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Altenew 8”x11” Majestic Bouquet Stamp Set Release Blog Hop + Giveaway

Hello everyone, well this is a GIANT of a post… for a few reasons. I’m so chuffed to be part of a brand new release from Altenew celebrating the first time they’ve produced such a large stamp set- and what a beauty it is! If you’ve come from Joylita Dsouza’s blog – then a big hello! You may have come from the beginning (or want to start there) blog- which is Altenew’s own Blog. So, onto the set. I’ve created 3 projects from it- using only one of the flowers. These are big beauties and you’ll find you can fill a small card with only one of these florals!

So, I’ve gone a little alternative with the colours- but it’s got a real flamboyant feel so I thought I’d go with that vibe. The awesome thing about this set, is that it will encourage you to play and experiment with colours. So what’s this set about? Here’s how Altenew describes it.

‘Make a HUGE statement with this 8″ x 11″ stamp set! 

This is our first-ever stamp set in our largest stamp size category. We hope it inspires you to create projects that are bigger, bolder, and drop-dead gorgeous!

The set features two beautiful layering flowers illustrated in a loosely painted style, plus a collection of leaves. The matching flowers and leaves from the Majestic Bloom 3D Embossing Folder perfectly coordinate in size and will allow you to take your gorgeous flower to the next level by giving it extra dimension! 

This is a 8″ x 11″ clear stamp set containing 41 stamps made in the USA from high-quality photopolymer.’

I’ve used a similar colour scheme with this tent folded card, but this time I’ve used a light blue, a purpley blue and changed the inner colour to a purpley-pink. Even by changing tiny details, it can still change the look. You can see I’ve used strips of matt gold cardstock again but this time just using different widths of strips and changing the gaps between the strips, it gives a dynamic look without overwhelming the star of the show; the flowers! This flower has 6 separate layers- but you don’t have to use them all- you can get a less dimensional feel easily.

(the following links are affiliate ones).

The Majestic Bouquet Stamp Set is available, plus the Majestic Bouquet Die Set and there’s a Stamp and Die bundle available too.

Giveaway Prizes

$200 in total prizes! To celebrate this release, Altenew is giving away a $50 gift certificate to 2 lucky winners and a $20 gift certificate to 5 winners! Please leave a comment on the Altenew Card Blog and/or each designer’s blog post on the blog hop list below by 5/16/2021 for a chance to win. Altenew will draw 7 random winners from the comments left on each stop of this blog hop and announce the winners on the Altenew Winners Page on 5/19/2021. 

My last project for the hop is a tag.

I’ve gone more towards green hues and I’ve also stamped one of the layers of the flowers onto the tag base to add some dimension. I hope you can see the massive possibilities from this set- and I’ve not even got to the largest flower yet! Using different coloured centres will actually help you trick the eye to seeing that one flower is further away than the other.

Now it’s time to head onto Teresa Litchfield– I can’t wait to see what’s she’s created. Thankyou so much for visiting my blog- I hope you’ve enjoyed this first look at the Majestic Bouquet Stamp Set. Below is a list of the whole hop in case you get lost!

Keren x

Altenew Card Blog

Jaycee Gaspar 

LauraJane

Erum Tasneem 

Michelle Short

Tenia Nelson

Jenny Colacicco

Norine Borys 

Anna Mahtani

Agnieszka Małyszek

Victoria Calvin

Linda Westfall

Emily Midgett 

Sandhya Iyer

Laurie Willison

Preeti Chandran

Seeka

Mindy Eggen

Verity Biddlecombe

Carol Hintermeier

Erin Thompson

Helen Kalb

Joylita Dsouza

Keren Baker you are HERE!

Teresa Litchfield

Bridget Casey

Kelly Griglione

Nandini Karmarkar

Terri Koszler

Karen Brown

May 11, 2021 at 2:00 pm 31 comments

Altenew Craft-A-Flower: Buttercup Layering Die Set Release Blog Hop + Giveaway

Hello lovely blog friends, it’s lovely to be sharing with you again. Today we’re celebrating the release of Altenew’s latest Craft-A-Flower which I think are one of my favourite things that Altenew release. This blog hop starts at the Altenew Card Blog if you want to start at the beginning. You might have arrived at my blog from the fabulous Joylita Dsouza so if that’s the case, a special welcome!

