Friday, August 31, 2018

Newton's Nook Designs - Newton's Boo-Tiful Night

Hi Newton's Nook Designs fans, welcome to my blog!  Today I'm showing off a card featuring the stamp set, Newton's Boo-Tiful Night.  I was super excited to work with this set because NND recently added coordinating dies. I'll link all the products below for you to see.

So I started out by diecutting a circle and distress inking the moon in using both a light and dark yellow ink.  Then I placed the die cut circle over the moon and sponged on a light grey. Over that, I sponged a little darker grey on the Cloudy Sky Stencil Then I distress inked all the edges using Black Soot distress ink. I added a heavy splatter of water/white acrylic ink to create the stars.

I cut the hill using the Land Borders die set, then inked it with Tea Dye and Fossilized Amber distress ink. I hoped it would make the top of the earth show the moon glow.  I copic colored the NND images, die cut them and popped them up using foam tape. I glued a few bats over the moon and stamped my sentiment on the hill.

I hope you like my project and thanks for stopping!

I entered this card in the following challenges!

SSS Monday Challenge Fall/Autumn
Double D Challenges - The Moon and Stars


  1. Such a cool card! The sky and your coloring are amazing.

  2. Spotted this in our Double D challenge and it's just too cute not to come take a closer look. What fun and adorable stamps, beautifully colored and cleverly designed. Thanks for sharing in our Moon and Stars challenge!

  3. OMG this is SO CUTE! Love the scene you have created! Thanks so much for joining in the fun at our Double D ‘The Moon and the Stars’ challenge! Good Luck and we hope you’ll come back often.

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  4. Wow, Amanda! Such a fantastic scene and your coloring is gorgeous! I love the glow of the moon reflected on the cats! Love your background too!

  5. Gorgeous card!! Love the scene and background, as well as, the sweet cats and bats.