I have two products to showcase. Today is a special day because both are 3D products. You will love them both and a must have to have in anyone’s collections. The first product I am showcasing today is called Home Sweet Home.
When I saw this die, I was so thrilled. I am building my own Home Sweet Home and putting together this die and making my project was as exciting as planning and building my own home. Here is a picture of my own home being built. It is about half way through.
I placed the house on two rectangular coasters glued together and painted with Picket Fence distress paint. As a fence and background for the house, I used In the Garden die from Taylored Expressions die cut using Poppy Seed cardstock. Around the house, I brushed some gel medium and added artificial moss. The house can be picked up to put a battery operated tea light and put back making the house glow.
I did a similar process but used Gathered Twigs distress inks along with Chocolate Truffle and Peapod cardstocks from TE to make another model.
The artificial moss has autumn colours. Similarly, battery operated tealight can be put inside the house. Here are some closeups of the card.
Absolutely adore this die and the accessories gives the house the details. I have not showcased all the accessories. There are window boxes, flowers, grass and curtains to help jazz up the house. All the supplies using to make both the houses are listed below.
The second product I am showcasing today is a die called Matchbox. Yes, this is a cute match box die.
The best part of this Matchbox die is the scalloped and rectangle die which can be used to add layers on top or inside of the box or die cut to make a window. I have combined this die with Matchy Matchy stamp set to make my project.
I have used pattern papers from Hello Happiness pattern paper pack to die cut the Matchbox die and make the matchboxes. Then I die cut the scalloped rectangle using another pattern paper from the same pack and layered on top of the matchbox using foam adhesive. To decorate the matchbox, I stamped the bird and hat from the new Matchy Matchy stamp set, copic coloured them, die cut using the coordinating dies. I picked colours to colour the image from the pattern paper. I stamped the sentiment from the same stamp set on the wings of the bird using Oreo hybrid ink. I adhered the the bird along with the hat on top of the match box.
The box is so cute that you can put jewellery inside with personal note on a piece of paper to put with it to personalise the match box to your occasional. Hope you like it. All the supplies used to make this project is listed below.
Hope you are inspired by my sneak peek projects today. Taylored Expressions is celebrating Release Week with some fabulous giveaways! Visit the TE Blog to answer Taylor’s Question of the Day for a chance to win a prize from the latest release!
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I will see you tomorrow with release day of sneak peek projects.
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