Neat & Tangled February 2014 Release – Introducing Hope Anchors

By Taheerah | 17th February 2014 | 11 Comments

Hey everyone!

I’m back with my second post of today! Please scroll down to check out this week’s Cure For The Monday Blues Challenge!!

So it’s time for the Neat & Tangled February Release! You will go absolutely crazy for the awesomeness we’re bringing you for this month!! Definitely something for everyone, with some super-versatile sets!!

Today I’m helping to introduce a new set called Hope Anchors. This is an adorable little set featuring a tattoo/hand-lettering style sentiment which ties in perfectly with the anchor that forms part of the image!

Here’s what I put together with this little beauty:

I love how soft and serene this card is – perfect for the sentiment!!

I started with a Pure White card base and stamped the strips from On The Strip 2 using Mama Elephant ink in Blush, Simon Says Stamp ink in Sea Glass, Papertrey Ink ink in Vintage Cream and Versamagic Ink in Aquatic Splash. I enjoyed changing up the widths of the stripes and stopping part-way down the card base. I impressed the bottom part with the Burlap Impression Plate to give it a more nautical feel. I flicked on some Heidi Swapp Colour Shine Mist in Gold Lame to the top half only to add a touch of glam.

Next came that sentiment! I stamped it on some torn vellum using Delicata Ink in Golden Glitz, and adhered the panel in place using Pinflair Glue Gel. I added a scattering of yummy sequins and that was my card all done!

I do strongly encourage you to visit the Neat & Tangled Blog to see what the rest of the DT has created and to hop along and leave them some love!

Thanks so much for stopping by – I would love it if you left some love before you went on your way!


11 thoughts on “Neat & Tangled February 2014 Release – Introducing Hope Anchors”

  1. I like the soft look of the background stamping and how it still shows through the vellum. The gold stamping and sequins are great. Super job.
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