Newton's Nook Designs April Release Day 2

Tuesday, April 11, 2017


Hello there, lovelies!
Welcome back to day 2 of the Newton's Nook Designs April Release!
Today we are revealing this lovely new set " Lovely Blooms" along with the coordinating die set ;-) All the new goodies will be available for purchase this Friday the 14th over at the Newton's Nook Designs Shop!





Are you feeling the spring air!?
This set is absolutely stunning, and oh how versatile!
This set immediately reminded of my mother-in-law, who loves hydrangea, and her name is Rose! (So perfect for her, isn't it!?)
Alright, here is my card...;-)


Newton's Nook Designs Lovely Blooms Set - Naki Rager


So naturally, I was thinking about my lovely mother-in-law. 
She's made cards with me several times and she somewhat enjoyed it. She is just not into any type of craft, but did tell me which colors she likes out of the cardstock I own.


Newton's Nook Designs Lovely Blooms Set - Naki Rager


 So I colored the hydrangea with her favorite purples. It was stamped with antique linen distressed ink on watercolor, colored in with the SU reinkers, then die cut with the coordinating die. The mason jar was heat embossed with Pool Party on vellum, leaves were also heat embossed with Gumball Green on vellum, and all were die cut with the coordinating dies. I also die cut 2 more leaves from the green and white polka dots paper. You can see the polka dots through the vellum, isn't it fun!? I love vellum...{giggle}



Newton's Nook Designs Lovely Blooms - Naki Rager


As many women are, my mother-in-law is a lot of things. She is her parent' precious daughter, has a sister, many friends, then a mother of 2 boys, now her favorite, grandmother to my 4 beautiful kids. So I thought it was just perfect and appropriate to have all these "titles" that represent who she is. I stamped the mason jar and hydrangea with antique linen distressed ink where I wanted them on the panel, then water colored the whole panel with Blushing Bride. While at it, I filled up the jar with some water as well ;-) Then the sentiments were heat embossed with white, the flowers were placed, then I adhered the die cut sentiment, which is coated with clear emboss powder to add some gloss, on the bottom. The right side of the card needed a bit more color so I water colored that single flower and popped it on with a glue dot. Of course, I had to sprinkle some clear sequins ;-) Little pieces of washi tape was placed to add some more colors also. 



{Would you like to win the “Lovely Blooms” Stamp Set?}
This set will be given away to ONE lucky winner


Here's how to win: 
Comment on the NND blog and Design Team blogs (see list below)! The winner will be chosen at random from the collective reveal posts. Make sure to check out each of their blogs and comment for your chance to win. You will not know which blog has been chosen so the more you comment on the better your chances are of winning! You have until Thursday April 13th at 9pm CST to comment  -- winners will be announced on the blog post on Friday, April 14th

Check out all the awesome Design Team Blogs below to enter:




Thank you so much for stopping by!
Hope you enjoyed it!
Our reveal continues, so make sure you come back tomorrow again!



29 comments :

  1. Beautiful colors and how cool that you crafted with her to know what colors she liked - this card is so soft and pretty, I'm sure she will love it!

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  2. Naki, this looks so gorgeously vintage. I LOVE this card, it's a feast for the eyes!

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  3. Ohhhh!!! Lovely bouquet!!! Totally awesome!!!

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  4. This is so pretty! The soft pastels are so warm and light!

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  5. Such a pretty card! Love the soft watercolor background with the embossed sentiments!

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  6. Such a special card! Your MIL will love (& cherish!) it, I'm sure.

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  7. So pretty and love the watercolor background and that you used washi tape! I usually leave the washi tape for the envelope but it looks great on this card and love the sparkle!

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  8. Your MIL will really love this card.
    To have a DIL who loves you enough
    the put effort into making a card
    that reflects things you like is
    wonderful.
    thanks for sharing.

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  9. Love the soft feel of this card. Beautifully done

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  10. Pretty card - LOVE the soft colors:)

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  11. So beautiful! And I love how you thought to include all the titles that mean something to her in the background!
    -Jen {Newton's Nook Designs}

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  12. Beautiful background for this jar of flowers.

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  13. Very pretty card, love the soft colors!!

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  14. Lovely work with pretty, soft tone!

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  15. Gorgeous card! Love the soft colors you used for the background and the beautiful hydrangea!

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  16. Beautiful! Love the soft colors!

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  17. your card is very soft and pretty!

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  18. Beautiful! I love the soft color palette. Great idea to emboss the sentiments.

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  19. Your card looks so beautiful! Love the soft feeling on it!!!

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  20. wow!!! That card is out-of-this-world gorgeous!

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  21. What fabulously frosty hydrangeas!

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  22. Love your card. These stamps are beautiful

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  23. So much thought went into this card for your MIL...she will love it! I love the great interest you created with different embellishments and techniques.

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  24. What an amazingly beautiful card! Oh, and so much thought and caring that went in to it, I am sure she will just love it!

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  25. I love the soft feel of this card. I love how the watercolors highlight each of the word in the background!

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  26. Love the soft, quiet feel to your card.

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