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Inky Paws Challenge at the Newton's Nook Designs blog!
We loved all the different interpretations using the challenge colors!
Inky Paws Challenge #206 Prize Winner!
Dandi 93 uses the challenge colors for this darling coffee card! For her background, she uses the Houndstooth stencil. She then uses the little latte-laden lady from the \Pumpkin Latte stamp and coordinating die set. A wonderful autumn card!
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Inky Paws Challenge #206 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!
Angy Hughes was also inspired to create a coffee-themed card using the challenge colors. She uses the Mugs stencil to create a colorful background. She then adds the image from the Sips & Stories stamp set. The overall effect is a cozy scene just right for a little kitty cuddle, a good book, and a cup of java!
Danielle creates a wonderful summer scene with the hibiscus floral background (Hibiscus )stencil. The little puppies from the Corgi Beach stamp and die set look like they are having the time of their life on their floaties. Danielle also uses the Flags & Frames die set.
Meghan uses orange, teal, and yellow for her patch of pumpkins which is just so cute, and those tan kitties--adorable! This image is from the Pumpkin Patch stamp set. Meghan's use of fun pattern papers adds to the overall cuteness of her card!
Gail was also inspired to use the challenge colors for a pumpkin patch scene, and her pattern paper is perfect for the job. She adds some trees using the Forest Scene Builder die set, and her latte-laden lady is looking fabulous in her polka dotted coat. This fun image is from the Pumpkin Latte stamp and coordinating die set. Gail also uses the Framework die set. A lovely autumn scene!