Welcome to Altenew’s Vintage Galore Blog Hop. There are so many new products being released this month and I have two to show you today.
Thanks also to Tenia Nelson for sending you here.
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The first one used an unusual ink combination – Misty Moor, Yellow Ochre, Canyon Clay and Autumn Blaze. Each of these inks are from different ink sets and I loved the outcome.
I have been experimenting with my ink sprays and tried using them with the first two layers of stencils and finish with the two darker inks that complement the set.
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To complement the new hot foil plate there is also a 6×8 layering stamp set – Golden Days, that also has a coordinating die set. I decided to make a slim line card.
This was my bonus card and I absolutely adore it. Instead of using the hot foil plate as it was intended, I dry embossed my cardstock and then used the stencils with ink sprays. I then cut it out and glued it to another piece of cardstock. The ink sprays created a lovely soft sparkly feel and it was quite quick to put together.
Blog Hop Order
Fiona Duff – YOU ARE HERE
Teri Wilson – YOUR NEXT STOP
Thanks again for stopping by. Your next stop is Teri Wilson.
Looking forward to a crafty 2022!
See you again soon!