November 2018 Release Day 1: Triangle Box Die + Gift Card Box: Christmas Sentiments Stamps

Hello friends!

It's that magical time - November release week starts today! This month we have a great mix of stamps, dies and stencils sure to spark your creativity! All new products will be available on Friday, November 9th at 8am EST. Be sure to stop by here everyday this week for lots of fun, inspiration, and giveaways!

Today we have two new products designed by Miriam Prantner.

First up, we have Gift Card Box - Christmas Sentiment Stamp Set.  You guys LOVE our Gift Card Box Die, and we thought you would need a sentiment set to use with it for the holidays! It also works with the Gift Card Box Additions and Build a Tag die sets.  And if you keep reading you'll see it works with our newest box die as well! (Also, the Gift Card Box and Additions dies will be back in stock on Friday when the new release goes live!) 
 Miriam has also designed for you our new Triangle Box die! Square is so predictable so we thought we'd get creative and give you a new shape for your treats! Our triangle box is unique and creative -  sure surprise for the recipient! The multiple dies allow you to create windows and banners to customize however you'd like!


And now for some incredible inspiration! Be sure to head to each design team members blogs for details by clicking on the photos, and for a chance to win a $25 gift certificate! One person will be chosen from among comments on the design team members blogs!




















Day 1 is sure making me feel festive! :)
Would you like to win our new Triangle Box Die and Gift Card Box - Christmas Sentiments stamps? To enter:

1. Be a follower and leave a comment! What would you put in this new little treat box?
2. Follow us on Facebook and share about release with your friends! (leave another comment)
3. Follow Neat and Tangled on Instagram and repost about our release! Use #neatandtangled (leave another comment here)

102 comments

  1. These are such fun!! Love the ornament idea!

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  2. I am a blog follower. :) I would put little treats inside the box.

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  3. SQUEAL!! AMAZING Inspiration as usual!! I CAN'T WAIT to see ALL of the NEW Products!! I'd put Treats and maybe some Handmade Jewelry Gifts inside!! THANKS for sharing and have a FABULOUS Release Week!!

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  4. That box is so fun and versatile! I can totally see making a cute winter or holiday scene inside it and hanging it on the tree. Love!

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  5. I love the idea of putting in little JellyBellies or chocolate covered coffee beans!

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  6. Such a sweet little box! I love that you included Hanukkah in the mix - thank you!! What would I put in the box? I think one of the discs on my Cookie Press makes triangle shaped mini cookies... those would fit perfectly! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  7. I shared about the release on Facebook (I am not on Instagram, sorry!) <3

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  8. Love this triangular box die, I would put either treats or jewelry in the box.

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  9. Awesome new products! I love how the new sentiments work with previously released items and that new triangle box looks fabulous!!!! The DT did an amazing job showcasing these new goodies as well :)

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  10. Gorgeous projects with these delicious new goodies ... thank you for all the inspiration! Those cute triangle boxes would be great for a different kind of Advent Calender. Number them 1-24 and pop a different figure or animal for the nativity scene in each one. As each December day passes and the boxes are opened, the figures/animals could be added to the creche, with the final one being Baby Jesus on Christmas Eve! Happy Feedly Follower, Anita :)

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  11. So sweet, I love all the inspiration - especially the little "christmas tree", and the tree decoration - such great ideas! I would use this box for little treats, but also for some gifts for crafty friends (like a small die or a sequin mix!), or for small jewellery pieces - perfect for earrings, or a bracelet

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  12. Liked and shared
    on Facebook.
    Carla from Utah

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  13. Reposted on
    Instagram.
    Carla from Utah

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  14. Love all the fun ways
    to use this triangle box!
    Great design.
    Carla from Utah

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  15. OMG ! I love this stamp set and all the dies ! Just perfect for gift of christmas !

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  16. Love these little triangle boxes and the sentiment set!
    I'd put jewelry in the box!

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  17. WOW! Super fun and oh so useful for this upcoming season. Can't wait to see more.

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  18. I'm a follower. I think this is such a cute idea! I'm not sure what I would put inside ... a pair of earrings or other jewelry.

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  19. I shared the release on my FB page.

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  20. I love these. I'd use them as favors for my daughter's dance team and girl scout troop.

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  21. The triangle box is fantabulous...love all the creative ways the design team used this die! I think it would be great in stockings with some special chocolate treats but my fave way to use it would be to give jewelry!

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  22. This little box is fabulous! It's perfect for a piece of jewelry or some yummy chocolate.

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  23. I follow on Facebook and shared with my friends.

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  24. I follow on Instagram--don't want to miss a thing.

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  25. I follow on Instagram and repost the release!

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  26. I shared with friends on FB and follow there

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  27. I would put little chocolate in the box! It's too cute!

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  28. I love these!!! I would put candy in them. Maybe make an advent calender with them!!

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  29. Love the triangle gift box, so many variations and is perfect for
    small treats! I'm always on the lookout for new sentiments and
    these are great.
    I follow by email.

