Monday, October 2, 2023

Inky Paws Challenge #208


   Welcome to a new Inky Paws Challenge!

This is a theme challenge--Halloween!

Use the challenge theme- Halloween-with your NND products

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, October 13, 2023 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! 

Debbie Owens creates a scary distressed background on her slimline card featuring a black scallop-edged background (Slimline Frames & Portholes die set). She uses the Spooky Street stamp set to add some scary trees and tombstones. Enjoying their evening out are two vampire kitties from the Batty Newton and the Count Newton stamp sets. Don't you love their teal capes? So fun!

Fab(boo)lous by Amy features Witchy Newton, Spooky Roundabout, Banner Trio, Oval Frames, Halloween Trio, and Spiderweb Oval by Newton's Nook Designs; #inkypaws, #newtonsnook, #halloweencards, #catcards, #cardmaking, #cardchallenge
Amy Tollner showcases the witch image from the Witchy Newton stamp and coordinating die set. She places this darling witch on an oval card base (Oval Frames die set) which includes some spider webs from the Spiderweb Oval stamp set. She adds a duo of bats using dies from the Halloween Trio die set. She adds a sentiment from the Spooky Roundabout stamp set on a banner cut using the Banner Trio die set. A spook-tacular Halloween cared!

Spider Tonic and Witch's Brew by Claire features Halloween Apothecary, Jar Hot Foil Plate, A7 Frames & Dies, Batty Newton, and Spiderweb Oval by Newton's Nook Designs; #inkypaws, #newtonsnook, #halloweencards, #cardmaking, #cardchallenge
Claire Lamb creates a pair of Halloween tags that are perfect for the occasion.  She uses the Jar Hot Foil plate and die set to create her tag shape. Then she adds some spooky elements inside her jars. Those spider webs are from the Spiderweb Oval stamp set. The bats are from the Batty Newton stamps.  Loving her jar labels?  She uses the A7 Frames & Banners die set and adds images from the newly released Halloween Apothecary stamp set. So spookily cute!

If the broom fits by Crystal features Brooms & Boos, Framework, Flying Bats, and Land Borders by Newton's Nook Designs; #inkypaws, #halloweencards, #newtonsnook, #cardmaking, #cardchallenge
Crystal Minkler's spooky background filled with bats was made using the Flying Bats stencil. She then adds a black frame combining the Framework and the Land Borders die sets.  Enjoying all those creepy bats is a little witch from the Brooms & Boos stamp and coordinating die set.  The overall effect is a spooky, yet darling, card!

Danni's Halloween card features Halloween Trio, Halloween Time, and Frames & Flags by Newton's Nook Designs; #inkypaws, #newtonsnook, #halloweencards, #cardchallenge, #cardmaking
Danni Bindel's card is too cute to spook!  She pulls papers from the Halloween Time paper pad.  Don't you love the background paper with the Halloween scene already made for you?  Danni slips a striped paper behind it to add more color and fun. She also uses the Frames & Flags die set to get the scallop edging.  She adds the trio from the Halloween Trio stamp and coordinating die set who look like they are having a great time!  Darling!

Now it's your turn to create a Halloween card that will spook us!

You are invited to the Inlinkz link party!

Click here to enter

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