NND February Release Day 2 – Hoppy Greetings & Hare Mail

 

 

 

It is the second day of the reveals by Newton’s Nook Designs.  I hope you were able to check out yesterday’s reveal.  You also have a chance to win the stamp set being revealed each day so please read through til the end of the blog post to find out more info.  [Just a little important note:  I know some of you had difficulties finding the comments section.  If you would like to leave a comment to participate in the giveaway, the “comments section” will only be ever visible when a single post on Word Press is being viewed. Please click on this particular blog post and you will be able to leave a comment below.  Thank you!]  

For Day 2, we are showcasing the Hoppy Greetings Stamp Set and coordinating dies with the Hare Mail stamp set and coordinating dies.

Simplicity is my main goal on this first card!

I started by stamping my image on an A2-size panel of some Neenah solar white card stock with Memento Rich Cocoa ink.  I colored the images in with my Spectrum Noir alcohol markers.  

To add some texture to the background, I did the same procedure as I did yesterday with my card and using the Basketweave Stencil with the same colors of dye inks.  I was very careful not to add any of the details to my focal image.  I adhered this on some A2-size notecard with some liquid glue.  Easy, peasy!

The next card (below) is a bit more work but I LOVE how it turned out.

I stamped the image on some Neenah solar white and colored the image in with some alcohol markers.  I used the coordinating die to die-cut the image.

The black and white background panel was made by die-cutting some white card stock and some black stripes patterned paper using the biggest die from the Framework Die set.  I adhered them together and added this panel to an A2-size pink notecard.

Next, I created the small envelope by using some patterned paper and my We R Memory Keepers Mini Envelope Punchboard.  I die-cut another piece of card stock and drew the lines with some rose gold pen.  I stamped the sentiment with Memento Rich Cocoa ink and adhered this inside the tiny envelope using my tape runner.  I also adhered my colored image with liquid glue.

Before adding the envelope to my card, I die-cut some greenery using the Pines & Holly die set, as well as some ephemera for added texture, adhering them with liquid glue.  I adhered the tiny envelope to my card front.  I finished my design by stamping the “hare mail” on the envelope with some Versafine Onyx black ink.

 

Would you like to win the “Hoppy Greetings” Stamp Set?  This stamp set will be given away to ONE lucky winner!

 

Here’s how to win:  Comment on the NND blog and Design Team blogs (see list below)! The winner will be chosen at random from the collective reveal posts. Make sure to check out each of their blogs and comment for your chance to win. You will not know which blog has been chosen so the more you comment on the better your chances are of winning! You have until Thursday February 18th at 9pm EST to comment  — winners will be announced on the blog post on Friday, February 19th.

 

Check out all the awesome Design Team Blogs below to enter:

 

Newton’s Nook Designs

Ellen Haxelmans

Tina Herbeck

Larissa Heskett

Samantha Mann

Zsofia Molnar

Maria Russell (you are here)

Farhana Sarker

Tatiana Trafimovich

Samantha VanArnhem

Amanda Wilcox

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19 thoughts on “NND February Release Day 2 – Hoppy Greetings & Hare Mail

  1. The little envelope is so cute! Don’t we all just adore tiny things? The background of the other card is great. I like how you used different colors for the basket weave

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  2. Such pretty cards! Love the basket weave & striped backgrounds that you created behind those cute hoppy greetings & hare mail bunnies!

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