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Company: Neat & Tangled

Oh Deer! I’ve Missed Your Birthday!

Birthday Cards, Cardmaking 24 July, 2019 Tags: , , , , No Comments

Hello, I’m back again today over on the Seven Hills Crafts blog with a couple of my favourite Neat & Tangled sets. I was saddened to see the Oh Deer set is being retired, so be quick if you want it! I used this and the Lumberjack Love set to create these set of cards for belated birthday greetings. I…


Just a Wild Note to Say…

Birthday Cards, Cardmaking 27 February, 2019 Tags: , , , , , , , , No Comments

Happy Wednesday! I’m back on the Seven Hills Crafts blog again today with this cute little birthday scene card featuring the Wild Ones stamp set from Neat & Tangled and a couple of Lawn Fawn and MFT products. I started out by stamping the giraffe, monkey, tortoise and bird from the Neat & Tangled Wild Ones set with some MFT…


Mummy Love

Cardmaking, General Cards, Thank You Cards 6 February, 2019 Tags: , , , No Comments

Today’s post over on the Seven Hills Crafts blog features the Neat & Tangled Mommy, Daddy and Me set. Need a simple card to say thanks to a wonderful Mum or Dad? This set is perfect! I started out by inking up the front of a card base with some Mermaid Lagoon and Broken China Distress Inks, splashing on some…


Krafty Last Minute CAS Christmas Cards

Cardmaking 12 December, 2018 Tags: , , , , , , No Comments

Last week saw one last effort to create some clean and simple (CAS), quick but stunning homemade Christmas cards. I love the classic kraft look with traditional festive colours so all of these cards I posted over on the Seven Hills Crafts blog today follow the same simple design. I managed to create twenty cards following this same basic design. This one featuring the ‘Oh What Fun’ stamp set from Lawn Fawn is my favourite!


Celebrating with Alphas

Cardmaking 11 July, 2018 Tags: , , , No Comments

I have a bit of an experimental card for you today over on the Seven Hills Crafts blog using just two dies, some foil and some alcohol inks. It’s the first time I’ve actually used alcohol inks and they make really simple backgrounds. Add a little bit of foiling to them and it gives a beautiful marbling effect. I started…