Thursday, June 2, 2011

Taylored Expressions Sneak Peeks - Day 3 !!!

June Release At a Glance
  • We have sneak peeks to share Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.  All of the new products will be available for purchase on Friday, June 3rd at 8 am PST. You'll find it all in the Fresh out of the OvenDepartment in the Taylored Expressions Store.
  • Join us as a fan on Facebook for an early peek at the stamp sets on Thursday night beginning at approximately 6 pm PST.
  • Special Early Bird Offer on Release Day for the first 15 orders over $100.  It's TOTALLY SWEET!
  • 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 all will be announced on Taylor'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 close Thursday 6/2 at 7pm for the drawings.

Hi Everyone,

Welcome to Day 3 of release week sneak peeks - where today we are sneaking peeks from an awesome new set called Green Acres - filled with the cutest farm animals and scenes - with HILARIOUS sentiments and cute little says (oh Crop!),  also we will be featuring a new addition to the seasonal wreaths collection concepted by Jami Sibley - with the Patriotic Wreath and the cute little penguin Uncle Sam - along with introducing two awesome new plates in ONE- the chicken wire and woodgrain impression plate - one impression plate with two sides - how awesome is that?!

For my Green Acres card - I just fell in love with all these cute animals - and so I decided to stack them all up and use the sentiment: Happy Birthday from the whole herd :) I created a little scene by cutting out some rolling hill with my scraps of DP and then dotting it with liquid pearls. The animals were colored and cut out and then stacked upon each other with dimensionals - (aren't those animals so cute?!) and then I finished by adding some haystacks on the bottom corner. 
The sentiment was punched out and then I added some ribbons to the back of it and finished it off with some stitching around the edges.

My second card is using the Patriotic Wreath - which coordinates -as do all the wreaths with the Seasonal Wreath die from Taylored Expressions. I love the stars in this stamp and decided to pair it up with the super awesome woodgrain impression plate - I love how beautifully it leaves an impression. I think my favorite thing are those half ruffled banner flags - so easy to cut them out and create a sweet little patriotic border edge - I added a little bling to the in between areas of the ruffles:
And also added a little baker's twine coming to the middle with a little punched star with some liquid pearled edging. I love how all the wreath stamps and wreath are so beautifully interchangeable - and I think this new woodgrain impression plate might be my favorite!

The Tiny Chef Design Team from Taylored Expressions are back!

Taylor is also going to be releasing a little Kid's Summer Fun Pack - each of the pack contains a TON of cardstock, envelopes, card panels, designer paper, ribbon and embellishments galore - AND a chipboard Notebook for their creative pleasure. My little Tiny Chef was SO excited to create a little summer journal with the chipboard notebook. He wanted to create a journal that he could take with us on our travels this summer and write down his favorite summer memories (this is really exciting because he is learning to write - and he creates his own spelling for how he thinks things should sound - which is pretty much the cutest thing:)

We covered each page of the journal with the cardstock in the kit ( I glued the papers  - and he cut it out - I didn't want to give him full control of the glue - because the notebook would then be one big glue blob!) Here is his page about our upcoming trip up to the cabin (or as he says it: Caben :) he used the beach house from the from the Day In Paradise stamp set and colored a night time scene:

Here is his page of our trip later this summer to Baltimore -  we always go to the beach or/and the aquarium there - so he wanted to use the star fish for that page from the Day In Paradise stamp set to be released tomorrow! - I love the way he stamps - and I love that he wanted to write down the "the best fun i had" and numbered it (with matching number of dots! lol!)

We live in Iowa - in the heartland - and the Green Acres stamp set is probably his favorite! he LOVES the bull in this stamp set - and colored in a page (with spaces to write down the fun in iowa) and then my favorite is his page on tractors (or Tracktors).... we see so many different kinds of tractors that go down our street everyday (we live out in the country) and he loves telling me the different kinds of tractors that there are.... I think this tractor stamp is his favorite one!

The best part of the kit is how much he loves creating from it - he loves all the papers - he even counted how many brads there are (he used two brads for the tractor wheels) and I loved seeing him cut and color  and create his journal - he was SO proud - and he can't wait to make more!

It was so much fun to craft along side my Tiny Chef and I had so much fun creating with these awesome stamps and impression plates - Please check out all the lovely ladies on the Baker's Dozen today and their amazing creations  and also their adorable tiny chefs!

Charmaine Ikach (Arwen & Savannah)
Danielle Lounds
Jackie Pedro
Jami Sibley
Jodi Collins (and Meredith)
Karen Giron (and Avery)
Karen Motz
Melissa Sauls (Harrison & Catie)
Nancy McKinney
Regina Mangum
Sankari Wegman (and Jayanta)
Tori Wild (and Kaiden)
Wanda Guess

Thanks so much for stopping by today! 
and also please stop by tomorrow for release day celebrations!
Hugs, Sankari :)


Karen Motz said...

