This month at Double D we are doing something a bit different
by adding an extra challenge featuring all ALTENEW products!
Our blog was asked to join in an Ultimate Blog Hop with
Altenew and several other fabulous challenges, what an honor!
For one of my cards I chose to use the pretty
Build A Flower Chrysanthemum and matching die.
This set is a layering flower stamp set, so easy to line up
using 4 different colors of inks for the flowers and three colors for the leaves.
My colors for the flower came from the Golden Sunset ink cubes
and the leaves from the Green Fields ink cubes.
These are perfect sets for layering flowers and leaves as
the inks run from light to dark. The Green Fields inks have three different
green inks and a permanent black ink.
The background for this card was an Altenew background stencil
Leaves and Berries.
The sentiment is from the Beautiful Day stamp set.
I added a few gems for sparkle!
For my second card I used the Altenew stamp and die set
To see even more beautiful Altenew inspiration
head on over to the Double D blog and see what the Design Team has to
show you, join in with us and with the Altenew Ultimate challenge
as they have a great prize to be won!
Please keep in mind that our normal two challenges
(1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month)
will also still be running as usual,
this hop is just an extra fun one for the month of August!
Blog Hop Order
$250 in total prizes! To celebrate this fantastic blog hop, Altenew is giving away $25 gift certificates to TEN lucky winners. Winners will be chosen at random from the comments left on any of the blogs listed below and will be announced on the Altenew blog on September 5th, 2021.
FREE U.S. shipping with code HAPPY08A8 or $5 OFF international shipping with code SHOPPING08A8 at checkout on orders over $39 from 8/10/2021 at 12:01 am EDT to 8/11/2021 at 11:59 pm EDT. Shop here: https://altenew.com/collections/all-altenew-products Not valid on prior purchases. Cannot be combined with other promo codes.
Entering the following challenges:
The Flower Challenge .... Use A Die