Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Newton's Nook Designs' October Release ~ Holiday Tweets


Welcome to the third day of Newton's Nook Designs' Holiday Release (sorry I missed the first few days - I am still recovering from that spinal fusion I had and Jen & Jeff were generous enough to give me some additional time to recuperate).  Today's 'tweet' little set will delight bird enthusiasts and is perfect for the welcome to the neighborhood, congratulations on your new home and holiday cards alike -- introducing Holiday Tweets:  


(I KNOW!  Isn't it the cutest?!!)  I decided to use the largest image in the set combined with some birdie themed papers from Echo Park's 'North Pole' stack to create this holiday card (I will admit, I am WAY behind this year - I usually have about 90 cards made by now; I only have two - EEK!!)

Merry Christmas Birdies Ornament Shapes Christmas card by Crafty Math Chick | Holiday Tweets stamp set by Newton's Nook Designs

I tried to color the birdies like their cardstock counterparts using my Copic markers, and tried to match the ornaments to the leaves.  I really do adore this set.  (I am a big bird lover and have lots of feeders in my yard so I have the pleasure of seeing these little guys from time to time.  Living in Virginia I am currently being totally spoiled since the state bird (actually Virginia is a Commonwealth) is the cardinal and we have TONS of those beautiful feathered babies everywhere out there.  They look so vibrant against the snow in the winter - I just LOVE it!!  

Would you like to win a 'Holiday Tweets' stamp set?
This set will be given away to ONE lucky winner!

Here's how to win:


Comment on the NND blog and the Designs Team blogs (see list below)!  The winner will be chosen at random from the collective blogs' release posts.  Make sure you check out each of the 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, October 27th at 9 pm CST to comment -- the winner will be announced on the blog post on Friday, October 28th.  


Check out all these awesome Design Team & Guest Blogs below to enter:
 



Newton's Nook Designs
Lydia Evans
Jess Gerstner
Larissa Heskett
Samantha Mann
Crafty Math-Chick
Stephanie Muzzulin
Danielle Pandeline
Naki Rager
Kimberly Rendino
Yukari Yoshioka

Stephanie Muzzulin is the next stop on the hop; I am sure she has created something spectacular for you to see (she always does!).  Thanks so much for stopping by!  

~ Crafty Math Chick

15 comments:

Indy said...

Love your different ideas on how to use this darling set! Your card is perfect to celebrate the upcoming holidays!

Shelly said...

Such a pretty card!

Macimbalo said...

Love these birds and your layout is perfect!

Mary Holshouser said...

Love how you put the design in the
ornament. the background paper is
wonderful.
thanks for shring.

Jennifer Jackson said...

Your birdie card is so adorable! I'm so glad you were able to play with this set since I know you love birds! The way you put them into the ornament shape is so perfect! Hope you're feeling better soon!

Denise Bryant said...

Darling card! Love the ornament shape and the pretty coloring of that tweet image!

Teresa Godines #6857 said...

Love that you decorated the ornament with these sweet little birds. TFS

cghundley said...

Beautiful design.
Great background
paper.
Carla from Utah

Mary-Anne V said...

Such a wonderful Christmasy card with the papers and the ornament die cut.

Andrea1702 said...

Lovely card! Love that you turned the image into an ornament!

Isabelle Siry said...

Very gorgeous card ! This is the typical Christmas card with those colours, the ornaments and those adorable cardinals ! Lucky you are to see them, I've never seen one, only on cards ! Thanks for sharing.
Izzy Scrap

Arianna Barbara said...

I love your card! So cute!!!

gayle-rn said...

So cute and love how you colored the stamps to coordinate with the paper. Thanx for sharing.
Gayle

Cynthia Cole said...

Adorable card!

Teresa Doyle said...

Oh my goodness, how pretty!