Dec 14, 2022

Layered Card with Altenew Adhesives

 Hello friends. Hey, crafty friends! I’m joining a fun Instagram Hop with Altenew today to highlight adhesives! This post has the deets for the card! Feel free to start the hop over at @altenewllc!

I love bright colors! Check out this bright orange against the navy background with the Radial Circles Die!

The bloom is the recently released Craft A Flower Sulfur Cosmos! I simply die cut the layers, left them in the background template and ink blended with Marigold, Snapdragon, Autumn Blaze for the blooms. Green Fields and Sweet Leaf are perfect for the leaves!

Look at all that orangy goodness!

I cut a piece of Altenew Adhesive Sheets to 4.25 by 5.5 inches and attached to the back of a piece of Navy cardstock the same size. I die cut the Radial Circles Die from this piece and attached to an A2 card base.

Next step is attaching the blooms. I used my tape runner to attach the left bloom. I glued the leaves to the other bloom and popped it up with Instant Dimensional Foam Tape. Even the leaves on the left bloom are popped up! A white cardstock circle with the Foam Tape underneath provides the perfect landing for the sentiment from the Colorful Soul Stamp and Die Bundle.

Check out all the dimension and texture on this colorful card!

To celebrate, Altenew is giving away an Instant Dimension Foam Tape to 1 lucky winner and a $15 Gift Card to 5 winners! For a chance to win, please follow @altenewllc and @terismailbox and leave a comment by 12/20/2022. Altenew will announce the winners on @altenewllc’s post on 12/21/2022. What are you waiting for? Gorgeous project inspiration and fun prizes await you!

Head over to your NEXT STOP: Reiko Tsuchida (@scrapbooking101_jp)

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