Neat & Tangled teamed up with Cosmo Cricket!

Did you know that this week Neat & Tangled has teamed up with Cosmo Cricket?  Cosmo Cricket has this great paper called, Just Add Watercolor.  It’s amazing paper that you literally add watercolor to reveal designs!

See how the hearts appear with splashes of watercolor?
You can see them a smidge better in this photo:

The sentiment is from Neat & Tangled’s

Any guesses where the corrugated cardboard is from?  I upcycled a Starbucks sleeve!

I have another card on the Neat & Tangled blog, here’s a sneak peek of it:


Thanks so much for stoppin’ by and I’d love for you to hop over to the Neat & Tangled blog to see my entire project along with some inspiration from my teamie, Miriam

Super big shout out to Cosmo Cricket for the fun goodies!

30 thoughts on “Neat & Tangled teamed up with Cosmo Cricket!”

  1. awesome card Amy.. love how you added the washi tape and I seen your N&T cards.. nicely done.. they are gorgeous

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  2. How cool is that paper! Brilliant..my kind of water-colouring (no mess!). Starbucks coffee sleeve…umm, only brilliant! Your shaker card: gorgeous!!
    Hugs~c

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  3. That is such cool paper. I love that designs "appear" with the paint. Such a fun concept. Love that you used recycled cardboard on that card and your shaker is so soft and beautiful. Really great design.

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  4. BEAUTIFULLY done, Amy! Your shaker card is lovely with all that yummy pattern paper and images on vellum! PS: I have a "thing" for Starbucks coffee sleeves…it's been a while since I use them πŸ™‚

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  5. I immediately guessed the cardboard was from a coffee sleeve! Ha ha! Amazing!!! LOOOOOVE the hint of watercoloring and the minty color – yes!
    And your shaker card, wowzza! Love love love!!!!

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  6. Oh my goodness Amy, your cards are wonderful. After checking out this watercolour paper a little closer, I am finding myself daydreaming of things I'd like to do with it, if I had some. It is amazing!

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  7. What an awesome card! I need to look into this watercolor paper, it sounds amazing! And I LOVE how you reused a Starbucks sleeve!

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  8. Such a pretty card, the resist paper is so fun.
    I love the hearts.
    Those coffee sleeves are such great crafty material πŸ™‚

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  9. Adore shaker cards and this one says light and spring.
    We were hit with an ice storm last night and some gorgeous trees have been taken out by oh so heavy ice weight. Thank goodness the roads are great during the day. (North of Atlanta)
    Soooo, seeing this light and bright card is lovely. πŸ™‚

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  10. GREAT cards, Amy!! And while I've got my crafting budget on hold for the time being, this paper is moving to the top of my wish list! Awesome!!! Have a great week. Bev

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  11. omgosh, what a cool concept for watercolor paper! Love how you used it on your card with just the little peekaboo corners. So awesome!

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  12. Two fab cards, Amy! Bet you have nuff Starbuck's cup sleeves for hundreds of card embellishments ~ HA!
    The watercolor paper is a really great technique and I just love the softness of the shaker card you created, very pretty.

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