Monday, October 19, 2020

Inky Paws Challenge #134 Reminder

Don't forget - There's still time to play along with our latest Inky Paws Challenge!

Have you had a chance to make a card for our latest Inky Paws Challenge
Today I'm sharing some more inspiration for our current challenge! 

Here'a a refresher.

Create a project using the colors: orange, purple, yellow, and black.

Today I have some more inspiration for this Challenge! 

Happy howl-oween by Sue T. features Fancy Edges, Spiderweb, and Happy Howl-oween by Newton's Nook Designs; #newtonsnook
Sue T. creates black on black layers to showcase her spookily-cute tag.  Her second black layer has the postage-edging that adds a nice texture and was created using the large frame die from the Framework die set. Sue distresses in orange her tag which was die cute using  Fancy Edges Tag die set.  She goes back and uses the Spiderweb stencil to add a black cobweb.  There's no spider on this web! Instead, Sue adds the darling duo from the Happy Howl-oween stamp and die set. Aren't they darling in their cute costumes?  

You're the pick of the patch by Becky features Newton's Boo-tiful Night, Land Borders, Fence, and Forest Scene Builder by Newton's Nook Designs; #newtonsnook
 Becky Noelle's midnight scene with the dark purple sky and black silhouettes of trees and fence from the Forest Scene Builder and the Fence die sets make for an eerie backdrop.  She adds black hills using the Land Borders die set for her black kitties to romp. Those black kitties are from the Newton's Boo-tiful Night stamp and die set. A Halloween scene filled with spooks and sweetness!

Boo by Crystal features Newton's Boo-tiful Night and Slimline Frames & Windows; #newtonsnook
Crystal Komara creates a vibrant background in orange and purple with lots of speckles. She uses the Slimline Frames & Windows die set to make a black window frame which she fills with some overly large letters that spell BOO!  She pulls out two of the images from the Newton's Boo-tiful Night stamp and die set and colors her pumpkins orange and purple.  The addition of the 3D bats is a spook-tacular touch to this fabulous card!

Happy haunting by Debbie features Spooky Roundabout, Halloween Trio, Circle Frames, Frames & Flags, Hoppy Halloween, Candy Corn, and Spiderweb by Newton's Nook Designs; #newtonsnook
 Debbie Owens creates layers of Halloween fun!  Starting with the purple scallop-edged background using the Frames & Flags die set, she embosses using the Spiderweb stencil and embossing paste and distress ink.  She adds the scallop-edged circle die cut using the largest die from the Circle Frames die set and distresses the edge in purple. She features the Spooky Roundabout stamp set on it and colors the images in orange, yellow, and black.  She adds a black banner (Frames & Flags die set) and embosses the sentiment in white.  She stamps and colors the trio of trick-or-treaters from the Halloween Trio stamp set.  She pulls the candy images from the Candy Corn and the Halloween stamp sets and scatters them around her sweet critters.  A fun way to combine products for a layered Halloween card!

Trick-or-treat by Diane features Slimline Frames & Portholes, Halloween Trio, Land Borders, and Ghost by Newton's Nook Designs; #newtonsnook
Diane Morales takes a simplicity approach to the challenge creating this absolutely darling Halloween card! Using the Slimline Frames & Portholes die set, she creates the black, scallop-edged card base. She creates a spooky background using the Ghosts stencil and gradients the challenge colors. She adds a black hill using the Land Borders die set and adds the Trick-or-Treat sentiment using the die from the Halloween Trio die set.  She die cuts several bat images using the same set and scatters the bats among the ghosts!  Spook-tacular!

I hope these projects have inspired you to play along!  Remember, you have until this Friday, October 23, 2020 to enter. There's a prize involved too, so don't delay - view all the entries and see more inspiration on our Inky Paws Challenge here

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