Altenew June 2022 Fine & Dandy Collection Release Blog Hop & Giveaway

Hello friends! I am excited to be joining Altenew in their Fine & Dandy Release Blog Hop. I have a lot of inspiration to share with you today.

Let’s started with the Scallops Cover Die. Also being released today is new Brushed Metallic cardstock. It’s absolutely gorgeous!

I die cut the Scallops Cover die from the Brushed Rose cardstock and added to an ink blended background.

I finished it off with the Fancy Enjoy die. I love these scripty word dies from Altenew.

Next I have the Exquisite Marble hot foil plate. It creates such an amazing background that will pair with just about anything.

I added flowers to the front of the card using Beautiful Peony stamp and die bundle and a sentiment from Bold Sentiments.

Next is the Oriental Poppy stamp, die and stencil.

I stamped in a light brown color so when I ink blended the coordinating stencil, it looks like no-line coloring.

Last but not least is the Freesia stamp, die, stencil and hot foil plate.

After some light ink blending, I added it to a card front created with the Scallops Cover die and a sentiment from Bold Sentiments.

Always so much fun playing with Altenew products.

NOTE

I want to also note that these blog hops are not required of me. Altenew invites me as a guest and I am able to choose what I want to work with. So the product I’m featuring is something that really stood out to me. I choose more or less products depending on my schedule. I just wanted you to know, if I’m creating with it – I love it!

GIVEAWAY

To celebrate this release, Altenew is giving away a $50 gift certificate to 2 lucky winners and a $25 gift certificate to 8 winners! Please leave a comment on the Altenew Card Blog and/or each designer’s blog post on the blog hop list below by 06/27/2022 for a chance to win. 

Altenew will draw 10 random winners from the comments left on each stop of this blog hop and announce the winners on the Altenew Winners Page on 06/29/2022.

BLOG HOP

All the fun starts on the Altenew Blog

If you arrived here from Therese’s blog you are in the right spot.

Your next stop on the hop will be Virginia Lu.

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22 Comments

  1. I LOVE the soft rainbow background and stunning flowers!

  2. That brushed metallic cardstock looks amazing! I love all of the cards you’ve shared! Thanks for sharing your artistry!!
    Lori S in PA

  3. Fantastic cards! I love the textured scalloped background!

  4. These are Gorgeous!!! Love the scalloped die!!!

  5. Love all the striking cards. Thank you Misty.

  6. Lovely projects! I love that Marbeling Hot Foil plate, it’s so unique.

  7. I love this release! These are beautiful cards!

  8. Dear Mindy
    The cards are bomb and it makes us buy the products. Thanks for the inspiration

  9. So beautiful!

  10. Beautiful cards and I like the enjoy die. It’s so elegant.

  11. One of my favorite cards is the one with the hot foil marble background. Such a great new plate that can be used for so many looks and events!

  12. The rainbow background looks fabulous under that gorgeous Scallops Cover die! And, your other cards are marvelous, Mindy.

  13. That Scalloped Cover Die is at the top of my list after seeing your gorgeous creations, Mindy! I need that metallic cardstock also! Great release!

  14. Your coloring work is so beautiful. Thank you for sharing.

  15. Beautiful cards! I especially love the first card (Enjoy). I love that sentiment and it’s perfect over the background you created.

  16. Your cards are beautiful as always. I love the scallops cover die.

  17. I really like the scallop cover die. It looks amazing.

  18. beautiful cards

  19. Great job with your cards. I love the rainbow colors you chose .. tyfs 🙂

  20. Such beautiful cards! Love the colors and the background die is awesome.
    Thanks for sharing.

  21. Love the freesia and scallop combo card and the poppy card. Both cards are gorgeous

  22. Your cards are beautiful! The first one is my favorite. I love the new scallop cover plate die.

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