Thursday, April 3, 2014

Hello Spring Card by Tessa Wise

Hello Spring Card by Tessa Wise for Newton's Nook Designs - Easter Scramble

Hello Spring!

Is it spring by you yet? Even though it's "officially" spring, it's certainly starting slow in the Midwest! However, I was excited to see a hint of green popping up in my flower beds -- the tulips are coming!

Since the tulips are starting to peek up it's very fitting that I get to share this lovely tulip card by Design Team member, Tessa Wise! She created this adorable spring card using the eggshell/tulip on our new mini Easter Scramble set! Isn't it so fun how this little set has so many possibilities? She used some fun watercolor techniques to color those little tulips! And I love the watercolored grass along the bottom!  Isn't it pretty? Tessa also used the "hello" sentiment from our Winged Wishes set to create the "hello spring" sentiment! What fun!  Thanks for the fun inspiration, Tessa! To see more of Tessa's amazing work, make sure you pop over to Tessa's blog, Crafty Girl Designs and say hello! 

Make sure to check out the Curtain Call Challenge!

Curtain Call Inspiration Challenge - Baby Booties - Newton's Nook Designs

Did you know Newton's Nook Designs is sponsoring the latest challenge over at the Curtain Call challenge blog?

The Curtain Call Inspiration design team is using our Winged Wishes stamp set for the "baby booties" inspiration challenge! If you haven't checked it out yet, make sure to head over there.  We're sponsoring a prize too so make sure to enter your creation for a chance to get some more NND stamps for yourself! 


  1. WOW! What a fabulous showcase of this set's versatility - and with a card that makes me feel joy! Wonderful little garden of tulips...soooo pretty!

  2. what a beautiful card! love that watercoloring!! i have yet to make those eggs into a tulip...but now i really really want to!!

  3. Perfectly sweet and I love this collaboration!

  4. LOVE this!! Such a SWEET card Design!! =)


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