Mixed Media Ink 5 Ways | New Altenew Release
Learn how to use mixed media ink 5 ways. Welcome to the Altenew Modern & Edgy New Release Blog Hop & Giveaway!
Many thanks to my fellow Educator, Erin Thompson, for relaying you to my blog. To start at the beginning of the blog, visit the Altenew Card Blog.
Use Mixed Media Ink 5 Ways
Not sure what to do with Altenew Mixed Media Ink? See how I use Glacier Caves & Summer Afternoon Mixed Media Inks five different ways to create two unique cards.
Altenew Modern & Edgy Full Release
Click the image and take a closer look at the full Modern & Edgy release. What caught your eye and made it to your wishlist?
Woven Stripes & Modern Hello
I love the graphic look of Woven Stripes Background Stamps. It’s fabulous in black and white and equally appealing in soft distressed tones. To create this soft distressed look remove some ink from the stamp before stamping and overlay the background panel with a deli paper gel print.
In a previous video, I used deli paper to clean off my 5 x 7 gel plate. These are not waste sheets! While they may not look like much on their own, they’re magical when layered and collaged. Here you can see the Woven Stripes background peeking through the gel-printed deli paper.
Check out this clever Hello Friend sentiment from the new Modern Hello Stamp Set. The words were surprisingly easy to layer with the new Glacier Caves Mixed Media and Obsidian Pigment Inks.
Rosy 3D Embossing Folder
Embossing folders can be used in so many ways, white on white, loads of color, as a focal point, background, etc. What’s your favorite way to use 3D Embossing Folders? Here I chose to color the background with ink to folder techniques. And as for the blooms, a bit of finger painting and swinging did the trick.
$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 08/10/2021 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 08/12/2021.
Want to know how I made the gel print deli paper for the Hello Friend card above? Visit this post and watch this video and make your own handmade gel print journal with me.
The next stop on the hop is my good friend Verity Biddlecombe! Her projects are sure to delight you. Find the full list of artists on the Altenew Card Blog.
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Two great videos in one post. Wow. Like the way you used papers you created with your gel press to create the butterfly card. Also like the way you used inks to make your beautiful rose card. Thanks so much for the tips and inspiration!
Beautiful cards and I enjoyed you video process.
Thanks for sharing such AMAZING inspirations for us using these FAB new products from Altenew. I just can’t believe how amazing it all is….LOVE LOVE LOVE.
these cards are gorgeous – LOVE the butterfly card
I love all things gel printed and your card is no exception! Makes me realize it has been too long since my last gel printing session……
Beautiful cards! Thanks for the ideas!
Love that embossed rose!
Absolutely stunning! I am always inspired by your projects!
I really like the Meadow Builder and the 3D embossing folders.
These are some great designs using the new release. I’m a sucker for that big, gorgeous rose.
Nice project shares. I like the bold color for the embossed image.
Hi Amber, I really loved your cards, Also Thanks for sharing all your techniques! The Butterfly card was truly Edgy & Modern Really loved the video too! Thanks for sharing and inspiring us all !
Wow! I love your cards! The butterfly card is beautiful!
Thank you for once again using Altenew products in a new and different way. I love watching your videos and trying out all your ideas.
Gorgeous cards!love the colors…
Thanks for sharing.
Love both cards! Wish I could see that butterfly IRL. I always enjoy your videos – you’re so good at sharing your knowledge and ideas
Beautiful cards. The last one is my favorite!
Hi Amber, I love both cards so don’t ask me to choose a favourite. I always enjoy watching your videos. You explain so clearly and I learn a lot from watching. Thanks for sharing.
Beautiful! Love the butterfly card!
Beautiful cards! I really love your butterfly card design!
Beautiful cards – really love the yellow rose!
Fun cards. I really like the embossed rose and the bright yellow. Stunning!
Fascinating cards! Thanks for sharing.
That deli paper makes for a magical distressed background.
Love the looks you created
Love those cards. Thanks for sharing your techniques using the Mixed Media Inks — I’m anxious to try them.
Loved the gorgeous, textured mixed media ‘Hello’ butterfly card, Amber; thanks for posting!! 🥰👍🏾
Stunning card designs
Lovely cards and great techniques.
Love the card with the embossed rose. Yellow roses are my favorite!
Lovely cards with a vintage look to them 💜
Wonderful cards as always Amber! I love the look of the double sentiment and the modern look of your first card! Thanks so much for the great inspiration! Stay safe! 🙂
Great cards! Love your ideas!!!
Love the grungy card. Thanks for sharing
Gorgeous and I look forward to watching your process video!
Beautiful butterfly! I LOVE the yellow flower!
I am in love with the new Media Ink colors. Can’t wait to give this technique a try with them. Beautiful cards, as usual!
Pretty cards and a great video!
Love all of it!
Great cards and video. Thank you for sharing your talent.
That Rosy 3D embossing folder card is great, love all your work!
Beautiful cards & a great video!
These are really Beautiful!!! Love your Gelli print ideas!!
Loved your video. Great cards with so many neat ideas to try.
Interesting use of the products. The rose embossing folder was lovely and didn’t know you could use your finger on projects. They are inexpensive tools, aren’t they? Thanks for all you show us. It’s always a pleasure to watch you and your creativity.
Great inspiration. Loved that you used your finger to ink blend on the rose and your explanation as to why 🙂
Wow! I love your grungy look with the beautiful butterfly card! Both are wonderful. It’s amazing how different each person translates the supplies and makes them their own. Hugs!
Love your cards & thanks for sharing the gel print video.
Pretty colors. Thanks for your inspiration.
Love your cards and the process, Amber. I especially love the distressed butterfly!