Video : Create a Graphic Style Card with Altenew Ladies’ Day Out!

Altenew - Ladies Day Out - Halftone Cover Die - Lostinpaper (card video) 1 copy

Today I have a graphic style CAS card to share for Altenew.  I decided it was time to play with the Ladies’ Day Out stamp set and some of their great cardstocks.

Altenew - Ladies Day Out - Halftone Cover Die - Lostinpaper (card video) 1 copy

The cover panel is the Halftone Cover Die and I am in love!  I also used the new Pure White embossing powder from Altenew for both the image and the sentiment.

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

You can find the products linked below or head on over to Altenew HERE to go shopping (wink).  Hope you have the most fabulous of days!

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14 thoughts on “Video : Create a Graphic Style Card with Altenew Ladies’ Day Out!

  1. Did you know I’m a huge fan of orange? Orange you glad? =]
    LOve this truly graphic, very cool card, Therese! hope you don’t mind… I’m imagining this is the two of us… every fan of yours is going to be wishing the same … xx
    =]

  2. You are so clever, Therese! I love this color combo and how you kept some of the dots inside the die…I would never have thought of that 🙂
    Another fabulous design and wonderful video…Thank you!
    PS: Michele is right…every one of us would love to have a cup of tea with you!!!

  3. Love the colour combo and the leaving some dots in the die. For me that would be totally by accident because they didn’t come out or I was too lazy to be bothered poking them out!
    Common thread here with those wanting to have a cuppa! 🙂 Must admit I have friends who every few weeks we need our time out! + my weekly dog walking/therapy sessions + my knitting group is often ladies coming just for a chat & a cuppa not much knitting done some weeks 🙂

  4. Love the colour combination Therese and the odd shape of the grey card stock. I like things that way. Adds interest. Hope we can have a coffee next time I see you.

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