Neat And Tangled November 2015 Release – Introducing Happy Holidays Stamps + Dies!

By Taheerah | 5th November 2015 | 9 Comments

Hey everyone!

I’m back today because it’s time for the Neat & Tangled November release! It feels so great to be creating again!!

Christmas is right around the corner and have we got an amazing Christmas release for you!! Definitely something for everyone, with some super-versatile sets!! 


Today I’m helping to introduce a new set called Happy Holidays, which is chock full of awesome sentiments and a few accent images too! Even better, it has a co-ordinating die for the main sentiments!!

Here’s what I came up with: 

I love how this turned out!

I started with a Pure White card base. I then took one of the sentiments from Bright Baubles and inked up just the dot of the ‘i’ in it, and used that to stamp the polka dot background using A:Muse inks in Cherry and Grass! I also stamped over some of them again with Versamark and heat embossed them with WOW! Metallic Gold Rich Sparkle embossing powder. 🙂

I stamped my companion sentiment from Happy Holidays using Versafine Onyx Black ink and then die cut my main sentiments using the Happy Holidays dies from Luxe Gold cardstock. The little star was die cut using the star from the Little Bits dies. I adhered them using Multi Matte Medium and I was all done!

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!



9 thoughts on “Neat And Tangled November 2015 Release – Introducing Happy Holidays Stamps + Dies!”

  1. For a moment, I was thinking "what an awesome scattered polka dot paper." Then I saw that you stamped it, with the tiny tittle, I gasped. What a fantastic way to stretch your stamps!

  2. BEAUTIFUL card Taheerah!!!
    LOVE your ELEGANT design and golden sentiment!!!
    WOW – it must have taken AGES to stamp your polka dot background, such a CLEVER use of your "i" 🙂

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