Altenew September 2022 Marvelous Monthly Series Release Blog Hop + Giveaway ($300 in Total Prizes!)

 Hello dear Friends,

Thanks for stopping by my blog for another September 2022 Marvelous Monthly Series this month by the Altenew team:

September 2022 Marvelous Monthly Series release description:

Peonies, tulips, gingerbread cookies, and more! This collection of products is just the thing to help you beat the seasonal blues. You are sure to find inspiration with these lovelies as you get creative in your craft space.

I always love this series- September 2022 Marvelous Monthly Series Release (BAG, CAF, PK, MD, and PAF) by Altenew and look forward to it every month for it. That's because this release always have something for someone and the product bundles are amazing to work with. I am sure you agree with me.

So, below are my creations and their relative descriptions:

1) BAG Pristine peonies set:

I have created 2 cards using this set. The first one below gives a kind of modern, geometric feel and is kind of a new style experiment I wanted to give a try. The sentiment has a shadow die, which I colored in the main color of the card and rest of the card is very simple. Added some enamel dots to finish the project.

Here, the creation has more of a vintage style monochromatic feel to it. I have used another beautiful flower bunch in the same stamp set and used the coordinating stencils to color up the image. The stamped image is heat embossed in antique gold and lastly, I have added gold sequins and splatters to make it look more soft and stylish.

The product suite used here on both if these cards, is this one-

2) Craft Your Life project Kit:

I wanted to create a soft, masculine kind of project. Thus, I chose gray and blue shades to create this piece. I know masculine doesn't mean just the boring colors or blues and grays, but I was gravitating more towards these colors that time.

I have colored the flower with coordinating stencils and kept everything pretty simple. The sentiment "Thinking of you" matches the theme.

This one is created to give the feel of a framed creation and it is exactly that! There is no sentiment added to it because I just wanted to adore the beauty of the embossing folder. Highlighted it with some gold wax and called it done.

Finally, I gave in and decided to create one more creation using this kit and wanted it to be bright and bold as my signature style or as you know, based on my color choices usually. Here I have just used the leaves and veins of the stamp set, gold heat embossed them, colored them in reds and oranges using stencils. Die cut them multiple times from white cardstock to give them added dimension. Adhered them on a dark brown cardstock. On top of it, added the frame border in gold mirror cardstock and "For you" sentiment from a past Altenew release.

The Product suite used is as below-

That's all from me today. Please follow along the blog hop list and make your chance count for the lovely prizes.

You might have arrived here from Terri's blog. Your next hop stop is:
Nathalie DeSousa.

The full blog hop order is as follows:

Altenew Card Blog

Maryam Perez

Linda Westfall

Tenia Nelson

Laurie Willison

Berina Rajakumar

Michelle Short

Emily Midgett

Kelly Taylor

Agnieszka Malyszek

Amy Hill

Nicole Watt

Jaycee Gaspar

Hannelie Bester

Therese Calvird

Adriana Arminio

Virginia Lu

Kinjal Trivedi

Lilith Eeckels



Terri Koszler

Disha Jain

Nathalie DeSousa

Mindy Eggen

Jennifer Colacicco

Michelle Burnier

Reiko Tsuchida ***Note: Due to strict regulations in Japan, you might not be able to leave a comment on her blog post.

Bridget Casey

Svitlana Shayevich

Thanks so much.


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  1. WOW! What a fabulous array of amazing cards, Disha! Loved admiring them. Thank you for your wonderful inspiration.

  2. Clever designs! TFS your inspiration.

  3. That embossed card is so beautiful. Thanks for giving me such inspiration

  4. Beautiful cards. Love the embossing and coloring.

  5. Love how vibrant the last card is!

  6. All the cards are beautiful! The first card is my favorite. I just love the pops of color!