Welcome to ALTENEW CRAFT-A-FLOWER: SNOWDROPS RELEASE BLOG HOP + GIVEAWAY. You are arriving from Terri Koszler's Blog. A list of all the participants is available at the bottom of this post for your convenience.
Today we are welcoming the new CRAFT-A-FLOWER: SNOWDROPS to the Altenew family of dies. This new set is amazing!!! It is simple to layer, and the results are so delicate and realistic you are going to love working with it!
Just love the new die, and decided to work it into cards ( OMG, no memory keeping this time around!!!)
My first card is a slimline card. For this, I created my panel with wood grain paper. I lightly rubbed Antique Gold pigment ink, which brings the texture of the cardstock to the surface. While the ink dried, I used the new CAF: SNOWDROPS to cut a few of the flowers and leaves and put them together with a bit of adhesive.
For my next card, I started with a piece of Yupo paper and Pure Graphite Artist Marker Refill. I love Alcohol ink backgrounds. While the background dried, I cut a few of the CAF: SNOWDROPS, and assembled them so that they are facing different sides of the card.
I cut different color of leaves so that I could mixed them on the card front. I set the die cuts in different directions on top of the alcohol ink background. This time, I used a sentiment from the Bergenia Builder Stamp set to finish the card.
I just love the simple beauty of the die cuts, and how they are so easy to put together. Remember you can always have the new CRAFT-A-FLOWER release arrive at your doorstep by starting a subscription program.
Craft-A-Flower Monthly Subscription Plan https://altenew.com/products/
This is a monthly subscription plan for our Craft-A-Flower die set. When signed up, you are guaranteed a spot in our monthly Craft-A-Flower releases and will receive a set each month - at a specially discounted price! ($35.99 →$29.99)
Of course we are celebrating this release with a giveaway:
$200 in total prizes! To celebrate this release, Altenew is giving away a $50 gift certificate to 1 lucky winner and a $15 gift certificate to 10 winners! Please leave a comment on the Altenew Card Blog and/or each designer’s blog post on the blog hop list below by 12/13/2020 for a chance to win. Altenew will draw 11 random winners from the comments left on each stop of this blog hop and announce the winners on the Altenew Winners Page on 12/15/2020.
Good Luck everyone!
Now it is time to continue being inspired, your next stop is Tenia Nelson's blog. Remember you can always visit the Altenew card blog to start the hop. Here is a list of all the participants - for your convenience-:
Nathalie DeSousa <<< YOU ARE HERE
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Both are very nice but I especially like the one with the alcohol ink background.ReplyDelete
I love the browns you used, especially the slimline card, so lovely.ReplyDelete
I love the colors as well as the dimension! Very nice card!ReplyDelete
Your slimline card is amazing! I need to remember your background technique. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Love the wood like background. Perfect backdrop for this flower.ReplyDelete
Your backgrounds make the flowers really stand out. I like the muted lookReplyDelete
Gorgeous cards!!! Love your alcohol ink background!!!ReplyDelete
So pretty! I especially like the Yupo paper card.ReplyDelete
I am crazy for slim lines these days. So wonderful against that woodgrain. The second background is a show stopper. Especially with those sweet delicate blooms. Love this one, Happy Holidays!ReplyDelete
Wow! Amazing work! And this is my favorite CAF set to date. Thanks for the terrific inspiration!ReplyDelete
Both cards are so pretty, The colors used and layouts are perfect. Not your standard little flower and it's finale is nice.ReplyDelete
Lovely cards... I am loving how the backgrounds change the impression of the snowdrops...ReplyDelete
I love how these turned out!ReplyDelete
Bravo! Love them both. I too LOVE Alcohol ink backgrounds. Great color choices btw. Well done! Happy Holidays 🌲💗ReplyDelete
Amazing! Beautiful! Your cards are very impressive. Both are wonderful! Great layouts!!! I especially like the background on slimline card.ReplyDelete
This would be a great one to recreate painting with coffee!ReplyDelete
These are so pretty! Love that woodgrain background.ReplyDelete
Such unique cards!ReplyDelete
These flowers are equally gorgeous when using either a few flowers or a big bouquet. Love the wood background!ReplyDelete
Marisela Delgado said: Beautiful cards! firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete
Amazing backgrounds and designs!!!ReplyDelete
I love the natural look of these fabulous designs! Just Beautiful!ReplyDelete
Wow!! Beautiful natural and organic cards and backgrounds!!ReplyDelete
Beautiful cards with these pretty snowdrop flowers! Awesome backgrounds!ReplyDelete
Beautiful cards! Love the detail and colors!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous cards, Nathalie! I love the backgrounds you've chosen! Thanks for the great inspiration. Take care! :)ReplyDelete
I like the backgrounds. Nice idea share for set use.ReplyDelete
WOW! Love the organic feel to these cards!ReplyDelete
Lovely! I really like the background in the first card and your flower arrangement.ReplyDelete
Both of your cards are spectacular! When I arrived at your blog, my first glance had me thinking the picture was of a card with a picture of the real flowers.ReplyDelete
Absolutely beautiful background. Thanks for sharingReplyDelete
Wow! Gorgeous! I love the woodgrain background on the slimline- the flowers really pop!ReplyDelete
Beautiful! Love how you added the gold pigment to the woodgrain card stock, looks awesome! And one can never go wrong with alcohol ink backgrounds.ReplyDelete
Fabulous cards!! I LOVE the one on the woodgrain background!!!ReplyDelete
Very creative using the woodgrain paper for the background.ReplyDelete
Both cards are very nice, thanks for sharing.
Beautiful cards! Love the colors and designs...ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing.
Two beautiful cards, Nathalie!ReplyDelete
Oh! I love the woodgrain backgrounds! Stunning cards!ReplyDelete
Love the wood grain background!ReplyDelete
Wow, your cards just blew me away... Thank you for the inspiration!ReplyDelete