Video : Altenew Focus Post – Be Strong!

Today at the Altenew Blog I have a focus post featuring the new Be Strong stamp set.  That means you get to see three different cards made using this set and for fun I put together a video showing how I created the ‘Be You’ design.







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

You can find all the products I used linked below or you can head to Altenew and find them there.  I hope you enjoyed the focus on this fabulous stamp set, there are really so many possibilities, it a seriously fun set!  Have a great day!

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Party – Other Supplies:  Altenew Artist Markers – R302 / R304 / B201 / B313 / G702 / G715.  Copics – Y13,21 / T2 / R14 / BG10.

Yea! – Other Supplies:  Altenew Artist Markers – R304 / R318 / G702 / G715 / B201 / B204 / B227 / B313. Copics – Y11,17,21,32 / 0 / C1 / YR00,24 / E99 / RV10 / BV00.  Prismacolor Pencils – Warm Grey 10% /  French Grey 90%.

Be You – Other Supplies:  Altenew Mini Ink Cubes – Bamboo / Parrot / Olive / Sunkissed / Orange Cream.

20 thoughts on “Video : Altenew Focus Post – Be Strong!

  1. Awesome cards! That little cactus set is really growing on me and I love how you added the bits of colour on your third card. And thanks for the video!

  2. I really do like those cacti, I have gotten a little bit into having some as houseplants recently. The way you added the “splashes of color” to the last card is really different and fun. TFS!

  3. I just love what you’ve created with these new Altenew stamp sets! Wonderful pinwheel party, and those cacti are fantastic! I love how you’ve used the splotches – so artistic!

  4. I’m so gonna try this technique…beautiful cards Therese…the ‘party’ one is very attractive…loved the video…Cheers,Pri

  5. I find it amusing how the sand dunes color ink always looks like it’s jumping off the paper – even in photographs!

  6. Three very fun cards Therese. Those Cacti have a lot of personality. Loving the stamp letters though. I’m going to put that on my to-do list. It’s a fun way to use letters.

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