Hi everyone, welcome back! I’ve got another class to check off my list of Altenew Academy courses for the Altenew Educator Certification Program. It has been an incredible learning journey and I love sharing my projects with you all. The title of this class is Easy Ink Blending Techniques and it is a progressive class on ink blending. Just when I thought I have seen it all, I still learn new things through Altenew Academy.
If you follow me on Instagram (@craftykellyannejordan), I have also shared a video on Youtube. I would greatly appreciate if you checked it out and I appreciate the feedback I’ve gotten from many of you on these videos.
I really enjoyed designing this card and I Love the Emboss Resist technique. I feel the Altenew stamps work so well for this project and the image allows for a gorgeous Blend. I love a clean and simple card and I feel this card embody’s the phrase “less is more!”. I love how the Altenew Academy classes walk you through the process, offering tips on layout and design.
For my class submission I have chosen this card featuring the Darling Lilly and Label Love Stamp sets, following the guide from Lesson 4.
Drawing from the classes as a whole, I wanted to create a simple card but with bold colour and focus on the pop of White embossing. I wanted the sentiment to be a contrast to the bright colours of the card and I feel the flicks of green Ink finish it off.
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...
I have used -
Stamp Sets: Darling Lilly and Label Love.
Altenew Inks: Just Green, Jet Black.
Stampin' up Ink: Mango
Cardstock: Stampin' Up - Whisper White stamping card and Whisper White Thick Cardstock
Other: White embossing powder and Rare Earth Clear Glass embossing Ink
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