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Inky Paws Challenge at the Newton's Nook Designs blog!
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Inky Paws Challenge #181 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!
Christy Roberts' choice of Newton in a pile of leaves from the Autumn Harvest stamp and die set looks so cute with the colorful leaf paper from the Autumn paper pad tucked behind him. Christy uses the dies from the Frames & Flags die set to create her layers and banner. A delightful card to celebrate autumn!
Avra distresses a beautiful autumn background for her sweet mouse from the Garden Mice stamp and die set. She frames her mouse with an orange scallop-edged oval frame using the Oval Frames die set. She sprinkles on some golden sprinkles to finish her pretty card!
Meghan features the cutest raccoon and squirrel from the Harvest Tails (retired) stamp and die set. Her sweet critters are enjoying some pumpkins and squash inside their brown oval frame (Oval Frames die set). Love the scallop-edged card base created using the A7 Frame & Banners Die. Happy fall, indeed!
Priscilla Joseph's embossed background in those beautiful autumn colors really is eye catching and works wonderfully with the Fall Friends stamp and die set. Don't those critters look contented as they take an afternoon nap? She places a leaf using the Autumn Leaves die set next to her sentiment to finish off her lovely card.
Tracie C. showcases the Autumn Oval stamp set as a shaker card by cutting out the center of the oval. What a great idea! She then showcases her autumn pumpkins and leaves with a brown patterned oval frame using the Oval Frames die set and paper from the Autumn paper pad. Using the same pad of paper, she pulls a plaid paper that looks spectacular!