Ellen Hutson/Newton’s Nook – Greetings from the North Pole

Hello everyone. Thanks for stopping by today. I was able to play with some new things that have been sitting on my desk for a minute this last weekend and I’m excited to start sharing them with you. Today I have a card featuring one of the new amazing sets from Ellen Hutson. It’s a little out of my comfort zone to try stamping in color rather than grabbing my copics and coloring everything in. But I really had a blast playing around and creating this card.

The stamp set is called North Pole Greetings. I used Catherine Pooler inks to stamp the images and Pink & Main embossing powder for the words. I cut everything out with the coordinating dies and liquid glue to adhere the little pieces together.

For my background, I inked up a white panel with the Newton’s Nook Snowfall stencil and more Catherine Pooler ink. Once the stenciling was finished, I used the ink left in my blending brush to add a little color around the edges and take away the stark white. Then I die cut the largest Newton’s Nook Framework die from vellum and heat embossed the rest of my sentiment in black.

I adhered the stamped images to the vellum with foam squares and hid tape runner behind them on the vellum to attach that to the stenciled panel. Then I added the panel to a white card base and my card is all finished.

Isn’t this super cute! I just adore that “greetings from” sentiment for Christmas. I think it’s whimsical and sweet.

Products used:
Ellen Hutson Greetings From stamps and dies
Newton’s Nook Snowfall stencil
Newton’s Nook Framework dies
Catherine Pooler Ink – Zen Garden and Urban Oasis mini collections
Foam squares
Liquid glue
Twiddler’s Nook Blending brush
Pink & Main embossing powder – licorice and frosting
Pink & Main Magic Anti-static brush
Pink & Main Watermark & Embossing ink

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

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