Hey, crafty friends! It’s Heather here today. If you missed out on the opportunity to purchase the Very Cherry, In the Abstract, and/or Wheatfield Dreams Kits, today is your lucky day! Individual products from all three kits have now been added to the TE webstore and are available to purchase! Today on the blog, I have a few throwback videos to share from when each of the kits was released.

Click below to shop the newly released products from the Very Cherry, In the Abstract, and Wheatfield Dreams Kits and then keep scrolling to see the project inspiration and videos!

Let’s take a closer look at all of the kit products that are now available to purchase individually in the TE webstore:

First up is the Very Cherry Kit that we released in June. To get an up close look at the products included in the Very Cherry Kit, CLICK HERE to see the release day post. Listed below are the items from the kit that are now available to purchase individually:

  • Very Cherry Cling & Clear Combo set
  • Very Cherry stencil
  • Clearly Crafty Cherry on Top stamp set
  • Cherry on Top die collection
  • Open Scallop Circle die
  • Very Cherry Envelope Seals

The first video for today is from Emily Leiphart and she is sharing a trio of cards that she created with the Very Cherry products. Watch below to see how the cards come together:

In the video, Emily gives you a closer look at all of the products in the Very Cherry Kit and creates three cards with it. Two of the cards feature backgrounds created with the Very Cherry Cling & Clear Combo and coordinating stencil. For the other card, Emily creates a shaker using the Open Scallop Circle die and uses the Cherry on Top stamp set (+ coordinating dies) to add cherry images to the front of the card. Emily stamps and embosses a variety of sentiments from the Cherry on Top stamp set and cuts them out using the Mini Strips Backer die to use on her cards.

You can CLICK HERE to check out the original post that featured this video to get a closer look at Emily’s projects. All of the supplies that Emily used are included in the list below:

Next is the In the Abstract Kit that was released in August. To get an up close look at the products included in the In the Abstract Kit Kit, CLICK HERE to see the release day post. Listed below are the items from the kit that are now available to purchase individually:

This next video features a set of cards created by Joy Baldwin with the In the Abstract Kit products. Watch as Joy walks you through the steps for how to make the cards in the video below:

In the video, Joy shares how to use the Abstract Accents Stencil & Clear set to create backgrounds/design bases for her cards. She uses the stencils and stencil inserts to create different abstract shape arrangements for each card. Joy uses the clear stamps from the set to stamp and emboss details onto the stenciled designs. The sentiments are stamped and/or embossed from the Beautiful Soul stamp set and Joy added extra texture and dimension to each of her cards with the Subtle Sprigs die collection from the kit and the Branch Out die collection.

You can CLICK HERE to check out the original post that featured this video to get a closer look at Joy’s projects. All of the supplies that Joy used are included in the list below:

Finally is the Wheatfield Dreams Kit that was released in September. To get an up close look at the products included in the Wheatfield Dreams Kit, CLICK HERE to see the release day post. Listed below are the items from the kit that are now available to purchase individually:

  • Wheatfield Dreams stamp set
  • Wheatfield Dreams die collection
  • Burlap Background stamp
  • Foil It – Wheatfield panels
  • Copper embossing powder (1 oz.)
  • Wheatfield Dreams Envelope Seals

This next video features a card project created by me (Heather Nichols) with the Wheatfield Dreams Kit products. Watch as I walk you through the steps for how to make the card in the video below:

In the video, I create a pair of cards using the Wheatfield Dreams Kit. The images from the Wheatfield Dreams stamp set are embossed with copper embossing powder on watercolor cardstock and I add color with liquid watercolor paints. The card backgrounds are stamped with the Burlap Background stamp and have splatters added over everything.

You can CLICK HERE to check out the original post that featured this video to get a closer look at my projects. All of the supplies that I used are included in the list below:

Join Taylor live for “T Time” at 1pm Central today on the Taylored Expressions Facebook Page. She’ll be sharing a closer look at the products from the Very Cherry, In the Abstract, and Wheatfield Dreams Kits that are now available to purchase individually. We hope to see you there – come join in the fun!

Stop back at the TE blog again on Thursday for a few more throwback projects using the products from the Very Cherry, In the Abstract, and Wheatfield Dreams Kits. Thank you for stopping by today and I hope you enjoyed the crafty inspiration in the videos!

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