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Clean and Simple with Newton's Nook Holding Happiness



Hello everyone!  Today's project focuses on multiple cards using the same design but with a little bit of a different flare.  These clean and simple cards were easy to put together and the added elements really bring them up a notch.  I used a few staple products to bring them all together.  First, I did some loose water coloring with Distress inks and then stamped out my three large images from the Newton's Nook Holding Happiness stamp set onto the colored backgrounds.  I then cut out just the balloons/presents/cakes as they will be popped up on the cards.
After that, I stamped and colored the full images onto a card panel.  Using some subtle patterned paper to divide the card, I placed that on the upper half of the design.  I used this amazing glitter cardstock by Concord and 9th to add accents to the cards such as the bows and ribbon but also the sentiments on most of the cards.  I am LOVING these layered sentiments by Paper Rose in both the celebrate and congrats.  I finished off the cards with more color, Nuvo Crystal drops, and Nuvo Crystal Glaze.  Thanks so much for stopping by.










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