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  30. I am a sucker for treat boxes, so this one makes me very happy, and I'm happy to have additions to the previous gift box sets too.

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  31. I would put chocolates or pecan turtles!!! or little car for a boy or riny doll for a girl!!!

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  32. I followed and shared on facebook!!!

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  33. I'm so excited for the triangular gift box! My patterned paper stash is ready! I would put jewelry or chocolates in these boxes. It's the perfect size for a pair of earrings or a ring. I love how Sveta turned them into trees and decorated them!

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  34. I would put candy and I'd use to decorate the Christmas table, or I'd put a picture and use it as an ornament as Miriam did. Love it! TFS

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  35. What a fabulous box design. I think jewelry would be a nice gift in this box.

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  36. Great triangle box dies. I would use them for place settings at Christmas and fill with chocolate!

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  37. These treat boxes are so sweet! Chocolates definitely need to go in them.

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  38. That triangle box is sooo cute.

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  39. These are amazing - I love the new release and especially the triangle box die!

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  40. Oh what fabulous new products, perfect for all of the little treat packaging for the holidays!

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  41. What a sweet little box! I'd put some kind of candy in it :) Wonderful inspiration as always!

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  42. So fun to see all the creative ways y'all use the new release! I 'd put a golf ball marker and fees maybe, or a little cash in the triangles and put in my guys' Christmas stockings.

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  43. 1. Beautiful release!!! I'd put treats or jewels or gift cards.
    I'm already a follower!

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  44. Love the new triangle box. I would put candy in it for sure. This is on my list for sure! Great little gift ideas!

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  45. That triangle box die ia awesome! Would make thw cutest little favours. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  46. Amazing design team inspiration, as always!!
    An advent calendar would be so cute with the triangle box die! Release week for Neat and Tangled is always so exciting!!

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  47. Awesome release! Love those treat boxes. Amazing inspiration too.

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  48. Love all this magic! Great start to the release N & T!!

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  49. What a fun triangle box! I would fill it with Hershey kisses to take to friends and neighbors!

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  50. Loving the triangle box and inspiration!

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  51. I follow on facebook and commented & shared!

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  52. What a fun little box! I’m subscribed to this blog. this Box would be perfect for my handmade earrings.

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  53. Triangle treat boxes...how FUN! Can't wait to see all the wonderful and brilliant new products that are a part of this release. I'd probably tuck money into the treat box:)

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  54. all the candy in the treat boxes!

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  55. Wow! This triangle die is awesome! I love the gift box and how it turns out to be a great Christmas tree! :) I would fill the box with candies or small gifts like handmade earrings :)
    Step #1 done :)

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  56. Step #2 - Already following on FB and shared about the release!

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  57. Step #3 - Already following on Instagram :)

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  58. Oh, this triangle box is adorable!!! I would definitely use it hold some sort of chocolate--probably m&m's.

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  59. This is the perfect size for M&M's or Peanut M&M's but I'm sure I could find some other goodies to put in there. Its such a fabulous size and so good for hanging on the tree!!

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  60. They are so fun. I'd put some kind of candy in it.

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  61. Oh this is such a fantastic new die and stamp set! I love all the different designs the team has put together too! I would definitely put little Goodies in these boxes. I think they would also make a fantastic circle cake for a birthday treat box surprise!

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  62. Love, love, love the new stamp - and the triangle box! Great way to share small gifts such as earrings, a little candy to get you through the afternoon - the ideas are swimming around in my brain!

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  63. Great inspiration! - I would put some kind of candy and small chocolates in it.

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  64. I follow you on Facebook and shared about release. (I follow you on Istagram, but I can't repost)

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  65. Love that box!
    its so adorable!
    I would put christmas candy in that cute box!

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  66. that triangle box die is so unique and AMAZING! so cool!!!! i would definitely put little m&ms inside!! mmmm!

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  67. The boxes are unique and fun.
    Love the Christmas tree.
    Grouping them together makes
    a pretty decoration too.
    thanks for sharing

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    1. I'd put small tools for card making.
      Rubber stamps, small ink boxes, sponges
      for blending, etc, in the boxes for
      my card making ladies.
      txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  68. Jewelry would be fun in this treat box!

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  69. I am a follower of your blog. I would make these into an advent calendar and put little surprises in each day, some cash, a little toy, some chocolates. this would be so cute decorated as a Christmas tree. way to think outside the square box.

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  70. i posted a comment on your facebook page

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  71. Love this little treat box. I would put a cute little pair of earrings in there for a friend, or some chocolates.

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  72. I follow Neat and Tangled on Instagram.

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  73. Oh! These are so fun! I would put a pair of earrings or some other little trinkets in there. Would be awesome to put together some fun teacher gifts too!

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  74. Lots of fun ideas with this cute triangle box and I love the fun greetings and how they coordinate with the products you already released.

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  75. I love Triangle Box Die and Gift Card Box. I used them for a advent calendar and ornaments for the Christmas tree.

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