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Wednesday, September 4, 2013

TAYLORED EXPRESSIONS SEPTEMBER SNEAK PEEK: TOO CUTE TO SPOOK AND BAG IT & TAG IT



Hey there, I'm back with more sneak peeks for the Taylored Expressions September Release.  All 21 of the new stamps and dies will be available for purchase starting tomorrow at 8am PST.  The Birthday Bash Preview Party is happening tonight at 8pm PST at the TE Facebook page.  You'll see many of the new products revealed and learn how you can win one of four $25 gift certificates to the store...you won't want to miss it!  Today's game is i-Spy..all of the details, including how to win a gift certificate, can be found on Taylor's blog.



My first project is a card made with Too Cute To Spook.  This set comes with nine sentiments and eight images, so there are lots and lots to choose from!  I went with this image because it reminded me of my son's first Halloween...he was the cutest little pumpkin-head ever!  He was stamped with Tuxedo Black, colored with Copic markers, fussy cut then popped up on foam.  The pattern papers are from the Halloween Project Pantry Kit featuring Doodlebug's Halloween Parade.  The plaid paper was cut using the new Label Stacklets 6 and the bats are from the new Gothic Window Accessories.  Did you catch that?  There's a new window die!  Eep!  The Spooky Fence Border is an oldie but a goodie and was the perfect touch for this card!



COPIC COLORING: 
SKIN:  E11, E01, E00, R30  HAIR:  C6, C4, C2, C0  PUMPKIN COSTUME:  YR68, YR65, YR61, YG03, YG01, YG0000, C6, C4, C2, C0  SHOES:  C6, C4, C2, C0  SHADOW:  C4, C2, C0

SUPPLIES: 
STAMPS:  TE Too Cute To Spook
PAPER:  Neenah Solar White (aka Bazzill Coconut Swirl Smoothies); Bazzill Monochromatic (Raven, Leapfrog); TE Halloween Project Pantry Kit
INK:  Copic markers; Memento Tuxedo Black 
ACCESSORIES:  Spellbinders Grand Calibur; TE Taylored Dies (Label Stacklets 6, Gothic Window Accessories; Spooky Fence Border); Stamp-a-ma-jig; paper snips; We R Memory Keepers Crop-A-Dile Corner Chomer; Zig 2-Way Glue pen; Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L Thin 3D Foam Squares; adhesive
TECHNIQUE(S):  Fussy cutting
SIZE OF FINISHED PROJECT:  A2 (4 1/4" x 5 1/2")


My next project uses the Bag It & Tag It set.  The idea for this set came from Taylor wanting to make little muslin treat bags for Halloween.  I love the idea and think they will be perfect for my littlest trick-or-treaters.  When my son was too little to go door-to-door, we would dress him up and drive to visit family members.  My in-laws lived on the lake and NEVER saw trick-or-treaters.  Since we drove that far, we would go and visit a few of their neighbors too.  He was too little for candy, so they would give him money.  I thought it was a wonderful idea and have done it ever since!  So these "money bags" will go to three very special little goblins.  Remember my great-nephew from yesterday?  Well he has a little red-headed brother, Josh.  One of these bags will be for him, and the other two will be for my neighbor's little ones.

They were super easy to make.  I've been wanting to try stamping on fabric for a while and was excited to give it a try.  I put a scrap piece of card stock inside the bag then stamped on them with Tuxedo Black.  Each of the bags has a sentiment on one side and an image on the other that was colored with Copic markers (if you color directly on the bag, make sure you have card stock inside so the markers don't bleed through to the other side).  Ribbon from the Halloween Project Pantry Kit complete the bags.


COPIC COLORING: 
BAGS:  V25, V22, V20

SUPPLIES: 
STAMPS:  TE Bag It & Tag It
PAPER:  None 
INK:  Copic markers; Memento Tuxedo Black 
ACCESSORIES:  Stamp-a-ma-jig; Star Dust Stickles; Imaginisce Ribbon Cutter; ribbon from TE Halloween Project Pantry Kit
SIZE OF FINISHED PROJECT:  Bags (3" wide x 4" tall)


I'll see you back here tomorrow with a release day project, until then...check out what the Baker's Dozen has come up with!



Thanks for stopping by! 


14 comments:

Kerri said...

I just love your coloring:) Your card is adorable, and those treat bags are too!

Jennifer Shults said...

Very fun Tammie! I love your wonderful little candy bags!

Crafty Math Chick said...

Adorable! Love all the smiling pumpkins on that fun designer paper and those muslin bags - have to get some of those!!

Cynthia Clark said...

Love the little boy dressed as a jack-o-lantern. I made a suit like that for my youngest and then it was passed along to the grandkids when they got older.

Jay Gee said...

Wonderful projects. I really love your card - great design and gorgeous colouring :)

Joan Ervin said...

You have colored that adorable image beautifully, Tammie, and I just love your cute little bags...what a great idea to add the gingham ribbon!!!

Betty said...

Great card!! Love those bags, too! Thanks for sharing!

cghundley said...

More cute items.
The card is so
colorful and cute.
Carla from Utah

Monika/Buzsy said...

Super cute projects Tam. Love those treat bags. :)

Shannon White said...

OMGoodness your Card is so darned CUTE!!! Your Awesome coloring sure brought this little sweetie to life!! And your treat bags are so Fun!! Love them! 8-)

Hugs
Shannon

Kris B said...

Wonderful treat bags! Your Halloween card is so cute! TFS

Sue from Oregon said...

Oh all such fun...love the colors on your Halloween card!

Wanda G (stampcat) said...

Such nice projects today! Love them both - and sooooo creative!

itzamitzi said...

Love the cute little pumpkin guy! Your coloring is wonderful. The bags are very cute also. Thanks for the tip on coloring them in.

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