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Newton's Nook Reveal Day #5

Happy Friday and Welcome to Day #5 of the 
NEWTON'S NOOK DESIGNS' 
Holiday Release for October 2014

Today's stamp reveal is "Christmas Delivery"

For my final card this week I went with some simple
watercoloring on the reverse side of a piece of textured cardstock.
I added some subtle shading by making certain areas a little darker
with the watercolor pencils.  
The card front was embossed to resemble a snowy background.

Would you like to win "Christmas Delivery”?
This set will be given away to one lucky winner
Here's how to win: 
Comment on the NND blog and Design Team and Guest blogs (see list below)!
 One winner will be chosen at random from the collective blogs listed below. 
Make sure to check out each  blog and comment for your chance to win.
 You will not know which blog will be chosen so the more you comment on
 the better your chances are of winning!  
You have until Friday, October 17 at 9pm CDT to comment
  -- winners will be posted on the NND blog on Saturday, October 18th. 

Check out all the awesome Design Team Blogs below to enter:

Comments

  1. What a gorgeous card and gorgeous coloring!!

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  2. I love how you used the backside of the watercolor paper, the texture is fantastic! Very pretty card, thanks for sharing!

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  3. I love the softness of the watercolor pencils. Just a cute card. Thanks so much for sharing all week!

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  4. Adorable! I love the texture in the image! <3

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  5. So cute! Love how you used the textured cardstock.

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  6. I love the rough look of the coloring. The textured cardstock worked great.
    thanks for sharing a cute card.

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  7. So pretty, love
    the embossing
    on the background
    paper.
    Carla from Utah

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  8. Very pretty! I like the contrast of the diagonal green peppermint stripes with the red & white dots on the ribbon.

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  9. Such a lovely card! The dry embossed background adds the perfect amount of detail and love the pops of color!

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  10. Really like how the watercolours look on the textured card stock...wonderful card.

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  11. darling card! love the textures from your paper and the embossing! darling stamp!

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  12. Thanks for sharing Your ADORABLE card. The embossing make the image pop.
    Crafty hugs,
    D~
    DesignsByDragonfly.blogspot

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  13. Such a cute card I would so love to win this stamp <3

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  14. Cute--I like how you colored on textured paper.

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  15. Another really cute card. I love the embossed background. This image is adorable.

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  16. So beautiful. love how the texture of the card shows through the colouring.

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  17. Love this card and the watercoloring is just so well done!! Love the way the card itself is designed - cool layout of the stamps and backgrounds and sentiment - superbly done!!!

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