Welcome back! This is my second post for today. Here is my first post.
Hope you enjoyed day #1 and day#2 sneak peeks. Today is day #3 sneak peek of Taylored Expressions June Release. I am showcasing two new products again today. The first one is a stamp set and die combo called Tooth be Told.
This is such a fun set especially for kids. I used Taylored Expressions Match Box die to make my project.
I stamped the tooth image twice and copic coloured them. I used the coordinated die to cut them out. For the matchbox, I used Mint Julep and Pink Champagne cardstocks. I stamped the sentiment on a piece of Sugar Cube cardstock trimmed to fit inside the matchbox. The main sentiment I stamped again on a Sugar Cube cardstock and die cut using the rectangle die from Matchbox die set. I simple assembled the matchbox and layered the main sentiment over the scalloped rectangle using foam adhesives. Simple and easy to make. Hence this set is perfect for children. Here are some closeups
All the supplies used to make the matchboxes are listed below.
The second product I am showcasing is called On the Right Track: Basics.
This is a must have die in your collection. Awesome tracks to make slider interactive cards. I used one of the older stamp set called Love Train and coordinating dies along with the longest track in the set to make my card below.
I stamped the train image and the lights on Sugar cube cardstock piece using Oreo hybrid ink and coloured them using copic markers. I them used coordinating dies to die cut them out.
I die cut a sugar cube cardstock using the largest of the Stitched Rectangle stacklet die. I sponged Sprinkles ink on the top of the panel and Granny Smith ink on the bottom of the panel. I stamped the track from the stamp set on the bottom of the panel. I then used the longest track from On the Right Track: Basics die set to die cut on the threshold of the two sponged colours and above the track. I adhered the engine and the two carriages on the negative piece of the track to make it one piece. This makes the train a single piece to slide on the track. I used penny to make the slider element on which the train slides. The lights actually stops the train from sliding further out. To embellished I added wink of stella clear shimmer to the hearts and traffic lights. And covered the tires, traffic lights, hearts, some of the presents and centre of the flowers with glossy accents. The sentiment is stamped on Sugar Cube cardstock and die cut using the second smallest of the Stitched Banner dies.
All the supplies used to make this card are listed below.