Saturday, April 10, 2021

Altenew 7th Anniversary Blog Hop Day 3 + Giveaway (over $1,400 in Total Prizes)


Happy Birthday Altenew! What a huge deal it is to celebrate your seventh year with you, and all the other wonderful designers! You've come a long way to dominate the card-making space with your layered dies/stamps, and classic florals. I can't wait to share some projects in your honor today!

You may have come from the blog of Kymona Tracey, but if not, feel free to start at the beginning with the Altenew Blog.

Jumbo Picks Layering Die

Both projects I'm sharing were made using one set of these giant Jumbo Picks layering dies. Not sure if you noticed, but the large gray sections are where the metal comes in one piece, which is the beauty of this set. All the thinking is done for you! Each die is meant for a different color of cardstock. Just cut your colored cardstock into rectanges, and send them thru the machine!

This time, however, I used felt! Want to see?

I was so impressed at how smoothly these dies cut the felt, even with the long thin sections on some of the light pink layers, and the lime green stems.



I know dimension is the hot thing now with layered dies, and the thick felt is a super easy way to achieve that. Look at all those lovely layers! You really want to reach right in and feel all those hills and valleys in the roses.



I debated on the background for awhile and finally settled on another piece of felt. The whole card is fuzzy! For extra security I stitched around the margins of the felt base, including the die cut "hello" sentiment.


 
The nice thing about a felt card base is that the felt dies stick nicely to it on their own. I put a little tape adhesive to make sure they stay put, but before that it's easy to move things around to find an arrangement you like.


Although I put all the die cuts all one card, you could spread them out on a couple cards, or use them for something entirely different, like a felt wreath. 

In fact, I had one felt flower remaining that begged to be used for something other than "leftover bin decoration." I looked across the room, saw the beautiful frame my good friend had given me for my birthday, and thought it would be just perfect ...


How lovely a single flower, and a leaf cluster, look in a frame! The letters are from the Tall Alpha Lowercase Die Set.


I cut a piece of canvas material to size, put that in the frame, and then arranged the elements just like I would on a card base. The paper alphas are glued directly to the fabric, and the felt flower and leaves are adhered via tape adhesive.


I can't get enough of how pretty these look in felt. Totally deserving of this awesome frame : )


Making cards is a joy, but sometimes is fun to try something else too. I think putting anything in a frame instantly makes it more permanent and likely to be on display a little longer.

 

The Garden Picks Layering Die Set is more pricey than the other layering dies due to it's enormous size, but I truly think you get your money's worth when you end up with so many flowers and leaves from one pass of the dies. This slimline card and framed greeting all came from one set of die cuts.

I've reached for this set several times already to make quick layered flowers.

Giveaway Prizes

Over $1,400 in total prizes! Altenew is giving away a $70 gift certificate to 5 lucky winners and one Altenew Academy class to 15 lucky winners. There are also 19 awesome companies/crafty friends who are celebrating with us, and they are offering the following prizes:


 

Be sure to leave comments by 4/18/2021 for a chance to win one of 41 prizes! To make the hop more exciting, start your comment with "Hi from (city or country where you're from)!" 41 winners will be chosen at random from the comments left on any of the blogs listed below and will be announced on the Altenew Card Blog on 4/24/2021.



Special Offer

Enjoy FREE U.S. shipping with code HAPPY7TH or $5 OFF international shipping with code ANNIV21 at checkout. Offer valid from 4/8/2021 at 12:01 am EDT through 4/11/2021 at 11:59 pm EDT. Shop here: https://altenew.com/ Not valid on prior purchases. Cannot be combined with other promo codes.

 

Your next step on this hop is queen of beautiful simplicity, Laurie Willison!

Here's the whole hop for your reference:

Altenew Blog

Nicole Watt

Dana Joy

Virginia Lu

Kristina Pokazanieva

My Little Attic

Norine Borys

Michelle Short

Bumbleberry Papercrafts

Kymona Tracey

Kelly Griglione <--you are here!

Laurie Willison

Teresa Litchfield

Preeti Chandran

Christine Pennington

Carol Hintermeier

Keisha Charles

Thanks so much for stopping by!
-Kelly

Supplies used (affiliate links, thanks so much for your support!)


Jumbo Picks Layering Die

Tall Alpha Lowercase Die Set


186 comments:

  1. Gorgeous!
    The felt makes the flowers so realistic looking, very creative way to change things up a little.
    Thanks for the inspiration!

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  2. Hi from Wilkes Barre, PA, USA. Love the cards. Will have to try felt. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. Hi, From Chicago! I love the layering with the felt! Great idea!

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  4. Hi from India! Love both the projects. Working with felt is so much fun!

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  5. Hi From Wisconsin
    Super sweet projects - thanks for sharing

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  6. Hello from Matthews, North Carolina! Your projects are very inspiring, thank you for sharing your creativity!!

