Friday, October 22, 2021

Double Duty - Taylored Expressions

Barb, Kelly and I have a few different challenge/series going on each month. You're probably familiar with at least some of them - Three Musketeers, Ready Set Go!, Stamp What, Hot Mess Success... and on the 22nd of each month, the Double Duty series. This one was Barb's idea - and it is a lot of fun! A few months ago Barb invited another friend - Carol - to join us in this adventure.

Each month we each choose one stamp set from a pre-determined stamp company and make two cards using it. At least one thing has to be seen on both cards (color, embellishment, stamp, etc.). We post on a double-digit day each month, too - the 22nd. Today is the day!

This month's company is Taylored Expressions. I love Love LOVE Taylored Expressions and have several of their stamp sets. I also had the honor of meeting Taylor many years ago - she came to a Copic class that I took in Des Moines Iowa. She is just as sweet as can be! 

For this month's cards I chose Taylored Expressions' Poinsettia Bouquet stamp/die set.


Card #1




Card #2




I used the same color scheme on both cards as well as some of the same papers. The embellishments and dies are the same, too... so lots of similarities.

Be sure to check out Barb's blogKelly's blog, and Carol's blog to see their Double Duty posts, too.

Thank you for stopping by my blog today!

Stamp/Die Set: Taylored Expressions Poinsettia Bouquet stamped with Memento Tuxedo Black Ink and colored with Copic Markers 

Papers: Neenah 110# White, Recollections Black, and SU Shaded Spruce CS and DP from my scrap file

Dies/Punch: MFT Stitched Rectangle Die and SU Oval Punch

Embellishment: Recollections Rhinestones and SU Ribbon


2 comments:

  1. Gorgeous card with your wonderful potted poinsettias!! What beautiful holiday cards, Jeanette!

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  2. Hoe pretty are these two cards Jeanette - loving the backgrounds that really let the poinsettia shine, and the simple gems to add that wee bit of sparkle
    Stay safe
    Blessings
    Maxine

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