May Release At a Glance
- We have sneak peeks to share Monday through Wednesday. All of the new products will be available for purchase on Thursday, March 3rd at 8 am PST. You’ll find it all in the Fresh out of the Oven Department at theTaylored Expressions Store.
- Join us as a fan on Facebook for an early peek at the stamp sets, as well as aSPECIAL Facebook GIVEAWAY, on Wednesday night beginning at approximately 6 pm PST.
- Mystery Baker’s Dozen Blog Giveaway: Each day, one lucky blog commenter will be chosen by random draw to win a $10 TE Gift Certificate. Winners will be chosen from a different Baker’s Dozen blog each day and will be announced onTaylor’s blog on Release Day! Be sure to hop around to see all the sneak peeks and leave comments on each and every blog for more chances to win. Limit one comment per blog per day, please. Comments for the drawings close Wednesday 5/2 at 7pm PST.
Today I have a super cute new Moka to introduce to you today! Moka Tim is our resident handy man and perfect for my hubby, lol! I LOVE this stamp… it even looks a bit like my husband, lol. I had so much fun with this stamp and all the little extras that come with him!
I started my card by stamping Tim on Snow White Choice cardstock (my FAVE for coloring these days) using Memento Tuxedo Black Ink and colored him with Copic Markers. I then cut him out using a Deckle Rectangle Small Spellbinders Die. I masked Tim off by stamping a second image of him onto a Post-It note (making sure to stamp as much on the sticky part of the note as I could), cutting it him out and attaching him to the cardstock. Using Ranger Vintage Photo Distress Ink I sponged all around the cardstock while it was still in the die. To finish the image panel off I stamped a few hammers and pliers around the image as well as a few splotches. When I was all done I pulled the Post-It note off of Tim and he stayed nice and clean. 🙂
Next I used a piece of blue paper from this months Loyal Project Pantry kit to make my own designer paper with the hammer, pliers and Mr. Fix It stamps from the set. I stamped these all over the paper using Versamark and heat embossed them with clear embossing powder.
To finish up the card I layered everything added a bit of ribbon from the Project Pantry Kit, a sentiment that is stamped on Choice Buttercream cardstock and a couple of buttons from my stash.
This Month’s Project Pantry basics kit:
Well that’s it from me today! Please hop around and check out what the other ladies have to share with you today.