Happy Wednesday and welcome to day 3 of the Taylored Expressions Sneak Peeks for September.  Today I have two more cards to show you featuring the new stamp set C’mon Get Happy along with some adorable new dies, Mini Bloomers and Bloomers Greenery.

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For my first card, I tried embossing the sentiment in white (white ink and white powder) on to Tim Holtz watercolor paper.  The result was cool, but a little hard to read.  So, in the sample below, I used black pigment ink and clear embossing powder and I switched to the smooth side of the watercolor paper.  In both samples, I used Twinkling H2O’s  to paint over the embossed sentiment. (Click on them to see them larger.)

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For this card, I cut the blooms from watercolor paper and painted them with the same Twinkling H2O’s used over the sentiment.  The photo just doesn’t capture the pearly, sparkly happiness of this card!

Supplies

Happy Bloomers

Stamps: C’mon Get Happy

Dies: Mini Bloomers, Bloomers Greenery

Other:  Twinkling H2O’s,  Enamel Dots, Clear Embossing Powder over black pigment ink, Foam tape

Taylored Expressions is celebrating Release Week with some fabulous giveaways! Visit the TE Blog each Sneak Peek Day this week for details on how you can enter to win.

Taylored Expressions is celebrating Release Week with some fabulous giveaways! Visit the TE Blog each Sneak Peek Day this week for details on how you can enter to win.

Happy Greenery

Stamps: C’mon Get Happy

Dies: Bloomers Greenery

Other:  Twinkling H2O’s, Pico Embellisher, White Embossing Powder over white pigment ink, Foam tape

 

Thanks so much for stopping by!  There are a ton of new products being introduced today, so I know you’ll want to hop over to the TE Blog to get all the new product info and to get links to the Creative Team playing in the hop today!

 

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One Response to “Taylored Expressions September Sneak Peeks, Day 3 – More Happy”

  1. Joan Ervin Says:

    Your cards are beautiful, Jami…I love the watercoloring in the background. It really makes the sentiment pop!!!

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