Friday, February 11, 2011

February Taylored Expressions Key Ingredients Kit Release!

Hi all! Happy Friday! I'm popping in to share with you some goodies I made with this month's Taylored Expressions Key Ingredients Kit. Every month when my kit arrives I think "this one's my favorite!" And of course it always is (*grin*). That's because Taylor pulls together fun patterned papers, coordinating cardstock and ribbon, and wonderful embellies that make card-making and other paper crafting projects a breeze!

For example, here are three note cards I made in no time at all! Each is 3 1/2" square.

The pink and green cards feature images from the Friendship Blooms stamp set, which I cut out with the coordinating dies Leafy Branch Die and Friendship Bloom Dies. I love love love coordinating dies! The images are stamped in Maroon and Dark Moss Colorbox Chalk Ink. The smooth coverage of chalk inks is wonderful!

The third card shows how easy it is to make cards without stamping using elements from the Key Ingredients Kits!

Tip: I cut the prongs off of the brad and then glued it to the bow. Oh, and I LOVE the velvet texture of this patterned paper and the coordinating ribbon. Yum!

Remember, if you're already a subscriber, then your February kit will be on its way to your doorstep on the 15th. And in the meantime, you can place orders for 10% plus free shipping at the TE Store! You should have received your subscriber discount email already with your special coupon code. A few more things to remember:

1. You can find all of the February coordinating products HERE. This is a great way to get extra mileage out of your kit while knowing that everything will still match beautifully!

2. The design team is continuously adding projects to the Key Ingredients Gallery so make sure you check back often!

If you're not yet a subscriber, what are you waiting for? Click here to learn more about subscribing or click here for the Key Ingredients FAQ page!



Lau W said...

Oh so beautiful cards ! Superb papers !

Alice Wertz said...

beautiful set, Lisa!