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  7. Hi from Scotland. Loving your card samples featuring layering dies. So beautiful x

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  8. Hello from Indiana. You do some beautiful work and paired with Altenew's gorgeous stamps, you create perfectly. Happy 7th Birthday Altenew.

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  9. Hello from Delaware. So very pretty. Love your creativity. Thanks for sharing

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  10. Hello from Delaware. So very pretty. Love your creativity. Thanks for sharing

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  11. Hello from Virginia! Love your felt creations! Such a great idea for cards for a special person.

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  12. Hi from Chicago. A great idea to use felt! It would make a sweet pillow too. Beautiful project with great products

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  13. Hello from Waverly Georgia USA!! Love your beautiful card!! Your framed picture is simply heavenly!! That gives me some great ideas!!

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  14. Hi from Michigan! Thanks for sharing your beautiful crafts. I have never tried die cutting felt, but you have inspired me. And I love the stitching on the background.

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  15. Hi from Dallas Texas! Wow! Cutting felt takes the layering dies to a whole new dimension! Thanks for sharing and your cards are beautiful!

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  16. Hi from Wilmington, DE! This die set is on my wish list and now I want it more than ever after seeing your beautiful work.

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  17. Hello from Texas. Wow cutting felt. very nice

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  18. Greetings from the Lilac Capital, Rochester, NY, USA!! I'm always so inspired by the wonderful projects that you share!! You make it all looks so easy when I know that a lot of time, thought, and love go into each one!!

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  19. Hi from Pennsylvania, love the felt idea! Gorgeous! Thanks for sharing. Happy Anniversary Altenew!

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  20. Hiya from Florida. Oh wow the layering flowers look amazing in felt. Where they hard to glue together? And stitching has never seemed more appropriate. Very cool. In fact, I need to go pin that.

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  21. Hello from Minnesota. I usually don’t use layering sets because it takes a lot of time to put them together, but I ladmire the cards made with them. Your cards are so pretty.

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  22. Hi from Texas. Oh, Kelly, I've never used my layering dies with felt but you've inspired me to give it a go. Your projects are breathtaking and so uniquely gorgeous. Thank you for sharing your creativity.

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  23. Hello from Potsdam (Germany) 😊 those design are so stunning and inspiring. Love the bold color on the layering flower!

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  24. Hi from Indiana! Your projects are gorgeous! I love this die set so much. Congrats to Altenew on their anniversary.

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  25. Hello from Northern Kentucky!! Wow! Love the card and framed picture you made using felt and those awesome flower dies. I'm a little envious because one of the only flower cutting die sets I bought from Altenew were all individual die cuts for every layer of every flower lol!! I love how Altenew and other companies in the industry are make dies and even layering stamps all on one sheet for ease of use!!

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  26. Hi from Illinois!!! Love your felt flowers!!! I just got the Jumbo Picks dies and now I can't wait to play with them!!

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  27. Hi from California: Love that die, and love the felt look. Beautiful!

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  28. Hi from Orange County,CA. I really love the felt card. What a great idea. Gorgeous

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  29. Hello from BC Canada! I absolutely love this done in felt! Both craft look beautiful :) Thank you for the inspiration!

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  30. I never would have thought to use felt. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  31. Hi from Delaware, USA! I loved seeing the Jumbo Picks die set used and I love that you used felt!

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  32. Hi I’m from Saskatchewan, Canada. Thanks Altenew for the giveaways and the amazing products you make.

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  33. Hi from Canada! Beautiful cards the felt gives it a whole new depth!

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  34. Hi from northwest Alabama! Loved seeing your creations today! The floral "hello" card is beautiful!!!!!

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  35. Hi from the Texas Gulf coast. So glad you featured the Jumbo Picks Layering die, as I'd completely overlooked it thus far, and didn't realize how simple it made designing layering flower cards. Yours are gorgeous, and brilliant to use felt!

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  36. Hi I'm from Alberta Canada...Wow I never thought of felt...a cool look

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  37. I love the 3D flower dies!! I must try them on felt. Absolutely gorgeous!!!

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  38. Hello from Virginia!
    Oh Wow!! I think these are the most gorgeous flowers ever! I love how you used felt to create them!!

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  39. Hi from Michigan! Simply darling cards! Congrats Altenew!!

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  40. Hello from Kentucky. Thanks for sharing how used felt to make these dimensional pieces. Beautiful!

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  41. Hey from Jacksonville Beach. I'd like to go through your leftover bin. Happy 7th. [Bunny]

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  42. Hi from Minnesota. Great cards using felt and being able to get colors to coordinate so well together.

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  43. Greetings from Michigan. . . Such fun. I need to dig out my felt and have a go at this.

