Celebrating with Newton's Nook!

by - July 29, 2020

Hi!

I hope everyone is safe and sound! I am back with yet another way to use Newton Nook's Flower Garden stamp set without having to create elaborate backgrounds. I like stamp sets that are versatile and have endless uses and this one is definitely one of them! When I first got the stamp set, I liked how the cat formed a perfect '0' with the flower bed. This image can be used in countless ways as a substitute for the alphabet 'O' or the number '0'! Here is one such way I used the image:
  • Create a background by blending Distress inks of your choice. I used Dried Marigold and Antique Linen
  • For some drama, I decided the stamp Newton's Nook Birthday Roundabout twice on the lighter side of my ink blended background. I used Dried Marigold distress ink to stamp so that the image blends with the background
  • Color the stamped image and cut out words using an alphabet die of your choice. I used my silhouette cameo to cut out the letters 'M' and "G'. 
  • I then finished off the card by stamping some sentiments from the same Roundabout stamp set using Versamark ink and WOW White embossing powder. 

That's all there is to create this cute little card! You could use this exact same image to create the words 'love' and 'you' and birthday/anniversary cards by using the image as a '0'. Can't wait to see what you all create!

Happy Crafting, 
Kavya 

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