Altenew Crafty Friends Blog Hop + Giveaway

Hi Freckled Fans! Welcome to the Altenew Crafty Friends Blog Hop! You probably came from Emily’s Blog. But if you stumbled across this blog make sure you go to the Altenew Scrapbook Blog to start this crafty journey!
I’m Jennie, one of the design team members from the Freckled Fawn. Our friends from Altenew asked us to share a project inspired by our favorite crafters. I love Dearly Dee and Kelly Purkey. They inspire me to use my stamps on photos. Since we are playing with Altenew goodies is the perfect moment to be inspired by them!

I LOVE alphabet stamps! The Modern Deco Alpha Stamp Set is one of my favorite sets ever! They are really cool. The set has numbers AND they work perfect on photos! My title card is incredibly simple but I love it so much! I just used one of the papers from the Reflections 6×6 Paper Pad and the Modern Deco Alpha Stamp Set. I also added a few stickers and the October Plaid Washi. I used the Tombow Xtreme Permanent Adhesive to glue the Words Wood Chips on the left card.  I colored the wood veneers black so they would pop using the Tombow MONO Twin Permanent Marker.

I used the Invisible Alpha Stamp Set in 2 of the cards. For the photo I stamped in white first and then black. I love this effect! I also used the stamp set My Family which is perfect for Project Life and it fits my style perfectly! I also added Heart & Star Puffy Icon Stickers.

For the 4×6 cards in this spread I used the Reflections 6×6 Paper Pad and the 3×4 cards are Freckled Fawn Journaling Cards. I used a bunch of White Puffy Hearts and Plus Signs around this layout and I staples them which is a genius idea I got from Jen Schow. I also used the Crafty Friends Stamp Set which is perfect to document my crafty adventures! My daughters are also very creative so it’s perfect for adding quotes and phrases on photos.

For “My Messy Home” I started by stamping “messy” with the  Modern Deco Alpha Stamp Set. I inked part the “MY” of the stamps from My Family to stamp on the top and then I cleaned it and just stamped  “home”. To fill my Currently card I used a Tombow TwinTone from the Pastel Set.

We hope you enjoyed this post! Keep on hopping!
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Altenew is giving away a $100 Altenew prize pack to FIVE lucky winners. There are also 13 awesome companies/magazines who are offering the following prizes:

Jennifer McGuire Ink: 1 prize pack of three Altenew stamp sets
Online Card Classes: 3 class spots
Create and Craft TV: £50 gift certificate
My Sweet Petunia: Mini MISTI
Ellen Hutson LLC: $30 gift certificate
Pretty Pink Posh: $30 gift certificate
Simon Says Stamp: $30 gift certificate
Chameleon Pens: 1 pack of 5 Chameleon pens
Tombow USA: 1 pack of 10 dual brush pens
WOW! Embossing Powder: $25 gift certificate
Butterfly Reflections Ink: $25 gift certificate
Freckled Fawn: $20 gift certificate
Papercraft Magazines: One copy of each of the latest issues of four magazines
Scrapbook & Cards Today Magazine: 1-year subscription


Be sure to leave comments by Friday, October 27th, 2017 at 11:59 PM EDT for a chance to win! 21 WINNERS will be chosen at random from the comments left on all of these blogs listed below and will be announced on the Altenew Card Blog and Altenew Scrapbook Blog on October 28th, 2017.


Blog Hop Day 2: 

Altenew Scrapbook Blog
Sandy Allnock
Therese Calvird
Scrapbook & Cards Today
Ellen Hutson LLC
Kathy Racoosin
Yoonsun Hur
Create & Craft TV
Sandra Dietrich
Pretty Pink Posh
Kymona Tracey
Terhi Koskinen
Agnieszka Malyszek
My Sweet Petunia
Tracey McNeely
Butterfly Reflections Ink
Emily Leiphart
Freckled Fawn <<<YOU ARE HERE
Nichol Spohr
Anna Komenda



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166 thoughts on “Altenew Crafty Friends Blog Hop + Giveaway

  1. Fantastic project! Alphabet stamps and dies are my favourite – always need words and sometimes the right ones just aren’t in the sentiments.

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