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  44. Hi from Minnesota. Amazing card! I absolutely love the texture the felt brings to your design.

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  45. Hi from Canada. Lovely layered roses.

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  46. Hi from Houston. Absolutely amazing projects! I love your use of felt to create the flowers. Happy Altenew 7th Anniversary!

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  47. Hello from Washington state. Wow, I love felt and I LOVE your felt cards. The first is so beautiful with the contrasting colors. This die cutting with felt would be a marvelous way to start applique projects. A bit of hand stitching and how wonderful!

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  48. Hi from Canada...Kelly, love your talent and you always blow my mind with what you come up with in your designs. These are amazing of course!

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  49. Hello from Wisconsin! Absolutely stunning. I love how you used felt! Such a great idea!

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  50. Hello from Texas! Gorgeous card. I love the 3D flower dies.

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  51. Hi from Millstadt, IL
    Love the die cuts for the
    shading. Get good results
    all the time. thanks for
    sharing. txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  52. These both turned out beautifully!

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  53. Hi from Utah. Such beautiful bright creations!

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  54. Hi from Seattle, Washington the Evergreen State. I love the felt! It really adds texture. I’m glad to know that the dies will get through felt. Your cards are magnificent!

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  55. Hi from Iowa - love the felt

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  56. Hello from Oregon! Wow, really fun felt card. This die set does seem to be very quick and easy.....may be my next purchase. Thanks for sharing your project!

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  57. Hi from upstate NY! I have never used a layered die set. I love the framed project, so pretty and can be easily made to match any decor.

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  58. Hello from Illinois! The felt card is beautiful, Kelly! I love the added stitching along the edges. And that leftover flower looks right at home in that sweet frame!!

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  59. Hi from California!
    Love these pretty flowers in felt! Beautiful colors!

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  60. Hi from San Francisco Bay Area
    Love your use of felt. Such lovely colors

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  61. Hello from Wisconsin. Lovely projects! I like that you used felt.

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  62. Hi from Kansas City, KS. Such a beautiful card!! Love that you have used felt.

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  63. Hi from Arizona! Beautiful! Love your choice of colors!

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  64. Hi from Cedar Hill, TN!! These are stunning!!!

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  65. Hi from Illinois. Such gorgeous projects!

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  66. I felt so happy looking at your lovely card. 😁 Greetings from Nebraska.

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  67. Hi from St. Paul, MN! Ooooooo....felt! So much fun!

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  68. Hi from Texas. I would never think to make a card with felt but you have really done yourself proud. Your cards are gorgeous.

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  69. Hi from Mississippi, I don't think I would have thought of using felt on a card. Beautiful cards/

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  70. Both projects are beautiful. The framed flower would make a sweet gift!

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  71. Love love LOVE these projects! What a cute idea to use felt on a card!!

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  72. Hi from Ohio. Warm fuzzies always make you feel good.

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  73. Hi from Reno, NV! Wowsa! I can’t believe that card is entirely made from felt! What machine did you use? Crazy cool and beautiful!

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  74. Hello from Ontario, Canada
    It`s to bad we don`t have feel o vision. I want to touch your fuzzy card. I`m impressed myself that dies cut so nicely through the felt.
    Great idea and so pretty.

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  75. I just got that die set in the mail. I hadn't even thought about felt. Thank you for the inspiration.

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  76. Hi from germany ! Love that felt card. Will use this die set now to decoratethe front of a felt needle book project I`m working on right now.

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  77. Hi from Delaware. Love the use of felt in your projects! Really makes a different look. Thanks for sharing.

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  78. Hello from Huntsville, Alabama! Oh my word.. felt cards/projects?! I am in LOVE!!!! You are so creative... LOVE the inspiration.... thank you for sharing your amazing talent!!

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  79. Hi from Arlington, VA! Oh wow! These flowers look so amazing in felt! LOVE!!!

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  80. Hi from Germany! Lovely projects, thanks for the inspiration.

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  81. Hi from Colorado! I didn't think that this type of die could cut felt. Now I have to try it! I have the smaller version of this set, so it might not be possible, but I'll give it a try. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  82. Hi from Perth Western Australia, Happy Anniversary Altenew! WOW in felt

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  83. Hi, I'm from from Cape Cod, 'living on the elbow' Happy Anniversary, Altenew! Those dies cut like buttah! Loving the felt creations!

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  84. Hi from Wisconsin! Wow! Never thought of using felt. Beautiful!

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  85. Hi from Dublin, Ireland! These are so beautiful, I just want to stroke them!

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  86. from ohio - neat trick to use felt. Thanks.

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  87. Love the red and pink flowers.love the felt

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  88. Hi From Amite, LA. Happy Anniversary AltEnew. Thanks for 7 years of amazing inspiration and products.

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  89. The felt gives a different look.

