Altenew Academy AECP - All About Layering 2, Module 2.
So I'm back with some more Altenew fun!
If you didn't know a few weeks ago I was delighted to have been accepted on to the Level One Altenew Educator Certification Program, This course features 10 classes, each class having a variety of lessons from which to learn new fun ways for you to create your cards.
This is my second project "All About Layering 2". As I have mentioned before the layering concept is key to many of Altenew stamp designs and allows you to achieve a gorgeous 3D effect. All About Layering walks you through the layering process, offering tips on layout and design as well as how to position your stamps.
For my class submission I have chosen this card featuring the Strength Blooms stamp set and dies, following the guide from Lesson 9.
Drawing from the classes as a whole, I wanted a create a simple but bold background for my card and with layers of stamped flowers being the main focus. The white space I have left gives the stamped images space to pop, while positioning the images at bottom corner with the pop of Blue I feel adds depth to the design.
I have chosen the sentiment "Hello" from the Mini Hello stamp set and emboss in black on to the background, this provides a contrast to the white space of the card.
I am pleased with how this card turned out and I am looking forward to learning more!
Check out my video making this lovely card and you will learn a new way to use your die cuts...
I have used -
Stamp Sets: Strength Blooms and Dies and Mini Hello.
Altenew Inks: Just Green, Sapphire
I have used some yellow inks from Stampin' Up for my flowers.
Cardstock: Rare Earth stamping card and Stampin' Up yellow cardstock for my card base.
Embellishments: Black sequins, Black Embossing Powder.
Other: Stamparatus, Aqua Painters,
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