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Thursday, June 6, 2013

TAYLORED EXPRESSIONS JUNE RELEASE DAY: STARS & STRIPES

Hey there, I've got a quick card to share with you for my Release Day project.  Don't forget, everything you've seen over the last couple of days is now available in the Fresh Out of the Oven section of the Taylored Expressions store!

If you're patriotic at heart, then Stars & Stripes with the Coordinating Die is for you!  I started out by embossing the background panel with the Stars Impressions Plate.  The Notepaper portion of the Notepaper & Clipboard die was used then stamped in London Fog with both the Notepaper and Grid Paper stamps.  The United States were cut twice then layered.  Stars from the Mini Tags have made another appearance (seriously LOVE these stars...they are the perfect size for an accent)!  The awesome sentiment from Stars & Stripes finishes the card.  Have you thanked a Veteran lately?  I plan on giving this card to my 90 1/2 year old, WWII Veteran, father-in-law for Veteran's Day.  I call him every year to thank him for his service...so this card will be perfect!


SUPPLIES: 
STAMPS:  TE (Stars & Stripes, Notepaper, Grid Paper)
PAPER:  Neenah Solar White; Bazzill Raven Monochromatic; Project Pantry kit
INK:  Memento (Tuxedo Black, London Fog)
ACCESSORIES:  Spellbinders Grand Calibur; Sizzix Big Shot; TE Taylored Dies (Stars & Stripes, Notepaper & Clipboard Dies, Mini Tags); TE Impressions (Stars); Stamp-a-ma-jig;  KaiserCraft Silver rhinestones; Zig 2-Way Glue pen; SU Dimensional; adhesive
SIZE OF FINISHED PROJECT:  A2 (4 1/4" x 5 1/2")

I'll be back tomorrow with one last spotlight project for the June Release.  Go say hi to the Baker's Dozen and check out today's amazing projects!

Thanks for stopping by! 


3 comments:

Wanda G (stampcat) said...

Absolutely FABULOUS Tammie! I love how you did the USA die with two papers. I'm totally stealing that idea! What a great patriotic card! XO

Stephanie Kraft said...

Amazing, Tammie! Such a perfect card for your FIL!

Jami said...

What a GREAT idea to use patterned paper in the USA die! Never would have thought of that!

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