Introducing June Guest Designer - Janna Werner

Happy Friday!  Can you believe that it is already June?  Today we are introducing this month's guest designer, Janna Werner.  Janna is scrapbooker, teacher, and mixed media artist.  She has a wonderful, fresh, clean style, we are in for a treat this month!  Here's a little more about Janna:

My name is Janna Werner. I am a 38-year old mixed media creative & online teacher based in Northern Germany. I've been scrapbooking since 2011, have been a member of different design teams, and have taught many online classes and workshops throughout Europe. I published a book called 'Paper Art' in 2014, have co-published a scrapbooking magazine, and designed scrapbooking products.

I have always been a big fan of stationery and paper. Then a friend introduced me to took about 3 months until I got hooked. I enjoy scrapbooking a lot, working with paper and embellishments is my kind of meditation. But I also like to create other crafty & artsy projects, such as paperflowers, gift wrappings, drawings, mixed media canvases or Artist Trading Cards. I call myself a mixed media creative as I love to mix materials and techniques.

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Now that you know a little more about Janna and where to find her, check out this week's project:

Hello crafty friends, I am excited to be Neat and Tangled's guest designer in June, I hope to inspire you with my creations.

The first project I would like to share is a scrapbooking page. As you can see, it is clean and simple with stamping, die cutting and heat embossed highlights.

I started by stamping the Falling Hearts onto white cardstock, added golden embossing powder and used a heat gun to melt the powder. Afterwards I attached the white onto a rose cardstock. The other stamp sets I used are Medallion Flower Builder and Heart Of Gold. The hearts and circles are cut out with the Scored Shapes Dies, I punched the shapes from patterned paper and from a stamped image, the big heart from the Heart of Gold set.

I cut some of the stamps apart, that is so convenient about polymer stamps... you do not damage them when cutting words and images apart - you get an even bigger variety like that.

Hope you liked today's inspiration!
See you soon,


  1. Hello Jana, this is the second time I have "met" you today :-)
    Glad to see you using the stamps for scrapbooking. Wonderful layout and I love the gold embossed edges!


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