This week Newton’s Nook Designs and Therm O Web are partnering for fabulous Fall, Halloween and Christmas inspiration! All week long both design teams will be sharing ways to use Therm O Web products with Newton’s Nook Designs stamps! We also have GIVEAWAY so please make sure to read at the end of this post to find out how you can WIN.
For my first project, I die-cut a masking paper with a circle die and masked my Bristol smooth white card stock. I inked up my background with some distress oxide inks. I sprayed my inked background with some water to get the oxidize effect and dabbed it with paper towel to dry. I used the Deco Foil Transfer Gel and Newton’s Nook Cascading Stars Stencil to create the stars on my background. I set this piece aside to dry for about 40 minutes and ran it through my laminator with some Deco Foil Ocean Blue Transfer Sheets. I removed my mask and colored the moon a little bit with my B000 copic marker.
I stamped my image using the Happy Howl-Oween stamp set and colored the images in with my Spectrum Noir alcohol markers. I die-cut the image using the coordinating die. Now that I have all of my elements, I started building up my scene.
I used a white pigment ink and a blending brush to highlight the grass. By doing so, this gave it a more realistic effect since I have a HUGE moon shining over everything! I finished my design by stamping the bats. I also stamped my sentiment in Versamark ink and sprinkled some white embossing powder. I used my Wagner heating tool to heat set the sentiment. Here’s a closer look at the card:
For my second project, I wanted to use the flock transfer sheets and my embossing folder to create a winter scene for my critters from the Sweater Weather stamp set. I have a process video for you for the two Christmas cards. Here’s the first one:
I hope you like my projects today. I would be so grateful if you could visit my YouTube channel and subscribe if you haven’t already! The supplies I used are listed and linked below (affiliate links may have been used for some of the items at no additional cost to you).
There are more amazing projects today over on the Therm O Web blog so pop over there for more inspiration!
Today, Newton’s Nook Designs is having a September mini release. We also have a GIVEAWAY so please read through ’til the end of the blog post to find out how you can WIN. [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 commentbelow. Thank you!]
For today’s mini release, we are showcasing the Sunflower Days stamp set and coordinating die with the Gingham stencil. These products are available for purchase immediately. Here’s what they look like:
I started by inking up some Bristol smooth white card stock with Salty Ocean distress oxide ink. I smooshed some Aged Mahogany onto an acrylic block and added some water, then used my watercolor brush to splatter some dots on my colored background. I dabbed this piece using my paper towel to dry.
I stamped my images on some Neenah solar white card stock and colored my images in with my Spectrum Noir TriBlend markers. I die-cut the images using the coordinating die, twice.
I die-cut another piece of some 110 lb. Neenah solar white card stock using a watercolor stripe background die from my stash. I die-cut the word “sunshine” using a die from my stash and slightly inked it up with distress oxide inks.
I foam-mounted the watercolor stripe background die-cut onto my colored background and adhered my sunflower images. I also adhered the “sunshine” sentiment then stamped the sentiment “hello” on my card using Aged Mahogany distress oxide ink.
To finish my design, I adhered some iridescent sequins to add more texture and dimension. I also used my white gel pen to add some dots on the center of each flower. Here’s a closer look:
I hope you like my card today. Would you like to win this whole new Mini Release?We are giving a prize pack that includes the “Sunflower Days” Stamp and Die Set and the “Gingham” Stencil ONE lucky winner!Here’s how to win:
Comment on the NND blog and Design Team blogs (see list below)! Thewinner will be chosen at random from the collective 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 Sunday, September 15th at 9pm EST to comment — winners will be announced on the blog post on Monday, September 16th.
Check out all the awesome Design Team Blogs below to enter:
Today, I’m sharing another fall/coffee-theme card with one of my favorite stamp sets released last month called Pumpkin Latte. I don’t know about you, but I am just so ready for sweater weather! It is still extremely HOT and humid over here and I am dreaming of some cooler weather, or even rain! Who else is getting antsy and waiting for fall to come?
To begin, I stamped my images using Spectrum Noir Alcohol Proof Dye Ink in Rustic Brown on some Neenah solar white card stock. I colored my images in with my Copic and Spectrum Noir alcohol markers. I used the coordinating dies, to die-cut the images.
On another piece of Neenah solar white card stock, I die-cut a frame and used the negative piece to mask-off some Bristol smooth white card stock. I used the new Hills & Grass Stencil to add my grassy hill with Mowed Lawn distress oxide ink. I flipped the stencil so that I can create another grassy hill for added depth and dimension. I also used the Clouds Stencil with Carved Pumpkin and Worn Lipstick distress oxide inks to create my fall sky.
Before I adhered my frame on my colored background, I used my Fog ink to stamp small images all over the card. I wanted to add more details to the background but without overwhelming the whole design. I foam-mounted the frame on the card and adhered the leaves along the side with some liquid adhesive.
