Neat And Tangled May 2016 Release – Introducing Fractal Cloud Stamp Set and Dies!

By Taheerah | 17th May 2016 | 28 Comments

Hey everyone! Happy Tuesday!

I’m back again for the Neat & Tangled May release! Haven’t all the new goodies been amazing?! Quite possibly one of the most amazing releases ever!

There’s a huge amount of goodies being released this month and I just *know* you’re going to love it all!!  

 

Today I’m helping to introduce another of the ‘Fractal’ products. Geometrics are still so hot and the Fractal Cloud stamp set is a great addition to the line – but the accompanying dies are even better!

Here’s what I came up with:

I still can’t get enough of mint, pink and gold – such a great combination!

I die cut the cloud from glitter paper and from cardstock to give it a firmer backing, poking out only some of the triangular pieces. I adhered it using my trusty Pinflair Glue Gel to give it dimension off my watercoloured panel. If you peek behind the cloud you’ll see a sneak of one of the other awesome new dies being released this month!

I used the new Hexastar stencil to add the background to my card base, applying Distress Inks directly to it, misting with water then pressing my base onto it. Love the mottled, abstract look it gives!

 
Neat and Tangled Release Week 

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!

 

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28 thoughts on “Neat And Tangled May 2016 Release – Introducing Fractal Cloud Stamp Set and Dies!”

  1. I love pink and gold too! I like the way your used the sun die to emboss behind the fractal cloud. The stencil background really adds some interest instead of using a plain white card but not too much as to be distracting. Love it!

  2. Great details from the stencil monoprint watercolor background to the glitter cloud to the shower greeting backed on black and the hint of another die peeking behind the cloud.

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