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diecut all the florals
Have you been adding to your floral diecut collection as a subscriber to the monthly Craft-a-Flower series? Or do you prefer to purchase just the ones you love? Either way, there’s an option for everyone!
vellum in color
I think vellum is just one of the most magical materials! Though, I know that so many can be intimidated by it. I guess that’s probably because the first thing that is hard about it is gluing it down without having the glue show through. Well, there’s an easy way around that – just color the vellum!
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Coloring vellum is actually really easy! Grab your Artist Markers and just lay down a layer of color! Once your pieces are all colored up, use them like you would regular cardstock and diecut away! Now that they’re colored, the glue will not show through, so you can add your adhesive runner or liquid adhesive and glue the layers together without any worries!
Yah – take a deep breath and try it! You’ll see that vellum is easier to use than you think! To complete the project, I added in a watercolor wash and spatter background in gray and popped in a sentiment from the mini Breathe stamp set.
Now, about that GIVEAWAY…
To celebrate this release, Altenew is giving away a $30 gift certificate to 2 lucky winners! Please leave a comment on the Altenew Card Blog by 10/12/2020 for a chance to win.
Altenew will also draw a winner to receive a $15 gift certificate from the comments left on each designer’s blog on the blog hop list below. All winners will be announced on the Altenew Winners Page on 10/15/2020.
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Be sure to hop over to the uber talented Tenia Nelson for more amazing inspiration. And don’t forget to leave comments along the way to enter all the giveaways!
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