Newton Dreams of Paris – Thanks Card Series

   Newton Paris (1)

Newton Paris (2)

Hello, guys!!!

I’ve just received one of the brand new stamp set from Newton’s Nook Design called “Newton Dreams of Paris”. And, of course, I couldn’t resist to give it a try. When I saw the release I immediately fell in love with Newton in the hot air balloon. I think this image is perfect for watercoloring and so I did. There is no much to say about. I used Tim Holtz distress markers to color all the scene.


Newton’s Nook Design’s images always inspire me and their Inky Paws Challenges too. When I saw the inspiration picture of the current challenge I was inspired not only for cardmaking this time, but also for baking. I know the recipe of biscuits that look exactly like in the inspiration photo. And here’s the result and the recipe.

S.Valentine Biscuits (1)

S.Valentine Biscuits (2)

Ingredients (sorry for the European measures):

flour 250 gr

sugar 100 gr

baking powder 6 gr

1 egg

butter 125 gr

vanilla to taste

strawberry jam for filling

Mix all the ingredients (except of strawberry jam), let the mixture set in the fridge for about 30 minutes, roll it and cut out the heart shapes. Every biscuit has two parts: the base heart shape and the framed heart shape. Bake biscuits in preheated oven for about 10-15 min. Join two parts with strawberry jam and it’s done!

Hope you’ll give it a try!!!

Thanks so much for stopping by!




3 thoughts on “Newton Dreams of Paris – Thanks Card Series

  1. Oooh la la – this card is SO pretty! Your watercoloring is gorgeous! those biscuits look amazing as well! Looks like you’re as good at baking as you are at card-making! Thanks so much for linking up again to our Inky Paws Challenge at Newton’s Nook Designs!

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