Thanks so much to everyone who entered our last
Inky Paws Challenge at the Newton's Nook Designs blog!
We loved all the different interpretations using the challenge sketch!
Inky Paws Challenge #207 Prize Winner!
We've chosen one RANDOM winner using random.org to receive
a $20 Store Credit to Newton's Nook Designs!
Marianne pulls festive papers from the Meowy Christmas paper pad for her two cards. She then pulls the kitty from the Newton's Curious Christmas stamp set in his tangle of lights as well as the kitty from the Newton's Birthday Bash stamp set to feature on each card. Adding a little Santa hat changes the birthday kitty into a Christmas one! Both cards are absolutely darling!
Congrats to Marianne! Don't forget to send us an e-mail at
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Inky Paws Challenge #207 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!
Danni's FAVEKristi wowed us with her monochromatic card. She used the Halloween Meows paper pad and pulled three different designs in blacks and whites. Don't they look spooky together? She then uses the retired Cameo Frame die with a silver embossed sentiment from the retired Creepy Cameos stamp set. The overall effect is spookily elegant!
Angy Hughes' repeated use of the Spooky Line stencil at an angle caught Deb's eye. Such a creative background for her darling kitty in his candy corn costume. This sweet image is from the newly released Candy Corn Newton stamp set. Such a fun Halloween card!
Angy Hughes is on a roll with her fabulous backgrounds! Her water colored background in soft autumn colors and subtle leaves (Falling Leaves Stencil) caught Amy's eye. Paired with the latte-lovin' lady from the Pumpkin Spice Latte stamp set, Angy creates a fabulous shaker autumn card!
Claire's FAVELaurie uses the same exact products in Angy's card! Laurie's card features the softest of pastel colors that are just gorgeous. She uses a dimensional paste with the Falling Leaves stencil, so her leaves have a bit of texture yet remain subtle. She colors her latte lovin' lady from the Pumpkin Latte stamp and coordinating die set in the same soft pastels. Gorgeous!