Altenew Ultimate Challenge Blog Hop

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Welcome to our first ever Ultimate Challenge Blog Hop! When the lovely May Sukyong Park, the Marketing Director at Altenew invited us to take part in a Challenge Blog Hop we thought that it was a great idea and we are delighted to join in!

Thank you so much for the stamp sets I used on todays card.

All of these fabulous challenge blogs are also taking part! Isn’t this FUN!

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You should have arrived here from the fabulous Muse Challenge Blog, if not then you will need to start at the beginning on the Altenew Blog 

I made a set of cards for the challenge using a Garden Grow and Label Love Clear Stamp Sets. I used Stazon Jet Black Ink and Distress Inks for the coloring.


For my first one I used Simon’s Doll Pink Card Stock and Coordinating Ink Pad


I used a MISTI Tool and masked the images to create a 3D effect and also  used scissors to cut around a few of the elements to add more dimension.


For this one I used Simon’s Leaf Green Card Stock and Coordinating Ink


Don’t you love this little bird standing on the plant pot, isn’t he cute!


I used Schoolhouse Red Card Stock and Coordinating Ink for this one.


and last but not least  my final card to show today.


I used Surf Blue Cardstock and Coordinating Ink and finished them all with a wrap of May Arts Natural Twine


From here you need to hop along to the Color Q Challenge Blog where more Altenew goodness will be waiting for you!

Happy Hopping!

Altenew is giving away $35 gift certificates to FIVE 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 October 12th, 2016

If you would like to make a project using Altenew Products, please add them to the inlinkz below. 5 projects  from the entries will be featured on the Altenew blog on October 17th


  1. I did not think that Altenew set would do much for me but you proved me wrong! These cards are adorable and would be fun to color! Thank you!

  2. What a super range of cards – you were on a roll! I love this sort of imagery and can think of loads of friends and relatives who’d be thrilled to receive a card like these. Great use of colour and layers! Thanks for sharing! Esther (Less is More)

  3. What a lovely collection of whimsical cards. So very adorable! This blog hop has a wealth of talented people participating. Thanks for sharing.

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