Neat & Tangled October 2014 Release – Introducing Winter Wishes & Falling Flakes

By Taheerah | 20th October 2014 | 10 Comments

Hey everyone! Welcome back!

This is my second post of the day. Please scroll down for this week’s Cure For The Monday Blues Challenge!! 🙂

So it’s time for the Neat & Tangled October Release! We have *six* awesome sets being released this month!! Definitely something for everyone, with some super-versatile sets!! 

Today I’m helping to introduce two new sets called Winter Wishes and Falling Flakes. These awesome sets are *perfect* for your modern holiday cards!!

I decided to go with using one of the sentiments from Winter Wishes and theming my card around it:

I love how this turned out! 

I started with a panel of Pure White cardstock and blended in Distress Inks in Festive Berries, Barn Door and Fired Brick. I then splattered on some water mixed with a little Perfect Pearls for a sort of bokeh look! 

I stamped the houses and tree using Versamark ink then heat embossed with WOW! Fluorescent Green embossing powder. I used the tree on its side as an arrow to match the sentiment! I then stamped the sentiment using Versafine Onyx Black ink then overstamped Falling Flakes using GinaK White pigment ink before adhering my panel to a White Woodgrain card base. What, the sentiment is wonky? Shhh….

Neat and Tangled Release

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! There are prizes in it for you!

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



10 thoughts on “Neat & Tangled October 2014 Release – Introducing Winter Wishes & Falling Flakes”

  1. That background is awesome! I think I need some more shades of red distress ink! I LOVE that splatter bokeh effect! Amazing! And I {heart} that stamp set!!! Gotta get that one! 🙂

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