Thanks so much to everyone who entered our last
Inky Paws Challenge at the Newton's Nook Designs blog!
This Biweekly Challenge was a Sketch Challenge.
We've chosen one RANDOM winner using random.org to receive
a $20 Store Credit to Newton's Nook Designs!
Donna delights with this yummy card featuring the Love & Chocolate stamp set. Her color choices of peach and teal look wonderful with the milk chocolate browns! Her matching envelope is a perfect way to send this darling card!
Congrats to Donna! Don't forget to send us an e-mail at email@example.com to claim your $20 store credit! (It's easiest if you already have an account set up in our shop)
Inky Paws Challenge #153 FavoritesOur 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!
Cari S. shows us how to conserve water! She finds pattern papers that perfectly complement the images from the Wine A Little stamp and coordinating die set. The sentiment from this stamp set provides a bit of humor!
Joyce's darling card is packed full of puppy cuteness. All the puppies look like they are in a basket with the distressed background made using the Basketweave stencil. She fills her card with puppies using the Woof Pack stamp set. Don't you love how she fussy cuts two puppies to place outside her window? Wonderfully done!
Karen Guettler Carlson creates a window with the deer from the \Woodland Spring stamp and coordinating die set peeking through. The striped background adds a dramatic touch. The added floral sprig pulls everything together wonderfully!
Kristi's card answers the riddle~piña koala!
Isn't her pineapple lovin' koala from the Pina Koala stamp set darling against the background of pineapples created using the Pineapple stencil. The bright, crispness of her card is eye-catching! So cute!
Karen Guettler Carlson's CAS card is stunning with the striped banner behind the deer from the Woodland Spring stamp and coordinating die set. Leaving the image without color is a brilliant, bold move!
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