Thursday, May 7, 2015

Taylored Expressions Release Day!

Hello everyone,

My first post as Taylored Expressions creative team. Today is the release day! It is here finally. All the new products which you have seen over at TE Blog over the past three days are here for you purchase and enjoy!

Today I have a Father's Day card using the new Argyle Cutting Plate and My Favorite Dad stamp set.

Father's day card

I have colour washed a panel of watercolour paper with Cracked Pistachio distress ink and then layered with more of the same colour. Once dry, I die cut using the Argyle Cutting plate. I then spattered the die cut with gold colourshine spray.

For the sentiment, I  stamped the sentiment from My Favorite Dad stamp set in black ink then clear heat embossed on white piece of cardstock. I then framed the sentiment panel with the smallest frame from Frame to Frame die in gold foil cardstock. I foam adhered this to the colour washed argyle die cut panel with bunched up thread under the sentiment panel for added dimension.

Father's Day card closeup

Finally adhered this Argyle diecut panel to the white card base again using foam adhesive. I love dimension on my card. You can tell by now lol! 

Finally added some black Doodlebug sparkly enamel dots and gold heart shape enamel dots form My Mind's Eye Fancy That collection. 

I can imagine this card given to a father by a teen girl. Like it is the best card everrrr!!! :)

Taylored Expression Store is now open with all the new goodies.

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5 comments:

Stephanie Kraft said...

Wonderful card, Gayatri! I love how you used the cutting plate - what a fun background!!

Joan Ervin said...

This looks awesome with that gorgeous background and the framed sentiment...beautifully done!!! Welcome to TE!!!

Sharada dilip acharya said...

Love the colours and the awesome background you have created !
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Dawn Turley said...

Great card Gayatri. The die and colour on the background is awesome

Confessions of a Paperholic said...

Just lovely, Gayatri! Love the background. I will have to give colorshine a try for that extra bit of pop. Love the sentiment. It's like the best everrr;)