17 July 2020

Altenew July 2020 Stencils/Enamel Dots/Creative Cutouts/Decals Release Blog Hop + Giveaway


Welcome to Altenew's Serenity release, you should have arrived here from the amazing Virgninia Lu's blog, If not you can go back to the start of the hop at any time by visiting the Altenew Card blog.  


Today Altenew have added lots of new items to the store including stencils, decals, enamel dots and a new product; Creative cutouts. You can view all of the newly released products here Serenity Release




I used one of the Creative Cutouts: Nested Wreath to create a scrapbook page. The nested wreaths come in 3 sizes (all in the same pack) I also use the new Warm and Cosy Enamel Dots and Tropical Forest Enamel Dots. I coloured the wreath using Watercolor Brush Markers. The sentiment was cut using Tall Alpha Dies. I added some journalling on to one of the Terrfic Tags dies



Next up is the Cloud Scene Stencil, I love a cloudy backdrop and this stencil is awesome. I added a cute fox from the  Hug Me stamp set which I die cut using the Matching die set. He was coloured using Artist Markers and embellished with Warm and Cosy Enamel Dots.


For this card I used the new Feathery Stencil. I cut a mask using the Nesting Frame dies, applied it to my card using tempory adhesive. I placed the stnecil over the top and inked, once the mask is removed it leaves a really cool effect. I added a sentiment using the Fancy Hello die


I made another card using the Feathery Stencil, this one was super quick. I inked though the stencil and then torn a strip which I added to my card base. The sentiment is from the Signature Word dies. I added some of Shades of Purple Enamel Dots to complete the look.




This card was a little labour of love. I used the Geometric Landscape Stencil and masked so that I could add colour to each segment, one at a time. I added the Mega Hello die cut and a few enamel dots.



My second card using the Geometric Landscape Stencil utelizes the Tartan stamp set. I stamped the grid and then placed the stnecil over my card, securing it with low tack tape. I then used the square stamp from the Tartan set to stamp through the stencil adding pattern to each section. The sentiment is from the Bold Greetings Die set.



The Mountain Scene Stencil creates such a beautiful scene, I decided to keep this card simple and add a sentiment using the Wings of Hope stamp set wich I heat embossed with Altenew's Rose Gold Embossing powder.



I decided to go with a mixed media card using the new The Alphabet Stencil. I inked a background and then added clear texture gell through the stencil. Once dry I added some blended white pigment ink and black ink splats. I then added the sentiment using Mega Label Love stamp set and embellished with the Warm and Cosy Enamel Dots.



I love a Trellis pattern and Altenew's Trellis Stencil is perfect for adding pattern or texture to your projetcs. I added some texture paste through the stencil and once dry added some ink blending. My focal image come from the Precious Peony stamp set.




My final card also uses the Trellis Stencil, this time I dry embossed the stencil using an embossing mat and my die cutting machine. I then added lots of teal ink spray, I like how it looks darker in the debossed areas.  A piece of torn vellum, the Fancy for you die cut sentiment and a few little enemel hearts were all that was needed to pull this card together.

There you have it, 10 projects using today's release. Your next stop on the hop is Audrey Yeager


Prizes:
To celebrate this release, Altenew is giving away a $30 gift certificate to 6 lucky winners! Please leave a comment on the Altenew Card Blog or/and Altenew Mixed Media Blog by 7/23/2020 for a chance to win.

We’ll also draw a winner to receive a $15 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 Winners Page on 07/26/2020.


68 comments:

  1. Love the geometric hello card ❤️ very cool technique!

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  2. Love all of them, very pretty Terri!

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  3. Absolutely amazing, Terri! You truly make these stencils SHINE!! I love how you used the Cloud Scene and Mountain Scene, especially! Way to rock this blog hop!

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  4. All 10 are winners!! Such lovely creations. Going to CASE some of them!

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  5. Amazing line up of cards. I like the Hello one the most. I think it is the colour scheme that is catching my eye.

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  6. The mountain scene is so pretty. It is so peaceful and gorgeous

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  7. These are all great cards!
    I really like the way you incorporated the stamps with the feathery stencil.
    So cool!

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  8. Terri, the geometric stencil card was a labour of love and it totally paid off..these are amazing. Thanks for sharing all of your incredible ideas.

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  9. Beautiful cards, so many ideas!

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  10. Wow,so many beautiful cards! The layout is gorgeous, too.

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  11. Wowza! so much beautiful inspiration in one post. I love the layout and the colors you used on the wreath.

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  12. This might be my fav stop on the hop so far. So many great cards but those masked feather cards are fantastic! Nicely done!

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  13. Beautiful projects. I especially love that gorgeous page using the Creative Cutouts. It's so elegant and the colors are amazing.

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  14. Thanks for showing off the versatility of the new stencils. Beautiful, creative projects!

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  15. These are all very beautiful! I love your design ideas and the colors you used!

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  16. Gorgeous scrapbook page and so many nice cards! All your cards are wonderful.

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  17. I love your soft colors and how you used the enamel dots!!! The prom one is sweet!

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  18. Oh so many great cards and choices in this new stencil release.

