Thursday, July 14, 2016

Newton's Nook Designs 3 Year Celebration - Aloha Newton & Hibiscus Dies



We've reached the last day of reveals!   I hope you've enjoyed all of the DT's creations this week!   I know I had a blast creating with all these new stamps and dies.


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I die cut several hibiscus flowers and leaves using the new Hibiscus standalone dies and added color with an ink blender.    I set the flowers aside and stamped Newton with his little ukulele directly on my cardbase.  

newton's nook designs | kimpletekreativity.blogspot.com | tropical | hibiscus | aloha | clear stamps | handmade card | cardmaking | papercraft


I added color with Copic markers and then arranged the flowers and leaves below Newton - so tropical!!   I stamped and embossed the Aloha sentiment with black embossing powder.   

Be sure to stop back tomorrow for our 3rd Birthday Blog Hop!    See you then!


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25 comments:

  1. A beautiful card. Like the coloring.

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  2. DELIGHTFUL card!!!
    LOVE your PRETTY kitty, ADORE how your BEAUTIFUL hibiscus flowers frame the scene!!!
    THANK YOU for sharing :)

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  3. Love how you layered all the lovely flowers around Newton. So darn cute!!!

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  4. Oh wow! I'm definitely in love for these new stamp sets! Really cute!!!! Your card is absolutely sweet and wonderful!!! Love, love, love!

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  5. Wonderful coloring. Newton is just so sweet and adorable!!
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com
    HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

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  6. Love the kitty playing the ukulele nestled in a bed of hibiscus flowers! Such a cute card you made with this adorable stamp set!

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  7. So cute! Love the soft hibiscus with the Newton.

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  8. This is beautiful--love the flowers.

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  9. Your hibiscus flowers are fabulous. Your coloring is awesome and the darling little kitty is fantastic. Great card. :)

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  10. Newton in the hibiscus how cute is that!

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  11. That is so colorful and beautiful! Great work!

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  12. Love the way you colored Newton and those gorgeous hibiscus flowers! This has to be my favorite release of all time... I love it all! Fabulous stamps and dies! My wish list is long!

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  13. Newton is having
    fun relaxing in
    the flowers! Very
    pretty.
    Carla from Utah

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  14. Your card is just adorable and pretty!

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  15. I'm looking forward to getting my hands on the hibiscus die and Newton's Hawaii stamp.

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  16. Such a beautiful feminine card. I love the embossed sentiment....it just pops!

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  17. So cute and adorable! Newton has never been sweeter! Love! And the hibiscus dies are absolutely stunning!

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  18. Oh, this is so sweet! Love the flower in Newton's fur!

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  19. This one really caught my eye over on the NN blog... LOVE how you colored it and set the ukelele playing kitty in the lovely flowers!

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  20. Ohh this card is super adorable... one of my favorittes from today ☺

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  21. This is sooo sweet with the pink flowers! Your gray kitty looks absolutely adorable in your pi k hibiscus!

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