Newton’s Nook – August Release Day 4

I can hardly believe we are actually to the final day of reveals for the Newton’s Nook August release! It’s been so fun sharing creations with you and I hope you’ve enjoyed it too! Today we have 2 more stamp sets to reveal and I have a card to share for each.

Heartfelt Fall stamps

Signs of Fall stamps and dies

First I’m going to share my card featuring the Heartfelt Fall stamp set. I shared a heat embossing technique with you for these busy background stamps so today I wanted to share a version where I colored the whole thing with my copic markers. It was so relaxing and colored up very quickly considering the size of the images.

After I colored the leaves, I die cut the image with the scalloped heart in the Heart Frames die set. Then I went around the edge with a teal marker to help the leaves pop a little more. Next, I took a darker teal panel and trimmed it to 4 1/8×5 3/8 so it left a really thin border of the card base but not much. I inked this panel up with a darker teal ink and the Basketweave stencil. This panel is popped up with foam tape and so is the heart.

For the sentiment, I die cut a vellum banner from the Banner Trio set and heat embossed the sentiment in copper. Then I cut another banner from the same teal cardstock as the stenciled panel. I carefully hid adhesive behind the heat embossing to adhere the 2 together and then added them to the heart with foam squares. For finishing touches on this card, I added a scattering of pearls from my stash across the design.

For my final card I am using the awesome Signs of Fall stamp set. Today I’m using it on its own to really make it the focal point but I have plans to definitely combine it with other great Newton fall images very soon!

I stamped and colored the images in the set with my copic markers and used the coordinating dies to cut them out. Then I placed the sign image back in my MISTI and stamped a sentiment on the sign. It’s so cool how all of these sentiments fit in the sign or you could use them out of it too!

Next, I die cut a scalloped circle from Circle frames from brown cardstock and another circle from yellow. Then I did some tone-on-tone inking with the Houdstooth stencil and adhered my layers together with foam tape.

For the background panel, I ink blended distress oxides on a white panel in gathered twigs, mowed lawn and carved pumpkin. I spritzed it with water and adhered it to a card base. I wrapped twine around the left side and tied it in a bow. Then I popped the focal circle in the center of the card front.

For finishing touches I added glossy accents to the flower centers, pumpkin stems and glass on the lantern. This card is the epitome of fall to me. I just love the colors and the image and it makes me crave crisp mornings and crunchy leaves!

Would you like to win the “Signs of Fall” or the “Fall Roundabout” 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)! The winner 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 19th at 9pm ET to comment  — winners will be announced on the blog post on Friday, August 20th. 

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

Newton’s Nook Designs
Tina Herbeck
Larissa Heskett
Samantha Mann
Zsofia Molnar
Farhana Sarker
Tatiana Trafimovich
Samantha VanArnhem
Amanda Wilcox

13 thoughts on “Newton’s Nook – August Release Day 4

  1. The background colors you used on the fall sign are gorgeous. I love how you used the basket weave background too.

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