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Newton's Nook: Winter Tails Release

Welcome to Day #1 of the November Releases from
NEWTON'S NOOK DESIGNS
Today we have the "Winter Tails" Stamp Set

Here is my sample card: 


I stamped Winston onto solid white cardstock, colored with watercolor pencils
 and glittered the snowball with iridescent glitter.  The 'hills' were cut from 
Authentique Paper's Cozy Collection with templates by Kiwi Lane.  
I also stamped the snowy hills with Tuxedo Black ink and highlighted 
just under the stamping with white marble glitter.

Would you like to win “Winter Tails”?
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 Tuesday, November 11th at 9pm CDT to comment 
  -- winners will be announced on the blog post on Wednesday, November 12th. 
Check out all the awesome Design Team Blogs below to enter:

Comments

  1. LOVE this SWEET Card!! =) So much Movement and I LOVE the Colors!! =) THANKS for sharing and have a Fabulous Week!! =)

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  2. Love the layering and the wavy design. Great card.
    thanks for sharing.

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  3. What a lovely card! I just love you're design, colors and ideas. Just adore the new stamp set.

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  4. So cute! Love your colors and layers! The texture is so gorgeous. Adore this new fun stamp set, thanks for sharing such an awesome card!~kim

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  5. I just love your beautiful snow mounds of patterns and textures to set the scene for this terrific stamp set! Fabulous card and design!

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  6. Lovely card - the designer paper hills are very neat!

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  7. Super cute card! Love all of the pretty layers and embellishments!

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  8. Great creation! Love all of the hills and stitching and the added glitter!

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  9. What a sweet card! I love your use of all the patterned papers and the way you put those pretty trims just below the curve.

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  10. I love how you used all the different pattern papers to create different textured. It all just works fabulously together!!

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  11. Oh how fun and I
    love the hills you
    made!
    Carla from Utah

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  12. Very pretty card! Love all the patterned papers! Winston is such a cutie!

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  13. Love this snowball rolling down a hill!
    Well done!

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  14. Beautiful card. Thanks for the share.

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  15. Beautiful! Love the stitched details

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  16. Darling card!! I just love this stamp set!!!

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  17. oh! this card is awesome! i LOVE the colors and all of the patterned papers you used - incredible!! the stitching and glitter added are so wonderful!! winston looks fantastic and the 'hills' are just perfect! wow!!

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  18. Super cute card! I love all the little details, the stitching and glitter and the yarn/ribbon! Just adorable! Thanks!

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  19. this release is cute and your card has lovely details!

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  20. What a fun card--I really like the color scheme you used, it is so pretty!

    Chris L.

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  21. Cute card, love the hills and the glitter. Winston looks like he's having a great time playing in the snow.

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  22. Oh goodness! This is totally amazing! Love the red pom-poms! Fabulous work!

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  23. Such a cute card! Thanks for sharing.

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  24. Wonderful texture and colours on this very cute card.

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  25. So many great details and love the pattern paper hills!

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  26. Oh such a cute card and I love all the details and txture. Gorgeously done.

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  27. What a fun card! Love your dimensions and texture and those colors! It is super awesome!

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  28. This is so fun! I love that you used patterned paper to create the "hills" of snow - what a cool idea!

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  29. There you go - blowing my mind again!! I cannot believe how stinking adorable this card is and just so well done!!! Masterful (as usual) use of the trims and embellishments - I am just in awe of this way cute card!! You are a fabulous crafter!!

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