Monday, 10 June 2013

ABNH Neat and Tangled Collaboration




A Blog Named Hero is having a collaboration with Neat and Tangled this week! Every day, you'll see wonderful inspiration using products from Neat and Tangled. For this simple but fun card, I stamped the chevron pattern from Little Tangles. I used a ruler and Copic multiliner to add in horizontal lines and create the shapes for colouring. I added sentiments from On Edge and some stickles for sparkle!

Here are the supplies I used:



14 comments:

Happy Dance said...

Yes, please! This is such a fun card, Ardyth!! I love these colors and that touch 'o stickles. It's one of those 'makes me smile' cards..absolutely love those kind--especially yours. Bev

Melissa said...

Another fantastic, graphic card!!! :) Love how you used the simple chevron pattern to create your own design by simply adding some more lines! So very creative you are! :)

Virginia L. said...

SUPERB!! Love the balance and design, Ardyth! Your precise stamping is oh.so.lovely!

Bobby said...

I love the way you added lines to make a different design. This is absolutely wonderful.

Teresa Godines #6857 said...

Love how you colored the chevrons. TFS

Tracey McNeely said...

Love this Ardyth, lvoe how you coloured the chevrons.

Geri said...

I am so "In Awe of You" and so "Happy" that you shared your "Fabulous" card with us that showcases your "Amazing" stamping ability, "Perfectly" placed elements and "Awesome" creativity!

Kristie Goulet said...

Love this, your added lines and coloring are super!

Jacquie Southas said...

Fabulous way to use the chevron & perfectly executed!

mypapercraftworld said...

Splendid, Ardyth, simply splendid ... I love it! Anita :)

Gabby said...

Very cool design! Like the colors and sparkle. :) Just bought my first two sets of N&T stamps from Danielle. Love 'em.

Barb Ghig said...

Another really fabulous design! I love how you paired these stamps and colors to create such a fun card!

Kim Heggins said...

Stunning!

Mary-Anne V said...

REally love how you coloured in this chevron pattern...awesome use of sentiments.