Midweek Special Edition
It's our 100th Challenge and
we have some special guest designers
showcasing their favorite past challenge!
Celebrate with us and get your paws EXTRA inky!
For this special challenge we are hosting 4 link ups!
That means 4 chances to win!
Here's the details: Choose your favorite challenge & play it again!
Pick any of our previous Color, Sketch or Theme challenges and play it again! Just decide on your favorite and add it to your post along with your entry matching the previous challenge: color, sketch or theme! There will be three link-ups below, so you enter your project into the category you have chosen! You can find images of all the previous collections in the Pinterest board here, or look through our previous challenges on the blog pages.
Bonus link-up: Choose your favorite NND product! To make things even more fun, we've added a favorite product challenge link-up too! Just pick your favorite NND stamp, stencil, or die set and use it on your project to participate! Don't forget to tell us why it's your favorite when you write up your blog post!
Can't decide on a favorite? You are welcome to choose more than one type of challenge and play multiple times! We are allowing up to 3 entries per participant into each category! If you decide to combine challenges, please only enter it into ONE link-up category.
Are you ready to get your paws inky with us and play along to win a prize? For this special 100th celebration we are giving away $100 in prizes! We will chose one RANDOM entry to win a $25 store credit to our Newton's Nook Design online shop from each of the four link-up categories! We will also highlight our favorites from each challenge the following Monday, so all entries have a chance to be featured on this blog!
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.
Please Welcome past IPC members as well as Newton's Nook Design members!
Jess Gerstner creates a set of coordinating cards using 5 different sketches! Using an assortment of pattern papers, Jess showcases a different piglet image from the Oink stamp and die set on each card. She adds enamel hearts or wooden embellishments on each card for a finishing touch! These sweet cards will definitely make the recipient "Squeal" in delight!
Using the very versatile sketch #3, Holly Endress turns it horizontally to create this amazingly sweet card! Holly uses her favorite stamp set, Playful Panda, because she loves the fun playful images and the sentiments that work for so many occasions. She creates the background using the Serene Stripes stencil. She then creates a beautiful blue background and adds the trio of pandas using the Playful Panda stamp and die set. She die cuts the circle using the Frames Squared die set and stamps the sentiment from the Playful Panda set.
Larissa Heskett creates this beautiful shaker card by mirroring the IPC #74 challenge image as well as the colors. She stamps the flowers from Dainty Daisies stamp set and adds it to the gingham card base using the Frames Squared die set. Using the scallop-edged die, she creates a shaker and adds yellow, white, and black sequins. She stamps her sentiment in teal on the circle die from the Frames Squared and adds a black border.
Maria L. Russell creates this amazing sun set with swaying palm trees in the background which makes for a perfect setting for an ice cream treat. Maria colors the trio of ice-cream lovin' felines from the Newton's Summer Treats stamp (currently on sale for $11.99) and die set fabulously. Her glossy accents on the fudge and sparkles on some scoops makes these cold treats look scrumptious!
Nakaba Rager uses IPC #19 which was her very first Inky Paws Challenge! She chose to use the same stamp set, Newton Dreams of Paris stamp and die set, to create this darling card for our 100th challenge. She adds some clouds using the Sky Borders die set on her pale blue background. For her sentiment, she uses the Essential Alphabet die set. She sprinkles some sequins on for a bit of bling! Super cute!
Tatiana Trafimovich celebrates her love of the Newon Dreams of Italy stamp set by combining a favorite sketch, color, and theme challenge. She lightly stamps iconic buildings of Italy with bottles of wine and watercolors select portions in red, green, and white and die cuts using the Frames & Flags die set. She adds the adorable Newton (Newton Dreams of Italy stamp and die set) in his sporty Italia short and embosses the sentiment in white on a black banner. Some splatters of paint and sequins finish off this remarkable card!
All of the art is beautiful = TFS! and for this challenge - congratulations!ReplyDelete
fabulousness from the dtReplyDelete
these are so very pretty cards!ReplyDelete