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 theme!
Inky Paws Challenge #211 Prize Winner!
We've chosen one RANDOM winner using random.org to receive
a $20 Store Credit to Newton's Nook Designs!
Karen Furman designs a nice, wintry scene for these playful kittens to enjoy. She uses the Evergreens stencil for her trees, and those little kitties are from the Newton's Toboggan stamp set. Such a playful card!
Congrats to Karen! Don't forget to send us an e-mail at
firstname.lastname@example.org to claim your $20 store credit!
Inky Paws Challenge #211 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!
Lazzie designs this super CAS card filled with holiday cuteness! The bright blue ornaments in the background (Ornaments stencil) make for a fabulous background for the naughty kitten. That little guy is from the A Kitten Christmas stamp and coordinating die set. The added boughs of pine (Pines & Holly die set) are a perfect touch to finish the card!
Kristi creates a playful card featuring the mischievous feline from the Newton's Holiday Mischief stamp and die set. She pairs him with fun papers from the Christmas Time paper pad. The string of lights at the top is a fun touch!
Becca combines festive papers and two little mugs of hot chocolate for a darling holiday card! Those feline mugs are from the Cup of Cocoa stamp and coordinating die set. The teal and red look amazing together!
Christy's shimmering blue stocking complete with a darling Newton won Amy's vote. This sweet kitty is from the Newton's Stocking stamp set and coordinating die set. For even more fun, Christy adds strips of holiday papers from the Meowy Christmas paper pad. Super fun!
Fiki's shaker tags will definitely brighten up a holiday gift! Fiki uses the Newton's Gift stamp set and colors the images so festively. She fills them with lots of sparkles! So fun!