color!) I adhered everything together, then mounted the card front onto a toffee card base.
Taylored Expressions is celebrating Release Week with a giveaway during each day of sneak peeks! Visit the TE Blog to answer Taylor’s Question of the Day for a chance to win one of the latest products before you can buy it!
For a limited time, receive a free die with the purchase of the Fiesta Friends Bundle, available February 7th-10th.
Thanks for stopping by today. Be sure to check back tomorrow for some more sneak peeks!
9 Replies to “Taylored Expressions February Release Sneak Peeks: Day 1”
Oh my goodness!😍 So adorable!! Love it!! 😍😊❤
I love these, especially the Inky Fingers card – so cute!
Vera’s little bunny took 5 takes to make. 😂❤️
Such fun cards! I love those stackable animals – so cute! Love the background of the 2nd card
Darling cards. I love the stacked animals.
Oh, Angelica, what cute inky happiness! I might have to entice my own sweet boys into making a few cards for their grandparents. Thank you for inspiring and sharing.