Onto what I’ve created.. well I did stick to the traditional colours this time!

What a stunner of a die set right?! Its a layering die set which is easy to put together. You can get them as a complete set here (the following links are affiliate ones) Craft-A-Flower: Buttercup Layering Die Set and also the Craft-A-Flower: Buttercup Die Set & Gradient Cardstock Bundle (has a 5% discount).

You can see the details. To ‘ground’ my flowers, I added them to a simple square die cut frame that I mounted onto my base card. The base is pretty simple too- just a basic tent fold card that I marked the centre point at the bottom and then trimmed a triangle out so you have a banner shape. I used different greens for the bottom and centre of the buttercup and leaves. Looking at the set, it would be easy to change colours and transform the buttercup into another kind of flower.

As usual there is a fab giveaway.

Giveaway Prizes

There is $200 in total prizes! To celebrate this release, Altenew is giving away a $50 gift certificate to 2 lucky winners and a $20 gift certificate to 5 winners! Please leave a comment on the Altenew Card Blog and/or each designer’s blog post on the blog hop list below by 05/13/2021 for a chance to win. Altenew will draw 7 random winners from the comments left on each stop of this blog hop and announce the winners on the Altenew Winners Page on 05/15/2021.

All that is left for me to do is encourage you to keep hopping over to my lovely friend Michelle Short who is sure to wow you!

Thanks for visiting my blog and hope to see you again soon. The full list of everyone taking part is below.

Keren x

Altenew Card Blog

Jaycee Gaspar

Sandhya Iyer

Emily Midgett

LauraJane

Virginia Lu

Terri Koszler

Laurie Willison

Amanda Baldwin

Verity Biddlecombe

Therese Calvird

Linda Westfall

Nathalie DeSousa

Teresa Litchfield

Maryam Perez

Jenny Colacicco

Carol Hintermeier

Ardyth Percy-Robb

Joylita Dsouza

Keren Baker you are HERE..

Michelle Short

Seeka

Tina Smith

Tricia Schaden

Nandini Karmarkar

Helen Kalb 

Yoonsun Hur

May 7, 2021 at 2:00 pm 55 comments

Patchwork Using Harris Tweed

Hello lovely blog friends! Something a little bit different for today- it’s all about Harris Tweed! For some of you, you might be really familiar with it- but might be thinking, Grandad style flat caps, posh blokes in suits or old ladies in tweed style kilts. Well, think again!!

I was kindly sent some Harris Tweed (which has an awesome history and even is protected by an Act of Parliament!) by a store called We Love Harris Tweed and they have the most fabulous colours, and sell multi packs plus single colours. They’ll even have scrap bags from time to time which is where the patchwork will be a real bonus. My favourite pack is this rainbow one

So- what do you do with Harris Tweed? It’s a luxury woven wool fabric- but forget the idea it’s scratchy-it’s actually pretty soft. It does need a little thought and a little care, and I’ve got some tips for creating with it.

It’s not the sort of fabric people automatically think of when considering patchworking but it is beautifully tactile, hard wearing and totally unique! I started off with a bag..so I cut squares of cotton, same sized squares of Harris Tweed, sewed 1/4″ either side of the diagonal centre line (as you would to create HSTs- Half Square Triangles), then cut down the centre line and you have half cotton and half Harris Tweed squares. The secret is keep them well pinned (I used clips) and when pressing, use plenty of water (either from the iron or a water spray) and press well.

I used a Tailor’s Clapper which if you clap it (or press hard) onto the seams straight after pressing, it traps the steam and helps give really crisp seams.

You’ll find that the seams will want to go their own way. With traditional patchwork you would press the seams towards to the darker fabric and not press them open, but depending on how many seams are meeting, you may choose (like I did) to press open at some points and even towards the lighter fabric- because Harris Tweed will tell you which way it wants to be pressed!! Granted, I’m attempting something a little harder, but I wanted to see just how far I could push the fabric.

