Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Neat and Tangled Release Week- Day Three

Welcome. It's day three of the Neat and Tangled Release Week. Here are the two products being released today...


I created a set of note cards with the new die....

I die-cut the die out of THIS glitter paper. I love this stuff because the glitter doesn't come off. I stamped the bottom of each card using the scalloped border from THIS set in a coordinating ink.


I adhered the die on top of a foam die-cut piece for dimension...

...and finished off the cards with some sequins...

I also decided to work with the Blog Planner Stamp Set and create some stickers for my planner...


I have the Erin Condren planner and included in the back are a couple of sheets of blank, colorful sticker labels. I stamped the labels from the Blog Planner stamp set on to them using Black Staz-On ink. I chose Staz-On ink because the surface is slick and I didn't want it to smear.

Now I have labels ready to go to stick in my planner...

If you're not a planner user, you could do this same idea and give it as a gift to your planner using friends! You can also stamp directly in the planner, but I love the idea of having stickers ready to go...

Head on over to the Neat and Tangled Blog HERE for more info. and inspiration. 

Thanks so much for stopping by. I'll be back tomorrow with another project...

LINKS TO SUPPLIES USED:
Blog Planner Stamp Set can be found HERE
You Can Do Anything Die can be found HERE
Erin Condren planners can be found HERE
Sequins can be found HERE
On the Edge Stamp Set can be found HERE
Colored Cardstock can be found HERE


4 comments:

  1. I love card sets to give away and this die makes it super easy! Great idea for us "non-planners" to be able to make stuff to give to friends:)

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  2. Loving that card set! The glitter paper over foam looks wonderful and I love the border you added! Great little stickers too!

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  3. Such an awesome card set and the stickers...super FUN.

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  4. Love the card set! Great tone on tone coloring.

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