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Newton's Nook: Spooky Street Release!

 Happy Wednesday!  Welcome to Day #3 of the
Newton's Nook September Releases!
Today we're featuring another set of the more 'solid'
stamp images, as I like to call them.
These are so much fun to use when you don't have time
to color in a design or if you just like the clean 'n simple look that they bring!

"Spooky Street" Stamp Set:

My sample card made with this spooky stamp set:
 After die-cutting a circle from some creepy spider paper, I sponged on some
warm yellow ink with a dauber.  Next, I dabbed on some of the same ink on a 
smooth white cardstock and then stamped the house image with Memento Tuxedo Black.

 
The house was restamped over the bottom of the 'moon'

and then topped with the same image that had been hand-cut from the cardstock.
I had some fun cutting up a little yard from a scrap piece of green paper :)
Patterned papers from Authentique.

Would you like to win “Spooky Street”?
 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. This is such a neat card Shellye! I love the layout, the contrast between the diagonal lines and the stars, how the flag is coming out of the house with the DP moon behind it, the glittery scalloped border, and especially those pretty patterned papers you used! FAB! ~ Meredith

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  2. Okay this set is great!
    Adding that flag was genius!
    Live it!

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  3. Lovin the Halloween set!!!!!!!!

    Great cards!

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  4. Love all the depth and layering!

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  5. I really like this card! Not too fussy, just right!

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  6. Beautiful Halloween card! I love how you hand-cut the grass!

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  7. I love the stars background! Just makes the whole card perfect. Thanks so much for a great project!

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  8. Great card! Love the patterned papers and all the layering!

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  9. I love Halloween cards! Yours is fabulous! I love these fun new stamps! Awesome card design!

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  10. What a great layout, and the colors all flow together perfectly!

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  11. You really created a wonderful Halloween card, keep up the great work!

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  12. Awesome awesome awesome card!! I just love that extra yellow you added to the circle too!! That house stands out so well!! I really LOVE that diaganol striped patterned paper too! So happy and bright!!

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  13. Loving that big, yellow full moon! What a great design!

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  14. Awesome paper choices on your fun Halloween card! I love the way the house looks 'lit up'! Such a fun set with that delightfully spooky haunted house!

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  15. I love how the moonlight shines through the windows. Very subtle but effective.

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  16. Love the little spiders in the background

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  17. Such perfect papers to show off this stamp set!

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  18. Fun card. Love the paper and the banner. TFS

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  19. Cool papers, out of this world trims, awesome use of a pixie - that about sums up the magnificence that is this card!! Love the details you always add that just Complete your projects!! Super duper cool!!

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