Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Deck the Halls with Inky Paws - Day 2 - Amy Kolling

Deck the Halls with Inky Paws - Newton's Nook Designs

Welcome to day two of our Deck the Halls with Inky Paws week! 

Each day this week we will have a new awesome featured guest and then a BIG blog hop on Friday, December 4th (with some give-aways, of course!) So make sure you come back and visit us every day!

Today's Featured guest is Amy Kolling

Hello! My name is Amy Kolling. I live in Kansas with my 2 kids and husband. Beside my crafty resume, I work full time as a Dialysis RN at one of the largest clinics within the company. I started scrapbooking nearly 20 years ago with layouts using my wedding photos. Once I found stamping (via a Stampin' Up friend), I became a die-hard cardmaker . . . there was just something about all the matchy ink and papers that had me hook, line, and sinker! I would not be where I am today without the amazing stamping community of friends that have encouraged me from the very beginning. I am a CAS, with a few layers, kind of stamper but like to try all sorts of techniques that may or may not take me out of my comfort zone.

Here's what Amy created!

Deck the Halls with Inky Paws - Day 2 - Amy Kolling | Fox Hollow Stamp set by Newton's Nook Designs #newtonsnook

Amy created this adorable shaker card using our Fox Hollow stamp set and coordinating Fox Hollow die set! I just love that sweet fox couple in front of the shaker window and the fun plaid paper! This set is nice because it can be used for Christmas cards but you can also use it for Winter themed cards for any occasion! 

Thanks so much, Amy for being our guest today! She will be back for our Deck the Halls with Inky Paws blog hop on Friday, December 4th. Until then, you can visit her at her blog, Stamp-n-Paradise to read more about her adorable projects and say hello! 

Tomorrow we will have special Guest Stephanie Klauck from Round Here 
so make sure you take some time to come back and visit us again! 


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