Thursday, April 25, 2019

Altenew April 2019 Washi Tape/Embossing Paste Release Blog Hop + Giveaway +Video


 Hi everyone and welcome to Altenew Blog-Hop! I'm going to share with you how to add texture on your cards. All new products are avible in Altenew Shop.



Here is a video of how to add texture on your cards.



 For my first card I used new embossing paste from Altenew and few elements I cut from Washi tape.


 This paste is amazing and keep any form.
 

For my second card I used embossing paste on the acetate shete and create a shaker card.



For my third card i used Misty Meadows Washi Tape and hidden texture :) See a close up photo.





For my last card I usedTeal Shadow Washi Tap. I made a textured focal point in the centere of my card.



Close up



Prizes:
To celebrate this release, Altenew is giving away a $30 gift certificate to 6 lucky winners! Please leave a comment on the Altenew Card Blog and/or Altenew Scrapbook Blog by 5/1/2019 for a chance to win.



We’ll 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 Card Blog on 5/4/2019.

Blog Hop Order:
Please add a link to the person before and after you in your post. You are encouraged to include the full list as well.



Have fun! 

Supplies 

67 comments:

  1. That paste looks amazing! Lovely cards!

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  2. These are such wonderfully inventive ideas for using the embossing paste. Thank you so much for the inspiration. I could not even pick a favorite design, they are all so beautiful.

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  3. These are all beautiful and an amazing use clever use of these tapes and the paste. Using the paste to cover the card and impressing the design with a stamp is one I had not thought of but will try. Thanks for all the inspiration!

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  4. You made so many gorgeous cards!

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  5. These are beautiful! I really like the butterfly on acetate. I am going to have to try that.

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  6. Ooh so many beautiful cards!! I love the butterfly and shaker!! :)

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  7. Very creative & beautiful cards!

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  8. Gorgeous cards!! Absolutely love the way you used the embossing paste designs over washi tapes!

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  9. Great cards! I love the new washi tapes and the embossing paste looks like a nice large container.

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  10. All beautiful projects - I love the soft texture with the use of the embossing paste.

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  11. Seriously. Super creative ideas here. I love looking at all of the little details in each card.

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  12. Gorgeous creations! I absolutely love that shaker card ! Wonderful designs, Galena!!

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  13. Very creative and unique techniques, Galina! Love these new washi tapes, and can't wait to use the new embossing paste. Looks creamy as butter! Thanks for sharing your ideas with us.

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  14. Simply stunning work highlighting these products!

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  15. Amazing projects, love the various textures!!

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  16. The washi tape looks like so much fun to work with, so many ideas and uses. Great work.

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  17. What great ideas for the washi tapes.

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  18. Gorgeous work! So creative use of washi tape.

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  19. Beautiful projects. Especially love the card using the Teal Shadow Washi.

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  20. All are STUNNING! I love the texture card!

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  21. Beautiful projects, my faves are the texture paste and the Teal Shadow washi tape.

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  22. Great projects! Thanks for the chance to win .

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  23. Awesome textures and designs! the butterfly is a favorite!

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  24. Dear Galina
    Wow u are a super talented crafter. I am going to bk mark this page and cm as I cannot watch videos due to our country situation.love your creations. I hv literally fall in love with them. Live and hugs

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  25. So many beautiful cards!!! I love the different ways in which you added texture to your cards using the washi tapes! Thank you for sharing!

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  26. Dear love all your cards I just cannot select one as I want to hv them all or learn how to create them live and hugs

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  27. A really pretty cards, Galina! I love the way you used the embossing paste, especially covering it with the lovely new washi tape. Love the embossed paste butterfly. Thanks so much for sharing and wonderful inspiration!

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  28. So many great ideas. Thanks for sharing your talent!

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  29. Amazing use of the Washi tape and embossing paste. Very beautiful cards. Thank you for all your inspiration.

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  30. I learned so many new ideas!! Thank you!

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  31. Beautiful cards..and the shaker card is my favorite.

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  32. Gorgeous cards!! I love the stenciled butterflies! Thank you for sharing your process on video.

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  33. What beautiful work! Love every card you made and your techniques are really inspirational.

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  34. luv the leaf washi with a bold flower on top.

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  35. I love the shaker card! Beautifully done!

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  36. Thank you so much for sharing all of these great ways to add texture!! Your cards are beautiful!

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  37. These are gorgeous!!!! Thanks for sharing.

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  38. Thank you for providing so many examples of adding texture. Your cards are gorgeous. I love the shaker card and the Misty Meadow washi tape card. They are stunning. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  39. I love the dimensions of the cards.Thanks for sharing them!

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  40. Your cards are all gorgeous. Thank you for sharing your process video.

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  41. Wow, amazing cards! Fabulous techniques for adding texture to cards, love the stamping in the embossing paste.

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  42. Galina, I love how innovative you were in using the tape and paste. You created some beautiful and amazing cards. Thank you for sharing your talent and inspiring me to try some unique techniques with the gorgeous new washi tape and paste.

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  43. Beautiful cards! Love the butterfly shaker. So many amazing techniques with both the washi and paste.

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  44. Beautiful cards. It never occurred to me to use embossing paste on acetate, but the result is wonderful. I love all these new washi tapes!

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  45. Marisela Delgado said: Pretty cards. mariandmonsterd@yahoo.com

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  46. You are one very creative lady, Galina! Your textured cards are so beautiful...I think the one with 2 butterflies is my favorite! Thank you so much for making a video showing us those 4 clever techniques for adding texture!

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  47. Thanks for all your inspiration. Your cards are lovely. I especially appreciate the instruction on washi tape as I am not experienced in using it.

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  48. All of these are so beautiful. Really cool ways to add texture and use the washi

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  49. Beautiful cards! Thank you so much for the video ideas on texture!!!

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  50. Wow! What a wonderful idea to add texture behind the washi tape. Absolutely gorgeous cards! Thanks for sharing your techniques!

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  51. Love how you used the embossing paste! Your card with the Peony Dreams 3-D dies is absolutely gorgeous! I love it!!

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  52. These are all so gorgeous!!! That texture paste looks fabulous!

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  53. These washes are gorgeous. I really love your shaker card. Lovely colors.

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  54. WOW! Fabulous designs Galina! Love the way you added the texture behind the tape. you did an amazing job showcasing the new release. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  55. Gorgeous cards, Galina! Love the different ways in which you have created texture.

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  56. Love the butterfly Shaker Card

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  57. Great cards and great video. I especially like the shaker card. The butterfly with the heart aperture is just beautiful!

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