Because of the pressing restrictions, you’ll find that it’s not always going to look as precise- but I offset that with the quilting. I love a bit of upcycling so added in some old jean fabric and the denim just works so well with Harris Tweed.

I used some of the offcuts to create the handles. I did add denim to the reverse of the handles so it was more stable, but you could easily add some interfacing to give more structure to the handles. With every purchase of Harris Tweed from We Love Harris Tweed you’ll see in the item which elements you’ll get- they provide you with official Harris Tweed logo labels that you can sew into your items which guarantee that it’s genuine Harris Tweed. I added some to the reverse of a little zipper pouch I made.

Harris Tweed doesn’t fray like you might imagine it would, but if you’re going to do circles with raw edges (like in the above project which I didn’t love how I’d finished it- so will do it again), it’s definitely a good idea to use Vlieseline Bondaweb and possibly over sew / zigzag the edges. Isn’t that texture gorgeous?

I had some of the Half Square Triangles left over- so thought I’d make use of them with two more projects.

When you have lots of points meeting like in this pretty pincushion, you’ll see why that my tip no.3- to add in a lighter weight fabric makes sense. Not only does it give design contrast but it helps reduce bulk at the bulky seams. I love this smart pincushion and need to keep collecting those fabulous Cohana Glass Head pins as it’s looking a little sparse!!

We all love a nice coaster- and this is possibly too nice for my cup of tea (because I’m likely to spill it over the coaster)! I did use some leftover binding that I’d made- but it really wasn’t wide enough. As the Harris Tweed has more bulk than your average piece of cotton, definitely a 2 1/4″ – 2 1/2″ binding would have been better! You can see the famous Harris Tweed orb logo there on the tag!

I hope you enjoyed my look at this fabulous fabric from We Love Harris Tweed– they have a new website and are a small family run business, so it’s my pleasure to give them a shout out too!

My next project will be a Fell and Dale flat cap from Waves & Wild- all in different coloured sections of Harris Tweed.

See you soon,

Keren x

May 6, 2021 at 6:29 pm 2 comments

Clearly Besotted May Release Day!

It’s release day! Yay! Hope you’ve got used to the new system now. As usual, you’ll want to check out my other teamies blogs and the Clearly Besotted Blog. Don’t forget about entering into the Facebook giveaway to win the whole release- that will be a fabulous prize for someone!

Today I’m going sewing, which actually is one of my favourite things to do. I love this ‘Crafty Characters’ set so much and knew I wanted to make a craft room scene out of it. Here’s where you need to forgive me…can any of you spot the problem?

The background visible out of the window is in fact from ‘All Four Seasons’ set which many of you probably have, but isn’t available anymore, BUT the good news is that you could replicate the idea easily using any of these sets,

I think the circular ones would make great windows for this scene. All you need to do is add a little pencil line for the frame if you wished (a die cut frame would be perfect for a circle) and then add a little light grey alcohol pen for a shadow to add depth.

You can see that sewing machine- well that colour in a Singer Featherweight is on my wish list- they’re old, small, transportable and cool. They don’t come in that colour- you just need someone who is very good at paint jobs! Come to think of it, it would be nice in red too! The cat is grappling with one of the enormous spools for her overlocker (they’re not really quite that big!) and she’s got some cute button mats to decorate her room. Granted her sewing mannequin looks like it’s floating, but let’s not talk about that error either 😉

I decided to decorate the top of the cabinet as if it had been topped with some spotty fabric; that’s doubling as her ironing board and of course her storage boxes have the same fabric on…we all like pretty coordinated sewing spaces. Creative Cat can only show you the window view of her sewing room as the opposite wall is ceiling high with plastic boxes- all filled with her hoarded Tula Pink fabric collection!

I do hope you’ve enjoyed this look at the May releases. Which sets are you eyeing up and which are your favourites?

There’s still time to hop over to the Clearly Besotted Blog, Michelle for her usual round up video plus blog posts from Lisa and Francine and Adelle.

