Inky Paws Challenge #06

By Taheerah | 24th January 2014 | 14 Comments

Hey everyone! I’m back!

This is my second third post of the day!! Please scroll down to check out a quick announcement and also this week’s #FollowFriday – thank you!

So today we have a brand new Inky Paws Challenge up on the Newton’s Nook blog – so fun! Here’s the wonderful inspiration graphic we had to get us going:

Isn’t that awesome? Love those colours and those yummy looking heart cookies!

I used the colours to guide me and ended up creating this tag:

What do you think? I love how this turned out!

I started by stamping Newton and the balls of wool from Newton’s Antics, and the speech bubble from Just Say Cheese, onto Pure White cardstock and coloured them with Copics. I used Memento Tuxedo Black ink for stamping my catty and speech bubble, and Distress Inks in Mustard Seed, Peacock Feathers and Bundled Sage, and PTI ink in Berry Sorbet, for the wool.

I die cut my tag from cardstock and patterned paper from the My Mind’s Eye Howdy Doody collection using the Embellished Tag die and adhered them together. I stamped part of the coral wool again then adhered all my elements using Pinflair Glue Gel, before punching a tag and threading through some May Arts twine and adding a cute little clothes peg to finish things off. Love!

Please do check out the Newton’s Nook blog for links of all the DT members taking part, – their work is fabulous! And as well as that there’s all the details for how to enter the challenge and what you can win if you’re chosen as a winner!!

Thanks so much for stopping by – I would love it if you left some love before you went on your way!


14 thoughts on “Inky Paws Challenge #06”

  1. I REALLY love how you created yarn balls in the challenge colors! And the addition of the little thought bubble is adorable too! thanks for the fun inspiration for our Inky Paws Challenge!

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