Neat & Tangled / The Cut Shoppe Blog Hop - Day 4


Time flies!  It's already Day 4 of our week-long collaboration with The Cut Shoppe, an Etsy store which sells a variety of cut files (in SVG/PNG format) for use with electronic die cut machines.  

Each day this week we'll be featuring projects using The Cut Shoppe's files, and The Cut Shoppe team will be featuring projects using Neat & Tangled stamps on their blog.  Be sure to stop by each blog as there are giveaways!  The Cut Shoppe will be selecting one lucky commenter to win a $25 credit at the Neat & Tangled shop, and we'll be selecting one commenter from our blog to win a $20 credit for  The Cut Shoppe.  In addition, The Cut Shoppe is offering everyone a special discount this week.  Use code TCSNT30 for 30% off at the Cut Shoppe April 13-19.  

Mayuri here today to share a couple of cards for the Neat & Tangled collaboration with The Cut Shoppe and their awesome range of cut files. I made two cards, each using a different cut file and combining it with some Neat and Tangled stamps – here’s the first:

©Candles in the Garden. Neat and Tangled collaboration with The Cut Shoppe.
I began by layering a piece of pattern paper with a piece of vellum - I'd stamped the Time Warp image onto the vellum with Delicata Golden Glitz ink. To make the gold stand out a little more, I brushed over it with Gold Perfect Pearls and misted lightly with water to set.

©Candles in the Garden. Neat and Tangled collaboration with The Cut Shoppe.
The star cut file was die-cut on my Silhouette Cameo out of cardstock, spritzed with some bright Dylusions ink sprays and adhered to one side of the paper layers. I added a wood veneer embellishment for a bit of interest too.

©Candles in the Garden. Neat and Tangled collaboration with The Cut Shoppe.
The sentiment comes from Gifts for You and was stamped onto a scrap piece of pattern paper and heat embossed in gold. This was also adhered to the vellum along with a few sequins before foam mounting to the card base. Here's the second card:
©Candles in the Garden. Neat and Tangled collaboration with The Cut Shoppe.
I began by die-cutting the leaves on my Cameo out of some lightweight pearlescent paper and again spritzing with some Dylusions sprays. I heat set and then trimmed a section of this down to fit the front of a card, and adhered with dots of Glossy Accent

©Candles in the Garden. Neat and Tangled collaboration with The Cut Shoppe.
The sentiment comes from the Dala Horse stamp set and was heat embossed in white on black cardstock. I trimmed it down roughly and foam mounted to the card front.
©Candles in the Garden. Neat and Tangled collaboration with The Cut Shoppe.

I finished up with a scattering of sequins! Be sure to stop by the Cut Shoppe blog for more inspiration, and come back tomorrow for our grand finale!

20 comments

  1. Love seeing how you used the cut files on your cards! The gold on the first card is fabulous!!

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  2. wow! gorgeous cards! i just LOOOOOVE the layers on the first card! that star cut file is awesome!! so rad!! and the 2nd card is stunning!! LOOOOOOOOVE the colors! wow!!

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  3. I love your STAR with arrow.

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  4. Such wonderful colors you've used! They really shine and give the die cuts a great look! TFS!

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  5. Awesome. I like the cut files you used and the dylusions sprays.

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  6. Woah.....that last card is amazing!!

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  7. I love how the star and the paper curl. the star is beautiful.
    I thought the second card might be peacock feathers. The colors are so reminiscent of the colors in the peacock's tail.
    Beautiful.
    thanks for sharing.

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  8. Holy cow, that star is awesome! I've really enjoyed seeing ways to use Ashley's cuts on cards this week and I think your stamps are so well suited for pairing with her cut files.

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  9. Both of your cards are gorgeous!
    Love the coloring on them and
    great cut files!
    Carla from Utah

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  10. wow this cards are so amazing and beautiful!!!

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  11. Mayuri these are amazing!!! You girls are killing me with these cut files!! I don't have a Silhouette!!
    =] Michele

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  12. These are wonderful cards!!

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  13. Love the use of vellum and the fun cut files that were shown. How perfect!

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  14. Beautiful cards!! Loving the Designs and the colors!! ;) thanks for sharing and have a Fabulous Weekend!! ;)

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  15. Another beautiful inspirations wow! I need to get that leave background :)

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