Sunday, June 16, 2019

Inky Paws Challenge--100th Challenge Celebration!

It's our 100th Challenge!!!!

Celebrate with us and get your paws EXTRA inky! 
For this special challenge we are hosting 4 link ups! 
That means 4 chances to win a $25 store credit!

Here's the details: Choose your favorite challenge and play it again!
Pick one of our past challenges--Color, Sketch, or Theme.
You can find all the challenges on the Pinterest Board here, 
or by looking through our previous challenges at IPC.

To give our speCATular fans an extra chance to win, we've added a fourth challenge--use your favorite NND product and tell us why it's your favorite!  I know...how will you ever be able to select a favorite.  They are all so fabulous! 

For extra chances to win, you can enter up to 3 entries in each category!  That's 12 ways to win some new NND product!  (Please no combining of challenges.  Each card you create can only be entered into one link-up category.)


You have TWO WEEKS to play along - Deadline to enter is Friday, June 28, 2019 at Midnight CST. The winners will be announced on the NND blog the following Monday. 

Here's my inspiration!


IPC#4 Sketch

Relax by Debbie features Floaty Goat, Seashells, Land Borders and Sea Borders by Newton's Nook Designs; #newtonsnook
I won my first Newton's Nook Designs stamp set way  back on October 18, 2013, and I've been a Newton junkie since then!  So to pick from the 99 different challenges, I was a bit overwhelmed.  Therefore, I decided to use the sketch (IPC#4) that started my NND adventure. For my card, I created a little river flowing between the seashore using the Land Border and Sea Borders die sets. To create the seashore, I used distress ink and matte texture paste with the Seashell stencil. I adhered the layers before cutting with the rounded-edge die from the Framework die set. I stamped and colored the goat from the Floaty Goat stamp set and added glossy accents to make the tube look inflated.  I used the 'relax' sentiment from the Newton's Summer Vacation stamp set.

Here's my 1st IPC entry using the above sketch!
I used Newton's Holiday Mischief, which was my very first NND stamp set that I had won from a NND blog hop!  Since that fateful day, my NND collection has grown a lot--not only are there amazingly cute stamp, but the stencils and dies are just amazing!  

Now it's your turn to make our 100th challenge extra fabulous!


Other Challenges I'm entering my card:

6 comments:

  1. Lovely inspiration Debbie! I see your first IPC entry and I think it's time for me to play as well. I just got a stamp set of NND from a destash and can't wait to play along.

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  2. I'm loving both your cards!! I love that you chose the perfect patterned paper for each. You did a way better job at coloring Floaty Goat than I did. He turned out great! And I love the two different ways you interpreted the sketch.

    Thanks for sharing your cards with us for our Cut it Up for our Welcome Summer challenge!

    Evelyn
    http://mylittlecraftblog.wordpress.com

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  3. This is gorgeous! I love that you re-did your first entry! I remember that one too! Both cards are fantastic! I love the sparkle on the first one and I love the layering with the dies on the second! So cool to see them both!
    -Jen {Newton's Nook Designs}

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  4. Such a fun summer card; that image is delightful! Your stenciling is perfect with the river! Thanks for sharing with us at Cut It Up! ~Katrina

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  5. Great idea such a fabulous image. Thank you for supporting International Art and Soul, I love seeing your creativity and imagination at work. We hope to see your inspiring talent again in the near future. Love ‘n’ hugs Sall, International Art and Soul DT

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  6. Clever way to use the goat stamp. Cute card!

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