Newton’s Nook – Be my Meow-entine?

Hello again! Today I’m sharing a fun card I made for my daughter for Valentine’s Day! She loves Newton as much as I do so it was a no-brainer to grab this cute Newton’s Valentine image and put something fun together for her.

I decided to make Newton laying among puffy pink clouds instead of on the ground this time. I thought it brought a bit of whimsy to the card design. I really like how it turned out.

I stamped my images from Newton’s Valentine, colored them and then cut them out with the coordinating dies. Next I moved on to the scene for my card.

To start that I used the Sky Border dies to cut 2 cloud borders and then inked them pink with my Trinity Stamps blending buddy. Then I cut an A2 panel and used the Bokeh Hearts stencil with a couple of different pink inks.

I glued the clouds to the stenciled panel and the used the largest rectangle in the Framework die set to cut it all at the same time so I knew it would line up. Then I used the same ink I blended on the clouds to stamp my sentiment in the upper left corner.

I adhered my flowers directly to the card and popped my Newton image up with foam tape.

For finishing touches I added white gel pen accents throughout all the images and Wink of Stella glitter brush pen to the heart Newton is holding. Then I took glossy accents to the bird’s beak, Newton’s nose and toe beans, and the centers of all the flowers.

I felt like it still needed a little something so I pulled out my Cinnamon Red Hots jelly drop hearts from Trinity Stamps and added a couple to make my card feel complete.

Then very last, I popped my panel up with foam tape on a melon-colored card base.

I’m really happy with how this fun card turned out and think my daughter will be quite happy with it as well. I’m excited to give it to her.

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

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