Taylored Expressions February Sneak Peek: Calla Lily Bouquet and Graphic Greetings Egg Hunt

Hi everyone! Sorry I’m a bit tardy with my post this morning. My plans to type this up before work were foiled by a bit of wet grass, a curb and 8 stitches in my right knee. ūüôĀ But better late than never, yes? AND I have some amazing new Taylored Expressions stamps to share with you that I just adore. I hope you’ll love them too.


So first up is the brand new and SO GORGEOUS Calla Lily Bouquet. I LOVE this stamp and this card just happens to be the cards I’m giving to my husband for our wedding¬†anniversary¬†in April. ¬†We had white calla lilies and navy blue tulips as our wedding flowers and this stamp is perfect to represent that.

I used Pebbles Seen and Noted paper pad for this card on a Choice Snow White Cardstock base. My layout is based on SSSC177. My lilies are colored with Prismacolor colored pencils and a bit of OMS for blending. I used the Designer Mini Tag die for the sentiment and the little banner at the top is die cut using Banner Stacklets 1. I used a bit of foam tape to separate my layers and twine thread as an accent.


For my second card I used one of the new Graphic Greetings stamps – Graphic Greetings Egg Hunt and I also used the new Easter Doodles set as an accent.


To start my card off I used one of my favorite older Deconstructed Sketches, DS63 and a bit of designer paper from MME’s The Sweetest Thing Tangerine paper pad. I stamped the Graphic Greetings stamp on pink cardstock using Frost White Color Box ink and heat embossed it using white embossing powder. I then stamped and die cut the bunny from Easter Doodles and colored it with Copics. The sentiment stamped off to the side is also from the Easter Doodles set. I finished the card off with a bit of twine thread and some foam tape to¬†separate¬†some of the layers. ūüôā


Well that’s it for me today but the rest of the Baker’s Dozen team has a TON of new stuff to show you so be sure to hop around and check out what they have been up to!

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