As usual, the release goes live at 8pm GMT (BST). All sets are available tonight on the Clearly Besotted store and also from Simon Says Stamp , Art Creatiu, Cloud 9 Crafts and Card Nouveau too.

I hope to see you soon,

Keren x

May 5, 2021 at 8:00 am 6 comments

Altenew Exotic Garden Stamps/Dies/Stencils/Embossing Folders Collection Release Blog Hop + Giveaway

Hello lovelies! Happy Tuesday! It’s release time with Altenew, and they are releasing lots of new stamps, dies, stencils and more! I’ve got some lovely projects to show you, but first I’ll say hello to those who have joined me from the lovely Kymona Tracey’s blog. If you are wanting to start at the beginning of the hop, go to the Altenew Card blog first. If you want to jump to the whole collection, go here

This first project uses the new set Enchanting Beauty which has lots of leaves and flowers with gorgeous sentiments too. I decided to ink up the flowers in a pink, but you could also use greens and make a foliage based set. I also used the Rose Petal gradient cardstock set. It also has a matching die set.

I added some Matt Duralar behind the flowers and leaves. This is a plastic film that looks similar to vellum but that you can heat emboss on without warping. It’s great to doodle and use white gel pen on like I did. I’ve used strips of cardstock in different widths to create the background.

The next set I’m using is the Sweet Gingko Layering Stamp set with matching die. It’s a smaller scale and would actually go perfectly with the Enchanting Beauty set.

Again, I used some simple cardstock stripes to add interest to my background; easy when you don’t have matching papers or just want something different on your card. Simple and useful sentiments finish it off well. I’ve used different green inks but you could use pretty colours to act as florals too.

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My next project is using the Succulent Layering Die Set.

These dies are so.much.fun! Easy to put together and I just curled the ends to make them more realistic. You can see I’ve made a mock shadow box, by using the Thin Frame 3D die set. I used the Ornamental Bliss Stamp set for the sentiment. A gift and card in one! All of these stamps and dies have this fabulous Exotic Garden theme. I can imagine a beautiful garden with Gingkos, Succulents and more.

Giveaway Prizes

$300 in total prizes! 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 05/10/2021 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 05/12/2021.

My last project is pretty simple, but just focuses on the beauty of the stamp set. Sometimes we have to avoid gilding the lily 😉

There are 4 layers on this butterfly- all from the Dovetail Butterflies stamp and die set. I’ve stamped the base in a light pink, added the detail in a darker pink and die cut it out. Then I’ve stamped the detailed butterfly layer plus the smaller layer onto acetate using White Stazon ink and die cut those too. Acetate is best cut out with a metal shim beneath. If your die cutting machine won’t cut the shapes from acetate because you don’t have a metal shim, it’s an easy shape to trim out with scissors.

I also trimmed out the middle of the butterfly to act as a final layer and hide any glue that you might have seen through the acetate whilst glueing the layers together. You can see my mistake of taking a photo before the glue was dry from the stars! A few drips of watercolour down the front of the card is all the base I needed to ground my butterfly onto.

For the whole Exotic Garden collection, you can see them here. For the next blog to visit, please go to my lovely friend Virginia Lu.

I hope you’ve loved this first look at the new release. Do keep hopping for more chances to enter in the giveaway.

Keren x

Below is the full list of the blog hop.

(Some of my links are affiliate links which have no cost to you but pay me a little extra).

Altenew Blog

Jennifer McGuire

Jaycee Gaspar 

Amanda Baldwin

Nicole Watt

Vicky Papaioannou

Emily Midgett 

Carol Hintermeier

Norine Borys 

Erin Thompson

Agnieszka Małyszek

Helen Kalb

Amber Rain Davis 

Jenny Colacicco

Svitlana Shayevich

Erum Tasneem 

Kymona Tracey 

Keren Baker

Virginia Lu

LauraJane

Lilith Eeckels 

Linda Westfall

Maryam Perez

Michelle Short

Therese Calvird 

Verity Biddlecombe

Tania Ahmed 

Sandhya Iyer

Reiko Tsuchida

Seeka

Nathalie DeSousa

Teresa Litchfield

Laurie Willison

Ardyth Percy-Robb

Tina Smith

Tricia Schaden 

Joylita Dsouza

Nandini Karmarkar

May 4, 2021 at 2:00 pm 45 comments

Clearly Besotted May Teasers Day 4

Hello again, we’re nearing the end of the teasers, only one more day until the release. It’s always exciting to see what everyone else has created and it amazes me how we can all take similar images and go in such different directions. Today’s set is called ‘Book Smart’ and depending on the books that we choose to read we can certainly educate ourselves.

