Hello! Today is Anna here with you and this time I want to share my new project and processing video.It’s a cover for passport (little note – all pictures are made without transparent plastic cover). I like to customize my passport, to make it unique. The cover can show your character.
It’s not very hard to create, you just need to know all sizes, and all decorations should be flat, or all together – your beautiful cover and the passport itself – does not fit in into the transparent protective cover.
Working on this cover I made an imitation of the wooden lattice and flowers that seemed to grow around it.
All sizes and full process you can find if you watch my short video. Have a good day!
Today I’m sharing a few cards I made with a kit from Clique Kits. They have included Altenew stamps in some of their kits, and they do a great job of adding in some awesome coordinating papers and embellishments for card making and scrapbooking!
For more info on their Spring Card Kit, please check out the video at the end of this post!
Hello stamping gang! Yana is here with you today sharing a new video tutorial using amazing Altenew products. Be sure to grab a cup of coffee/tea and enjoy now or bookmark/pin/save this post and come watch our video later.
Today I am sharing an elegant Just For You card using lots of gold accents and bright colors. I seem to be enjoying working with the gold-colored products more and more these days.
If you have been following my video tutorials you might have noticed that there was a request from Sue to use Lacy Scrolls for my next video, unfortunately, I do not have that stamp set, so I had to go with a different one for this project. I hope you will enjoy it!
Good morning…Jen here! The new Altenew inks produce clean and crisp impressions on paper and cardstock – amazing! But since they are water-based, they take on a new look when stamped on vellum.
To see how I made this ethereal birthday card (and for an introduction to our line of inks), please watch the video at the end of this post!
Hello dear crafty friends! Yana is here with you today sharing a new video tutorial using gorgeous Altenew products. Grab a cup of coffee/tea and enjoy!
As I was reading comments to my last month video I noticed a request for a video using a Painted Poppy set. I happened to have it on hand and was happy to play around a bit, experiment and film my next video tutorial. I hope you will love it as much as I did. And if you’d like me to feature any other sets in particular in my future videos, please don’t hesitate to let me know! Like any other woman I always struggle when it comes to making tough choices like picking out a stamp set for a next video, lol!
Hello, friends! Anna is here today to share mt card and video processing. I like cards with long titles, with titles which consist of several parts. I think it makes card more dynamics, adds details to look at. And glad to show you my new card “Sending smile your way”, where word ‘sending’ is die cuted and sticked on some layers of black cardstock – some kind of home-made chipboard.
I added some layering effect with putting the roses and branches under the die cut.
As you can see – the card is very flat but it has “volume” effect!
It’s not very hard to create such card! Welcome to see my processing video for this card.
So sorry for the delayed post! I’ve been battling a cold on and off for the last two weeks, and I had to wait until my voice came back before making this video!
My card features a sentiment from Halftone Hello (along with coordinating die), as well as a small image from Dodecagram. Check out the video below to see how it came together. You can view it here, or in HD on YouTube.
Thanks so much for stopping by!
Hello, dear friends! Today’s Anna‘s turn to show you a project with Altenew stamps. For my first post I decided to create a layout. And I would like to show you how to make a layout (not a card!) using only stamps. It’s very easy! I used two things here – self-made die cuts and self-made vellum. Add here some pieces of paper and everything is ready!
Just look at the roses and leaves from Vintage Roses and and the large words from Super Script! They look just like ready made die-cuts that can be purchased in stores if you use coordinating dies with them.
And here is a processing video how I created this layout.
Hello everyone! Yana is here with you and I’m am beyond excited to be sharing my card and video for Altenew.
During yesterday’s blog hop we introduced a new product – matching dies. Today I’d like to show you one more project using the matching dies and stamps combo. The stamp set that I have selected for my project, I’m sure, is loved and owned by very many of you, its the Vintage Roses.
I started working on my card by stamping clusters of roses and leaves on a panel of white cardstock. I stamped about 5, some full, some partial and ended up creating a look of patterned paper.