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Newton's Nook: Falling Into Autumn

 Happy Tuesday!  Welcome to Day #2 of the
Newton's Nook September Releases!
Newton has been at it again and you're sure to
love he and his friends in all of their adorableness :)

Today we're featuring "Falling Into Autumn"


My sample card made with this sweet stamp set:
I used three different colors of Memento Luxe Inks and applied each in a section
of the leaf stamp.  Next I used a sponge to blend the colors together.  I hand-cut 
around the leaves and then swirled them in a circle at the center of the doily die-cut.
The card and patterned paper is by Authentique and the jute string is from May Arts Ribbon.

Would you like to win “Falling Into Autumn”?
 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, Sept 18 at 9pm CDT to comment 
 -- winners will be announced on the blog post on Friday, September 19th--
Check out all the awesome Design Team Blogs below to enter:

Comments

  1. i love the wreath idea! cute card.

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  2. WOW! This is just gorgeous. What a fantastic card!

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  3. This is the sweetest! I love the mixture of colors on your leaves.

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  4. Love your wreath, so pretty and perfect for Fall! Thanks for sharing!~kim

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  5. Love your autumn wreath and how you colored the leaves.

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  6. This is SO pretty Shellye! The layout is just so perfect! I don't have any of the Luxe inks yet, but they are on my wishlist! ;) I never thought of sponging ink that had already been applied to different sections of the stamp already - LOVE the effect! Will have to try it myself sometime! Thanks for the cool tip Teamie! ~ Meredith

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  7. Beautiful wreath. Clean and simple. Love the colors.
    thanks for sharing.

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  8. Stunning wreath! Love the pattern paper as well :)

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  9. Wow! This is gorgeous! I love how you did the leaves!

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  10. Beautiful Wreath. love your CAS approach, patterns and colors.

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  11. Such a lovely card! Love how you made a wreath using the leaves!

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  12. Really love the wreath you created!

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  13. What a beautiful wreath you created.

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  14. honestly, hands down - this card knocked my socks off! it's brilliant! i LOOOOOOOOOOOVE the way multi colors on the leaves! *swoon* seriously breathtaking!
    and a WREATH!!!?!?!? yes. wow! you are so inspiring!

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  15. I just love this wreath! This is so, so amazing!

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  16. Gorgeous - I just LOVE the wreath idea - super fun!!

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  17. Beautiful! I love the way you made the wreath on this card!

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  18. Oh now, that is AWESOME. I love this idea, and never would have thought of it!!!

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  19. Love these leafy designs and sentiments... great card with that fabulous wreath! Love the fall colors!

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  20. Your wreath is a standout...fantastic showcasing of out of the box ideas for this set!

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  21. Love the colors of the leaves. What a great idea to make a wreath. TFS

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  22. Shellye - what a marvel this card is!! So delicate and beautiful and such a sweet reminder of the beauty of fall!! Thanks for inspiring me to try something like this!! You are so cool, my friend!!

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