Hello, and welcome to Altenew StoryBook Fantasy Blog Hop!! Today we are showcasing brand new stamps, dies, stencils, and embossing folders. If you arrived here from the talented blog, Seeka, then you are on the right track. If this is your first stop, then you will want to start at the beginning, the Altenew Card Blog.
Let’s take a look at my small pouch:
Stamping on fabric is fun, and I love to do it. You can create your own fabric pattern that no one else will have.
This is the perfect pouch for pretty pens and fabulous pencils. I love taking notes in the books that I read. Do you?
The stamp set that I used is called Tall Tale and it’s perfect for all book lovers like myself. This stamp set is one of the many great sets from today’s release.
What is a blog hop without an amazing gift? Yayyy!!!
$300 in total prizes! To celebrate this release, Altenew is giving away a $50 gift certificate to 2 lucky winners and a $20 gift certificate to 10 winners! Please leave a comment on the Altenew Card Blog and/or each designer’s blog post on the blog hop list below by 03/15/2021 for a chance to win. Altenew will draw 12 random winners from the comments left on each stop of this blog hop and announce the winners on the Altenew Winners Page on 03/17/2021.
Next Stop on this Blog Hop is:
You do not want to miss out on her amazing creations!!
Just in case you lose your place along the way, here is the complete list of participants so that you can find your way back:
Altenew Card Blog
Amber Rain Davis
So what do you think? Would you create your own stamp fabric then turn it into something beautiful? I would love to see it.
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Hello everyone!! I’m here today participating in the Aurifil Artisan October Challenge – Bag Making! Yayy!!
I’m pretty excited about this challenge because I started my sewing journey with a tote bag. My daughter taught me how to sew a tote bag. I was so excited to see the finished bag. I held it up next to my daughter’s bag and laughed so hard. My handles were all wrong. My daughter said, “Mom, don’t worry, it can go on your bike handles.” I laughed even harder because I didn’t own a bike.
Since that day, I’ve been making bags and loving it.
Take a look at my mini bag:
This mini bag perfect for my daughter. Her keys, money, and ID can fit in this mini bag when we are going out. Now she can put her belonging in my bag and find them when she needs them, LOL!
I used 5 different fabric patterns. Matching up the different fabrics was fun, and I need to do it more often.
The lining is just a cute as the outside of the bag.
I learned how to do Sashiko stitching some time ago. I love adding it to different projects. It was a must for this one. It adds texture and dimension.
Aurifil thread is perfect for a bag like this. The different thread weights create the texture.
The beaded zipper pull is a fun element that matches the fabric perfectly.
Take a Closer Look:
Making this bag was fun and took no time at all. I want to make a bigger version and possibly add a wristlet. Now that would be cute.
Pattern found in the Making No. 6 Magazine.
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