I used to read a lot. I remember the joy of going to a library and choosing books and then running out of the books to read before it time was go back. I miss reading- sometimes we’re too busy, but I set myself a goal over Christmas and in the first few week between then and past the New Year I read two whole books. Isn’t it wonderful losing yourself in an imaginary world amidst a really entertaining story. This fox is doing just the same and hasn’t even noticed the two bluebirds who are juggling hearts around him.

Aren’t the characters gorgeous. I coloured them in with alcohol inks and then added some detailing with Prismacolors. Easy to do. The bark on the trees was more of a challenge but it’s good to stretch yourself sometimes.

I’m sure the stone next to the fallen log is simply supposed to be a spotty stone, but, I thought it could be a large ladybird too!

I hope you’re ready to go and visit the Clearly Besotted blog, lovely Lisa, marvellous Michelle fantastic Francine and awesome Adelle !

See you tomorrow for RELEASE DAY!!!

Keren x

May 4, 2021 at 8:00 am 7 comments

Clearly Besotted May Teasers Day 3

Hello lovely friends, how are you?

So glad you’re enjoying the new sets. Today I have a really beautiful set, ‘Love Roo’. It’s such a sweet set and I loved creating with it. Here’s the scene I made.

You’ll have to excuse the weird bit in the photograph that looked like someone has munched a little out. The portrait settings sometimes get a bit excited and blur the photograph edges! It’s a mum and baby having a stroll through the setting sun.

I’ve just used some Squeezed Lemonade, Spiced Marmalade and Worn Lipstick, blending them onto a piece of cardstock. I stamped and coloured the mountains and sun, trimmed them out and added to the card. Adding a solid piece of green cardstock provides a good base to add the kangaroos onto with the sentiment.

I really enjoy doing a blended background and it’s an easy way to get a perfectly matching backdrop to add the characters in your scene to.

Hope you enjoyed a first look at this set. I’m going to love using it again.

Now onto the Clearly Besotted Blog, Michelle, Lisa Francine and Adelle

See you tomorrow for a little light reading!

Keren x

May 3, 2021 at 8:00 am 6 comments

Clearly Besotted May Teasers Day 2 !

Welcome back to Day 2! I hope you’re having a good day. Today we’re looking at the new set ‘Supermarket Sweep’. For those old enough and in the UK, you might remember a particularly cheesy TV quiz programme with that name. Well this set will make you smile for sure and had me stamping on a completely new surface to me!

As usual, there are some great punny sentiments and with it being topical and one of the abiding memories of lockdown, I thought I’d make use of one of the images and a matching sentiment. I got down some new toilet paper and cut it down into a strip thin enough to make it seem in proportion to the other toilet roll stamped images. Stamping on it was fine. I just used some Archival Ink and it stamped beautifully…who knew?!!

The little shopper is having a fine time.. but you know that nightmare moment…when you go to the bathroom and come out with it stuck to your foot. He’s trying to shake it off whilst not draw attention to it!!

There are plenty of shoppers stamps to adorn your cards and also the groceries so you can play shop just like you probably did as a kid!

It’s a fun set and perfect for anyone who likes to shop.

It’s time to go and see everyone else; the Clearly Besotted blog, Lisa, Michelle , Adelle and Francine.

Hope to see you tomorrow for a little down-under fun.

Keren x

May 2, 2021 at 8:00 am 8 comments

Altenew Build-A-Flower: Indian Lotus Release Blog Hop + Giveaway

Hello friends! Hope you’re having a lovely day. I’m so pleased to be joining Altenew celebrating their latest Build-A-Flower release today. A beautiful layering stamp set with matching dies. As happens in each blog hop, the hop begins at the Altenew Card Blog. A big welcome if you’ve just arrived from the awesome Virginia Lu’s blog.

