Newton’s Nook August Release – Day 2

Thanks for stopping by again. Today we’ve got even more fall fun to share with you! A few stamp sets and one coordinating die set. Let’s jump right in.

Paw-tumn Stamps and Dies

Fall Roundabout Stamps
(coordinates with Circle Frames and Banner Trio die sets)

Heartfelt Essentials Stamps
(coordinates with Banner Trio dies)

With all of this goodness, I’ve got 2 cards to share with you today. I had so much fun creating both of them; I hope you enjoy them!

For my fall roundabout card, I started by stamping my image on Bristol smooth cardstock and watercolored with my zig clean color real brush markers. Then I took out the circle frame dies and cut it out, along with creating a frame from the same cardstock. I create a circle shaker feature and set it aside to work on the rest of my card.

I used various Nuvo embellishment mousses on cardstock, let them dry and die cut autumn leaves from the panels. I cut an A2 panel from kraft cardstock and used the houndstooth stencil with brown ink. I arranged my leaves under the shaker mechanism and adhered them with liquid glue. Then I adhered my shaker and moved on to a sentiment. I love that the sentiments in the roundabout sets work perfectly with the banner trio dies so I die cut a banner and stamped my sentiment on it. Then I went around the letters with a light blue zig marker for a little extra interest. The banner was then folded on the crease lines and adhered with liquid glue.

For this amazingly adorable paw-tumn set, I’ve got some great slimline fun to share with you. I started by coloring my images with copics and then used the coordinating dies to cut them all out. I stamped extra leaves, pumpkins and acorns because I wasn’t sure how many I would want in my scene. Pulling from the fall colors I used on the images, I die cut a panel from kraft cardstock using the slimline frames and portholes dies. Then I cut a frame from dark brown using the slimline frames and windows dies. I stamped the leaves all over the kraft panel and adhered the dark brown frame with liquid glue. Then I popped that panel up with foam tape on a golden yellow card base. I arranged my images and adhered them with a combination of foam squares and liquid glue.

For the sentiment, I die cut a flag from Frames & Flags die set and heat embossed it in white. I wrapped some baker’s twine around the end and glued one last leaf to the end. Then I popped it up with foam squares. For finishing touches on this card, I added glossy accents to various parts of the images like sunflower centers, acorn tops, leaves and pumpkin stems.

Would you like to win the “Fall Roundabout”  or the “Paw-tumn Newton” Stamp Set?We will choose ONE lucky winner for each stamp set!

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 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 August 20th at 9pm EST to comment  — winners will be announced on the blog post on Friday, August 21st. 

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

Newton’s Nook Designs
Ellen Haxelmans
Larissa Heskett
Samantha Mann
Zsofia Molnar
Maria Russell
Andrea Shell
Tatiana Trafimovich
Amy Tsuruta
Amanda Wilcox

29 thoughts on “Newton’s Nook August Release – Day 2

  1. Awesome cards! Love that you turned the Fall Roundabout stamp into a shaker on your first card.Your second card is my favorite! Love that you were able to take the one Paw-tumn Newton image & make it into a slimline card! Such clever & unique designs!

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