Friday, July 18, 2014

Newton's Nook Designs Anniversary Blog Hop


Welcome to Newton's Nook Designs Anniversary Blog Hop! Newton’s Nook Designs is so excited to be celebrating their One Year Anniversary - one whole year of getting our paws inky!  To celebrate we have an AMAZING blog hop featuring with our brand new design team and some AWESOME Special Guests! You are going to love all the fun inspiration they're sharing using Newton’s Nook Designs Stamps! Today I will be sharing a card and video featuring one of the new July Release sets Newton's Summer Vacation and there is a chance to win a $10 Newton's Nook Designs gift certificate so stay tuned. 


As you saw in the video my card today features stamping and coloring on sandpaper as well as coloring with Inktense pencils. 


Celebrate with us and enter to win!Would you like to win a $10 coupon for Newton's Nook Designs online shop? We will be choosing TWO lucky winners! 
Here’s how to win:Comment on the Design Team Member and Guest blogs (see list below)! TWO winners will be chosen at random from the collective blogs in the blog hop. 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 Sunday, July 20th at 9 pm CDT to comment  -- winners will be announced on the blog post on Monday, July 21st. We are running a giveaway on our Facebook page too so make sure to enter here for another chance to win!!


If you get lost along the way, you can always pop back to the Newton's Nook Designs blog for the whole blog hop list!

55 comments :

  1. Love the sandpaper sand and castle, so cute!

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  2. Fantastic!

    Rebecca
    brrck@yahoo.com

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  3. Great card. Thanks for the video. Something I will have to try.

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  4. Cute kitty cat, thanks for sharing.

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  5. Very cute card - love the sandcastle :)

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  6. Lovely coloring...a kitty with a sandcastle. Don't see that every day.

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  7. This is too cute! Love the sandpaper!

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  8. What a clever idea for using sand paper! Thanks for sharing!

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  9. Super cute card and great texture with the sand paper!

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  10. Love your card and the video! I would have never thought to use sandpaper!! Thanks for the great idea!!

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  11. Thanks for the video, I love the sand paper being used for sand.

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  12. Love the layers, and that image is adorable!

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  13. Cute, cute, cute! I love Newton with his sandcastle! Happy one-year anniversary to Newton's Nook Designs!

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  14. Thanks for sharing your CUTE card.
    Crafty hugs,
    D~
    DesignsByDragonfly.blogspot

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  15. Thanks for the tutorial. Great card!

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  16. I love it when so many colors are combined, yet the subject is well anchored.

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  17. Great video haven't used sandpaper but I will in the future.

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  18. Wow--your card is great! I loved watching your video, and I'm glad you included the coloring part--I feel like I learned so much!

    Chris L.

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  19. Cute. This is an adorable image and I love your paper choices.

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  20. What a CUTE card! Thanks for the video!

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  21. This is such a clever card - I would never have thought to stamp on sandpaper, but it's so effective! Thanks for the video too (I have subscribed now).

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  22. Great coloring and choice of papers.

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  23. Sandpaper - I just never thought of using that, but I will definitely look for some and use it on a future project. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  24. Super cute! Love the Sandpaper idea! Thanks so much for being part of our blog hop today!

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  25. You made a sandpaper castle? How amazingly unique and creative. Love it.

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  26. How fun! Your
    card is colored
    so pretty.
    Carla from Utah

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  27. Wow thanks for your video I had no idea you could stamp and color on sand paper it is awesome and your card is wonderful great job!

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  28. Great card Jess! I would never think to use sandpaper to create sand. So very clever!

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  29. Love and adore your card!!!! Such a great idea with the sand paper!!

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  30. Darling card-great design and choice of papers.

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  31. so cool!! love the idea of the sandpaper use, again!! and i have some inktense pencils - they totally rock!!!! super wonderful and happy card!! perfect for a celebration!!

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  32. Great card! The cat just looks like my own cat ;)

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  33. Love the idea of stamping on sandpaper...will have to try! And I'm so glad to find another YT channel for cardmaking. :)

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  34. Lovely. Thanks for the tutorial too. I love seeing video how to

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  35. Fantastic! Love the use of the sandpaper.....very effective!

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  36. Love the sandpaper. Never thought to stamp on sand paper. What a great look!

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  37. I love your card. The sandpaper is a brilliant idea!

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  38. Adorable card and love your creative use of the sandpaper.

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  39. I love your video!!!! Great idea with the sandpaper...now off to raid the garage!

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  40. Wonderful sandcastle, what a creative idea! Thanks so much for the inspiration!

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  41. What a fun way to add texture to your image! I love how the sandcastle and sand look! TFS!

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  42. Love this card, so full of great ideas!

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  43. WOWOWOWOWOW!! Super FUN!! I LOVE the sandpaper stamping and the FUN video!! THANKS for sharing and have a FABULOUS WEEK!! =)

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  44. Great papers and coloring on your cute card! Love all the Newton designs!

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  45. Love the idea for sandpaper to represent the sand castle! Very unique!

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  46. Clever idea with the sandpaper - off to raid the garage...

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