Taylored Expressions April Studio Challenge

Make it Amazing by Jen Shults

It’s time for the April Studio Challenge at Taylored Expressions and this month our challenge is a great one!!

Baker's Dozen Studio Challenge

The theme for April is:

Mix & Match!  TE stamp sets are designed with plenty of images and sentiments so they are “self-contained” for lots of creativity, but sometimes it’s fun to mix and match several different sets for even more possibilities.

Your challenge is to create a project using three or more TE stamp sets.

Isn’t that fun! I love these kind of challenges though I have to admit it took me a while to figure out what I was going to do but once I had decided it went together to easily!

April Studio Challenge - JenThe three sets I started with are Forever in Bloom, Oops a Daisy and Make it Amazing. These stamp sets coordinate so well and the sentiments on them are killer. I used all the large solid flower images and my Distress Markers and a bit of water in a mister bottle to create the flowers. I didn’t use the mister all that much, just on the leaves. The ink blended together really well just on it’s own with a bit.  I used the coordinated dies to cut out the flowers and leaves; Twiggy Branch, Oops a Daisy Dies, and Hydrangea Bloom Dies. The embossed panel is die cut using Label Stacklets 3. I used quite a bit of foam tape to separate my layers. I added a bit of green ribbon, twine thread and a few roses to finish it off.

I left off a sentiment for right now because I’m not sure if I’m going to use this for Mother’s Day for my mom or for a friend’s birthday – it’s s tough call, lol!!


Here’s a peek at the stamp sets I used:

Forever in Bloom Make it Amazing Oops a Daisy

That’s it for me today. Be sure to check out how the rest of the AMAZING Baker’s Dozen handled this challenge!

Broni Holcombe

Carole Burrage

Charmaine Ikach

Jen Shults

Kerri Mchaud

Lynnette Kauffman

Sankari Wegman

Shannon White

Shelly Mercado

Stephanie Kraft

Tammie Edgerton

Taylor VanBruggen

Wanda Guess

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