Lastly, I foam-mounted the focal image on my card. I stamped the sentiment from the Fall-ing For You stamp set using my Misti stamping tool for more precision. Here’s my card:
That is all for today. I hope you like my card and got inspired. The supplies I used are listed and linked below in case you would like to purchase them. Some affiliate links may have been used for some of the products linked, without an additional cost to you. Thank you for stopping by my blog today and happy stamping!
Hello everyone! Maria here with you today. Just a quick heads up, the sale is still going strong so head on over to the shop before everything gets sold out.
I know it’s a little too early to even think about Christmas! I want to send mine early this year so I have started creating them already. For my project today, I am showcasing the Little Huggables stamp set with the Naughty-isms stamp set.
To begin, I started by using a “make a wreath” stencil from my stash and stamped the little present images on Neenah solar white card stock. I also stamped the snowflake with some light blue ink, and my bunny from the Little Huggables stamp set.
I colored my images in with my Spectrum Noir TriBlend markers.
I adhered my colored panel to a red patterned paper and glued this piece on to an A2 size card base.
Lastly, I stamped the sentiment with Versafine Onyx black ink and stamped the paw print with Lobster red ink. Here’s my card:
This card is really simple and can be mass-produced. Here’s a little close-up:
I hope you like my Christmas card today. Please visit CAS-ual Fridays Stamps to purchase the stamps that I featured today. Don’t forget to use my coupon code “MARIASENTME” for 15% off your order. Happy stamping!
Hello everyone! It’s Maria Russell here with you and I am super excited to be guest-designing for the Hedgehog Hollow. For my project today, I am showcasing the Feather Background and Peacock stamp set, that is part of the September HH box.
To start, I stamped my image on Bristol smooth white card stock with versa mark ink. I sprinkled this with some gold embossing powder by Wow and heat-set with my heating tool.
I used my Spectrum Noir Glitter brush pens (colors Blue Topaz and Soft Jade) to color my image. Since this stamp set didn’t come with a coordinating die, I used my cutter-bee scissors to fussy-cut the image.
On another piece of Bristol smooth white card stock, I used my Newton’s Nook Clouds stencil and Peacock Feathers distress ink to create my clouds. I die-cut two branches from a die that I have in my stash so that the peacock has something to perch on. I adhered the first branch onto my colored background with liquid adhesive. To add more dimension, I foam-mounted the other brach onto my card and also added foam adhesive to the peacock.
I die-cut some leaves using an older Lawn Fawn die-set and adhered them with foam adhesive.
Since this card is mostly blues and greens, I decided to adhere some flower sprinkles onto my card for added texture and color. I also added the scallop frame from an older Lawn Fawn die set to ground my images.
To finish my design, I stamped my sentiment using my Spectrum Noir Quick Dry Dye ink in Lagoon and added some crystal jewels all over my background. Here’s my card:
I really love the simplicity of this card. I think the stamp sets that are included in the September box are so pretty, you can use it for any occasion. I can’t wait to create more cards using the stamp sets. Here’s a closer look at my card:
I also have a video tutorial for you below in case you’re interested.
Thank you so much for stopping by! I’d love to see your projects using the September stamp sets; please tag me on instagram @rprmlr77. I will be back in a few days for more projects and inspiration. Happy stamping!
Today Newton’s Nook Designs is featured on the Simon Says Stampsite with an EXCLUSIVE stamp set that was designed just for the 2019 STAMPtember celebration! You can purchase the new Let’s Party stamps and coordinating die set today at Simon Says Stamp. Remember, these items are ONLY available through Simon Says Stamp while supplies last!
Today, I am sharing a birthday card showcasing the Let’s Party stamp set. I started by stamping my images on some Neenah solar white 110 lb. card stock and colored my images in using some Spectrum Noir alcohol markers. I die-cut the images using the coordinating dies.
I inked up an A-2 size piece of Bristol smooth white card stock with Peacock Feathers distress oxide ink. To add more texture, I added some gold splatters on the colored background using my Sakura watercolor and my watercolor brush. I waited for about half an hour for this to dry, and adhered this piece on an A2 size card base.
I die-cut the words “Happy Birthday” a few times on white card stock using a die from Mama Elephant. I inked up the top piece with some Dusty Concord distress oxide ink.
I foam-mounted the die-cut panel on my colored background. This frame piece was die-cut using the Gift Box cover up die-namics from My Favorite things. I adhered the Happy Birthday die-cut on the foreground and added my cute critters. Here’s my card:
To finish my design, I added some glossy accents to the balloon for added texture and dimension and also adhered the little gift boxes between the two dogs. Here’s a little close-up:
I hope you like my projects today. Please visit Simon Says Stamp to purchase this exclusive stamp set. Thank you for stopping by and happy stamping!
For my project today, I am showcasing the Joyful Heart Bears stamp set by MFT Stamps, the Get Grounded stamp set by The Ink Blot Shop, with the Spectrum Noir original coloring system markers, SN TriBlend markers, along with the SN Harmony Quick Dry Dye Inks on SN Ultra Smooth Premium White card stock.
