Welcome to Altenew's June Marvellous Monthly Series release blog hop and giveaway. You should have arrived here from Mindy Eggen, if not you can go back to the start of the hop at any time by visiting the Altenew Blog.
Get ready to celebrate the start of summer with this collection of stamps, dies, stencils, and an embossing folder! See a fresh take on florals, outline images just waiting to be colored with your favorite mediums, AND a sweet little sentiment set that can go from birthdays to graduation celebrations! We can't wait to see what you create.
The Marvellous Monthly Series Products are in store and available as either one off purchases or monthly subscriptions. You can even buy this months complete bundle at a huge discount here Marvellous Monthly Series Product Page
I have cards using each of the subscription sets to share with you, let's start with my favourite...
This card features the Craft-A-Flower Cape Marguerite
. I have to say that I am totally in love with this die set. Altenew have changed the way the dies are manufactured to include each die having a number on it that indents into the die cut so that you know which layer it is. As this set has 2 flowers in it, they've even made it so that each flowers die/die cut is recognisable by either a keyhole or an arrow. This means you collect all the keyhole pieces and layer them in number order and the do the same for the arrow pieces....it's genius!
I started by cutting all of the pieces I required and then ink blending then with a small blending brush. I then added splatters of white ink before adhering the layers together. I added the floral elements to a card that was embossed using the Dreamy Tiles 3D Embossing Folder
, I then completed the card by adding a die cut sentiment from the Bold Greetings Die Set
My second card features the Build-A-Garden Natures Magic
set. I stamped the images in black ink onto Neenah Solar crest cardstock. i then used my Altenew Artist Markers to add color. I then die cut them using the coordinating die set.
The background was created by stamping the left hand side of the card with green ink using the Wood Pallet stamp set
. I then added a strip of black card before adhering the flowers. Lastly I added a stamped sentiment.
Next up is the Paint-A-Flower Flowering Dogwood
. I stamped the large floral image onto some smooth white card and used my Woodless Coloring Pencils
to add color. I then die cut the left hand side of the panel using the Creative Edges Lace Die
. I added the die cut panel to a piece of pink card before adhering it to an A2 white card. A quick stamped sentiment and a few dew drops and the card was complete.
I embossed a piece of white card and then added lots of bright fun colours. I flicked some white ink and then mounted the panel on to black card. My two stamped "Hip Hip" words were mounted onto a black blank layer which was cut using the coordinating die. I added a drop shadow so that they stood out form the background. I then stamped and die cut the "Hooray!" and added it using foam tape.
The last subscription product is the Craft-Your-Life Silk Art
project kit. I made two cards using this kit. The first card is an edge to edge shaker card. I used the layering stencil set to ink the in=mage onto white card. I then die cut it before using the 3D embossing folder to add the beautiful embossed detail.
This last card was something I came up with whilst just playing around. I added the stamp to the door of my Misti and placed a piece of water colour card inside. I then used my waterbrush markers to add colour to the flowers, I then spritzed the stamp with water and closed the Misti door, making an impression on the card. I did the same to color the leaves.
Once dry I used the stamp (still in the original position) to clear heat emboss over the top. This lock the inked image safely away allowing me to add a background. I added water to the background and then dropped in black ink and sprinkled with rock salt.
Once dry I brushed off the salt. I then placed two sheets of printer paper over the clear embossed area and used my Iron to rub over the top. The heat melts the embossing powder and the printer paper sucks it up. You can then use the printer paper for another project! I added a two part sentiment to finish the look.
$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 06/18/2022 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 06/20/2022.
Your next stop on the hop is Colleen Balija
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Nenette S. Madero
Fabulous selection of cards and stamps-must admit the beautiful flowers on the first one is my favouriteReplyDelete
I love the last cardReplyDelete
Each card is more and more beautiful.ReplyDelete
All so beautiful!!ReplyDelete
These are all stunning love the layered die cut flowers!ReplyDelete
All the cards are lovely but the 1st card is Ka-Pow! Thanks for sharing the inspiration!ReplyDelete
Such beautiful cards!ReplyDelete
The flowers on your first card--soooo pretty. I love the look.ReplyDelete
Marisela Delgado said: So beautiful! email@example.comReplyDelete
Such a vast amount of inspiration, beautiful cardsReplyDelete
Beautiful designs. Each one I thought was my favorite until I saw the next.ReplyDelete
Really Amazing cards!!!ReplyDelete
WOW beautiful job on all of your cards but that first one really caught my eye... the leaves look so real... tyfs :) need to share a video .. I would love that... my leaves dont even come close to looking like a leaf.... :)ReplyDelete
I love all the colors you chose for your cards!ReplyDelete
Love love your daisy card. It is simply gorgeous. My favorite. The coloring is exquisite.ReplyDelete
I love all the cards your created, how beautiful!! My very favorite though is the last one you made while you were just playing around. The vibrant colors just pop with the black/grey background. Great job!ReplyDelete
Such beautiful, colorful cards! Love them all!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous cards! I love how you colored the flowers on the Cape Marguerite card!ReplyDelete
Love the cards, beautiful colors! I am going to have to get that balloon background EF, so fun! Thank you for sharing your creativity!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing your fabulous cards!ReplyDelete
Amazing cards! Love the color combinations and design. Thank you for the inspiration.ReplyDelete
The Margeuerite card is my favorite too. They look so 3DReplyDelete
Your cards are so lovely and beautiful. I especially love the colours on your first card. Thank you so much for sharing.ReplyDelete