Video : Altenew Focus Post – Moments in Time!

Today I am at the Altenew blog sharing these three cards from the Moments in Time stamp set.  And for fun I decided to film as I created the first card.

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




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You can find all the Altenew products that I used linked below or you can to their online store HERE.  And to find out more deets about these cards and  more inspiration from the new release head here to the Altenew blog.  Thanks so much for your visit today!

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Dare to Dream – Other Supplies:  Zig Pens – Mid Green / Olive Green / Green Gray / Gray Brown.

Thanks – Other Supplies:  Prismacolor Pencils – White /  Black  / Pink / Process Red / Pale Sage / Apple Green.  White  hemp cord.

Thank You – Other Supplies:  Zig pens – Pale Green / Olive Green / Dark Brown / Lilac / Light Violet.  Woodgrain sequins.

18 thoughts on “Video : Altenew Focus Post – Moments in Time!

  1. Three beautiful cards, Therese! Altenew is so lucky to have you on their team to showcase their lovely products…you really know how to bring these images to life! Actually, we’re really lucky to have you, too 🙂

  2. Three very different and lovely looking cards and all from the same stamp set….now that’s what I call versatile! Thanks for sharing. Have a lovely weekend. Cheers Donna Z 🙂

  3. As I always find here Therese three stunning cards, love the tree with that stamped sentiment on the dark grey card and the second card, love love the ‘thanks’ diecut negative with the beautiful flowers scattered around. Beautiful

  4. Three different cards that definitely show the versatility of this set. The tree card is stunning, they all are stunning.

  5. A trio of loveliness, Therese … clean and fresh and gorgeous! I especially love the first … it’s so stylish and elegant … and the colour palette is fabulous! ATG gun … yep, same issue with mine … seems to help if the angle of gun to paper is small (the flatter the better) … the sharper the angle, the more capricious it is! Hugs, Anita 🙂

  6. Stunning! Love what you did with these stamps! I still have to see the video but in the comments I see you struggled with you ATG gun, hmm mine is also un enfant terrible!

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