To begin, I stamped the cute bear holding a heart balloon on SN ultra smooth premium white card stock and colored him in using my SN original coloring system marker in MB1 and MB2. I colored the balloon with my SN TriBlend marker in Pale Pink blend.
To create my scene, I stamped the clouds and stars using SN Harmony Quick Dry Dye ink in Sand Storm. I colored the clouds with my SN original alcohol marker in IB1 and my blender pen. The stars were colored with my SN Triblend marker in Citrus Blend.
I used the Get Grounded stamp set to stamp the grass with some SN Harmony Quick Dry Dye ink in Grasshopper. I also used some blending brushes to add more color to the grass using the same dye ink.
To finish my design, I stamped the butterfly and colored him in using my SN Triblend marker in Green Turquoise blend. Here’s what it looks like:
I love that Spectrum Noir markers and the Harmony Quick Dry Dye inks just perfectly work so well together. The Harmony quick dry dye inks are alcohol proof so you can use it with the SN TriBlend, SN original coloring system markers or the new SN Illustrators. There isn’t going to be any smudging. Here’s a closer look at my card:
I hope you like my card today and got inspired. The supplies I used are listed and linked below. To find out more information about the Spectrum Noir products, please visit http://www.spectrumnoir.com.
Thank you so much for stopping by my blog today and happy coloring!
Hello my crafty friends! I am so excited to share today’s post because I have been invited to guest-design and join the Joy Clair’s 5th Anniversary Blog Hop! I’d also like to take this opportunity to thank Joy Clair for inviting me.
Hop along with us and leave a comment on each of the participating blog post. Joy Clair will be giving away one (1) $25 gift card to TWO (2) LUCKY WINNERS!
To begin, I stamped and colored my images with Spectrum Noir Harmony Quick Dry Dye Ink in Rustic Brown using my MISTI stamping tool. I colored the images in with my alcohol markers. I used my Brother Scan N Cut machine to die-cut the images.
I also die-cut some of the elements that I needed to create my winter scene using some dies from my stash. Here’s my first card:
Those little penguins are super adorable! I finished my design by stamping the sentiment “Baby It’s Cold Outside” with some lobster ink by Lawn Fawn. I also added some snowflake sprinkles for some added texture. Here’s a closer look:
For my second card, I ink-blended a Bristol smooth white card stock with some distress oxide inks using my blending brushes. I wanted to create a soft-winter sky for my scene. I also die-cut the trees and the snow hill using some dies from my stash.
I colored the trees using some dye inks and mini ink blending tool. I took my time until I was satisfied with the colors. I adhered the trees and the penguins on my colored background with some foam adhesive for added dimension. Here’s my second card:
To finish my design, I stamped the sentiment on the card and used my black gel pen to add more depth to the eyes. Here’s a closer look:
I hope you like my cards today and got inspired. The supplies I used are listed and linked below in case you’re interested.
The next person on the hop is—-> Jowilna. In case you get lost, I have also included the line-up below (click to enter and see the line-up).
It’s been awhile since I actually sat down and enjoyed just coloring images. Today’s card features a lot of my favorite Spectrum Noir alcohol markers, with my new favorite ink pads, the Spectrum Noir Harmony Quick Dry Dye in Oasis, Parakeet and Lagoon. For my images, I am showcasing the Mama Elephant Wish Upon A Star stamp set and coordinating dies.
To begin, I started by stamping my images on SN Ultra Smooth Premium White card stock using my SN Harmony Quick Dry Dye ink in Rustic Brown. I colored my images in combining my original SN coloring system markers and my love, the TriBlend markers. I used IG1, IG2, CT1, CT2, DP1 and SN TriBlend Marker in Pale Pink and True Blue blends. I also used my blender pen to lighten up the shadows on the clouds. I used the coordinating dies to die-cut the images.
On another piece of Bristol smooth white card stock, I used a clouds stencil from my stash and my SN Harmony Quick Dry Dye ink in Oasis to create the clouds.
I used a clouds border die to partially die-cut the clouds so I can tuck one of the mini clouds in the card. I also adhered this colored background on an A2 size card base. I added the images and adhered them on my card front. Here’s what it looks like:
To add more texture and dimension, I stamped the stars randomly all over the card using the SN Harmony Quick Dry Dye Ink in Parakeet. This card is really simple but I love how it turned out. Here’s a closer look:
To finish my design, I stamped the sentiment using the SN Harmony Quick Dry Dye Ink in Lagoon. Aren’t the bunny images super adorable? This is also perfect for a “welcome baby” card. Here’s another look:
I hope you like my project today and got inspired. The supplies I used are listed and linked below if you are interested. Please visit Spectrum Noir for more information about the new Illustrators that have just recently launched in the market. They are absolutely AMAZING!
Thank you so much for stopping by my blog today. Happy stamping!