Video : Celebrating Altenew’s 1st Video Challenge!

Gotta say that I fought with this card to the end, but had so much fun that I can’t complain.  These Painted Butterflies are one of my most fave sets from Altenew that I couldn’t resist using them for their First Video Challenge….  Also I’m using those frosted sheets yet again….

You can see my video here or Watch it at Youtube.

Altenew Celebrate - Detail
Altenew Celebrate – Detail
Altenew Celebrate
Altenew Celebrate

I’ll be back tomorrow with another video!  I’m in the middle of 4 days off and have more friends visiting so please excuse my lack of blog visits, Hugs,

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Other Supplies:  Dew Drops – Winter Retreat.

25 thoughts on “Video : Celebrating Altenew’s 1st Video Challenge!

  1. I love how you placed your butterflies and the color combo is beautiful, Therese! Good luck with the video challenge…I think you have a great chance of winning that $100. GC!!! Fingers and toes crossed for you 🙂

  2. The more I see u playing with that frosted panel, the more I want it 🙂 beautiful card and gorgeous colors, I agree with Barb! Cheering for you to win that challenge 😀

  3. A joy to watch you think out loud and create. Love your card. I am lucky that I have that stamp set and use it often. Your card made me realize I need to “off set” more often. Thank you.

  4. A beautiful card. I’m liking these frosted sheets too – might have to get some! Are they very different to vellum?
    All the best with the Altnew challenge – your videos are always inspirational and educational 🙂

    1. Hi Vicki, the frosted sheets are very different to vellum, they are slightly textured heavy plastic. They are too thick to die cut with the thin wafer dies but if you have any of the steel rule dies apparently they work well with those. Have a great weekend! x

  5. Fantastic Therese! Your cards are always amazing. Love the techniques used on this one. Using the dew drops as extra ‘mounting tape’. Debated about getting that butterfly set…love the frosted sheets…Good luck in the challenge.

  6. Thank you for showing me what to do with these frosted sheets. I bought some accidentally thinking it was clear acetate. When I saw them, I was like, “Wah???” 🙂 Love this card.

    1. Me too, initially I tried to die cut them but they are too thick for the thin wafer dies that I have, but apparently work well with the steel rule dies. I’ve also used them in shaker windows and they look really cool! Hope you are having a lovely weekend,t he sun is shining here and we have visitors and are off fishing this morning then out to lunch… could be worse lol.

  7. That looks cool – I haven’t seen the frosted sheets or anyone using them but the top layer looks great stamped onto them Therese.

  8. I absolutely love love this card, I share the fond for those butterflies although I don’t use them enough but your use of that froster sheet stole my heart! Splendid card, Therese!

  9. Well, you totally have to be a shoe-in for the Altenew video challenge with your card making and video editing skills! Such a beautiful card and brilliant way to lift up the frosted sheet, I always have trouble doing that with vellum. Thank you for the tip!!

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