Thursday, October 22, 2020

Altenew Educator Program Level 3- Part 1


I'm happy to finally get back to finishing the Altenew Educator Program.  The next 5 posts will be the last classes that I will take to finish up the program, before the final exam.

For the first card, I made this card inspired by One Layer Wonders classes. Loved Kelly Latevola -Taylor and her classes. The specific class was fifth one, titled "Quick backgrounds with multiple stamps".

I started the card by stamping the flowers and leaves from the Smile More stamp set in Gina K amalgam ink on some Neenah white 80 lb. cardstock. 

I was going to color the images in copic markers. But I decided to do some masking and create a flower grouping in the bottom corner of a card.

Next, I used some Prismacolor colored pencils to color in the images.

Used a black, white, and yellow gel pens to add some dots here and there.

I used the Spellbinders Yana's Sentiments hot foil dies to add a sentiment with some black foil. 

I felt like it was missing something, so I used Altenew inks in Wisteria and Hydrangea to ink blend the upper right corner with the inks. And I little bit on the lower left corner.

With the opportunity of taking these classes, there have been some that I have really enjoyed, and this is in the top of that list! 

Thank you so much for visiting.

If you would like to visit Altenew and find out more about the program, I have provided the link below.


1 comment:

  1. This is beautifully done! I have a tip for you, to make the grouping look more seamless, try to have the flowers a little more closer to together (less spacing) or add more flowers (behind the main flowers) as fillers to make it appear more full. I know that with practice you will get a handle on this :) Congrats on continuing with Level 3. Lets finish this shall we?!
    Thank you for submitting your wonderful work to the AECP assignment gallery.


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