Before you head down the ski hills on holiday vacation, make a card for the last Newton’s Nook Designs’ last Inky Paws Challenge (IPC) of the decade! Can you believe it?! IPC Challenge #113 will run for three weeks, till Friday, January 3, 2019. That means you have THREE weeks to get your project done for a chance to win a $20 store credit to use in the new year. Are you seeing 20/20 yet?! Start it out right with a win! One winner is chosen randomly from all the entrants that use Newton’s Nook Products in their projects. If you have time, you can submit as many as you like, too.
It’s a color challenge this time. Use colors, lime green, teal, blue and silver in your project for the win… and for the fun of crafting!
My inspiration tags use the following Newton’s Nook products:
- Moose Mountain Stamp and die sets
- Petite Snow Stencil (used with s sliver glittery paste)
- Speech Bubbles Die Set
- Evergreen Stencil
I absolutely love these adorable and adventurous Newton’s Nook Designs’ moose. I colored these two up in the colors of the challenge. The lime, teal and blue are easy to see here. I added silver in the snow (somewhat hard to see the glitz) in my tags, but I assure you that it is there! I used a sparkle pen with a Copic C3 and C1 to capture the last color of the challenge.
I used the Evergreen Stencil and the Petite Snow Stencil for the backgrounds of the tags. It’s a snowy, blistery scene for these moose!
The characters were stamped, colored using Copics, die cut and added to the card fronts with some foam tape so they stand out from the background. I also added the speech bubbles for each one, too. Baker’s Twine in blue and white was added for the tag strings to complete these two fun tags for the holidays!
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