Welcome to the October 2019 Altenew Stamp, Dies and mask/Stencil release. You should have arrived here from Norine Borys blog, if not you can get back to the beginning of the hop by clicking here: https://altenewblog.com/October-2019-Release-Blog-Hop-2
This months release is full of stamps, coordinating dies, mask/stencils and stand alone string Art dies. There really is something for everyone. I am super excited to guesting on this hop, so lets jump in and see what I've created.
For my first card I have used the Hello Winter die set. The die set, which cuts the word Winter is different from other Altenew sentiment dies because you get 2 dies! Not only can you cut the word winter but you can stack one on top of the other to give a beautiful mat and layered look. Both dies can also be used alone.
My second card also features the Hello Winter die set but I also used the matching Hello Winter stamp set. Using the snow fall stamp (that's what I've named it) I stamped my background in 2 shades of blue and then heat embossed another layer in silver. I love the busy background this creates. I've added a snowy treeline in the foreground which gives the perfect place to add the Winter die cut. A super cool modern card.
Now on to the Precious Peony stamp set and Precious Peony die set. This is a simply stunning set. I stamped the large Peony spray and heat embossed in Rose Gold. This allowed me to water color the image without fear of going outside of the lines. I chose to use peach tones to tie into the background panel featuring the Broken Chevron stencil. The background was created by adding some texture paste trough the stencil and then spraying with Altenew's Warm Sunshine Metallic Ink Spray.
My second card featuring the Precious Peony stamp set and Precious Peony die set is a very simple one. I stamped and heat embossed the Peony spray onto vellum with Rose Gold embossing powder. I love how delicate this looks. I die cut the flower and added it to a panel which had some Gilded Ombre washi tape added to it. I hand tore the edges of the washi tape to give a softer feel.
Next up is the Rose Blossom Stamp set and Rose Blossom Die Set. I stamped the Large Rose image onto some Peach Gold washi tape and heat embossed. I then die cut the Roses and added them to a card which had some fussy cut leaves from the Misty Meadows washi tape.
My second card using the Rose Blossom Stamp set and Rose Blossom Die Set is one of my favourite cards. I couldn't help but go traditional and create a card with layered red roses. I added detail int he background of the card by stamping the smaller floral sprig images in light grey. I added a sentiment on top of some black and white strip card and a few black sequins to add a modern touch. I love the juxtaposition of the soft florals and harsh black in this card, I think it is my true style.
Now this next card I'm a little bit giddy about, it features a new style of die for Altenew, string art dies. String art dies allow you to add thread to your projects. The die itself pierces a pattern (in this case a butterfly) into your card. I added some Gold Peach washi to white card and ran the die through my machine and it pierced no problem. I then used some metallic gold thread to string/stitch the butterfly. This is such a fun concept and I can see so many possibilities.
Still working with the String Art butterfly die die, I this time chose to go darker. I used a color change embroidery thread to stitch the Butterfly into some black card. I decided to add some splatter in the background with the Iridescent ink spray.
The next die I used is the String Art Heart die die. I cut the die into my card and stitched using some color change thread. I added a white embossed sentiment on black card to contrast against the soft colors of the thread.
My final card again uses the String Art Heart die die, this time however I have passed the die through my machine and then added a smaller heart die in the middle to cut a Heart shaped aperture. This enabled me to stitch over the edge of the aperture to create a totally different look. I love how fun these String art dies are and can't wait to play with them some more.
Here's a list of the products from Todays relese that I have used in my cards
Your next stop is Maryam Perez
To celebrate this release, Altenew is giving away a $50 gift certificate to 6 lucky winners! Please leave a comment on the Altenew Card Blog and/or Altenew Scrapbook Blog by 10/16/2019 for a chance to win.
We’ll also draw a winner to receive a $20 gift certificate from the comments left on each designer’s blog on the blog hop list below. All winners will be announced on the Altenew blogs on 10/20/2019.
