Monday, September 27, 2021

Inky Paws Challenge #158

 

   Welcome to a new Inky Paws Challenge!

This challenge is a:

Color Challenge



Use the colors--Orange, Brown, Teal, Kraft.


Are you ready to get your paws inky with us and play along to win a prize? We will chose a RANDOM entry to win a $20 store credit to our Newton's Nook Design online shop! We will also highlight our favorites from each challenge the following Monday so all entries have a chance to be featured on this blog! 


You have TWO WEEKS to play along - Deadline to enter is Friday, October 8, 2021 at Midnight CST. The winners will be announced on the NND blog the following Monday. 

Are you ready to play along and get your paws inky? Make sure you check the challenge rules page before you link up your project. 

Here's some inspiration!

Need to get inspired? See what our Inspiration Team created with this challenge! 

Hey there pumpkin by Sue features Newton's Boo-tiful Night, Circle Frames, Wood, and Speech Bubbles by Newton's Nook Designs; #inkypaws, #newtonsnook, #halloweencards, #catcards, #cardmaking
Sue T. uses the Wood stencil to give her card a nice backdrop for her row of colorful pumpkins. She uses the Circle Frames die set to create her layers on which she places her teal and orange pumpkins from the Newton's Boo-tiful Night stamp and die set. Don't you just love her calico kitten peeking out of the Jack-o-lantern?  For her sentiment, she stamps on a speech bubble using the Speech Bubbles die set.  Total cuteness!




Be thankful for the little things by Amy features Autumn Mice, Slimline Frames & Portholes, Slimeline Frames & Windows, and Falling Leaves by Newton's Nook Designs; #inkypaws, #newtonsnook, #autumncards, #cardmaking
Amy Tollner creates a wonderful slimline autumn card!  She begins by combining dies from the Slimline Frames & Portholes and the Slimline Frames & Windows die sets to create her layers. She uses the Falling Leaves stencil to create her colorful leaves floating in the background. The two mice from the Autumn Mice stamp and die set are looking darling playing among the leaves and pumpkins!  A brilliant way to use the challenge colors!





Happy pumpkin spice season by Claire features Signs of Fall and Pumpkin Latte by Newton's Nook Designs; #inkypaws, #newtonsnook, #cardmaking, #coffeeloverscards, #autumncards
Claire Lamb will have you heading to your local coffee shop for a pumpkin spice latte!  Her teal-colored sky is beautifully done as are all her pumpkins from the Signs of Fall stamp set.  Our fashionable lady from the Pumpkin Latte stamp set is all set for the pumpkin-spice season!  Wonderfully done, Claire!



Autumn Greetings by Debbie features Neigh, Fence, Signs of Fall
Debbie Owens combines elements of several stamp sets to create an autumn setting just perfect for the sweet horse from the Neigh stamp set.  She uses the Fence die to create the brown fence and places pumpkins shaded in oranges and teals from the Signs of Fall stamp set. The colorful leaves floating down are from the Harvest Tails stamp set and the sentiment is from the Autumn Newton stamp set. She places all of her elements on the scallop-edged frame die cut using the Frames & Flags die set.  Such a fun way to combine stamp sets!



Out for a coffin break by Diane features Count Newton, Circle Frames, and Pumpkin Latte by Newton's Nook Designs; #inkypaws, #newtonsnook, #coffeeloverscards, #halloweencards, #cardmaking
Eeek!  Diane Morales adds a latte cup from the Pumpkin Latte stamp and die set to Count Newton from the Count Newton stamp set and die set!  How cute and clever is this?  She places her elements on a circle die cut using the Circle Frames die set.  The punny sentiment works so well with both the coffin and the coffee!  Amazing, Diane!

Use the colors--Orange, Brown, Teal, Kraft.

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1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the new challenge and darling inspiration by DT - have a blessed coffee drinking day or hot cocoa, tea if you prefer

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