Friday, April 24, 2015

Inky Paws Challenge w/ Newton's Nook Designs!! =)

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I'm stopping in to share the New Inky Paws Challenge w/ Newton's Nook Designs!! I just LOVE Sketches and ALL of the different ways you can interpret them!! I've used the Beautiful Bloosoms Stamp Set and I used a Rectangle instead of a Square as my focal base for my design!!
Beautiful Blossoms | 4x6 Photopolymer Stamp Set | Newton's Nook Designs
 I also only used One Banner and Layered it up and then added my May Arts Black Burlap Twine Bow and a Vintage Button to finish it off!! I Stamped and Embossed the Daisy Image ontp some Distress Water Color Paper and then used my Distress Markers to color it in!! I wanted a FULL Daisy so I layered 3 of the together and I LOVE the look it gives to them!! I Die Cut a Rectangle Frame from MFT from some Wood Grain Paper and used Foam Tape to add it to my Card!! The Flags were Die Cut using a Paper Smooches Flag Tags Die Set!! I Cut one from Patterned Paper and one from Vellum and Layered them for a FUN Look!!
I hope you'll join us in the FUN for a chance to WIN!! For the FULL Details Please visit the Newton's Nook Designs Blog!!
THANKS SO MUCH for stopping by and I hope you have a FABULOUS WEEKEND!!


  1. I absolutely LOVE this card!!! It is so pretty and I love the dimension on the flowers, so pretty! I hope you have a wonderful weekend! :)

  2. This is beautiful! Love the different papers!

  3. WOW oh WOW!!! Larissa this is just beautiful, love the colors and your amazing design!!

  4. GORGEOUS! I love all the layering of the flowers - so beautifull! I hope you are having a lovely sunny weekend!!

  5. B-E-A-UTIFUL!! I love this card!! You have such a great eye for designing all the different cards you create! So blessed to call you my talented big sister! I think it's wonderful that you are so gifted at creating cards and it is also something that you love to do! Two birds with one stone! (:

  6. Love your beautiful card! You really did a fabulous job!

  7. Swoon! What a gorgeous combination of prints, and I just love the dimension of those flowers! And your neutral palette speaks volumes!