Tuesday, September 13, 2016

The Altenew Challenge Blog Hop with CASology

Hello, friends!  I'm here today to share the card I made for the Altenew Challenge Blog Hop!  My card is featured at the CASology blog since I am one of the Design Team members and CASology is one of the challenges being highlighted.  The blog hop will be hopping from one challenge site to another, so be sure to check them out! This graphic summarizes all the participating challenge blogs:

For my card, I used Altenew's "Peony Bouquet" stamp set, and it was my first experience with a layering stamp set.  Can I just say...it is MAGICAL!  I am in love.

Stamps:  Altenew ("Peony Bouquet"), Avery Elle ("Oh Happy Day")
Inks: Hero Arts (Soft Rose shadow ink,  Bubblegum mid-tone dye ink), Tim Holtz distress sink (Victorian Velvet)

I'm entering my card in the current Less Is More Challenge #293 - One Layer where the theme is "Your Favorite Flower."  I do love peonies!  (And, as luck would have it, Less Is More is yet another challenge taking part in this blog hop!)

Be sure to check out all of the participating challenge blogs at Altenew...we are in for a treat!

Thanks for visiting!


  1. This looks absolutely fab, Judy! I've often been tempted by that stamp set... you may be enabling me here! Love the colours you chose and the pretty layout. Thanks so much for sharing with us at Less is More :)

  2. That single pink bloom speak volumes Judy! What a PRETTY card!!

  3. Your card is beautiful. Love the stamp. Always enjoy and appreciate your ideas.

  4. This is a terrific card Judy. The simplicity of your layout with that super-crisp stamping is awesome. That is one beautiful flower which I think I one 'need'! Thank you so much for sharing this with us at Less is More.
    Sharon xx

  5. Aren't those layering stamps fun? They make me feel like an amazing artist! Ha ha! Love the gorgeous pinks you chose.

  6. Your stamping is perfect, Judy, and I love the bold peony bloom as the centrepiece for this elegant, CAS card! Thank you for sharing it with us at Less is More :)


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