Hello, Altenew fans, and welcome to the Refresh Your Alcohol Markers Blog Hop + Giveaway.
You should have arrived from the wonderful Barb‘s blog. Here is the full list for your convenience:
Enza Gudor –You are here–
Today we are sharing lots of inspiring projects created with Altenew Artist Markers and/or Artist Marker Refills. This refills are wonderful, not only for reviving the colors of your markers, but also for many alcohol ink techniques. I love how vibrant they are!
For my layout I utilized Marker Refills to create a mixed media background.
I started by adding a few drops of Soft Lilac Marker Refill to modeling paste, and mixing them up to obtain an even color. With the Molded Lines Stencil, I applied the paste to the page to create my design.
Once it was dry, I used three other Refills to add splatters: Lavender Fields, Deep Iris, and Caramel Toffee. I simply dipped the paint brush into some drops of color I had poured onto an acrylic block, and just gently tapped it all over the page, concentrating on the center of the design.
Next, I worked on my stamped images. I used the gorgeous Floral Art Stamp Set to create three big clusters. The Crisp Dye Inks here match the colors of the refills or are complementary to them. I love the orange hues!
For the title, I inked a piece of smooth white cardstock with Evening Gray and Lava Rock Crisp Inks, and die cut it with the Brush Alpha Die Set. Everything was adhered down with foam tape for dimension.
And now onto the prizes! Altenew is giving away a $30 gift certificate to six lucky winners! Please leave a comment on the Altenew Card Blog and/or Altenew Scrapbook Blog by Wednesday, September 26th for a chance to win. Six winners will be announced on the Altenew blogs on 9/29/2018.
To celebrate this blog hop, Altenew is also running a marker promotion. Save 15% Off on All Artist Markers from 9/20/2018 at 12:01 EDT until 9/22/2018 at 11:59 PM EDT. No code needed to enjoy this sale! Not valid on previous purchases.
Shop HERE→ https://altenew.com/collections/artist-markers (this offer doesn’t include refills and brush nibs).
Your next stop is the amazing Norine‘s blog. Happy hopping!
Hello, PP friends! Today I’m sharing a new layout featuring the super cute Wild Child collection. I couldn’t wait to make a page about my little one’s first day of school! She was so happy and ready, it was a joy to watch!
I started by choosing the cut file I wanted to use. My idea was to create a frame for the photo and embellish it with all kinds of ephemera pieces and stickers. The Frame cut file designed by Paige drew my attention for the interesting shape and the lovely flowers around it. I backed the middle portion first with Paper 06 – I love the soft, feminine colors! Then, using a darker strip from the same paper, I backed the smaller portion of the petals. For the rest I used patterned papers in the Wild Child Girl 6×6 Paper Pad. Some parts of the cut files were left as is; I like to see the background paper through the negative spaces.
I matted the photo with patterned papers and die cuts from the girl line and adhered it down with foam adhesive. I then arranged more pieces, such as puffy stickers, chipboard stickers, and fussy cut flowers in between the layers to add variety and color.
The title, for which I used chipboard stickers, fit perfectly in the right corner of the frame.
To complete the look of the layout, I added rub-on stars and fussy cut flowers on the outside of the cut file, as well as two strips of the same patterned papers used to back the flowers in the bottom portion of the page. I also included a lovely sentiment that comes in the 6×12 Sticker Sheet – I thought it was perfect for the theme of the layout.
Thank you for stopping by today! I hope this has given you some ideas for your next back-to-school layout!
Hello everyone! Today I’m bringing you a monochromatic layout featuring the Amazing You Stamp Set by Altenew.
This is one of my favorite stamp sets; I love the delicate outline of the images and the variety of sizes. My idea was to create a sun with it and decorate the rays with these gorgeous flowers. Not very realistic, I know, but definitely catchy. 😉
Let’s see how it came together!
I started by preparing my background with a cut file that I used as a stencil. I simply adhered the cut file to the white cardstock with removable adhesive and sprayed the whole page with Altenew Shimmer Ink Spray in Warm Sunshine. To obtain an ombre look, I added a couple of spritzes just in the center of the sun with the Caramel Toffee color.
Once the background was dry, I arranged the flowers previously stamped and fussy cut them to accentuate the sun shape. I opted to go with the smaller images, as I wanted to add more of them; plus, they fit the size of the rays perfectly.
After adhering the photo down, I created a frame with some of the roses and continued on gluing the other flowers along the rays as I thought it would look pleasing to the eye. For the center of the flowers, I used pink and yellow enamel dots.
The sentiments came from the Inked Flora Stamp Set and were heat-embossed with Altenew Translucent Pearl Embossing Powder. I cut them in the shape of a banner and punched a hole in one side to thread some twine through them.
That is it for today! I hope this layout will inspire you to create your next project with the Amazing You Stamp Set.