Congratulations - Little Tangles Challenge #36

1 May 2014


It's time to get out your Peach and Mint coloured supplies and play along with the latest Little Tangles Challenge by Neat and Tangled stamps.

For my card I white heat embossed the flower image from Fresh Blooms onto vellum and coloured the back of the vellum using a Copic marker.  It all looks a bit messy, but I put the flower images onto a die cut, that was on top of cotton, which was on top of some embossing paste, lol. I was trying a bit of laying ;)  I also added a few embossed leaf images from the same set.

I love the 'solid' sentiment which is from the set everyday labels.  I added the white panel to some patterned paper and the Bazzil black card base to finish it off.



Congratulations - Little Tangles #36



Congratulations - Little Tangles #36


Well that's all from me today.  Make sure you check out the Little Tangles blog, the DT have some great cards to share.

I am going to put this card in the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - Anything Goes & the Inspired By challenge.












12 comments:

  1. Is it ok if your cards robs me of words and my vocabulary is reduced to a throaty: "Whoah!" ? Yes? Good, because your card is absolutely amaaaazing! The colors, the embossing, the bold sentiment – it's perfect!

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    1. Thank you so much Julia, your comments are too kind but greatly appreciated :)

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  2. This is just so pretty! I love all of the texture! Thanks for playing at Inspired By.

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  3. This is so pretty. The colors are just amazing and I love the flowers.Thanks so much for joining us at the Simon Says Wednesday Challenge Blog! :)

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    1. Thanks Laura. Love your blog and videos :)

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  4. Tracy this is soft, feminine and gorgeous!!

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  5. Beautiful card. I like the vellum and coloring it from the back. So pretty!
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    1. Thank you so much. I love the way the vellum looked coloured, I'm going to try it again soon. Effective but so easy as you don't have to be too precise :)

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  6. This is absolutely stunning, Tracy. Love the vellum and the beautiful soft colors. Thanks for having me along this round.

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    1. Thanks Ren-Yi. Hope your well, it was great to be on the team with you again :)

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