First up: Sent with Love . . .
. . . along with the prettiest Wings:
I've also used the TCP Small Envie dies to include extra love in the form of sequins, and cut the gorgeous little heart out of a little snippet of gold foil paper!
My sentiment was stamped in Delicata Gold pigment ink.
My second card is made with another fabulous new die:
and that adorable little heart-shaped nest from
Sent with Love:
I've used some very basic dies to create the perfect platform for this little nest!
I do hope I've sparked your interest in seeing what else TCP has to offer - coming next week!
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Beautiful cards! Love the wings and the 'blessed' die! I have actually been wanting a set of wing dies... so these go right on my wish list!
Just beautiful. The color palette of your cards are just so fresh.
Sooo beautifully done....soft and pretty as can be!
The wings are so pretty!
Loved both cards,clean and simple, color choice was very crisp and I really liked the blessed die as I can think of so many cards that it would be just
the perfect sentiment. Thanks for sharing.
Gorgeous cards! Jo x
Both your cards are fabulous Michele!!!!
Absolutely fabulous cards, Michele! Although I am so not ready for cards beyond Christmas! I know it's the way of things, but I'm barely getting into Christmas right now. (*typical 16 year old exasperated deep sigh*) Love the wings on the first card. It has an etheral quality. The second card is lovely with the die and oh so full of love! Excellent work, my friend! xo
I adore both of these cards! The blue that you used is so light and airy. The dimension on the first card is stunning tfs.
Wow! These are so gorgeous, Michele! I love those pretty wings! Very inspiring!
Love the designs of these beautiful cards.
Very beautiful cards! Love them both so much. You are one talented lady!!
I love both of these cards Michele - gorgeous, fresh, creative.
Stunning cards once again Michele. Love them both to pieces.
So fresh and pretty--love the colors you chose for these wonderful stamps and die cuts! The heart shaped nest is precious and a favorite for me!
You always make such lovely creations. I adore that first card with the angel wings!!!
Your cards are so beautiful! I am excited about the new products that you used!
Lovely cards, and a great surprise to see a new release!
Gorgeous cards, Michele! I love the 'dreamy effect' you created with your watercolored background on the first card, and the wings? Oh, be still, my heart! Love the texture on the gold heart and your vellum envie is sheer perfection! I'm fussy about my heart shapes, and this one is really fabulous! Your die cut sentiment and stamping work perfectly in the lovely color palette on your 2nd card, too...I'm really looking forward to this release :)
Oh...my...goodness!!! Those wings have stolen my heart. This is such a pretty card Michele, a new favorite!! The second is fabulous too. I might just "need" that word die!!
Those wings are wonderful carrying that envelope through your beautifully colored background, Michele. Love that color on the second card.
The WINGS!!!! I need them. Love the cards you made! Wow!
Fab cards Michele! I always love a card with wings! Beautiful watercoloring! That mint blessed card... so striking in it's beauty! WOW you made that color awesome!
Wow, Michele ... these are both dreamy, delicate, delectable ... and oh so gorgeous ... you brought your usual touch of genius to TCP here! I do especially love the colour combo on the second! Hugs, Anita :)
I don't know what to say...I love these colors with this release, just perfect!
Beautiful x two! The wings delivering a love message...oh my! The pretty, crisp colours of the second are perfect for your images! How lovely is that heart die...and the wee heart nest...and the die cut blesssed...oh, and the font of the thankful for you! Guess you can tell I'm quite enamoured...
These are so very beautiful Michele!
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