• At Taylored Expressions we are celebrating our 4th Birthday and you’re invited to our Birthday Bash!
  • All of the new products are NOW available for purchase. You’ll find it all in the Fresh out of the Oven Department.
  • Lots of inspiration from the Baker’s Dozen – just follow the link list at the end of this post.
  • Check out the Current Specials to find out how you can earn a FREE Belated Birthday A la Carte Stamp or a FREE You Take the Cake Full-size Stamp Set.   Birthday Bash Specials will award you FREE stamps with purchases over $50 and over $150.
Yes!  It’s time to shop!  But before you go, we have even MORE new sets to show you!  I adore everything we are featuring today and I actualy made samples for all of them: Let’s Chat, Up a Tree, Mixed Blooms, plus new dies.  But I can’t show them all in one post, so I have 2 samples for now.
I’m pretty partial to Let’s Chat, since it’s a set illustrated by Emily Burger from one of my concepts. *HUGE GRIN*  It’s a super fun full-size set all about keeping in touch!  AND it has a cute little die set to match – Let’s Chat Phone Dies. Here’s my first project with this set.
Acckk!  I had so much fun making this card!  And the new Curly Border Die is so perfect too!  I matched up my Copics to some Kaisercraft rhinestones.
And next up I have a fun little project featuring the Dial in Style in Die Set.
Are these just about the cutest little note cards you have ever seen?  For the insides I used sentiments from the Let’s Chat stamp set.  These were so easy to make!  I just folded cardstock and placed the die just above the fold so the top wouldn’t cut through.  Using SU cardstock I ran it through my Big Shot 2 passes.  Easy Peasy!  I added some Liquid Pearls and a rhinestone to each dial.  Honestly the hardest part of this project was just trying to get a decent photo!  LOL!
Before you head off to shop, you’ll want to check out all the inspiration from the Baker’s Dozen.  And remember, you can always see their work organized by designer OR by stamp set in the Taylored Expressions Gallery too!
Thanks so much for stopping by.  We have one more day tomorrow, where we will finish up the Birthday Bash by showcasing all of the new products.  Please join us!

10 Responses to “Taylored Expressions September Release Day!”

  1. Julie Says:

    the curly border die is so cute, along with your colorful phones

  2. Shelly Says:

    Jami, you are one innovative woman! I love this set and can’t wait to dig in with it! Love your card and the curly border die, such bright and cheery! I’m having so much fun this release! Hugs!

  3. Jen Says:

    These are GREAT Jami! I really like the fun telephone die cards… those are so so cool!

  4. Carolyn King Says:

    That first card is so cute! I totally adore the note card set too! So glad i have the die!

  5. Stephanie Kraft Says:

    Wonderful, Jami! Love all the phones on the first one and your phone note cards are darling with the LP detail!

  6. Wanda G (stampcat) Says:

    Hi Jami! CUTE stuff there missy! Love the notecards so much, but then I love all those tiny phones too! EEEEEEK. Great set design (again!) Such a fun release week. Hope you’ve had a wonderful day. 🙂

  7. Shannon White Says:

    Oh these are soo CUTE Jami!! Wowie!! Love your bling phone card and love the curly border die too! so Perfect ( like a curly phone cord! hee hee! ) 😎 This whole release has been so fun! 😎 And your phone note cards are too Darned Sweet!! Can’t wait to start playing with that die set too! 😎 Thanks for the Fabulous inspiration! 😎


  8. Jodi Collins Says:

    SUPER cute!~ LOVE your card with the four different phones and I like how you put the Curly border on either side. Your set of phone cards makes me smile! LOVE them!!

  9. Charmaine Ikach Says:

    So cute, Jami! LOVE your phone cards. . .so bright and cheerful! LOVE what you did with the notecards!!

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