Tuesday, September 13, 2022

Halloween Inspiration Week - Day 2 - Zsofia & Amanda

Newton's Nook Designs Halloween Inspiration Week • September 2021

This week Newton's Nook Designs is getting ready for Halloween with a fun Inspiration week! 


All week the NND Design Team will be sharing inspiration using some of their favorite Halloween products to get you in the mood for tricks and treats! Today we are featuring cute and spooky projects by Amanda Wilcox and Zsofia Molnar.
 Zsofia created a trick-or-treat scene featuring fun halloween dogs and cats on her card!
Halloween Inspiration Week | Halloween Card by Zsofia Molnar | Happy Howl-oween Stamp Set, Halloween Pile Stamp Set and Die Sets by #newtonsnook #handmade
For this fun scene, Zsofia paired the Kitty and puppies from our Halloween stamp sets. The image of two dogs on the left is from our Happy Howl-oween Stamp Set and the image of the dog and cat stacked on the right is from our Halloween Pile Stamp Set. She embossed the images with black embossing poweder to give them a nice crisp edge and colored them using fun, bright halloween colors. She cut the images out usign the coordinating Happy Howl-oween Die Set and Halloween Pile Die Set.

For the scene on her card she created a blue and purple sky using distress inks. She embossed the sentiment into the sky with white embossing powder and added a little bat too!
Halloween Inspiration Week | Halloween Card by Zsofia Molnar | Happy Howl-oween Stamp Set, Halloween Pile Stamp Set and Die Sets by #newtonsnook #handmade

She added in a fence that was cut out using our Fence Die Set and a little bit of grass along the bottom using our Land Borders Die Set. The whole scene is framed with a black postage edged frame cut out with our Framework Die Set
It's so easy to mix and match the characters from our different Halloween designs! What a fun way to send a Happy Halloween greeting!Halloween products used: Happy Howl-oween Stamp Set, Happy Howl-oween Die Set, Halloween Pile Stamp Set, Halloween Pile Die Set
Additional Newton's Nook Designs products used: Fence Die Set, Land Borders Die Set, Framework Die Set

Visit Zsofia's blog: safsafdesign to see more!Amanda created a Halloween card that will leave you "feline" batty! 
Halloween Inspiration Week | Halloween Card with Bat Cat by Amanda Wilcox | Spooky Roundabout Stamp Set, Batty Newton Stamp Set and Framework Die Set by #newtonsnook #handmade
For the incredible card, Amanda stamped and embossed the big circle image from our Spooky Roundabout Stamp Set multiple times to create a fun background filled with ghosts, pumpkins, and more! Then she inked over the white embossing using distress inks and added some black and white paint splatters to add to the spooky effect! She cut this panel out using our Framework Die Set to give it a fun postage edge. 

For the main image, she stamped and colored the kitty dressed in a bat costume from our Batty Newton Stamp Set. She colored the kitty in neutral gray tones and made the bat wings dusty purple. A bright green collar and pink ears and toes give the image a fun pop of color! She cut the image out using the  coordinating Batty Newton Die Set and layered it over her fun background.  For the sentiment she used "feline batty" from the Batty Newton Stamp Set and embossed it in white onto a black tag cut out using our Framework Die Set.
Halloween Inspiration Week | Halloween Card with Bat Cat by Amanda Wilcox | Spooky Roundabout Stamp Set, Batty Newton Stamp Set and Framework Die Set by #newtonsnook #handmade
What a great way to create a custom background to showcase a favorite stamp! We hope you enjoyed this idea today! 

Additional Newton's Nook Designs products used: Framework Die Set

Visit Amanda's blog: Twiddler's Nook to see more!

Check back tomorrow for more inspiration!

Don't forget to check out the Halloween Products Category and get your favorites for creating cute and spooky Halloween crafts!


2 comments:

  1. Spook-tacular! Wonderful coloring, backgrounds & more. Ready to trick or treat.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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