Today is our final reveaal day for our January Release! Everybody loves Newton and everybody loves Happy Mail so today we're combing those two favorites in our new Newton's Happy Mail stamp set! We are giving this stamp set away one lucky winner so make sure you read all the way to the bottom of this post to see how to win!
Newton's Happy Mail!
Everyone loves getting happy mail! Now you can send some adorable happy mail featuring Newton with this cute little 3 x 4 stamp set! Newton is ready to deliver the mail right out of the mailbox! Add the paw print onto the mailbox or customize it with your own message! Great for decorating envelopes too!
Here's some info on the Newton's Happy Mail stamp set:
- 3 x 4 photopolymer stamp set
- Includes 4 stamps: 2 images and 3 sentiments
- Coordinating Newton's Happy Mail purr-fect die set (sold separately) includes 2 dies
- Available for purchase in our online shop starting Friday, January 20th
Check out all the amazing Happy Mail from our Design Team!
Check out all the awesome projects below from our Design Team below! Then, make sure to click through to all their blogs for details on their cards - you will find a few extra cards on some of the DT blogs and you might even find a fun video or two along the way! Make sure to comment on all the blogs for a chance to win! Details on the giveaway are at the bottom of today's post.
|This card by Holly is sure to make the recipient feel special! That kitty delivering the mail from a cute pink mailbox is so sweet! She also added sky in the scene behind him and the little bird from the Raccoon Rascals stamp set. Adorable!|
|Juliana created this adorable Happy Mail Valentine! I love the added hot pink hearts in the background and those pink letters MUST be love notes!|
|Tatiana used traditional red, white and blue postal service colors on her card. I love how she created a custom border by drawing stripes on with copic markers! Such a fun idea!|
|Larissa also created a Valentine scene using this set! She added a heart onto the mailbox and a big one in the background too (using our Darling Hearts die set). She even stamped onto the envelope! So cute!|
|I love the steely grays Amanda used on her card. The subtle background papers really make the image pop off the center! That orange kitty is so adorable! He looks just like our real Newton!|
|This card by Naki is so adorable! I love how she colored that kitty in the mailbox with no-line coloring and watercolors! Then she added some great red and white washi and a created a cute little envelope in the corner too!|
|Here is some Happy Mail from Jennifer! The teal and black color combo is so fun and the pop of hot pink letters really adds to the card! Those must be Valentines cards being delivered! She also used the "Special Delivery" stamp on her envelope!|
|This scene by Maria is so cute! She added the new image of the kitty in the mailbox outside a wall. It's so cute how she added a window with the kitty in a sweater from the Sweater Weather stamp set looking out! Do you think she's waiting for her mail to arrive?|
|Ellen created such a cute scene for the kitty and the mailbox image! The colors she used are so fun too with a bright yellow mailbox and red letters! Getting this card in the mail would definitely make anyone happy!|
|This adorable mailbox card is by Samantha! She created a fun circle scene for the mailbox and cut it out using the coordinating die set to pop it off the card! Isn't it cool how she curved the "special delivery" sentiment around the edge of the circle?|
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 reveal 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 January 19th at 9pm CST to comment -- winners will be announced on the blog post on Friday, January 20th.
Check out all the awesome Design Team Blogs below to enter: