Saturday, March 12, 2022

Altenew Craft Your Life Project Kit: Dynamic Blossoms Release Blog Hop + Giveaway ($300 in total prizes)

Hello friends!

It's time to share another exciting Craft Your Life project with you.
We are celebrating this month's CYL Dynamic Blossoms with a blog hop!


If you arrive from the blog of Bridget Casey, you are in the right place.
Come and join the fun hop for ideas and inspiration over Altenew Card Blog


About this kit: The stamp set features a stunning inflorescence of bellflowers. The outline layer is drawn with beautiful details for coloring, stamped as is, or layered with the coloring layers. The stamp set includes two coloring layers for the flowers and one for the leaves. For extra diversity, we have separated the leaves at the base of the flowers so you can turn these bellflowers into a variation of daffodils!

This project kit contains the following exclusive products:

  • one 6" x 8" clear stamp set containing 18 stamps made in the USA from high-quality photopolymer
  • coordinating die set with 1 coordinating die
  • one simple coloring/mask stencil set containing 4 stencils which coordinate with the stamp set
  • one 6x6 3D embossing folder
First of all, this set is JAM-PACKED with gorgeous stencil, stamp, embossing folder and die! I could not decide which one I want to use, so I chose a few and put them all together on my card.

Altenew-PK Dynamic Blossoms

I started out with the beautiful die (the light pink on the right photo) and dry-embossed it to make an imprint. I then took out the coordinating stencil and enjoyed adding various colors.
 
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Once I was happy with the stenciled die image, I took out the Embossing Folder and went around the image and ....ta-da!

Altenew-PK Dynamic Blossoms

On thing about using Embossing Folder, you can manipulate the folder and add textures and details to your focal point. Don't hesitate to use just part of the embossing folder!

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I was quite pleased how this turned out... But wait...where should I place sentiment?  I didn't want to cover the textured colorful image. I decided to stamp faintly in grey with a few "hello".

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I think it all worked out! I am loving it...hope you do, too! If you like to see another version, please stop by here again. I will share another totally different card from using this kit.
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Giveaway Prizes: $300 in total prizes! To celebrate this release, Altenew is giving away a $50 gift certificate to 2 lucky winners and a $25 gift certificate to 8 winners! Please leave a comment on the Altenew Card Blog and/or each designer’s blog post on the blog hop list below by 03/18/2022 for a chance to win. Altenew will draw 7 random winners from the comments left on each stop of this blog hop and announce the winners on the Altenew Winners Page on 03/20/2022


Your next stop is the blog of Linda Westfall
Thanks so much for stopping by!

33 comments:

Karen E Joslin said...

Your card is very pretty. I love the partial 3D embossing for the background.

Linda BL said...

The combination of the dry embossing and the stencils is so striking! Love the bright colors against the bright white.

Denise Bryant said...

Beautiful card! I love that gorgeous embossing folder!

conil said...

Lovely stenciling with that embossed background. It looks amazing, I've got to try it.

Lori Servies said...

What type of coloring medium did you use to color your card? I love using Prisma Coloring Pencils with Gamsol and Watercolor. Your card is very lovely! Thanks for sharing!

Liz O. said...

Lovely design Virginia! The color combo is very pretty and the repetition of the sentiment is a great way to use small word stamps 🤩 . Another fabulous kit! Thanks for the inspiration!

ljcasselman said...

Great ingenuity! And pretty too!

foleysfriend said...

I love the whimsy on your card. The colors are so vibrant and I love that you embossed the edges of the card too. Your sentiment reminds me of an echo or someone speaking to you who you're trying to ignore (LOL).

sue n

Ms. Tamp said...

Nice design share. Good addition of the embossing.

Unknown said...

Great idea! I would not have thought to mix dry embossing, stenciling and an embossing folder. Thank you.

MadeByMeghanK said...

I love what you did with the embossing folders!

Linda Fillds said...

Love the colors you chose. I love the embossing and stenciling... tyfs :)

joni said...

Love the design and colors

brandco2450@gmail.com said...

This is so pretty!

Jeanne Rice said...

So pretty. Gorgeous card. Thanks for sharing.

Sue D said...

Very pretty. I like the stenciling and embossing.

Maureen Reiss said...

Really Lovely card!!!

Dawn T said...

so very pretty Virginia. Great use of the items in the kit.

Donna Walls said...

Clever design, thanks for sharing the inspiration.

Elizabeth Roberts said...

Ingenious use of the stencil and embossing folder.

Patty Ann said...

Love the vibrant color choices

mel h said...

The stenciling on this is just perfect Virginia. Love the pretty color choices.

Kimberly said...

That is such a sweet little motif!

Linda Wood said...

Clever use of color for this theme.

Sandy said...

Cute card! I like the way you used color.

Tiny Paper Blossom said...

Such fun colors!

Jeanne Beam said...

Such a lovely card and amazing colors! Thanks for sharing.

L said...

Very creative card!
I love the embossing and stenciled combinations.
Thanks for sharing your talent.

Heather said...

Very pretty! The dimension from the embossing folder is fabulous!

Kathy Raker said...

Love the card and choice of colors. Stunning!

Dfrank said...

Very unique card, nice job!

Jean said...

Very pretty with wonderful texture.

vickie said...

Such a great tip to use just part of an embossing folder!