Do you love stencils and embossing folders? Altenew has a new release just for you.
First on my list of cards are two using the Berried CotonEaster 3D Embossing Folder.
Another 3D embossing folder in this release is Checkered Squares.
Next are two cards that were made with the Daisies Stencil and Embossing Folder Bundle.Sweet Sentiments Die Set.
$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 09/28/2022 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 09/29/2022.
Bobby Hagen - You are here.
Reiko Tsuchida ***Note: Due to strict regulations in Japan, you might not be able to leave a comment on her blog post.
Bobby your cards are all really beautiful. I've had a very long love affair with embossing folders and love all the techniques using them. Today you had me a Misty Moor and those darling Checkered Squares!ReplyDelete
OMG Bobby! These cards are beautiful. Each one is fabulous. I’m definitely eyeing a few things from this release. Thanks for the inspiration.ReplyDelete
Love that bricked embossed background with Beautiful Day.ReplyDelete
lovely cards - really like the berry cardsReplyDelete
Love your cards! The more I see of these embossing folders; the more I want them.ReplyDelete
Love the embossing! Stunning cards!ReplyDelete
Love every one of your cards, Bobby! The ones using the checkered squares and the daisies are my favorites.ReplyDelete
SO many pretty cards, Bobby! I'm swooning over the one with the painted red berries!ReplyDelete
What wonderful embossing folders and you've done them up beautifully, Bobby! I especially love the berries and the daisies!ReplyDelete
Love the embossing 💡 💡ReplyDelete
All gorgeous cards. Love the soft colors.ReplyDelete
Wow, they all look great but I have to say my favorite is the first multi-colored daisy card - so soft and pretty!!ReplyDelete
I like the way you've used the embossing folders. It's nice to get new ideas!ReplyDelete
These are so pretty, Bobby. You have really used those embossing folders to their full advantage. I need to try the letter press technique, it's such a cool look. Just beautiful!!!ReplyDelete
So pretty! I especially love the festive berries!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous cards! Love the embossing and colors you used.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing.
You really know how to work those embossing folders!! Beautiful cards!ReplyDelete
Your cards are very unique!ReplyDelete
Bobby each and every one of your cards are so beautiful. Congratulations on being in the hop this month!ReplyDelete
Sorry Bobby, I commented as Anonymous. Google is giving my freight again lol,Delete
Gorgeous cards and the inked embossing technique is always a good one to use.ReplyDelete
Bobby, Every one of your cards are beautiful but can I say those daisy cards are absolutely stunning.ReplyDelete
Hi, Bobby, your cards are just lovely!! My favorite flower is the daisy also (my husband named his yellow vette Daisey! lol_) I loved the gray you used on it too, it looks like granite.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing your lovely cards!ReplyDelete
Beautiful cards! I love your idea of embossing on the watercolor paper and then coloring with watercolors. I have that pan set too and I might need to try this technique.ReplyDelete
Beautiful collection of floral cards, Bobby, each with its own piece of beauty. A great array of cards for your stash -- the daisies stole my heart!ReplyDelete
All your cards are beautiful. I especially love the black and white.ReplyDelete
Nice work with this release.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous cards!!! I need all the folders!!!ReplyDelete
incredible inspiration. Just amazing use of the folders.ReplyDelete
Truly wonderful and amazing cards, Bobby. Thank you for your fabulous inspiration. Love the new release.ReplyDelete
Your contoneaster card is so pretty! Wonderful EF and painting!ReplyDelete