Christmas Typography with Newton's Nook!

by - September 28, 2020

Hi folks! 
I am back at Newton's Nook for my last guest design post for September. I cannot believe how quickly this month flew by! For my last card, I decided to share a technique or rather layout that I enjoy - using large words with stamped images! Newton's Nook makes so many standalone images that are perfect for this technique and I constantly find myself swapping the 'Os' in 'Love', 'OMG" etc with a cute Newton. Here is one that I made a while back:
For a Christmas card, I decided to use some cute christ-mouses from the Naughty or Mice Stamp set along with some large alphabets that read "Fa La La La...". I first started out with a plan to use three mice and the words 'Fa La La' but I quickly realized how big the mice were! So I cut it down to a single 'La' and decided to channel the inner math nerd in me and and add eighth power to 'La'! I think that fixed it? It definitely makes a super cute card for another math nerd! All of the alphabets were cut using my silhouette cameo in 'Rockwell' font. Any large alphabet die works too. The images were colored using alcohol markers and colored pencils. I then finished the card with a sentiment from the same set.

I hope you try this super easy and cute technique for some of your cards. You can use words like Joy, Jolly, Noel, Snow etc. and make the sentiment the focal point of your card along with an adorable stamped image from Newton's Nook!

Thank you so much for having me as your Guest Designer this month! I hope I inspired you in some way.. I definitely had so much fun!

Thanks and Happy Crafting,


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