felt with the heart…


Good morning!

I’m a big fan of Taylored Expressions, so when I received an invite to participate in the Blast from the Past blog hop. Not a chance I’d say, no! The problem was deciding which set I’d get inky. From the first use, Discover Your Wings has been a go-to set when I needed something fast and fabulous.  I love the large silhouette blossoms, and I’ve been happy with both my bright and happycards, as well as my more subtle sympathy cards.


Last night I needed fast and fun cards for teachers. I think these will work.


Here is another card that I created a few weeks ago with this same set with a softer, more serene look.

I’m off to see the ‘living Missouri museum’ in a few minutes at my oldest daughter’s school. My daughter is acting as Walt Disney this morning. Her BFF as Laura Ingalls Wilder. The girls were so excited this morning with their costumes in tow. It should be a lot of fun, and I’m looking forward to seeing all of the show-me-state legacies.

Before I run to the school, I’ll be checking out cards from my fellow hoppers. Your next stop on the hop is the incredible Taylored Expressions’ artist:

Nancy McKinney.


Thanks for stopping by!

25 responses to “felt with the heart…

  1. These are beautiful Lori! The cards have such different feels with the colours you used on each one!

  2. Happy Birthday!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Both of your cards are gorgeous and have had the desired effect…I want to get that set out and play with it!

  3. I hear it’s your birthday! Sounds like you have a full day of fun planned. Lovely cards (and you’ve used on of my favourite sets ;)…

  4. These are AMAZING!

  5. Both are gorgeous cards, love the incorporation of just a little patterned paper on them. Happy Birthday-hope it’s a good one for you!

  6. Lori, your cards are fabulous! Love the bright colors on the first card, but that second card has me swooning!!! LOVE the soft colors!

  7. Happy Birthday to you! Happy Birthday to you! Happy Birthday dear Lori! Happy Birthday to you! I hope you’re having a fabulous day!

    I love both of these cards! It’s amazing what different looks you achieved with the same set!

    Thanks for playing in the Blast from the Past blog hop!

  8. Happy Birthday sweet Lori!!!!
    I LOVE both of these! The clean and simple layouts and the colors are AMAZING!!!! Have an AWESOME day!!!

  9. beautiful cards, Lori! Big birthday hugs to you! hope your day is FABULOUS

  10. These are beautiful, Lori. I love the vibrant colors of the first one. The second one is a perfect Sympathy card. Have a great Birthday.

  11. Fabulous cards Lori! Love the colors on the Kraft backgorund paper! I used that same set. :o)

  12. BEAUTIFUL! Happy Hoppin’!

  13. OH MY stars!! these are just stunning!! you’re awesome Lori!! perfection all around! 🙂

  14. Beautiful, Lori! You really showed the versatility of this set by creating two lovely cards!!

  15. Gorgeous gorgeous cards! Your very talented.
    Kristy xx

  16. Awesome job on both cards. Love the colors you used.

  17. Bonnie aka raduse


  18. THUD! You for sure worked your magic with this set….LOVE your cards and so glad you were able to join the hop!

  19. THUD! You worked your magic with this set…such adorable cards and so glad you were able to join the hop!

  20. Oh my, those are GORGEOUS Lori!!

  21. Beautiful!!!! Just beautiful! Love the sparkles on the flowers 😀

  22. Happy belated birthday, Lori!!!! I hope you had a truly blessed day, and that all your wishes comes true!

    What beautiful cards you’ve made… I love the soft colors and serene feeling they bring.


  23. Lori these are gorgeous girl!!! Love the blue one with it’s soft, soothing elegance and the first one is just SO COOL!!! Love the fun, happy colours, gorgeous design and touches of sparkle!!! 🙂 How did the trip to the museum go?? I be the girls had a wonderful time!!!

  24. Wow, those are just gorgeous!! Those are some lucky teachers to get cards like that from you.

    Walt Disney and Laura Ingalls Wilder? Two of my very favourite people ever. I think Laura takes top honours, though. I would have loved to have seen both girls. I bet it was wonderful.

  25. I am totally in love with the soft Sympathy card – so pretty!

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