"Winter" cards are much appreciated. Who wouldnt be cheered during the cold with those beautiful cards!ReplyDelete
LOVE the neon butterfly - so creativeReplyDelete
oh my what gorgeous work - love the string art dies and how you used them:)ReplyDelete
Love the examples, thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
love the stitched cards!ReplyDelete
Your cards are awesome!ReplyDelete
Love all of these!ReplyDelete
Super beautiful and cool cards!! The floral ones and string ones are my fav :)ReplyDelete
Beautiful cards! I love the yellow and oranges on the third card and all of the string art cards. They remind me of my mom who made a number for string art projects when I was a child.ReplyDelete
So many beautiful cards, so many fabulous techniques! It was so much fun to zoom in on the photos and see the fine details of your work. The black really does ground the florals. Thank you for a great stop on the blog hop!ReplyDelete
Beautiful! Love your stitching. "Sew" pretty!ReplyDelete
Wonderful cards! Lots of great inspiration!ReplyDelete
These are BEAUTIFUL! I love your stitched cards!ReplyDelete
Your cards are all lovely. That first Winter one - wow!ReplyDelete
Lovely! Those peach flowers are my fave. :)ReplyDelete
It’s been so much fun hopping along. Love your cards.ReplyDelete
Beautiful, elegant, playful and fun cards! Amazing inspiration!ReplyDelete
I will take one of each of these cards please! HAHA! I want them all! They are soooooooooo gorgeous!!!!ReplyDelete
Love the backgrounds that you created.ReplyDelete
Simply stunning cards highlighting this release!!ReplyDelete
Love the flowers in the vellum. Thanks for showing us how to use the large dots in the winter stamp set. I was curious as to how that would look. It turned out so pretty!ReplyDelete
Beautiful cards!! I'm really loving the string art dies! The one you have on black card stock is beautiful, and I also love the one with the pink & green thread!ReplyDelete
Your cards are all imaginative and so beautiful!ReplyDelete
Wow! Thank you for all your wonderful examples of ways to use this fantastic release from Altenew. Not only are they the best company around, but they work with the best designers. I honestly could not pick a favorite from all of your creations.ReplyDelete
Beautiful showcase of the new release, I love the minimal palettes you've used on each project. Thanks for sharing this inspiration with these fun products.ReplyDelete
So many wonderful new products! Love all the inspiration in the hop. Your winter card is very elegant and your string art cards are fantastic Terri! Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Amazing cards. So many beautiful ideas.ReplyDelete
Precious Peony on vellum stunning!!! Thank you for all of you wonderful ideas using the string Art dies!! Great inspiration!!ReplyDelete
Everyone is providing such beautiful cards.....It is hard to figure our which you want to try first..... Gorgeous.... thanks for all the inspiration.ReplyDelete
Terri, you've showcased this release beautifully! Such great inspiration. I adore the Precious Peonies & your cards using them are so very lovely.ReplyDelete
These are absolutely gorgeous! Especially the last one is very clever . I love the new release. There is so much variety, with designs in every style to choose from.ReplyDelete
Your cards are beautiful. :)ReplyDelete
So many beautiful cards. I like the ones with string art.ReplyDelete
Marisela Delgado said: so beautiful. email@example.comReplyDelete
Beautiful cards, the peonies are so beautiful, love the vellum flowers with rose gold EP and the string art cards are so pretty too.ReplyDelete
Terri, your projects are so soft and pretty. Thank you for sharing them and providing such inspiration.ReplyDelete
Your cards are beautiful. I absolutely love your string art-especially that color changing butterfly and the die cut heart. Fabulous creativity!ReplyDelete
I am amazed at how many projects you created and i simply love them all but my favourite are the cards using the string art. Blessings
I loved how you used the heart shape string art die and cut out the center, it shows how versatile those dies can be. Thanks for sharing your talents with us.ReplyDelete
Your cards are absolutely gorgeous. I love this fantastic release and you've done a wonderful job of showcasing it.ReplyDelete
It is always great to see a die you have used in a different way. You heart cut out is great.ReplyDelete
Wow, these are all so fabulous! Love the different techniques you used on each!ReplyDelete
Wonderful cards - I absolutely adore that Winter card with the cascading spots!ReplyDelete
Beautiful creations ... such a great release!ReplyDelete
I love the butterfly in the first card - so subtle. Everyone is thinking so out of the box on this hopReplyDelete
Love your pretty cards!! The string art cards are so lovely. Everyone seems to be having a great time with them!ReplyDelete
really luv some of your more muted/monotone creations. great collection!ReplyDelete
I love what everyone is doing with string art. I went to high school with the developers of the original string art concept. I am coming late to this hop. Altenew says leave a comment by 10/19....yours says leave a comment by 10/16. I hope I'm not too late.ReplyDelete