Hiya, today I have a focus post for Altenew and that means you get to see three cards all created using the same stamp set. It’s another fab layering flower set which we know Altenew does so well, this one is called Painted Rose.
When I saw this set I just knew that I had to do at least one ‘red rose’ card, and the crisp inks didn’t let me down. Don’t you just love the subtle recycled look of the Spicy Yogurt cardstock, I already know that I am going to have to ‘stock up’ on this one.
And for an easy to mass produce (especially if you have one of them MISTIs) here’s a quick and easy ‘Save the Date’ card, which could be stamped in any colour or in gold… silver…. well, you know where I’m going with this.
And did I say just one ‘red’ rose card, well, I did make it two. This version is a little different to the first with a watercoloury painted rose look.
So why not head over to the Altenew blog for some more deets on these cards as well as lots more inspiration from the rest of the team with this fabulous new release. Hugs,
So Beautiful – Other Supplies: Altenew Stamps – Painted Rose.
22 thoughts on “Altenew Focus Post – Painted Rose three times over!”
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Therese’s cards will blow you away! These are the most gorgeous I’ve seen yet!
Beautiful cards Therese, and I am very keen to try out the spicy yoghurt card!
Love how you’ve used these big blooms!
Your cards are beautiful, I love seeing new ways to use a single stamp set!
Wow! Again more beautiful cards! Love the colors! TFS!!!
Love the cards, especially the layering rose stamp in black, it is so elegant.
I really enjoyed your post. I love the cards. I especially like the gold paper that you layered with. Takes the card up a notch.
Thanks for sharing
Three very different, and amazing designs from that one set Therese! That first one is so vibrant and I love the simplicity of the second with just the one rose in monochrome! The third is just a work of art that should be in a frame! Thanks for the inspiration as always. Have a lovely weekend! Hazel xx
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These are gorgeous Therese – fabulous use of this set and you’ve shown how versatile it can be with a variety of fab looks.
WOW WOW WOW these are all so gorgeous Therese!
Lovely. Your red rose card is so elegant.
Very beautiful! I love all three ways you used this stamp set!
Three absolutely stunning cards 🙂
A trio of loveliness, Therese … a fabulous range of styles … each so stylish and gorgeous! Hugs, Anita 🙂
Absolutely gorgeous cards, Therese! I can’t even pick a fave…they’re all so pretty!
What a showcase for this set… my fave is the monochrome card… so simple and stylish x
Oh this is gorgeous Therese. I see you used the Misti. I was wondering as a fellow Fiskars stamping tool user is you think it is a must have?
Hi Lisa, I didn’t think I ‘needed’ the MISTI because I don’t make multiples of anything (if I can help it). It was very generously gifted to me and is honestly one of the best tools in stamping, just one example is if I have spent an hour colouring something…. I will definitely use it, because if I ‘mis-stamp’ I can always stamp it again, but I use it for so much more than that. I would highly recommend it, it is an investment and in Australia it is very expensive so I feel very lucky to have received one. I would buy the original size as it’s not too big and can be used for quite a few different techniques that need a little more space. Both my stamp presses are rarely used now. I seriously considered buying the Mini MISTI as well, that’s how much I like it… but to be honest I don’t need two (but that may change lol.) Hugs, Therese x
Thank you for your reply Therese! I really appreciate and value your opinion.
Therese what an amazing collection of cards, the most eye catching is the black and white, how fantastic it is.
Gorgeous gorgeous gorgeous! Love the cut out sentiment panel on the first card.
Wowzers, that little cutout does so much to that card and the other with their beautiful blooms are beautiful too.