Monday, August 21, 2017

Newton's Nook Designs & Chibitronics Inspiration Week - Day 1 with Samantha and Juliana

Newton's Nook Designs & Chibitronics Inspiration Week #newtonsnook #chibitronics

This week Newton's Nook Designs and Chibitronics are partnering for a fabulous inspiration week! All week long both design teams will be sharing ways to light up your cards using Chibi lights with Newton's Nook Designs stamps! 
There are prizes too! Read all the way to the end of this post to find out how you can win!

Today we are featuring projects by Samantha and Juliana!

 First up we have this adorable HOWL-iday card by Samantha:

Happy Howl-idays light up card by Samantha Mann | Canine Christmas Stamp set by Newton's Nook Designs with chibitronics lights | #newtonsnook #chibitronics
It's never to early to start creating Holiday cards! Samantha created this cute holiday scene using the Basset Hound from our Canine Christmas Stamp Set! She created a light up spot behind his red nose to make him look like Rudolph using the Chibitronics Starter Kit! How cute! She also added some lights in the fun distress inked sky! The tiny little Santa image is masked off from an image in our Newton's Curious Christmas Stamp Set! When you press in the bottom corner of the card they all light up! 

Happy Howl-idays light up card by Samantha Mann | Canine Christmas Stamp set by Newton's Nook Designs with chibitronics lights | #newtonsnook #chibitronics

Visit Samantha's blog: Sam's Scrap Candy to see more and leave a comment for another chance to win!

Our second project today is a gorgeous Space Scene by Juliana:

Space Cat light up card by Juliana Michaels | Cosmic Newton Stamp set & Starfield Stencil by Newton's Nook Designs with Chibitronics lights | #newtonsnook #chibitronics

Juliana used her Chibitronics Starter Kit along to create a fun space scene!  She colored the cute image of the kitty in a space suit from the Cosmic Newton Stamp Set and trimmed him out using the coordinating Cosmic Newton Die Set. Then she created an awesome starry background for him using our distress inks along with our Starfield Stencil! She added a fun cloud along the bottom using our Sky Borders Die Set and added the "Never Stop Dreaming" sentiment from the Cosmic Newton Stamp Set!  Some of those stars in the sky light up too - make sure you pop over to her blog to see more photos! 

Visit Juliana's blog: 17 Turtles to see more and leave a comment for another chance to win!

Would you like to win a prize pack including a Starter Kit from Chibitronics and a $30 store credit to Newton’s Nook Designs?


Here's how to win:
Leave a comment on the NND & Design Team blog posts using Chibitronics products all week (Aug 21-25) to enter. One winner will be randomly chosen from blog posts throughout the week so the more posts you leave comments on the better your chances are of winning! You have until Friday August 25th at midnight CST to comment. The winner will be announced on the NND blog post on Monday, August 28th.

Chibitronics will also be giving away a prize pack! Make sure to visit the Chibitronics Blog each day this week for more inspiration and leave comments there for another chance to win!


29 comments:

  1. WOW - these lights are gorgeous with the stamp sets and I'm so glad that you will be carrying them. Can't wait to see more inspiration.

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  2. These are so fun with the lights! Love the paw prints in the snow on Samantha's card. Great coloring by both.

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  3. Love the details in the happy howl-idays card!

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  4. Such a exciting way to add more interest to crafty creations. Fun cards!

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  5. I've been giving cards to family for years, this year they'll be going "Wow! how did --?" when they see lights on this year's cards! Oh yeah!!!

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  6. What fun cards! Love the cute space cadet Newton! Extra special with the addition of the lights!

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  7. I love Rudolf the Red Nose Basset Hound! I've always wanted to try out the Chibitronics, but I haven't bought any yet.

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  8. Your stars card is inspiring. I would like to try one with a birthday candle. Winning a Chibitronics would help make this happen.

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  9. Both of these cards are so cute! I love "Rudolph" with his paw prints in the snow and light-up nose!

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  10. Too cute and
    they look so
    fun!
    Carla from Utah

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  11. Beautiful cards ! I've tried the lights recently and it's just excellent. I've decided to do some of my Xmas cards with the Chibitronics lights, for my best friends.

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  12. I love the interactive element to these cards. These kits look like fun to play with!

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  13. I love the interactive element to these cards. These kits look like fun to play with!

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  14. Such adorable cards! Love the lights!

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  15. Chibitronics lights are so cool. They really add that special touch to your card.

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  16. The Chibitronics lights are perfect for these cute cards.

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  17. What fun cards, love these light up cards!

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  18. Awww!!!! Great collaboration!!! Love both your products!!!
    Both these cards are absolutely cute!!!

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  19. Chibitronics lights add so much to a card and just take a to the next level. Looking forward to seeing more inspiration!

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  20. The lights make awesome cards even more great! Love the holiday one especially!

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  21. Love love these cards. I have to say the puppy is my favorite.

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  22. Oh my your cards are so darn cute - the doggy with antlers made me laugh:)

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  23. Cute cards! I especially love the first one because I have 2 precious Basset Hounds :)

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  24. I've always wanted to try Chibitronics. Love what the gals have done with them here!

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  25. projects are great.
    blog hops usually link all the design teams blogs, you didn't how are we supposed to know where to go??

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