Mojo Monday #233 and sneek peeks!

Hey All!

I have some super exciting news: after much deliberation, I have decided to open my very own Etsy shop! If you have been following my blog, you know that I love digital designs and I decided I want to share that love with you all! So, I will be designing and selling digital stamps, papers, and SVG and silhouette cutting files so you now will be able to make any of the projects that I post here. Today, my Mojo Monday project includes some sneak peeks of my upcoming product releases : ). Keep an eye out in the next month for special grand opening freebies and coupons for my loyal followers! I'm excited to start this journey with you all!

Here is the sketch that the super talented Mojo Monday designers whipped up:

And here is my take on it:

All the die cuts on this page are my designs: the portrait silhouette, the border, the notched rectangle tag, and the little sentiment tag are all mine! The papers are Victoria Garden by Echo Park.
My favorite cut is this portrait, she turned out so lovely and I was so pleased by how well the Silhouette cut her out. You can add or remove her jewelry and she comes with three other portraits in a set. Can't wait to show you the rest!
I tried my hand at dyeing seam binding and I love the results! I used some Tim Holtz fired brick ink pad and just rubbed it on the inside of a ziploc bag, spritzed the seam binding with some water and then just shoved it in the bag and worked it around, adding more water until I liked the effect. It dries beautiful and shiny and you can get rolls of 100 yards of seam binding super cheap. The little flower is one I found after much searching on Zacoo.com. They have tons of different choices for these little beauties and they add the perfect touch to beautiful bows!

  • Diecutting machine: Silhouette Cameo
  • Diecuts: little tag, border, notched rectangle, Cameo portrait (coming soon to etsy.com/shop/tanglestreasures)
  • patterned paper: Victoria Garden digital papers by Echo Park
  • ribbon: hug snug seam binding, Tim Holtz distress ink (Fired Brick)
  • resin flower: Zacoo.com
~Here's to the creative journey!


  1. This is a really classy card. I love how much your style has developed since you first started this craze. Any chance I could plan a card make date over the some time? I am really low on handmade cards.

  2. I am so impressed. I need to look into and save my pennies for a Silhouette.

    I think this is amazing!