Hey Crafty Friends! Welcome to the October Taylored Expressions Release! I'm so excited to show you what I have, and I know you are just going to love everything that TE is releasing today! I get to show you the new On Dasher, On Dancer die. I'm in love with how quick and easy this sweet die is at aiding in making some great Christmas cards. I just paired it up with the Neighborhood Border die and the Winter Wonderland stamp set.
My background was made using some distress inks and some Perfect Pearls mixed with water. It's a super easy and fast background, so I know I'll be making more of these for Christmas cards. I used the cardstock from TEs new line of Matched products: Oreo and Sugar Cube.
Stamps: Winter Wonderland
Paper: TE Oreo, TE Sugar Cube
Ink: Craft White, Dusty Concord, Faded Jeans, Tumbled Glass, Black Soot
Accessories: TE On Dasher, On Dancer die, TE Neighborhood die, aqua brush, foam tape, white embossing powder, perfect pearls
Links to the products in the Taylored Expressions store:
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This is fantastic Cassie! I love how you did the sky and made the wonderful night scene.ReplyDelete
Fabulous Cassie, LOVE the background!! Just ordered the Bethlehem die, CANNOT wait to use that with the Sing of the King stamps!!! GREAT release!ReplyDelete
Beautiful, Cassie! Love your night sky and scene!ReplyDelete
What a wonderful winter scene Cassie. Love the dark background with the white houses and the black silhouette image. Wonderful design.ReplyDelete
I absolutely love your card, Cassie...it's sooo magical with that fabulous sky you created!!!ReplyDelete
Cassie, I love your card! The background is amazing. I have never used perfect pearls. I will definitely have to check this out and the technique. The scene you created is perfect! Thank you for the inspiration.ReplyDelete
I love love love this card! That night sky is so incredible!!! and the houses just pop in white!ReplyDelete