Hello friends and welcome to the Altenew Live Your Dream Scrapbook Collection Release Blog Hop + Giveaway.
You should have arrived from the amazing Paige Evans‘ blog. Here is the full list for your convenience:
Enza Gudor –You are here–
The Live Your Dream Scrapbook Collection is bright and elegant and you can use it to document any occasion; from the little daily moments to bigger milestones like parties and birthdays. It is also very versatile and perfect for many different projects, such as 12×12 layouts, pocket scrapbooking, cards, home decor, and much more.
- 16 sheets of 12×12 double-sided patterned papers (2 of each/16 different designs)
- 2 6″x12″ sheets of puffy alphabet stickers (220 pieces)
- 2 6″x12″ sheets of chipboard stickers (38 pieces)
- 2 6″x12″ sheets of clear stickers (31 pieces)
- 1 pack of wood epoxy buttons (20 pieces)
- 1 pack of die-cut cardstock embellishments (32 pieces).
Here is my layout:
I fell in love with a beautiful patterned paper featuring huge flowers in orange and pink shades , so I decided to fussy cut it entirely and back it with a soft white and green polka dot paper. I kept the design of the original paper as is, but gave the flowers a bit of dimension with foam adhesive.
For the photo, I matted it with several layers of patterned paper, as well as sentiments from the Ephemera pack. I then created a big cluster under the top left side with leaves from the 6”x12” clear sticker sheet that I had previously adhered to white cardstock and fussy cut – this simple step gave my embellishments some texture and allowed me to move them around easily.
Next, I chose my title, which came in the die-cut embellishment pack, and finished the layout with the beautiful wooden buttons and enamel dots.
Now onto the prizes! 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 2/28/2019 for a chance to win. 6 winners will be announced on the Altenew blogs on 3/3/2019.
Your next stop is Kathleen‘s blog. Happy hopping!