New Stencils and Pastel Brushes from Taylored Expressions!

by - October 20, 2020

Hi folks, 

There is a new release that I am super excited about! Taylored Expressions has some new stencils and pastel blender brushes! First of all, how gorgeous are these brushes? I love mine and I can't wait to use them for my distress inks so that I don't contaminate them with my hybrid inks! I also switched over to the new Tool Tray as its much more convenient and saves space on my tiny craft desk. If you are looking for a compact holder for your brushes and other tools, this one is for you!

I am super excited about the new stencil release as well and I have a bunch of cards to share with you all. My first card uses the Breezy stencil. I first stenciled using blueberry ink on poblano pepper cardstock and then dry embossed it to give a subtle dimension. I then assembled the seasonal sprigs and then die cut them using the circle stacklet die to create an ornament. I finally used white embossing powder to heat emboss the sentiment from Merry Millie and Beautiful Baubles Add on and added some 'sparkles' by splatting some paint using TE Shimmer liquid watercolor! 

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For my next card, I used the Play the Angle stencil to create a fun geometric themed Christmas card. I first stenciled on salt water taffy cardstock using salt water taffy ink. I then cut some triangles out of granny smith, peapod and blue raspberry cardstock in various sizes and heat embossed the white dots using the 'light' stamp from the light shines on stamp set. I finished it off by adding the Santa and some presents from Merry Millie and a sentiment from Gus & Gertie Holiday Adventures.

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My next card is super simple to recreate and is just adorable! I first stenciled on Cherry Pop cardstock using the new Cable Knit stencil and Sugar Cube Ink. I then stenciled on a smaller Sugar cube cardstock using Peaches and Cream. I used Toffee cardstock to mat the Sugar Cube panel on the Cherry Pop Cardstock. I finished it off by adding reindeer antlers from Big Grumpy Christmas and a sentiment from Gus & Gertie Holiday Adventures. I added the red nose using a marker! 

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My final card is a super quick and elegant Christmas card! I first masked off a large tringle aka minimalist Christmas tree on Oreo cardstock. I then stenciled using the Daisy Crazy stencil by directly dabbing Versamark embossing ink. I then heat embossed this and some sentiments from Tag Team - Christmas in gold! How simple is that? Love the minimalist look of this card! 

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Thanks for stopping by! Be sure to check out some more inspiring cards from the rest of the design team!

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