Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Newton's Nook Designs August Release Newton Dreams of New York

New York Spinner Card by Jess Gerstner for Newton's Nook Designs Newton Dreams of New York

Hello crafty friends! I'm so excited to share Newton's Nook Designs August Release with you. This is a stop on the new release blog hop so be sure to read to the end so you'll know how to enter to win! Today I will be sharing Newton Dreams of New York. I know many Newton fans love to see his travels around the world and this latest trip is so fun. For today's card I tried my first spinner card. This was great because it allowed me to include two different Newtons from the set. I have a tutorial for you sharing my process and some things I learned along the way:


I learned it's a lot simpler than it may seem but that using a thicker string will probably help with the sagging. I hope the recipient will like it even if it's a bit imperfect.

New York Spinner Card by Jess Gerstner for Newton's Nook Designs Newton Dreams of New York



Would you like to win the “Newton Dreams of New York” Stamp Set?
This set will be given away to ONE lucky winner
Here's how to win: 
Comment on the NND blog and Design Team blogs (see list below)! The winner will be chosen at random from the collective blog 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, August 18th at 9pm CST to comment  -- winners will be announced on the blog post on Friday, August 19th

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26 comments :

  1. Hello! How cool this stamp set is about where we met? Gorgeous card!!

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  2. Very cute cards. This new set is darling.

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  3. A great design Jess, love your scene.

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  4. Love the use of the skyline in the card design.

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  5. Great idea to use a spinner to showcase two adorable Newton images!

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  6. Fun spinner card...love the skyline buildings.

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  7. I love your spinner card! Inside and out! Newton has traveled much more than I have! Thank you for the video! I made a spinner card a long time ago when I first started stamping and I'd love to make another one now that I have dies and more supplies. I must have used a circle punch, can't remember, but it was cute and fun, just like this card!

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  8. Awesome spinner card, love it!

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  9. Love that you made this a spinner!

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  10. What a fun subject for a stamp set. I went to school in NY. I like how you stamped the city behind the spinner.

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  11. What a fabulous idea for a spinner card. Newton is just too adorable on the card and love how you have the city scene behind him.

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  12. Awesome spinner card! Very fun! Love this fab Newton set!

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  13. I love spinner cards and what a great way to make one!

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  14. I love spinner cards and what a great way to make one!

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  15. Very nice idea! Love the card!

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  16. Awww!!! This new set is so cool like NY! And your cards are really amazing!!!

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  17. SUPER FUN card Jess :)
    LOVE your COOL spinner action and CUTE Newton images, LOVE your skyline in the backgroung too!!!
    THANK YOU for sharing your INSPIRATION and tutorial, I look forward to making my very 1st spinner card real soon!!!

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  18. Too cute!! Love how you made a spinner card! I need to try it out!

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  19. this is a wonderful set.
    Wish I lived in New York but I'll still
    make use of the stamps.
    Darling card.
    thanks for haring

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  20. Great cards, Newton is having great adventures.

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  21. Ohmygosh! What a clever design! There is no such thing as an imperfect gift when it's !ade with love! Besides, who wouldn't like this super cute card!?

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