Monday, March 25, 2019

Inky Paws Challenge #93 Winners

Thanks so much to everyone who entered our last Inky Paws Challenge at here at
 the Newton's Nook Designs blog! This Biweekly Challenge was a Theme Challenge.


Inky Paws Challenge #93  Winner!
We've chosen one RANDOM winner using random.org to receive a $20 Store Credit to Newton's Nook Designs!

Happy by Enigma Artist features Spring Pile Up by Newton's Nook Designs; #newtonsnook
Enigma Artist  creates this delightful spring card with an Easter theme. She creates several layers using pastel papers as well as a fun floral pattern paper. In her center oval, she creates a soft sky and grassy background on which the spring critters from the  Spring Pile Up stamp and die set are having some fun!  Love how she made the sweet lamb look fluffy!

Congrats to Enigma Artist! Don't forget to send us an e-mail at info@newtonsnookdesigns.com to claim your $20 store credit! (It's easiest if you already have an account set up in our shop)


Inky Paws Challenge #93 Favorites

Our Inky Paws Challenge Inspiration team has chosen a few of their favorite challenge entries from this challenge! If you see your card below, contact us if you'd like to get a "favorite" badge for your blog!

Sue's FAVE
Some bunny loves you by Meghan features Bitty Bunnies by Newton's Nook Designs; #newtonsnook
Meghan brings us this pretty in pink bunny card!  Using a stencil , she intermittently inks her background. She then adds her little white bunny from the Bitty Bunnies stamp and die set and adds a pink fluffy tail on her. She adds pink jewels and sequins to add bling!  This is such a happy card with all the pinks!

Becky's FAVE
Nancy's clean and crisp card is a fabulous way to welcome spring.  Using the pointillism technique, she colors the sweet lamb from the  Woodland Spring stamp and die set in shades of gray. She frames the lamb by stamping the sentiment over his head and adds the floral spray below.  Shes a few clear jewels to balance out the card!  So sweet and precious!



Bobbi's FAVE
Hello by Vicki features My Type by Newton's Nook Designs; #newtonsnook
Vicki  creatively designs this spring card around a typewriter!  Using a fun green and white polka dotted background, she adds a water colored layer in soft pastels. She then adds the typewriter ( My Type stamp and die set) with the hello sentiment "typed" on the paper.  She tucks the typewriter in around all the fresh spring flowers. So creative and fun!

Debbie's FAVE
You matter a whole bunch to me by Danni features Blooming Botanicals by Newton's Nook Designs; #newtonsnook
Danni brings us the all the bright colors of spring!  Using the Blooming Botanicals stamp set, Danni wonderfully shades the flowers in a plethora of fun, fresh colors. She stamps the sentiment on a banner and then adds dimension to her card by stamping and fussy cutting additional flowers from the stamp set and adding dimensional tape. Such a beautiful garden on a card!

Diane's FAVE
Happy Birthday by Donna features Lovely Blooms and Birthday Essentials by Newton's Nook Designs; #newtonsnook
Donna brings us this gorgeous spring card with her stunning color scheme. She adds a black and white striped layer to her background and then stamps the floral images from the Lovely Blooms stamp set in a pretty teals and lavenders.  The placement of her flowers and leaves frames the sentiment from the Birthday Essentials stamp set. She adds some splatters and enamel dots to finish this lovely card. 

Thank you for playing!

Thanks again to everyone who entered - It's really so much fun to look through all the entries and see everyone's ideas! If you didn't win this time, we hop e you'll play along again next time! You can always find our moscurrent challenge here.

3 comments:

  1. Congrats to the winner! And everyone who was picked! Honored to be picked a fav!

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  2. Happy Dance to all the winners!

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  3. Thank you for choosing my card as a favorite! You made my day! Congrats to the winner and other favorites!

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