Newton Frenzy Medley Birthday

By Taheerah | 10th July 2014 | 10 Comments

Hey everyone! Happy Thursday!

I’m up on the Newton’s Nook blog today with a totally awesome card! I’ve been using Winston heavily in my cards recently so it was time to go back to my all-time favourite stamps featuring Newton himself!

Here’s what I came up with:

This one was a total labour of love and I am so thrilled with how it turned out!! 

Happy Birthday Papa Cat Card by Taheerah Atchia

I started with a panel of Rustic White cardstock and die cut the letters from it using the Spotlight Grand Alpha dies. I then took another panel of cardstock that was the same size and traced the letters onto it lightly using a pencil so that I knew my positioning. 

Happy Birthday Papa Cat Card by Taheerah Atchia

Then came the fun – all those Newtons!! I used stamps from Newton’s Antics, Newton’s Holiday Mischief and Newton’s Birthday Bash and stamped them all with Memento Tuxedo Black ink. I had to use masking in some places to get all those Newtons in there! I then coloured them all with Copics.

Happy Birthday Papa Cat Card by Taheerah Atchia

I adhered the negative letters panel to the Newton panel using Pinflair Glue Gel then stamped and coloured a few more Newtons and adhered them in place using Pinflair so it looked like they were popping out of the panel!

Happy Birthday Papa Cat Card by Taheerah Atchia

Finally I stamped the sentiment from Neat & Tangled’s Across The Card set using Versafine Onyx Black ink and adhered my finished piece to a Rustic White card base and I was all done!!

Please do leave a comment on the Newton’s Nook blog – and while you’re there take a look at the latest Inky Paws Challenge too! PS: those of you who are Newton fans will really want to check out next week’s release. Just sayin’… *wink*

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



10 thoughts on “Newton Frenzy Medley Birthday”

  1. I really like this card Taheerah and you can tell that it took you ages to make – but it was so worth it! I especially like the decoupaged Newton's peeking out of the letters!

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