Monday, February 11, 2019

inky paws challenge #91 le meow!


There's a brand new Inky Paws Challenge starting today, and this challenge is full of some super fun colors: white, gray, black, and coral! Link up your card to the challenge for a chance to win a $20 store credit to the Newton's Nook Designs Online Store!

I know I say this a lot but I kind of love this card 😍

I started off by doing some ink blending on the background with the Tumbling Hearts Stencil and Tattered Rose Distress Oxide Ink. Then I mixed some Abandoned Coral Distress Oxide with water to splatter it over my background. I stamped the Eiffel Tower and the kitty in the balloon directly on the background and then added my gray rolling hills that I die cut with the Newton's Nook Land Borders die. I stamped my sentiment in Coral Ink and then stamped, colored, and cut out my images on Neenah Solar White cardstock with Memento Ink and Copic Markers.

I'm hard at work on my daughter's valentines for her class exchange on Thursday, we went with a rainbow unicorn theme and they are so stinkin' cute! I'm waiting on one more candy to be delivered today before I can tie off all of the bags and then I'll photograph them and share them ♥

Have a lovely day!

Newton's Nook Designs Newton Dreams of Paris stamp set, Newton's Nook Designs Uplifting Wishes stamp set, Newton's Nook Designs Land Borders Die, Newton's Nook Designs Tumbling Hearts Stencil, Neenah Solar White Cardstock, Papertrey Ink Rustic White Cardstock, My Favorite Things Cement Gray Cardstock, Black Memento Ink, Black Versafine Ink, Altenew Coral Bliss Ink, Tattered Rose Distress Oxide, Abandoned Coral Distress Oxide, & Copic Markers

1 comment

  1. Such a beautiful card! This set of Newton is still one of my favs and you totally stole my heart with your creation! So pretty!
    -Jen {Newton's Nook Designs}


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