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Guest Designer Sunday with Danielle Walls

You read that correctly - Danielle Walls, the owner of Neat and Tangled is our guest designer for the month of September!! We're SO excited!!
You can read all about her below, and then see her AMAZING card! :)


Hi everyone! My name is Danielle Walls, and I am so happy to be here!  I live in Delaware with my incredible husband, three awesome kids, and two crazy dogs! I am also the owner of Neat and Tangled!  I love all things crafty, be it card making, scrapbooking, lettering, crocheting, you name it!  When I'm not spending time with my family and friends or being crafty I love to work out, bake, nap and watch cheesy romantic comedies! 

I am so excited to be guesting this month! I was thrilled with Vanessa invited me!

Today I created a card using a mix of old and new favorites!  To start, I stamped the heart from Neat and Tangled's Heart of Gold stamp set in Antique Linen Distress ink, and colored in the triangles using a variety of red Copics. After that, I selected a few of the triangles and covered them in Mercury Glass Stickles.  While that dried, I used Neat and Tangled's Heart of Gold die to cut the white heart.  Once my Stickles were totally dry I adhered the die cut on top. 

I made my card base, and adhered a piece of vellum to the front.  I then added my heart using some foam dimensionals.  Whenever I can't find a good match for a sentiment I fall back on an old favorite, Neat and Tangled's Everyday Labels!  I stamped and cut out the "hello" and used foam dimensionals to stick that to the heart.

Hope you enjoyed my card! Thanks for checking it out!


The brand new Neat and Tangled September release is available in the shop! Be sure to grab your favorites!! :D


  1. Yahooooooo for Danielle!!!!!
    Love her beautiful card!

  2. Wow!!! Danielle, this card is sooo cool!!!

  3. Gorgeous card!!! Excited I own that stamp and Die.

  4. I really love this! That little extra touch of gold with the stickles especially. I am loving the lables recently too.

  5. I want this stamp and die set so much....better check it out. Your card is absolutely beautiful. TFS

  6. Your card inspired me to finally order this gorgeous set!

  7. This is amazing! I love the colours you used and the small touches of sparkle make the card. So pretty!

  8. Wow love all the different colours and textures in the heart. What a beautiful card


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