Welcome to the Altenew Classic Imagery Collection Blog hop and giveaway, you should have arrived here from Nathalie DeSousa if not you can go back to the start of the hop at any time by visiting the Altenew Card Blog
The collection is available to purchase in store now Classic Imagery Collection. This release has 10 embossing folders and 8 stencils, perfect for adding background detail or for making your focal point. I used the items to create 9 cards, let's jump in and take a look.
My first card is a really simple yet striking card, I used the Areca Palm embossing folder to emboss some green card, I love how deeply Altenew's embossing folders emboss, there is so much detail. I added a sentiment using the Mega Hello die which I added using 3D glue gel.
Next I used the Charming Mandala Embossing folder to create a beautiful background for my Poinsettia. The Poinsettia was coloured using Altenew's Metallic Ink sprays. I added a sentiment using the Essential sentiment strip dies.
I love a wooden effect background so the Deck Planks embossing folder was a must for me, I decided to cut the embossed panel and lay them onto my card with space between the planks. I added silver accents in the corner to look like nails holding them down. The floral elements are form the Craft Room Organisation Decal set. The sentiment id from Birch Forest and stamped onto a Nesting frame.
I had a lot of fun with the Fine Tulle stencil, I used it in two ways on this card. I firstly dry embossed the yellow card, this achieved a really nice texture, I then inked through the stencil onto some white card using yellow ink. I added a floral element with the Ruffled Flowers stamp and die set. The sentiment is from the Bold Greetings die set.
Next up is the Henna Square stencil, I used some Pink and Blue inks to lightly blend. I love the detail of this stencil. I added a Fancy Hello die cut sentiment and a secondary sentiment using the Sentiment Strips stamp set.
I used the Illusion twist stencil to add some really fun pattern to my card, Firstly I inked tough is with a light pink and blue ink. I then shifted the stencil and sprayed through some Black ink spray. I added some leaves from the Leaf Mix die set and a Bold Thanks sentiment.
The Lacy Tile stencil is stunning, here is Ombre ink blended for a colourful background to set my Leaf Canopy die cut against. I added a sentiment using the Sentiment Strips 2 stamp set and a few inky splatters.
My final card uses the Spring Blossoms Embossing Folder to create a stunning floral panel, I embossed then ink blended with Rubellite ink, I like to ink after embossing as the colour on the highest areas gets darker and this gives even more depth. I added a Frilly Frame and Sentiments using the Sentiment Strips 2 stamp set.
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$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 05/24/2021 for a chance to win.
Altenew will draw 10 random winners from the comments left on each stop of this blog hop and announce the winners on the Altenew Winners Page on 05/26/2021.
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Amazing cards, they are all gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Amazing cards, they are all gorgeous!ReplyDelete
beautiful bright cards. So pretty !ReplyDelete
What a versatile release. I love the projects.ReplyDelete
Another great release! I'm loving the emphasis on stencils and embossing folders because of their unique possibilities! thanks for the inspiration!ReplyDelete
I really like what you did with the Illusion Twist stencil.ReplyDelete
Layering Stencils have quickly become my favorite technique. Love the look of all of these new products. AngReplyDelete
Such versitility with this set & I think you are such a creative talent!ReplyDelete
Beautiful cards 💗ReplyDelete
such pretty cards - love the simplicity of themReplyDelete
I love both your yellow cards, the fine tulle stencil 2 ways is a great idea and the ombre lacy tile is also very pretty. Thanks for the great ideas!ReplyDelete
These are gorgeous examplesReplyDelete
You really did an amazing job show casing Altenew's Classic Imagery release.ReplyDelete
So many ideas!ReplyDelete
I'm totally in love with Altenew's 3D embossing folders and the ones in this release are amazing. And those stencils! I love them all, especially that fun Illusion Twist stencil!ReplyDelete
I love how that Fine Tulle looks embossed into the paper.ReplyDelete
The yellow one is especially pretty. Nice and freshReplyDelete
Beautiful backgrounds -- love this release!!ReplyDelete
All are stunning! I LOVE the first HELLO one!ReplyDelete
9 Gorgeous card which show the versatility of this release! Well Done :)ReplyDelete
Very creative. Love your use of color combos and fonts.ReplyDelete
Some abulous ideas in your cards- these embossing folder are amazing. Thank you for the inspiration!ReplyDelete
Marisela Delgado said: So beautiful! firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete
Loving them all! Don't know which folder or stencil to get first.ReplyDelete
fabulous projects Terri. Great projects.ReplyDelete
I love your first card with the big hello that covers the whole card. My kind of sentiment!ReplyDelete
Beautiful cards and thanks for sharing all the inspiration.ReplyDelete
Love the techniques - great cardsReplyDelete
Wonderful projects, love how you showcase these newly released products!ReplyDelete
So many beautiful cards and designs!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous cards, love the texture!ReplyDelete
Great cards! I love the colors snd textures! Fantastic new release!!!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous! I love the colors on the DUDE card!ReplyDelete
Great idea shares for the folders. I like how the illusion thanks card turned out.ReplyDelete
Beautiful cards! I am loving these new designs! Love your card with the Charming Mandala embossing folder!ReplyDelete
Any Dude would love that card! It’s perfect!ReplyDelete
Love them all!ReplyDelete
Such lovely cards Terri!! Love your card with Spring blossoms embossing folder!ReplyDelete
Beautiful cards! You have given me lots of new ideas!!ReplyDelete
Love how you split the planks and ‘frilly frame’ on that last one I can’t believe I haven’t seen this before. My wish list is mahoosive now lolReplyDelete
All the projects have such unique looks. Just shows how much the altenew products are versatile!ReplyDelete
Beautiful cards! I love the embossing on the "dude" card :)ReplyDelete
Fabulous creations! I really like the embossing folders and stencils that are so versatile for both masculine and feminine cards!ReplyDelete