Thursday, December 15, 2016

Happy Christmas Card by Jess Gerstner

Happy Christmas Card by Jess Gerstner | Newton Loves Coffee, Beautiful Blizzard and Simply Seasonal Stamp sets by Newton's Nook Designs #newtonsnook

Happy Christmas with Coffee!

Today Jess combined several NND sets to create this adorable Christmas card! She started out embossing some snowflakes from our Beautiful Blizzard stamp set onto some pretty woodgrain paper. She added on that adorable kitty hugging his coffee mug from our Newton Loves Coffee stamp set and finished it off with the "Happy Christmas" sentiment created using words from our Simply Seasonal set. This card is so perfect for Christmas with all the neutral colors and the pop of red and green!

Jess created a video for this card too! 

This week we are sharing several goodbyes as we are having a new Design Team starting in January! This post will be the last post for Jess as a Design Team Member! We've really enjoyed all her fun creations and videos over the last couple of years!

Although this is Jess's last post as on the Newton's Nook Design Team she's still going to be hanging out with us in 2017 to help out with our Inky Paws Challenges! In the new year we're going to switch up our challenges a bit so stay tuned for some exciting new changes! 

Thanks for the beautiful inspiration today, Jess! You can see more of her projects on her blog, Jess Crafts  - and you can also follow her Jess Crafts youtube channel to see great videos too!


  1. This Gorgeous!Love the wood grain paper and white snowflakes together!

  2. sorry that Jess is leaving.
    this card is gorgeous!

  3. What a happy card! Amazing design and colors!

  4. This is a really beautiful card. I never dared to use such a "strong" paper as direct background (always added another paper on top), but now I think I will give it a try. Thank you for sharing.

  5. I'll miss Jess's regular videos on your DT. I always enjoyed seeing her cards and today's was no exception!


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