Be true to yourself with this beautiful floral Indian Lotus flower stamp set. This floral layering stamp set has a gorgeous 6-layered bloom along with a detailed coordinating lotus leaf. The accompanying leaf may also be used as a lily pad for extra versatility on your crafting projects. The beautiful accompanying sentiments are related to appreciating yourself, having confidence, and being authentic, so you can send motivation to your loved ones. This is what I created with the new set.

I chose another ‘defying gravity’ card. It looks like it might be impossible to stand up, but really, it’s just got a wider base on the reverse of the card. You just snip a small section off the bottom of the card.

You can get hold of the stamp and die set from here. You can also get a bundle with inks with 5% off here. If you don’t want to miss any of the Build-A-Flower sets, you can get a monthly subscription here.

A little closer look at the flower..

Because you have the matching die, it’s easy to cut out extra layers so you can in effect do decoupage with it and gain some real height. You might be able to see some extra petals at the side which are simply another layer, with the petals trimmed off and inserted into the side.

Giveaway Prizes !

There is $200 in total prizes! To celebrate this release, Altenew is giving away a $50 gift certificate to 2 lucky winners and a $20 gift certificate to 5 winners! Please leave a comment on the Altenew Card Blog and/or each designer’s blog post on the blog hop list below by 05/06/2021 for a chance to win. Altenew will draw 7 random winners from the comments left on each stop of this blog hop and announce the winners on the Altenew Winners Page on 05/08/2021.

You can see how the leaves make the perfect resting place for the flowers. It really is a delightful set. I love the sentiments too- I’ve just simply white embossed this one onto matching cardstock. I used some pink, purples and yellows.

The next blog to visit is Laura Jane’s. I’m excited to see what she’s created. The full list of everyone in the blog hop is below so you can refer to it if you get lost.

Thankyou for visiting, and hope to see you again soon.

Keren x

Altenew Card Blog

Norine Borys

Amanda Baldwin

Emily Midgett

Carol Hintermeier

Amber Rain Davis

Erin Thompson

Therese Calvird

Jenny Colacicco

Tenia Nelson

Joylita Dsouza

Virginia Lu

Keren Baker you are HERE!

LauraJane

Linda Westfall

Nathalie DeSousa

Nandini Karmarkar

Sandhya Iyer

Seeka

Teresa Litchfield

Terri Koszler

Verity Biddlecombe

Helen Kalb

May 1, 2021 at 2:00 pm 42 comments

Clearly Besotted May Teasers Day 1

Hello everyone!

How are you doing? I’m so happy to be back with this month’s Clearly Besotted teasers. There’s definitely a real variety of sets and you’re going to love them!

First up is the fun new set ‘Spelling Bee’ which has bees for every occasion!

Isn’t it cute!

Bertha has a Birthday. Her friend bought her a shiny new red bag which is her favourite colour albeit a little hard to hold whilst you’re flying. She also got given an enormous chocolate and peanut butter Birthday cake which she devoured. The only issue now is that she.. ermm… can’t fit through the entrance to the bee hive!

I wanted to make it look like a tree with branches. Part of the set contains the branch which I fancied adding leaves to, so added in the foliage from Clearly Contained Cuts.

You can see the leaves that I’ve coloured in with alcohol markers along with the beehive and branch. I trimmed out the leaves and attached them to the branch. I added them to the card using foam pads for extra dimension. Next I wanted to create more of a scenic look so decided to add some watercolour in blue around the scene but not in a straight line, following the direction of the branch.

It’s a pretty simple process and I added some little black fineliner dots to complete the look along with a sentiment.

As usual we have more inspiration for you, so do head over to the Clearly Besotted blog then onto Michelle, Lisa and we are so happy to have Francine Vuilleme guesting again for us along with the lovely Adelle Emery x

Until tomorrow,

Keren x

May 1, 2021 at 8:00 am 6 comments

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