Taylored Expressions November Release Day and Book Winner!

 

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Hi everyone! Looking at this card makes me want to celebrate! EEK!  We’re so close to a new year…hard to believe…can I just live in denial?!

Today I’m featuring this fabulous Happy New Year die from Taylored Expressions. All the NEW for November release is in the store today! I die cut the Happy New Year die in metallic silver cardstock. I used four other dies for this card too. The Celebration Confetti die is new also and cut in gold metallic cardstock. Perfect for shaker party cards!  Then I used the Starry Night Cutting Plate cut in teal-ish glitter cardstock for the background, the Frame in a Frame Cutting Plate cut in metallic silver cardstock and one of the banners from Skinny Mini Party Borders cut in metallic gold cardstock. Sparkle and Shine!

 

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Next up…a sweet gift idea…keep them by the computer for all the recipe sharing that happens online!

 

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Look at this cute NEW Little Bits Mixer die!  Darling!  The Recipe Card Pack is NEW also…the TE designers have been showing what they’ve made with the new kitchen stamps and dies all week. So cute!

I used the Tag Stacklets 2 dies, Tag Reinforcement dies, Special Delivery stamp set and tied the pack up with twine.

 

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Next up…a super cute NEW set of Holiday Charms! I used the snowflake charm on this card.

 

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I cut the three flakes in silver glitter foam and then added silver stickles glitter too!  Sometimes you just need more you know! lol

The vellum banner is cut with the NEW Stitched Banner Stacklets die set and I embossed a sentiment from last months new In and Out Christmas stamp set.

I hung the flakes on twine hidden behind the Peek A Boo Circle die panel.

The background is embossed with the Winter Flurry Embossing Folder.

 

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Next up…two cards using the NEW Basketweave Cutting Plate die.

 

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Here I used it in a traditional way… just like you would think a basket should look!  The NEW Stitched Banner Stacklets again stamped with the Simply Stamped Pinecones stamp set and the Simply Stamped Pinecones Dies.

A little Frosted Lace Stickles on the pinecones and tied up with twine.

 

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Here is a CAS use for the Basketweave Cutting Plate.  I die cut it in Red and Green cardstock.  Placed it on the diagonal and trimmed off the excess after I taped it to the back of the card.

 

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There’s another one of the NEW Holiday Charms.  A cute little Santa Hat cut in white and red cardstock. Trim the white and glue to the red and Frosted Lace Stickles just makes it more festive!

 

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I hope you’ve enjoyed the Taylored Expressions November release posts this week and can get over to the TE Blog for a complete list of the participating designers. Take a look around for more inspiration and NEW product info! All the stuff we love! 

 

*** AND the WINNER of the Creative Cardmaking book is…..  #34!  Carmen Willis you have the lucky number my hubby picked!   Congratulations!  I will email you for your address…be watching for it!!!  Thank you everyone for commenting.  Always makes me happy!

Thanks for stopping by today… links for what I used on these cards in the Taylored Expressions store below. Holler if you have any questions!

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17 thoughts on “Taylored Expressions November Release Day and Book Winner!

  1. Oh my goodness!! These are all amazing!! The first one with the silver is unbelievably gorgeous! Wow! And the pinecone one is at the top of my list of favorites!! The kitchen one with the mixer is totally adorable too! Beautiful work on all of these!! Awesome photos too 😉

  2. Girl, when you post you go all out. I would be thrilled to find anyone of these beauties in my mailbox, as they are all uniquely wonderful. Being a CAS fan the snowflake and party cards are my favorites.

  3. Wow Pam…what amazing cards and a recipe card too! And, yay, I’m not ready for Christmas to come let alone New Years. =) Love you snowflakes and that basket weave cutting plate is AWESOME!
    Thanks for sharing with us!

  4. Oh my word, Pam…you have created some fabulous projects!!! The silver paper on the first card adds such a WOW factor and I love the little tag you created for the recipe cards!!! I love the little silver snowflakes dangling in the circles and your pinecone card looks gorgeous with the basket weave background…love the little Santa hat on the last card, too!!!!

  5. Oh my gosh where to start , Pap! So many gorgeous projects! I love the recipe cards and mixer die and stamp as cute as can be! Love simple stripes on the party card, the pinecone cluster is so pretty and the New Years card is over the top amazing!
    Cant wait to make a tree pin like you talked about, what a great idea …thanks!

  6. The New Year’s card is so festive !! You have outdone yourself on the other cards. I love the basket weave background. I just may have to purchase that die. Thanks you enabler !!!

  7. Oh Wow that new years card is just stunning, such a great way to combine all the dies and perfect choice in papers. The snowflake charms are so neat and you used them in such an elegant look! I just love the look of the basket weave and the pine cones together, great country feel! Cute design on the last one, the hat on the “P” is too cute!

  8. Pam, when do you eat and sleep, lol. My goodness girl, you’re amazing! I can hardly come up with one card and you make dozens and all masterpieces–and I’m not exaggerating, I’m serious. They’re all wonderful but the New Year’s card is jaw-dropping amazing. Lovelovelove!!!

  9. These cards are absolutely gorgeous and very classy. You sure have a fine creative mind for sure! I just love how each card gives so much beauty and details. I just bought a new Kitchen Aid mixer and I was excited to see the cute mixer die used along with the stamped recipe cards. I just have to get the mixer die! Excellent idea for recipe cards. Thanks Pam for sharing your fabulous cards.

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