Newton’s Nook Thanks a Latte

I know it’s been super busy on here lately but I hope you’re enjoying all of the fun projects and inspiration. Today I’m sharing one of my entries into the current Newton’s Nook Inky Paws Challenge.

After doing a number of these challenges now, I’m admitting that the color ones are the hardest for me. I guess I don’t like being dictated what color things will be. LOL! However, with that being said, I’m so excited about this card today and I hope you like it too!

Here’s how I did it:

  • Stamped, colored and die cut my Pumpkin Latte images and set them aside.
  • Using a wreath builder tool I took the 3 smaller images from the set and stamped them in orange, green and brown inks. Then added a shadow of antique linen distress ink to the center, getting lighter as I went out.
  • I glued the leaves down creating a ground for my girl and popped her and the pumpkin up with foam squares. At this point I added my sentiment to the bottom corner as well.
  • Then cut a 4.5×4.5 piece of green and stamped a gingham background stamp on it. I wrapped a piece of braided jute twine around it and popped it up with foam tape on a brown card base. Then I popped the stamped panel up with foam tape as well.
  • For finishing touches I added some gems scattered around and white gel pen accents.

Using the wreath builder was so fun and went much quicker than I expected. This card came together so easily and I just love it! Don’t you?

I appreciate you sharing your time with me. Have a fabulous day!

6 thoughts on “Newton’s Nook Thanks a Latte

  1. Love the “wreath” that you created for your background. Your coloring is amazing on your latte girl! Thanks for sharing your talents with us at Inky Paws!
    Hugs,
    Debbie

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