Neat & Tangled / Scrapbook Circle Blog Hop Week

This is post 2 of 2 today…please click here for the Hero Arts + Clearly Kelly Planner Blog Hop!

Did you know that Neat & Tangled has collaborated with Scrapbook Circle this week?  Danielle has designed an exclusive stamp set for Scrapbook Circle.  We have been sharing projects created using the October kit:  Mix Tape and the Scrapbook Circle team will be featuring projects using the exclusive stamp set as well.  Please be sure to visit the blogs each day.  At the end of the week, one lucky commenter on the Neat & Tangled blog will win a $30 credit to the Scrapbook Circle store, and one lucky commenter on the Scrapbook Circle blog will win a $30 Neat & Tangled credit!

Hopefully you’ve popped over here from the Neat & Tangled blog where I’m sharing a different card using the Mix Tape October Kit.  I made this card especially for my blog post today:

all supplies except for twine:  scrapbook circle october mix tape
I adore the exclusive stamp that Danielle designed, don’t you?!  Her signature handwriting is always the best!  I wanted to make the sentiment be the star of the show so I stamped it on the Basic Grey Lyrics paper and used a large circle die.  The base is Bella Blvd’s Illustrated Faith/Admirable.  Oh my, the  Elle’s Studio Thankful cork is GORGEOUS…I used the tag and stamped the book image onto it with Ranger Archival Black ink and topped it off with some fun aqua twine from my personal stash.

Love all the different elements of the design but that it was a super quick card to make!

Guess what?!  I have an extra exclusive stamp to give-a-way!
All you have to do is leave me a comment!  Totally not mandatory but remember, to leave comments on the Neat & Tangled blog posts for this week to be put into a drawing for a $30 Scrapbook Circle store AND leave comments on the Scrapbook Circle blog posts for this week for a chance to win a $30 Neat & Tangled credit…totally win-win.
I’ll use to draw for a winner.   Commenting will be open through Monday, October 12th.  I’ll post the winner sometime on Tuesday!  

the fine print:
Make sure there is a way to contact you, if there isn’t, I’ll have to draw another winner.  You will have until Saturday, October 17th to claim your prize or I will need to draw for another winner.

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40 thoughts on “Neat & Tangled / Scrapbook Circle Blog Hop Week”

  1. Wow Amy! You truly highlighted the sentiment beautifully, Love that cutest cork tag with stamping perfect match with this sentiment and super cute creation!, Love it!

  2. This card is so lovely and that stampis the cutest.
    Love those little books and the sentiment is perfect.

  3. This is so cool, Amy! I love the graphic look of the striped background, and love that you made that fun sentiment the real star of the card. The books stamped on the cork tag is just amazing, too. Always love what cork does to a design.

  4. As an avid book reader I love any stamps that deal with books.
    this one is great. I love the little wood piece that you have on your card.
    Great idea that I'll be using for my cards.
    thanks for sharing.

  5. Oh wow! I love this card! Your project is amazing! I like so much this stamp set! Thank you for this chance!

  6. Great design, Amy! I just LOVE this sentiment. It's so perfect for a scrapbook! ♡Dawn@Petals.Paper.SimpleThymes

  7. Just saw this on Instagram, love it so much!! The cork is so cool and love the stripey background. Fabulous!!

  8. Super cute card and I love the books on the cork. Great job!
    ( I JUST stamped on cork yesterday for the first time. I loved it and it looks so awesome.)

  9. Fabulous card, Amy! Love how the sentiment looks like it is under a spotlight center stagew 🙂 the books stamped on cork is so fun ~ great design!

  10. The simplicity of your card looks fabulous……how PERFECT is the title, really great card Amy!

  11. This striped card is sooooooooooooo totally adorable Amy. Like how the stripes are not even. Adds tons of character. The city scape on cork is perfection and really like the sentiment circle.

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