Golfing with Winston!

Hi friends! Thanks for stopping by today! Please give a big warm welcome back to special guest Jennifer Jackson of Newton’s Nook Designs to our blog today! We’re celebrating their latest release!
Golfing with Winston!    Golfing with Winston!

Hello! This is Jen from Newton‘s Nook Designs and I’m super excited to share some cute golf cards with you today using our new Winston’s Tee Time stamp set! With Father’s Day just around the corner I know there are so many Dads out there who would love these cards!

First up I have this “Tee-riffic” card featuring our bear, Winston! I started out by stamping “DAD” from the Winston’s Tee Time stamp set repeatedly on an angle on a piece of white cardstock. I used a small ruler to help line up the words and stamped most of them with Pumice Stone Distress Ink and a few with Tumbled Glass Distress Ink to add a pop of color. 

Golfing with Winston!

I stamped the image of Winston with his golf bag on a piece of Canson watercolor paper with Archival Jet Black ink. I colored him using Derwent Inktense Pencils and the Tim Holtz Detailer Water Brush. Doesn’t he look so dapper in his golf clothes? I trimmed out the image of Winston with the coordinating Winston’s Tee Time Die set

Golfing with Winston!

Before I added Winston to the card base, I created a mini scene for him in a circle of kraft cardstock. I added a layer of grass that I cut out using our Land Borders Die Set to add a fun detail. Then I added this to the card along with the “Just fore you!”from the Winston’s Tee Time stamp set, embossed with white embossing powder

For the second card, I also used our Winston’s Tee Time stamp set. I stamped Winston with his golf putter on a piece of Canson watercolor paper with Archival Jet Black ink. I colored him using Derwent Inktense Pencils and the Tim Holtz Detailer Water Brush. I love the look these pencils give with their vibrant colors! I also stamped and colored the flag pole and golf ball. I trimmed out the images with the coordinating Winston’s Tee Time Die set

I thought Winston should have a hilly course to play on so I grabbed our Land Borders Die Set to cut out a couple of hills. This die set is so awesome for creating scenes for our critter stamps! To customize this card for Dad, I created the sentiment “Dad You’re Tee-riffic” using words from the Winston’s Tee Time stamp set. I stamped DAD in blue to make it stand out using Peacock Feathers Distress Ink. Then I thought it needed a few clouds in the sky so I added in some clouds stamped with Tumbled Glass Distress Ink using a cloud from our Winston Takes Flight stamp set

I hope you enjoyed golfing with Winston today!

Golfing with Winston!Golfing with Winston!


Thanks so much for stopping by today and thanks to Jennifer for being our guest!

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  1. I love these cards – they are adorable! I have some Inktense pencils I’ve never used – now can’t wait to try them!

  2. Oh my goodness Jen these are ADORABLE! My 3 & 5 y/o grandsons are wild about Winston! They are going to love these, I can’t wait to show them. Seriously awesome cards! TFS!

  3. Love the card!! My brother-in-law is a golfing fanatic and as soon as I saw this card I thought of him!!! My hubby played golf for a very short time, but his back just wouldn’t let him enjoy it, so golfing is out for him, but he enjoys a lot of other hobbies :) . Thanks for sharing .

  4. Oh my,these cards are just so cute!! Looks like Newton’s Nook goodies have joined the “must have” section of my “never ever gonna end” wish list!!

  5. Golfing with Winston makes adorable Father’s Day cards. . .but these golfing images will work for so many other occasions! Thanks for sharing these ideas.

  6. I have a couple Winston stamps and I just adore him. Your card is so adorable and perfect for Father’s Day!

  7. So cute and I love the stamp set and dies. I am a golfer and it would be perfect for my golfer friends. Thanks for sharing.

    Linda D.

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