Today is the last day of creative team inspiration of the Taylored Expressions September Birthday Release. You can find the whole release HERE. Also, here’s a quick note from Taylored Expressions:
We’re celebrating our 11th birthday and the gifts for you are stacking up! Here’s how you can jump in on the celebration!
1. Receive a free Share Joy enamel pin with every purchase of new release products (while supplies last)2. Free US shipping on orders of $50+
3. Orders of $75 will be entered to win 1 of 11 gift certificates to the TE store: ten $50 gift certificates, one $100 gift certificate!
Offers valid 9/10 – 9/22 and while supplies last. Gift certificate winners will be announced on the TE blog on 9/23.
You’ll also want to check out the TE Blog this week as we share the stories of TE friends and fans who are sharing joy through their handmade cards! During our birthday celebration, Taylored Expressions will donate 5% of new release product sales to support one customer’s mission to provide a backpack filled with love and hope to children being placed in foster care. Read Louise’s story on the TE Blog and continue to follow along as we tell Share Joy stories throughout our birthday month!
You can stop by the TE blog for today’s details.
I have two last cards to share with you today. My first card showcases the fabulous Gifted Background stamp. I love this stamp and die combo- you can make 2 cards in one siting if you want. I that’s exactly what I did. These presents come from a card I shared on Tuesday. (You can find that card HERE.) I made three rows of three presents, attached them to a trimmed Sugar Cube card stock panel with this foam squares, and added a sentiment from the Birthday Basics stamp set. I attached the panel to a Toffee card base to finish the card.
I used the balloons from Birthday Basics for my second card.
I stamped the balloons in rainbow order, staggering them in across the card front. I stamped the sentiment with Oreo ink, then used a T-Ruler and a glitter pen to draw the balloon strings. I mounted the trimmed panel onto Cherry Pop card stock, then attached it to a Toffee card base to finish the card.