Newton’s Nook Designs April Release – Day 3

Hello Everybody!

It is a final day of the release at Newton’s Nook Designs blog.

We think you all will love this cute stamp set. Wild Child is the name of it. I absolutely love all the cutest animals here.

Welcome Baby - Day 3

Welcome Baby – Day 3

I chose to create a card for baby because of these Mama and Baby Giraffe. I simply stamped the image and added stamped grass border. The design of the stamp is so neat and detailed, Jennifer is an amazing artist.

Would you like to win Wild Child? This set will be given away to Two lucky winners!

Here’s how to win:

Comment on the NND blog and Design Team and Guest blogs (see list below)! Two winners will be chosen at random from the collective blogs release 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, April 17th at 9 pm Central Standard Time to comment  — winners will be announced on the blog post on Friday, April 18th.

We are also having a giveaway this week on our Facebook Page so make sure to head over there to enter that too!

Check out all these awesome Design Team & Guest Blogs below to enter:

Newton’s Nook Designs

Taheerah Atchia

Christine Drogt

Samantha Mann

Larissa Heskett

Crafty Math-Chick

Valerie Ward

Tessa Wise

Jamie Greene  - Guest Designer

Elena Joldersma (me) - Guest Designer

Thank you so much for joining us today for the last day of showcasing awesome release from Newton’s Nook Designs. It was fun, don’t you think?

Hugs to all,

Elena

 

 

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20 Responses
  1. Diane says:

    Beautiful card.

  2. Debbie Davis says:

    Great card!! I love the color combinations and the simple color ink instead of coloring in image….love it!! Adorable :)

  3. Nancy Sue says:

    Simple clean designed card. Love how the animals are paired together in this Wild Child stamp set.

  4. Kailash says:

    Such a lovely soft color palette, beautiful card!!!

  5. Diane says:

    The giraffes look great stamped simply like this, it’s probably what I would do because I’m not much for coloring in images :)

  6. Your card is so adorable!!

  7. Lynn Hardy says:

    What an adorable card! The buttons just finish it off nicely too.

  8. Sue D says:

    Very cute. I like your choice of papers and the row of buttons.

  9. c says:

    yes, Jen is an amazing artist, and YOU have brought her sweet giraffe pair to life with your incredible talent! Beautiful; a card sure to be a treasured keepsake for new parents!
    c

  10. leah says:

    love love love the giraffes

  11. Love your colors and the giraffe stamps are just great too

  12. marylouh says:

    Love the background papers. They really reflect the wilderness or jungle. Leaving the stamping plain really makes the giraffes pop. The grass and flowers at the bottom also look nice. thanks for sharing a cute card.

  13. Ela says:

    Such a sweet look!

  14. ionabunny says:

    Love your offset layers. The giraffes look lovely uncoloured

  15. Pat says:

    LOVE the new stamp set and the colors you used on the card!

  16. Mary-Anne V. says:

    Very sweet…love how you used the line image and the pretty patterned paper.

  17. This is darling. I love that you didn’t color the image. It shows that you can make a cute card without all the work of coloring the design in. – Great layout and as always wonderful papers.

  18. ann marie says:

    Love the simpliticity

  19. Indy says:

    Darling! Love how you didn’t shade the giraffes! Too cute!

  20. This card is really adorable! I love how you showcased the set without coloring it in!

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