This is it! I’ve finally made my first cardmaking video! I’ve used the Stampwheel, some stencils, various inks and the Paper Pouncers. This video is made as part of a collaboration between Altenew and Picket Fence Studios (these and all links to follow are affiliate links). It is a video hop with various prizes, so please visit YouTube HERE to take part in the hop and see all the details about the Giveaway!
For this collaboration I have been gifted a Stampwheel to try, and various Picket Fence Studios products as part of my design team spot at PFS. The remaining Altenew products are my own purchases. All products used to showcase the Stampwheel are my own choices.
I’ve had fun coloring up one of the new Picket Fence Studios stamps. The lovely flowers are from the Million Little Things stamp set. I opted for soft shades on the flowers to really show how different it can look when you take away those black lines. It also gives the card such a delicate look. The sentiment is from the same stamp set and I’ve used a few pretties from the Banana Daquiri sequin mix.
There is a great sale going on, ending tonight (Monday 29th). Have you seen it? 20%, gifts with purchase AND the rainbow coloured Paper Pouncers are back in stock. Does it get any better than that? You can read all about it on their homepage.
The moment has arrived!! Alex Syberia Designs Kickstarter Campaign is live!
I have gotten to play with some of the new images and here is the first card I want to show you. I have used my Prismacolor Pencils on kraft paper to colour up the gorgeous flower on the Life is Good set and then used parts of the Hello Lovely sentiment stamp to go with. The whole collection is great really and I can’t wait to show more cards!
Keep scrolling past my card to read all about the campaign and blog hop. Don’t forget to comment on all the blogs!
Today, we are celebrating the launch of Alex Syberia Designs’ very first collection of physical products through their Kickstarter Campaign! With clear stamps, dies and stencils, there’s something for everyone to love!
To have a look at all of the designs in detail (including videos!), the exclusive offers they have for you, and see how you can support them, make sure you check their Kickstarter Campaign Page.
Their Kickstarter Campaign, full of incredible discounts for you, will run from the 15th September to the 16th October 2022.
This great milestone called for some big celebrations! Throughout the duration of the Kickstarter Campaign, Alex Syberia Designs will be hosting 4 hops: 15 September 2022 – Hop 1: Blog hop 23 September 2022 – Hop 2: Instagram hop 5 October 2022 – Hop 3: Blog hop 13 October 2022 – Hop 4: Instagram hop GIVEAWAY PRIZES | OVER £1000/$1200 IN TOTAL
Alex Syberia Designs is giving away some fantastic prizes; their full September Release and two of their gorgeous Floral Bundle or Critter Bundle to choose from. There are also amazing companies and crafty friends who are celebrating with us. Here’s the complete list of awesome prizes:
That’s a total of 15 prizes for 15 lucky winners! To be in with a chance to win one of these amazing prizes all you have to do is play along with each of the four hops! Alex Syberia Designs will draw winners from those entrants that have played along the hops by 16th October 2022.
Our first hop is a blog hop and it couldn’t be easier to enter. All you have to do is leave a comment on this blog post as well as those of the other amazing designers in this hop. You can see the full list, with links to each blog, below. Winners will be announced on the Alex Syberia Designs blog on the 23rd October 2022.
I’ve finally finished the card I made with the Pinkfresh Studio flowers I coloured up with my Prismacolor pencils for my video back in August: see it here. I’ve drawn a border around the coloured panel and stamped a birthday greeting from Papertrey Ink. A few sequins and then some die cut butterflies from La-La Land Crafts made up the rest of the card.
I’ve coloured up one of Emily Midgett’s colouring panels. A dash of yellow for the flowers and a bright yellow background. The only decorations are a few transparent sequins and a die cut sentiment. The sentiment is actually the hello die by Altenew (aff.link) which I cut into a Norwegian equivalent. I admit it worked a lot better than I had thought and it doesn’t look like it’s been cut, I think. Love it when you can use a die like that!