Altenew A Year In Review: Crafters' Edition Blog Hop #2 and Giveaway!
Today I am part of the Altenew A Year in Review Blog Hop, part 2. You should have hopped here from the supremely talented Therese Calvird at Lost in Paper - if not, please start at the first stop on the hop which is the Altenew blog.
These are my four favorites for 2022:
The strawberry card was made for the Altenew Educator's Clean and Simple blog hop back in June stamping some juicy fruits from the Simple Fruit set. I made cards with oranges and kiwis too! But since strawberries are my favorite I made two versions; pinkish and reddish - the Altenew Crisp Inks have so many color variations which makes it very easy.
Do you prefer the pinkish berries above?
Or the reddish berries below?
For detailed stamping instructions for all my fruity cards, please check out my blog post Clean and Simple hop.
My second favorite from 2022 is from the Educator's Secret recipe hop from October and my tip was to stamp a wreath. All three cards below were stamped with small images from the Majestic Bouquet stamp set. For detailed instructions and more photos, go to the Secret Recipe post.
Card number 3 is made with an Altenew stencil set that I love so much - Berried Cotoneaster. This stencil looks fantastic in any color scheme, below are just two.
I do love the yellow one above but the blue and green below is my favorite! To see a third, red version check out the November Release post.
And that brings us to the fourth favorite which is also from the November Simply Scientific release:
I just think these Chemistry Vases are the best!
The simple test tube card above is cool but I love the Mad Scientist look below! See all my cards from the November release here.
And here is a third card featuring these chemistry vases from my Instagram account - a rainbow Ambridge Rose and a punny sentiment - We've got chemistry. Makes me smile and I hope it does you as well!
To celebrate this blog hop, Altenew is generously giving away over $500 in total prizes!
Altenew is giving away a $100 gift card to 1 lucky winner, 3 $50 gift cards, and 27 $10 gift cards. Winners will be chosen from both blog hop #1 and blog hop #2. Please leave a comment on the Altenew Card Blog HERE by 12/28/2022 for a chance to win.
Wait, there's MORE!
To see all the projects and
We would also LOVE to see YOUR favorite handmade cards, layouts, home decor, etc. featuring Altenew products! Feel free to share them on social media or on your blog using the hashtag #AltenewBest2022. You may also add a link by clicking the blue button below.
FOUR lucky crafters will each win a $15 gift certificate to our store! Winners will be announced on the Altenew Winners Page on 12/30/2022. We are looking forward to seeing your beautiful creations!
Now you should hop along to Nandini's blog: Paint, Paper, Scissors to see which her four favorite Altenew projects - I am sure they are brilliant!
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I wish you Happy Holidays and hope to see you here in 2023!
love the CAS look - the mad scientist card is stunningReplyDelete
All of your cards are magnificent! But, the three chemistry cards are my favorites. The rainbow Ambridge Rose is spectacular! Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! 💜🎄💜ReplyDelete
Love the chemistry vases card. Great cardReplyDelete
Great use of scientific themed productsReplyDelete
The strawberries look so cute all by themselvesReplyDelete
These are all incredible! I love CAS designs and colors!ReplyDelete
Love your style!ReplyDelete
Great cards! I love the texture on the chemistry card!ReplyDelete
Wonderful cards! I really love the stenciled Berried Cotoneaster design and the awesome color combos you chose for your cards!ReplyDelete
One beautiful card after another! You are very talented!ReplyDelete
My favorite is your chemistry vase card. So unique and well designed.ReplyDelete
The periodic table Happy Birthday made me laugh.ReplyDelete
Love these cards, Helen! You have a unique way of creating that makes me smile!ReplyDelete
Hi Helen. I just love seeing these test tube cards again. This was one of my favorite releases. . Thanks for helping us remember these beautiful cards from 2022. I look forward to more from you in the new year.ReplyDelete