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 with the Halloween theme!
Inky Paws Challenge #208 Prize Winner!
We've chosen one RANDOM winner using random.org to receive
a $20 Store Credit to Newton's Nook Designs!
Meghan K. creates a darling jar of candy corn using some fun papers and adding a couple of candies from the Candy Corn stamp set and the coordinating die set. She adds the super fun sentiment from the afore mentioned stamp set that adds a sense of fun! Fabulously done!
Congrats to Meghan K! Don't forget to send us an e-mail at
firstname.lastname@example.org to claim your $20 store credit!
Inky Paws Challenge #208 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!
Dandi93 uses the Newton Loves Boxes stamp and coordinating die set in a very creative way. She uses those furry heads as part of her "Boo" sentiment which is so cute. Paired with the fun ghost paper and the sentiment from the Newton's Costume Party stamp set, Dandi creates a super fun Halloween card!
Von Marie showcases three little dachshunds from the Dress Up Doxies stamp and die set. They look so cute in their Halloween attire! Von Marie adds a little spookiness using the Flying Bats stencil for her background. So cute!
Jennifer K. shows her creativity by adding a Halloween hat to the feline from the Newton Celebrates stamp set. She then uses the little Jack-o-lantern candy bucket from the NND Freebie collection. She does some cutting of the sentiment stamp to create a custom sentiment. Seriously, this is so creative and fun!
Kristi H. uses paper from the Halloween Time paper pad for her spooky background framed with a black edge. She then adds a couple of spookily cute ghosts from the Ghostly Goodtimes stamp and die set. The overall effect is a brightly cute Halloween card!
Marianne maximizes the spiderweb image from the Newton's Perfect Pumpkin stamp set by embossing lots of them in silver for an eerie background. She then adds some plaid green grass just perfect for Newton and all his pumpkins (Newton's Perfect Pumpkin stamp set). The black and white diagonally striped paper is a great background surrounding the scene!