Saturday, September 16, 2017

Neat & Tangled joins SFL




Time to grab your coffee, sit back again, and hop along with us! We are thrilled to be bringing this lovely brand to our Scrapping for Less website. Danielle from Neat and Tangled and Teresa chatted on the phone as well as emailed back and forth. Teresa asked her to give us some insight on her brand and her company… if you missed it, check out the Brand Focus interview here.
So, on to the hop…the Design Team chose a wide variety of Neat and Tangled stamps to use for their projects this month. Let’s see what they have to offer for us today! I just know you are going to be wowed!
And also don’t forget to enter the Rafflecopter for a chance to win this month’s prize!



I love a great set of sentiments! Especially when it has fun fonts... and that's 
what I have to share with you today. This is the Kindness Matters set from Neat & Tangled.




My card is pretty simple. I blended some distress oxide inks on a piece of white card stock. Using the Tim Holtz Platform, I stamped three of the words at a bit of an angle for a background. The Platform made it easy for me to position the stamps once and then move my card stock to get a nice pattern. I chose another sentiment for my focal point that I stamped with VersaMark ink and heat embossed with a fine black embossing powder. I used a die cut to cut out the focal piece and adhered it to an orange mat. I die cut the scalloped rectangle piece out of a piece of kraft card stock. I layered all of the pieces together and then adhered them to a white card base. I added just a few drops of gloss white Nuvo crystal drops. This card could easily be jazzed up with some ribbon or even more drops but I was wanting to keep this one simple.

Now keep on hopping to see even more wonderful ideas from the Design Team:



Crystal O. Minkler <--- you're here

next up ---> Sandy Hentzel


Don’t forget to head on back to the Scrapping for Less Blog after you hop along to enter the Rafflecopter for a chance to win a complete kit!

Thanks for stopping by!

See ya next time.
~ Crystal




8 comments:

  1. Great card Crystal! I love the simpleness of this card! Thank you for your hard work!

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  2. Your card is very elegant. Ordered my first set of Distress Oxide inks and can't wait to play with them. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  3. I like how beautifully you made everything blend on your card .The words pop off the front an looks simply wonderful!

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  4. I love the blending. I need sentiment stamps and these are great.
    Lora Davidson

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