Kicking Off the New Year with Taylored Expressions!

Hi Everyone and Happy New Year! I am kicking off the new year with the Valentine Release from Taylored Expressions.  We have a new release of products that feature all sorts of fun Valentine themed goodies. I have three projects to share with you today. 

First up is look at the new Puppy Love Stamp Set and Puppy Love Dies. The stamp set has five cute puppy images. I stamped in Oreo Ink and colored with Copic Markers. I cut three hearts in different sizes with the Heart Stacklets. I added the vellum heart and a red heart cut from Cherry Pop Cardstock behind the puppy and used the smaller heart for the sentiment..

The background is. stencil with the new Hearts Rotating Stencil. I used Rose Water Cardstock with Rose Water, Guava, Watermelon and Cherry Pop Inks. I used the Mini Strips - Valentine Stamp Set to add the second sentiment. The card front is framed with the largest die in Frame in Frame 3 Cutting Plate. 

I also created a tag to add to a Valentine treat bag. I added the TE Washi Tape - Happy Hearts to the bottom of the tag. I am very excited about TE adding Washi Tape to the product line. 

My next project feature the Conversation Candy Stamp and Stencil Combo. There is also a coordinating Conversation Candy Die that allows you die cut individual Conversation Candy. First I created the background. I stamped the sentiments and stenciled with Mint Julep, Salt Water Taffy, Rose Water, Banana Cream, Lavender Glaze, and Peaches n' Cream Inks.

I used the new Sketched Hearts Dies, an exclusive freebie for purchases of $100+ during our Valentine Release, to add the Hearts to the middle of the card. I stamped Versamark Ink on Sugar Cube cardstock and then embossed with TE Lollipop Sparkle Embossing Powder. It is hard to photograph, but this embossing powder is really sparkly in person. Added a few of the die cut conversation candies to the card front and a sentiment from the Love & Hugs Stamp Set. 

Next is a more elegant valentine I created with the new Forever Love Die and coordinating Forever Love Stencil. You can also see another new Washi Tape. 

I die cut the top heart from Sugar Cube Cardstock and backed the heart with the new TE Red Foil. Then I stenciled the background with the stencil and Cherry Pop Ink. 

I used a die in the Frame in Frame 3 Cutting Plate and Oreo Cardstock to add the frame. I added vellum behind the frame. The sentiment is from the Love & Hugs Stamp Set. 

When you purchase the Hearts in Bloom Bundle (Triple Slim – Hearts in Bloom Layering Stencil set, Triple Slim – Hearts in Bloom die collection, Foil It – Triple Slim Hearts in Bloom panels, Hearts in Bloom washi tape, Happy Hearts washi tape, and Hearts in Bloom envelope seals) through Sunday, January 8th, you will get a free exclusive video craft along class with Susan Block!

This mini version of our Online Crafty Classes is a great way for you to put your new goodies to use right away making a trio of Mini Slim cards at your own pace! Watch the video as often as you like and learn some new crafty tips and tricks!

Once you complete your purchase, you will receive an email (separate from your order confirmation email) with links to the class video on YouTube.

Although Susan will recommend extra supplies (ink, cardstock, embellishments, etc.), you can use anything you have to make these projects uniquely yours!

Hurry! This offer is only valid through 11:59 pm (CT) on Sunday, January 8th, or while supplies last.

Now through 11:59PM CT Sunday, January 8th, save 15% off select cardstock colors! Stock up on Cherry Pop, Watermelon, Lollipop, Pink Champagne, and Strawberry Milkshake for your Valentine projects and more! Offer valid while supplies last.

Right now through 11:59PM CT, Sunday, January 8th when you make a purchase of $100 or more in the TE webstore, you will receive the Sketched Hearts die collection FREE! These die cut hearts are perfect for adding to your Valentine projects! Offer valid while supplies last.

Thanks for stopping by! Stop by the TE Blog of all the details and more inspiration. 

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