Friday, November 8, 2013

Newton's Nook Designs Challenge #04!! =)

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Stopping in to share a Sweet little card I made using some New Stamps from Newton's Nook Designs!! I used both the Wagon of Wishes and the Holiday Wishes Stamp Sets!! I wanted to play along in their FUN Challenge!! I decided to create a 3-D Holiday Card!! I stamped each of the images a couple times and then Water Colored them using my Faber-Castell Aquarelle Water Color Pencils and Fussy Cut them out!! I stamped my Design onto the card Base and added the images using Foam Tape!! I added a couple extra packages to the Wagon and then I put the wagon pull up just for some added interest!! I stamped my Sentiment and added some May Arts Burlap Twine!! Here is what I came up with!!

THANKS SO MUCH for stopping by today and if you want to be INSPIRED by some of the Cutest Images ever stop by and check out all of the Entries!! Have a Fabulous Weekend!!



Lisa said...

Adorable Larissa, the 3D wagon ands packages are super cute!!

Mona Pendleton said...

So cute! Love the shimmery bow and cute little red wagon!

Greta said...

Very cute, Larissa! Love the 3D & sparkle!

Jennifer Jackson said...

This card is ADORABLE! Thanks so much for playing along with our Inky Paws Challenge at Newton's Nook Designs! I love the sparkly gifts and how you combined the wagon with the Holiday wishes set! Fun!

cm said...

Ahhh-mazing card, Larissa! Your glittery-gift-filled wagon here, and the chalkboard bauble in your earlier post are absolutely, utterly adorable! You and NN stamps = perfect combination for fabulous! Thank you so much for your warm comment on my site; day officially brightened! I'm adding you to my Feedly: too much 'awesome' here to miss! Happy Monday!

Jinny Newlin said...

Ever so sweet, Larissa! LOVE the dimension you've tied in with that darling wagon!

Jennifer Jackson said...

HI Larissa - I don't know if you noticed but we chose your wagon card as our challenge winner this month - make sure to send me an e-mail to claim your prize!

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