Hello crafty friends! Thanks for joining the blog hop celebrating Altenew's release of some amazing embossing folders. You can find all the details on Altenew's blog. If you are hopping along, you have just come from Dana Joy from Got Joy Creations and your next stop is Joy Baldwin from Create with Joy. My focus for today's post is inking these embossing folders with Altenew mixed media inks. Check out all 6 cards I made using this release. These embossing folders were generously supplied by Altenew so I could share some inspiration with you today.
Wow another amazing Craft Your Life Kit from Altenew. Hello Beautiful! is a jam packed kit with a stamp set, embossing folder, coloring stencils and dies. If you are hopping along with us today, you just came from Jenny Colacicco and your next stop is Anna Mahtani.
The floral images in the Hello Beautiful! kit were begging to be watercolored with Altenew Metallic watercolor on black paper. Please read on for how I made these cards. Altenew was kind enough to supply me with the kit so I could share inspiration with you.
Welcome crafty friends and thanks for joining me on the hop for Altenew's latest release of the CAF, Dendrobium Orchid. If you are following along on the hop, you have just come from Ishani and your next stop on the hop is Colleen Balija. Read on for some more inspiration on using the CAF Dendrobium Orchid. Altenew supplied the CAF Dendrobium Orchid Die Set for me to try out. Let's read on for how I made this bright and bold card.
Hello crafty friends! Thank you so much for joining me on this blog help celebrating Altenew's Thanks and Blessings Collection. This is a wonderful release and I have a lot of favorites. If you are following along the hop, you have just come from Therese Calvird and your next stop is Zinia Redo. If you get lost along the way, please visit the Altenew Card blog for details and the hop order.
The release supplies I used were gifted to me by Altenew to help provide some inspiration to you. As the holiday season approaches, I often think about how blessed I am. I love making and sending cards during the holiday season to give thanks to the people in my life and how they support me throughout the year. Needless to say, I give out a lot of cards at this time of the year so I used the products in the release to make holiday and thank you cards. After hopping along with all the talented Altenew designers, I hope you are feeling inspired to make some holiday and thank you cards to celebrate the blessings in your life.
Hello and thank you for joining the blog hop celebrating BAF Wild Rose. This month's build a flower from Altenew is a delightful large floral image that I had a lot of fun stamping with inks from different color families.
If you are joining us on the hop, you have just come from the uber talented, Reiko Tsuchida from Scrapbook 101. Your next stop on the hop is my fellow New England Crafty Girl, Bridget Casey.
Within this Build-A-Flower stamp set, there are beautiful floral images that you can either color or do layered stamping. My projects for BAF Wild Rose push color boundaries and use colors from different Altenew ink sets. I was gifted this stamp set from Altenew to help inspire your creativity. Click below for some more information and details on the blog hop giveaway!
Another entry into the stretching your supplies series - Dies
Hello and thank you for stopping by. Today I am taking part in an Instagram Hop celebrating all things Altenew Educator Program. I became an Altenew Educator in March of 2019 and I consider it to be a real milestone in my crafty journey. To celebrate all the inspiration of the Altenew Educator Program, I am joining my fellow educators in sharing some inspiration from our favorite classes from the program. I chose Creative Coloring with Artist Markers. In the two cards I made today, I used alcohol ink and not the actual Artist Markers to make a really cool background. Continue reading for details on how I made these two cards. Affiliate links are used at no cost to you. If you chose to shop through these links, I may receive a small commission at no cost to you. Thanks for your support.
Altenew Floral In n Out Border Die
Dies are expensive! One way to get that cost down is by using your supplies in many different ways. Today I am going to share how I am using the Altenew Floral In n Out Border die two ways! In one example, I will be inking a background, allowing the white die cut to pop off the card. The other example is inking up the die cut itself. In this post, I use affiliate links. If you choose to shop through these links, I may receive a small commission at no cost to you. Thank you for your support and let's read on for how I made these cards.
Thank you so much for joining me on the Altenew Educator Blog Hop. There is so much inspiration from the Altenew Educators in this hop as well as prizes! If you are hopping along you have come from Nandini Karmarkar of Paint, Paper and Scissors Your next stop on the hop is Irina Fonina of Creative Scrapbooking. Keep reading for how I used some of my oldest Altenew items in a new way.
Each month, Altenew hosts a challenge on their blog. The challenge is to come up with a project based on either the challenge colors or the image or both. This month's color palette of pinks and reds was really inspiring to me so I decided to play along. Read on to see how I interpreted Altenew's color challenge for January.
Welcome to Tulips, the newest release from Altenew Paint-A-Flower family. If you’re new to Paint-A-Flower, this is a monthly subscription where each month has a new beautiful open floral image which you can color. If you’re hopping along with us today, you’ve just come from Theresa Litchfield. Your next stop is Kari VanNoy. Check out the Altenew Card Blog for more information and a chance to win some prizes.
Welcome to Seven's Crafts and thank you for stopping by. I am a mom, teacher and avid paper crafter. I hope these posts will leave you feeling inspired and ready to do some crafting.