Altenew April 2019 Washi Tape/Embossing Paste Release Blog Hop + Giveaway

Altenew April 2019 Washi Tape/Embossing Paste Release Blog Hop + Giveaway

Hey there, crafty friends! I am so excited that I get to share some new items from Altenew today! These cards were created with some of the new EMBOSSING PASTE and wide WASHI TAPES available at ALTENEW!

If you are just joining the hop, welcome! Please don’t forget to stop by the AlTENEW CARD BLOG to see all the details of this hop and to get the links for all the talented designers joining us today!

I wanted to show how fun this paste is, and how easy it is to add some over stencils. I created two cards using the DAHLIA LAYERING STENCILS and I love how these cards turned out!

 

I started by ink blending some color over the first stencil, Stencil A. Once I had a layer of ink down, I switched to my Stencil B to add the EMBOSSING PASTE. This paste is light and fluffy- think of the consistency of whipped cream. It was very easy to spread and work with, and also easy to clean up.

After I had paste applied evenly over my stencil, I removed the stencil, cleaned it up with a baby wipe, and sprinkled some GILDED EMBOSSING POWDER over it. Once you hit this EMBOSSING PASTE with your heat tool, it is like magic to watch! The paste puffs up as the powder melts, giving you a raised, textured finish.

Altenew April 2019 Washi Tape/Embossing Paste Release Blog Hop + Giveaway

Altenew April 2019 Washi Tape/Embossing Paste Release Blog Hop + GiveawayAltenew- Embossing Paste- Washi Tapes- Dahlia Stencil A and B- Marie Nicole Designs (2 of 3)

I love how this textured finish was just perfect for adding a golden touch to these stenciled Dahlias!

I then fussy cut the flowers out of the stenciled and embossed background. I used these fussy cut flowers to layer over some of the new washi tape. This tape is the GOLD STRING tape. I tore it and applied behind the flowers for a subtle background that coordinated with that gold embossing powder.

Altenew- Embossing Paste- Washi Tapes- Dahlia Stencil A and B- Marie Nicole Designs (3 of 5)Altenew- Embossing Paste- Washi Tapes- Dahlia Stencil A and B- Marie Nicole Designs (5 of 5)

I then finished these cards by die cutting some simple sentiments. I wanted these sentiments to almost blend into the cards themselves, so that the embossed flowers could really stand out, so I die cut these words with white cardstock.

Altenew- Embossing Paste- Washi Tapes- Dahlia Stencil A and B- Marie Nicole Designs (3 of 3)

This paste was so easy to work with, and the results are stunning!

***GIVEAWAY***

To celebrate this release, Altenew is giving away a $30 gift certificate to 6 lucky winners! Please leave a comment on the Altenew Card Blog and/or Altenew Scrapbook Blog by 5/1/2019 for a chance to win.

We’ll also draw a winner to receive a $15 gift certificate from the comments left on each designer’s blog on the blog hop list below. All winners will be announced on the Altenew Card Blog on 5/4/2019.

I hope you enjoyed a look at these cards today. Please follow along with the list of links below to hop to all the other blogs participating in today’s hop!

Altenew Card Blog
Nicole Picadura
Therese Calvird
Laurie Willison
Galina Filippenko
Lilith Eeckels
Amanda Baldwin
Virginia Lu
Nathalie DeSousa
Lydia Evans
Maryam Perez
Vicky Papaioannou
Agnieszka Malyszek
Alex Syberia
Kymona Tracey
Zsoka Marko
Altenew Scrapbook Blog
Svitlana Shayevich
Olga Moss
Erum Tasneem
Hussena Calcuttawala
Sandra Dietrich
Anna Komenda
Sveta Fotinia
Kathleen Graumüller
Norine Borys
Mona Tóth
Jen Schow
Reiko Tsuchida
Kelly Janes
Marie Nicole
Ilda Dias

Also, be sure to check out these new items over at ALTENEW!

Until next time,
Marie Nicole


54 Comments Add yours

  1. Nandini says:

    Beautiful cards. Love the way you have combined the stencils, washi and embossing paste. Looks really gorgeous.

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  2. Linda R says:

    When I saw that Altenew came out with embossing paste, I decided to use it with this stencil in the same way you did! It was so great to see you go through the process in your great video. Your card turned out so very well. Thanks for the inspiration and the video.

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