Hi friends! TGIF! Are you ready for some sweet inspiration using brand new Neat and Tangled stamps and dies?! We are delighted to share this assortment of inspiration using NEW designs from Neat and Tangled by the amazing Cheiron Brandon! Read on enjoy!
Hi there crafty friends! This is Cheiron from Neat and Tangled and I am thrilled to show you some projects that I have made using stamps and dies from the April Release. There are new 4 stamp and die sets, 1 new cover plate die, 1 new stencil and a brand new sequin mix that are releasing today.
My first project uses the Have Courage stamp and die set. There are beautiful images in this set that can be stamped and layered and wonderful sentiments to send to anyone who could use a bit of courage. For my card, I stamped the gingko leaves in a pattern and loosely colored them in with Mission Gold watercolors. Once they were dry, I added a wash of Daniel Smith Sodalite Genuine watercolor to create my background along with some black, white and gold splatter. To complete the card, I stamped and embossed the I believe In You sentiment in white using Hero Arts White Embossing Powder.
The Making Magic set is just too cute. For this card, I’ve paired the magician and his lovely assistant together. I created the magical “air” with a bit of masking and ink blending surrounded by a pattern of tiny stamped stars.
There are so many possibilities with the Inlaid Squares Cover Plate. For this simple card, I used a piece of colorful patterned paper underneath the cover plate and added the inside squares from the die cut back in. I also used a sentiment from the Have Courage set cut into a heart.
I love all of the positive sentiments in the new Happiness stamp and die set. For this card, I did a bit of ink smooshing with Distress Oxides along with stamping of the tiny hearts over the panel in the same colors. I die cut the die from black and white and inlaid the letters into the black cardstock for a simple and uplifting card.
For the last card, a super simple combo of ink blending and Copic coloring of one of the sweet animal images from the Mommy, Daddy and Me set. Once it was colored I stamped the sentiment underneath and cut out the panel with a stitched rectangle die. I love all these cute critters and their little ones.
I hope you enjoyed this look at our April release. We hope that you love all these new and exciting products as much as we do!! Thanks to Simon Says Stamp for letting us share the excitement with you today!
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