Hi everyone! Just dropping in today to announce the winner from the Altenew November 2018 Stamp/Die/Ink/Sticker Release Blog Hop.
. Thank you all for leaving all the lovely comments. I enjoy reading every one of them!

Our random winner from my post is…

Congratulations Annalisa! You are the winner for a $30 gift certificate to the Altenew. Be sure to contact us at winner@altenew.com by 11/30/2018 with the subject line Altenew November 2018 Stamp/Die Release Blog Hop Winner from Olga Moss's Blog.

Again, thanks all for dropping by!



Altenew November 2018 Stamp/Die/Ink/Sticker Release Blog Hop + Giveaway

And welcome to my stop in the Altenew November 2018 Stamp/Die/Ink/Sticker Release Blog Hop! You should have arrived here from Erum Tasneem 's blog, however if you need a map, a full list of the blog hop is listed below.

I'm so exciting to be a part of this Release! And I am very grateful to Altenew for the opportunity to work with new products among the first, it makes me proud!
Get ready to see here a lot of photos and cards. New products, really, very interesting and without a doubt, deserve your attention!
So I hope to inspire and help with some of your wish list decision in my projects today.

Let’s start with the new Engraved Flowers Stamp & Die Bundle! I love the beautiful details of the flowers in this set. So I decided to paint the flowers in watercolor technique, but took only one large flower - my favorite of the set - and duplicated it several times, getting a bouquet.
Next I ink blended Altenew Aqualicious Crisp Dye Ink and Teal Cave Crisp Dye Ink to create a pop of color background. I then heat embossed the sentiment "Hello Beautiful" from new 
Inked Rose Stamp Set in white embossing powder. And of course some accents to complete this card. 

 The last card is my favorite)) It is super simple, but sooo festive! It is one layered, but you can see its depth and dimensions! I started with blending a piece of the white card stock with Purple Wine Crisp Dye Ink and Cosmic Berry Crisp Dye Ink. I applied the darker shade only on the edges of the panel. Then I stamped the leaves from Wild Ferns Stamp Set on the edges.

To make the depth effect I also sprinkled a little with the water for the spots and with the white and gold paint and old tooth brush for making the fireflies effect. I then heat embossed the sentiment from new Inked Rose Stamp Set in gold embossing powder.


Last up are two cards featuring the new Inked Rose Stamp & Die Bundle. The design of these cards is quite simple and fast, but they turned out very charming!

I made a through shaker by placing an image of a rose inside the base of the card. Yes, it is a little time-consuming, but the result will be interesting. I also decided not to paint the flower, and just toned it using Rouge Crisp Dye Ink and Crimson Crisp Dye InkFor the top layer and leaves I used Bamboo Crisp Dye Ink and Olive Crisp Dye Ink.
Of course, not without masking and embossing with white powder.

And of course, how could I not make a round card! This version is perfect as a compliment. As a sentiment, I used the new Altenew product - Envelope Stickers. A great way to decorate not only your envelope or gift, but also a quick and fun way to highlight the sentiment on the card!


For this card I used new Handpicked Bouquet Stamp & Die BundleThis stamp set features a sweet rose bouquet that has multiple coloring layers.

I started with 4.25×5.5 inches piece of the white card stock. I stamped flowers in black ink. I then die cut the masks of the masking paper and covered all my flowers. I stamped on the heavy card stock, so I used a bright lamp to shine through it and see the flowers and to adhere the masks on their places correctly.

After this, I blended the entire background with the  ink and then removed the masks. At the end, I added some clear drops.

And my last card with the awesome Antique Engravings Cover Die.

At first I toned white cardstock with different shades of ink and sprinkled it with white paint. And then I cut out the flowers using a cover die. Next, I also cut flowers from glitter and kraft paper and mixed them together, expanding the composition. Why not right? 

I then heat embossed the sentiment  in white embossing powder.

To celebrate this release, Altenew is giving away a $50 gift certificate to 6 lucky winners! Please leave a comment on the Altenew Card Blog and/or Altenew Scrapbook Blog by 11/18/2018 for a chance to win. 6 winners will be announced on the Altenew blogs on 11/21/2018.

Additional Prize:
I will be giving away $30 gift certificate to ONE lucky winner from the comments left here. I will announce the winner on 11/18/2018 here.

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Thank you so much for joining me! See you next time.



Today we are celebrating the new Reverse Confetti November Release.

The full hop list is at the bottom of this post.  When you're done with the hop, head on over to the store.  

All of the new products are available HERE.

My card for today features SNOW BUNNIES stamp set with the new SNOWBALLS COVER PANEL.

I started with the preparing background. I die-cut a white panel with the new SNOWBALLS COVER PANEL Confetti Cuts and put it onto Mist Cardstock panel. I then ink-blended next next piece of paper with the Rose Dye Ink,Tangerine Dye Ink, Sunshine Dye Ink and Baby Blue Dye Ink. And cut out a circle and covered it with glitter paste. This effect gives the card not only shine, but also the mood of happiness and joy.

Than I layered that over a snow card base. Next comes the ice skaters from the SNOW BUNNIES set, which are colored with Copics.

You should have arrived from Jeanne Jachna and  Ali Farmer is your next stop.



Welcome back to Day 3 of the Reverse Confetti November Release Week

This is going to be a new-year post. 
So today we're featuring the new SNOWFLAKE MAGIC stamp set with Coordinating Confetti Cuts die set.

First I prepared the background in  the blue color.
I wanted to make an additional volume of snowflakes, so I cut them out of the finished background, and then put this cutting back, glued to the foam tape. Next I heat embossed snowflakes in red gold, cut them all and add to the background. 

Don’t forget to leave a comment here and on each sneak peek post this week for a chance to win!