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  19. Wonderful selection of cards. Unique, creative and elegant.

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  20. So many ideas! Love them all

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  21. Wow!! Such a big selection of cards!! Love them! Really loving that wreath cut and your prom layout!

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  22. All of your cards are lovely! I like how they are not complicated but very striking and doable. Thanks for sharing.

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  23. Your cards are so pretty. I love the softness of the colours you chose.

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  24. All your cards are wonderful. Inspiration on inspiration!!! I love PINNING your cards to pinterest so when I buy Altenew's product, I can quickly find my favorite cards that inspired me.

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  25. Love seeing these projects! Simply wonderful. you rocked the release!

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  26. Beautiful cards. Thanks for sharing

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  27. Marisela Delgado said: Beautiful cards and colors! mariandmonsterd@yahoo.com

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  28. Oh my Goodness Terri, I am SO IMPRESSED with your fabulous card creations! Love the colours & the designs. These stencils are so great I think I'd like each one of them.

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  29. All the cards are stunning! Amazing techniques! Love them.

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  30. All the cards are stunning! Amazing techniques! Love them.

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  31. How cute, the soft pastel colored clouds in the B-Day card are pretty with the comical fox and balloons. So many ways to move with the stencils and you really gave a great variety of ideas and color use here. Very nice card ideas . Really enjoyed the stop on this hop.

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  32. Oh wow! So many amazing inspirations!! Love them all! <3

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  33. so much goodness Terri. Wonderful cards and a great LO

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  34. Beautiful projects! I love your prom layout.

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  35. Great cards! So creative! I love the trellis stencil.

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  36. Wow you have been busy. That is a lot of cards. My favorite is the mountain scene. It looks so inviting and realistic. It makes me want to go hop in my RV and drive there to go fishing or something! Love the sweet sentiment too. Great job, so inspiring, not only to craft too but to also take a trip! I do need to get out of this house. Haven't hardly been anywhere since this virus started everywhere. So thankful for these blogs to help pass the time. Thanks for sharing.

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  37. Wow! You were on a roll! All beautiful projects! I appreciate the inspiration you've given me!

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  38. i thought i could pick one but i can't, all lovely in their own way

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  39. Love your use of the stencils and the colours you chose. Thanks for sharing.

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  40. Wow! I love all of your projects! Beautiful

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  41. Wow! Different colours on the geometric stencil!

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  42. So many amazing cards! You were definitely busy! I think my absolute favorite is your scrapbook page layout!

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  43. Thanks for all the inspiration provided in your terrific set of cards. I love the many ways you incorporated the stencils, sometimes as subtle backgrounds, other times as the bold focus of the card. Beautiful work!!

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  44. Lovely cards. I especially like the trellis and peony card.

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  45. Beautiful cards and layout! I love your designs and color choices, so lovely. Thanks for sharing!

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  46. I think the trellis stencil is the one you guys make me crave the most.

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  47. Awesome cards with these pretty stencil designs and other new products! The Creative Cutouts really are beautiful, and the Cloud Scene Stencil is a must-have! Love the colors you used for the clouds!

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  48. I honestly would have never thought to tear a piece of embossed/inked paper as an embellishment! What a great idea 💡

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  49. Your page and cards are gorgeous! I think the one with the geometric stenciled background is my favorite.

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  50. Hey Terri. I especially like what you did with the Feathery stencil and the Trellis. Thanks for everything.

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  51. That "Hello" card is amazing! Worth the effort. I also like how you took effective color cues from the prom photo for the rest of the page. Nicely done.

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  52. Beautiful cards and layout! I love the card with the nesting die stencil and your labor of love card. I'd like to try that one with maybe pencils or markers.

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  53. Such great cards! You have used so many of the new stamps and stencils to show off the amazing things that can be done with this newest release. I especially love your Prom page and HELLO card....both of which mix old and new!

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  54. Great projects. Especially like the Hello and Happy for you cards. Very pretty. TFS

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  55. So very beautiful with all the inspiration you have shown in your work.

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  56. 10 Amazing looking cards, I love the way you have used the stencils and the colours, WOW ! x

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  57. OVERACHIEVER!!! Those cards are stunning! Especially love the partial feather stencil and the prom card/layout.

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  58. So many wonderful projects you created with these products. Love the wreath on the scrapbook page and the mountain card scene.

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  59. What a lovely lot of cards and they all look fabulous - I think my fave is the torn strip thanks one, as it's so striking but simple to do, love them all though!

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  60. Wow! What an amazing set of projects! I love the soft colors you used on the wreath and the dry embossed and sprayed trellis on your last card is so pretty!

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  61. Wonderful set of cards! You utilized such cool ideas with each card, making each so totally unique! What a great example of how to think outside - or rather, beyond - the box to infinity! Nice!!

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  62. Nice group of shares. Good use of color and elements.

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  63. WOW Terri :) You've been one beautifully busy lady!!! Your layout and cards are lovely! Thanks for inspiring me :)

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  64. Amazing 10 projects! I like the simplicity of your Thanks card.

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  65. wow, so beautiful and I love your design!

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