Sankari, that stack of animals is totally adorable and Jayanta, your book looks amazing!!! Way to go!!!

jan farnworth said...

wonderful and jayanta, book looks fab.

Natalie said...

Your little chef has done a fabulous job with the journal! What a nice keepsake! He will enjoy that years from now.
Sankari, your cards are beautifully done and I love all the extra design elements and your signature embellishments!! So inspiring!

Julie L. said...

OMG!!! I love your cards! They are just adorable!

Julie L.

Regina Mangum said...

Sankari, I love how you stacked those animals! Your patriotic card is darling, too. But, your Tiny Chef takes the cake!

Taylor said...

LOL! I'm giggling at the stack of animals! If only I could be driving down the highway and see that out in the field!! And your 4th of July card is gorgeous too! I love all the little details you put into it!

Jayanta, your summer journal is amazing! You are so creative and I can't wait to hear about all of your fun in Baltimore, but I'm most excited to hear about all the tractors you saw so take good notes! Thanks so much for joining us as a tiny chef! :)

Jodi Collins said...

OK...your cards are RIDICULOUSLY fabulous girlie! LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE all of the animals piled on top of one another! GENIUS! Your wreath card is AMAZING...all the dimension is SO gorgeous!
Could Jayanta possibly be any cuter? I think not! LOVE his project too!

Darla said...

I just love your cute little stack of animals! Great projects!

Lorie Hethorn said...

This has been so fun looking at all the ideas on the sneak peak. You ladies do such a great job with your cards! I love the Patriotic card!

Thank you for sharing!

Karen Giron said...

I totally adore your animal tower, how cute is that?!! But Jayanta, you stole the show today - your memory book is just adorable and I love that you will be marking down all your memories this summer. You are the sweetest!

Glenda J said...

Your animal card is the cutest.card.ever!

Mia said...

Your cards are super cute. Your tiny chef's book looks amazing. Thank you for sharing.

Vicki said...

You both did AWESOME!

Holly Saveur said...

LOVE the cards so cute..your son did a great job too..he looks so proud and sweet too!

Bumbles and Fairy-Tales said...

What an awesome summer journal! Such a fab idea! My boys are going to love creating their own too! Thanks forthe idea, Jayanta!
Beautiful cards, Sankari! Those animals all stacked up are so adorable :)

Anonymous said...

I totally adore the stacked animals and actually have a chotchke in my kitchen that looks just like that! And another talented child!

Ashley Newell said...

OMGosh! Everything is SOOOO cute! I <3 your little guy, what a sweetie!

Crafty Math Chick said...

Oh Sankari! Both of your cards are wonderful! I love how you stacked all the farm animals on top of one another like that and your patriotic wreath & banners card is SUPERB! LOVE IT! That woodgrain background and the dots around the edges of the star - PERFECT! Your son's journal is as adorable as he is, he has the nicest smile as he proudly shows off his hard work - way to go little man!

Purrfect Paper Creations said...

Love the animal stack card, just too cute! The 4th of July card is amazing with all that texture! And please tell Jayanta that his journal looks awesome!

Chris L.

Wanda G (stampcat) said...

Great post Sankari! Your son is adorable and his project is amazing...just like his mom!!! Both of your cards are outstanding!

Jess Willison said...

LOVE the animals all piled up! Too cute!

Billie A said...

Beautiful cards love the stacking animals. I love your little ones project great seeing kids get into crafts how proud they are and should be of their completed project. Wonderful work.

wendy said...

so great! what a release day for all...and the Tiny Chef's were amazing

Anonymous said...

Girlfriend!!!! This is amazing, you rocked these card!

Anonymous said...

Girlfriend, this is amazing! You rocked these cards!

Melissa Sauls said...

My goodness girl, I just don't know how you do it each. and. every. time!!!! Always such jaw dropping projects. And are soooo cute!!! Don't think that your project wasn't as equally as fabulous as your mom's! Shhh....don't tell her I said she might need to step up her game a bit because you are hot on her creativity trail!! ;) Great job and you have every reason to be so proud!

Jules said...

Great work all around! I love seeing how the kids get involved!

Sassy said...

Love the stack cards

Beth Norman said...

What a unique idea to stack the animals. I love it. Also love your son's journal.

Charmaine (CharmWarm) said...

Sankari, I LOVE your piled up animals! So cute! And your patriotic card is SO festive! And LOOK at Jayanta! Oh my word. . .he's so adorable and I just LOVE his fabulous scrapbook! He did a fabulous job!