Newton’s Nook – Gnome-one But You

Hey everyone! I’m over on the Newton’s Nook blog with a super sweet birthday card for the gnome lover in your life. I know I have plenty of those in mine!

Isn’t this guy just the cutest in his little garden?!? I used Gnome Garden and Daffodils stamps sets for the images today. Then I stenciled a blue panel with white pigment ink and the cloudy sky stencil, and die cut it with the rounded rectangle from Frames & Flags.

I also used the same rectangle to die cut a green scrap and make some grass with the Land Borders die. Then I die cut a cute white picket fence with the Fence die. I used tape runner to adhere all these layers together. At this point I stamped my sentiment in the upper right corner.

I die cut a dark blue scalloped rectangle from the Frames & Flags die set and wrapped some cool ribbon around it. I added the rounded rectangle with foam tape on top. Then I glued the daffodils down to my scene and popped the other images up with foam squares.

I ink blended a white panel with candied apple distress oxide ink and spritzed it with water. I used liquid glue to adhere it to a white card base and popped the blue panel up with foam tape on that.

Moving on to finishing touches, I added some white gel pen accents to the images and star dust Stickles to the butterfly wings.

Products used on today’s card:
Frames & Flags dies
Land Borders dies
Fence die
Cloudy Sky stencil
Gnome Garden stamps and dies
Daffodils stamps and dies
Distress Oxide – candied apple
Stickles – star dust

I hope you enjoyed today’s sweet card and found a little inspiration to create something wonderful and share it with someone.

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

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