Introducing our June Guest Designer Carly Tee Minner

Happy Friday friends! Today we're introducing the lovely Carly Tee Minner as this month's guest designer! Carly has a wonderful crisp, clean, whimsical style and we are so pleased she could be with us this month. Here's a little more about Carly

Hi! I’m Carly Tee Minner and I craft so much! I am lucky enough to have a crafty day job at a Ellen Hutson LLC so I actually have to think about stamps, dies & sequins all day! And don’t worry, I know how lucky I am! When I’m not making cards, I’m probably snacking on chocolate-covered gummy bears and hanging out with my husband & pup. I’m thrilled and honored to be Neat & Tangled's guest!

Carly's got the sweetest card featuring our Beach Day set to share today:

Do you ever have a bunch of cute colored critters and no idea what to do with them? Me too!


I want to share with you a quick way I solve the “homeless” cute critter dilemma…I create a mini scene! And some simple ink blending is usually the perfect solution!


For this card, I die cut a scalloped circle from masking paper.


I placed the negative mask on my card front and applied a little Distress Ink with a blending tool. I used Antique Linen, Tumbled Glass and Shaded Lilac.


Next I added a sentiment, my colored critters and a few sequins!



So cute!  Carly will be back with us next Friday with another project to share!

10 comments

  1. So adorable, I love the hippo in purple!

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  2. Beautiful card! I have never tried making a full ask like this with masking paper. I using masking tape rolls, but this looks MUCH easier. tHanks for sharing this idea!

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  3. How adorable! Lovely design, thank you for sharing!

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  4. That's so cute and sweet 😊

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  5. Yay for CARLY! What a super sweet card!

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  6. I agree, this is so stinkin' CUTE! Love the colors you used, too.

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  7. Your card is so cute. The hippo in the bikini is just too cute. This would be an awesome stamp set to play with.

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