Welcome to a new Inky Paws Challenge!
This challenge is a:
Use the theme-Cozy Plaid to create your NND project!
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, November 5, 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!
Claire Lamb makes a mini slimline card packed with a rainbow of blankets! In the background, Claire uses the Plaid stencil for a white-on-white effect. Her star attraction is the sweet kitten from the Newton's Naptime and coordinating die set playing Princess and the Pea on a tall, tall stack of blankets! She places the sentiment in a thought bubble die cut using the Speech Bubbles die set. Oh so sweet!
Debbie Owens uses the Plaid stencil to create a dark red and forest green plaid. She uses the Heart Frames die set to cut a Kraft and white heart. On the white heart, she has stamped the image from
the Heartfelt Holiday stamp set. She white embosses the sentiment on a forest green banner die cut using the Banner Trio die set. The jute behind the hearts gives a nice rustic touch!
Diane Morales uses pretty pattern paper for her plaid element. She uses the large scallop-edged die from the Frames & Flags die set to create her card base. Her focal image is the sweet kitten from the Paw-tumn Newton and coordinating die set. Diane uses colors from the paper to color image and adds a pop of orange for pumpkin. She pulls the sentiment from the Signs of Fall stamp set. So sweet and pretty!
Sue T. uses traditional black and oranges for her Halloween card. Using the Plaid sketch to make her background. She pulls a sentiment from the Spooky Roundabout stamp set and embosses it in white on a black strip of black. Her star attraction is Newton from the Newton's Perfect Pumpkin stamp set. She adds some baubles for texture. So, so fun!
Amy Tollner uses orange with teal for a nontraditional Halloween card. She, too, uses the Plaid stencil for her backdrop. She die cuts it using the Frames & Flags die set for the scallop-edging. She uses the banner die for her white sentiment. Her star attraction is Newton from the Newton's Boo-tiful Night stamp set and coordinating die set. Aren't those trio of pumpkins colored wonderfully?