Hello, everyone! Its Yana here with you today sharing a new card and a video tutorial. I love to watercolor and today I’d like to show you a simple card with easy watercolor accents.
First I stamped the Persian motifs in very light colour (Buttercream), and then I used watercolours to cover them. There is no need to stay in lines, I only covered the background area. Last step was to stamp the floral motifs once again over the old ones but in black colour. Thus, I didn’t have to worry about the danger of smudging my stamped images while applying watercolours.
To finish my card off I added some yellow splatters and gold confetti stars.
Thanks so much for stopping by today!
Hello, everyone! Anna is here and I want to share my latest card and video. I’m not the kind of person that often inspires with some material things to create cards. But some time ago I was walking down the street and saw a woman in a black jacket with a print of bright red roses. At that moment I hought, that I really want to create a card with the same background! So it’s finally a time for Vintage Roses set, that I didn’t use for a long time, but here it’s perfect!
The main technique here is masking. I deliberately did not use dies for this set when made masks for roses and leaves – they give a white frame in this case.
More details of creating of this card you can see in my video. Hope, you’ll enjoy it!
Hello, everyone! Anna is here today. I like theme of space, stars, far far away planets. And last time I have this theme in my cards. And it was some time ago I decided to create a card with planets that will look like a natural planets that we can see in books and on pictures! And today I glad to introduce my tutorial for such card.
And here is a video tutorial for this card. Hope you’ll enjoy it!
Happy Friday! It’s Aimes here today with a little card that combines a number of my favourite Altenew goodies combined with a splash of sparkle and a fun idea using the Doodle Blooms dies.
As soon as I laid my eyes on those versatile Doodle Blooms dies I knew I wanted to create a fun focal point using them. I simply die-cut them and arranged them onto a die-cut circle. This was so easy! I didn’t separate the dies so I can use the negative die-cut piece for a future project too (watch this space!)
The Wood Pallet Background stamp set is a firm favourite with me and enables you to create on-trend backgrounds with ease and style. For a bit of definition I decided to heat-emboss the design with clear embossing powder. Then it was simply a case of placing the Doodle Blooms focal point to the centre and layering some of my favourite elements on top including a fitting sentiment from Label Love!
I always like to include a couple of top tips with my projects so here a couple if you decide to try this for yourself:
- I used Stick It adhesive sheets with my die-cuts which makes adhering them a simple and easy process!
- Double up on 3D foam pads or tape on the reverse of the focal point if using a mini peg to allow the peg to sit onto the card front
- I have a thing for adding big twine bows to mini pegs but those bow tails can misbehave! Simply add a couple of tiny dots of Glossy Accents to keep them in place and still retain that fun, whimsical feel they add
Well that’s all from me today! Thanks so much for stopping by today and I hope you have a wonderful weekend! :)
Hello, everyone! Anna is here today and I want to share with you my new card. It’s so bright and I used Persian Motifs set to create the background – and I think it really says that somebody inspired me.
Firstly I stamped flowers on the white background and than colored them with the Distress Inks.
I cut this ready background a little bit less than a card basis and prepared the pink cardstock with the same size as a colored background. Next step I stick them with a small turn in opposite directions. It gives some dynamic to the card.
And the last step – to add some green enamel dots and a sentiment. I stamped and cut at separate words phrase from the Label Love set. Done!
Hello, Altenew fans! Yana is here with you today sharing a We Should Get Together card. I love to travel (in fact I just came back from Poland a few days ago) and I’ve made a lot of friends over the years while traveling. I try to stay in touch with everyone on Facebook or via e-mail, but sometimes its just nice to snail mail a card, don’t you agree?
I made this one (and a bunch more like this to mail to friends) using Sketchy Cities Abroad stamp set. I didn’t have a lot of time to spend on my cards so instead of coloring the skyline I did wet water coloring using Altenew Coral Berry and Warm Sunshine inks, very similar to what I shared in my previous blog post in video.
Hi everyone!! It’s Deasy here :) Today I want to share my blue simple card. I want to make something different with the colors so I’m playing with blue, black and gold.
Thank you so much for stopping by and Happy Stamping!!
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!
Tasnim here, and today I have a clean and simple card for you using the Painted Butterflies set.
This card also features some new products which will be coming soon to the store!
Mark your calenders for May 15 – the day the new inks will be released. I have used seven colors here, and there are five more!