Neat & Tangled September Release: Be Full

Welcome to Day 2 of the Neat & Tangled September Release!

How did you like Day 1?!

I know, cute eh?!!

Today we have another 3×4 Classic Danielle image!

I absolutely ADORE this one!  Did you see Danielle’s freebie that she  posted last week HERE?

So one of my favorite Fall Inspired paper collections has to be Basic Grey’s Persimmon:
paper:  basic grey/persimmon  stamps:  neat & tangled/be full ink:  fresh ink/navy  other:   pebbles adhesive tape
I teamed it up with some Pebbles glittery adhesive tape…love how this turned out!

You might not be able to tell from the photo, but I stamped the image in Fresh Ink’s Navy.

Next up is another card using the Persimmon collection:

cardstock:  strathmore watercolor  paper:  basic grey/persimmon  stamps:  neat & tangled/be full  ink:  memento rich cocoa, hero arts metallic shimmer spray
I’m super happy with the color wash.  I used Hero Art’s metallic shimmer spray…diluted it with a smidge of water and brushed it onto the watercolor paper.  I {impatiently} waited for it to dry and then stamped on top of it with memento rich cocoa.

Remember to pop over to the Neat & Tangled Blog for more inspiration & a Give-a-Way!

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24 thoughts on “Neat & Tangled September Release: Be Full”

  1. wow Amy cute cards.. love the gold border and the watercolor background.. awesome stamp release..

  2. You are fearless, my friend! I would have hovered over that sentiment for an hour before daring to touch down! Love that Persimmon collection…
    =] Michele

  3. YOWZA! awesomeness x2!!! i love that sentiment both for the thought of it AND the cool handwriting/envisionment of it. and you've used it brilliantly. TWICE! πŸ™‚

  4. Both are awesome! I love the gold, pattern paper and color wash…way to showcase the new release, Amy!

  5. Oh, love that sentiment. Both cards are great, but I love the second one a little bit more :), love that pattern paper and the watercolor wash.

  6. Cute cards Amy! I love how you used the metallic shimmer spray on watercolor paper. I'm going to have to try that!

  7. Both are wonderful! Love the stamp, and another good job with the water color technique. Waiting for it to dry is sure worth it! πŸ™‚

  8. OMGosh, Gorgeous!! I still love Persimmon, too. And did you ever rock it here, my friend!

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