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  90. Hi from Pennsylvania. What an interest texture and depth your created using the felt. What a beautiful card.

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  91. Hi from New Hampshire, USA - I love the use of felt, never thought to use it. Will certainly be playing with felt in the future. Thank you!!!

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  92. Hi from India !! These projects with layering on felt looks gorgeous !!

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  93. Hi I'm from Bend Oregon. Your card is stunning. Thanks for the blog post.

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  94. Hi from Lafayette, Indiana! Love the felt look.

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  95. Hi from Charlotte, North Carolina. Felt! What a genius choice!

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  96. Hello from Northern Calif. What a great idea to use felt. Love the look...

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  97. Hello from the central west coast of Florida. Great projects. Love the die cut felt on everything. thank you

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  98. Hi from SoCal!! Beautiful felt cards.

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  99. Hi from Elk Grove, CA!! Thank you for making beautiful products for us to enjoy!!! Congratulations Altenew on your anniversary!

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  100. Hi from Michigan! I love the felt roses!!

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  101. Cool idea using felt. Hello from Wisconsin.

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  102. Hi from California! Awesome job on all your cards!

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  103. Hi (or "Bonjour") from France.
    I love dimension and cutting felt and creating a card with it is so creative and unexpected. Love this and will try since I have had to felt in my stash and did not know what to do with it. Now I know!! :-) Thank you for the inpiration.
    Magali

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  104. Hi from Switzerland ! Ha !! This is incredible !! I just want to try this ...

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  105. Hi from Ohio. What a great technique, love it!

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  106. Hi from Waukesha, Wisconsin! I love all of the sweet projects I am seeing. Altenew is also one of my favorite companies for sweet images! Thanks for the opportunity to win some awesome prizes

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  107. Beautiful use of layering dies. Gorgeous cards!

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  108. Hello from FL, clever use of the dies to create felt flowers ona felt base looks beautiful!

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  109. I am loving your felt flowers!! These projects are GORGEOUS!!!

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  110. Mind blown. I did not know you could use felt! So in love with this!

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  111. Hello from NC! I've never worked with felt like this, but it is very pretty and adds dimension.

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  112. Love these stamps...Favorite is the cute mouse coloring the leaves, etc.

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  113. Hi from Brigham City Utah, I like the layered flowers from felt, very pretty!

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  114. Hi from the NE. wow felt! So pretty!

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  115. Hi from Brigham City Utah, I like the layered flowers from felt, very pretty!

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  116. Hi from the Florida Panhandle.
    Gorgeous cards!
    Thanks so much for sharing.

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  117. Hi from Nebraska, US! What a wonderful idea to use felt instead of paper! Thank you for sharing your talents! 💕

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  118. Hi from SW Ohio! Love these in felt, tfs!

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  119. Hi, I'm from Ohio! Incredible deigns Kelly! Love the vibrant colors!

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  120. Hi from Ohio! That dies set is definitely beautiful, as is your card. Felt!!

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  121. Greetings from Illinois, USA! Lovely creations!

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  122. Hi from Salem, WI, USA!

    I love your projects for the hop! The felt flowers are gorgeous. Thank you for the inspiration.

    Cheryl (SheStamps)
    Visit my blog - She Stamps

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  123. Hi from Chicagoland! Love how you used the felt in your projects. Thanks for sharing!

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  124. Hello from Central Florida, USA! Lovely design, I would never have thought to use felt, very clever indeed! Thanks for the inspiration. P.S. Happy Anniversary Altenew!

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  125. Fantastic! I hadn't seen the dies used with the felt before.

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  126. Such an awesome card! Love how you used the dies on felt.

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  127. Hi from MI! I never thought of using felt on my cards. Really different and fun.

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  128. Hi from Washington State. I would never thought to cute felt with those dies but it turned out great!

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  129. Hi from Billings, Montana. I think your felt card is great! Happy Birthday Altenew!

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  130. Hi from Michigan! Love the felt on your projects. It gives a soft impression

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  131. Hi from Illinois! I would love a way to make flowers without actually stamping or coloring them. Love these dies.

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  132. Hi from Clearwater, FL! Beautiful projects. Felt??? No way! It's gorgeous!

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  133. Hi from IGH, MN! This is my first time seeing the dies used on felt. What a game changer! TFS, Kelly!

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  134. Hi from Rineyville, Kentucky! What a neat way to add unexpected texture to cards. Your cards are gorgeous! Happy Anniversary, Altenew!

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  135. Hi from Rineyville, Kentucky! What a neat way to add unexpected texture to cards. Your cards are gorgeous! Happy Anniversary, Altenew!

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  136. Hi from Mukilteo Wa. Gorgeous card. Love the clean cut lines in that felt. These dies have been on my wishlist for way too long. Time to get them into my craft room.

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  137. Hi from KY. Gorgeous! I love layering dies and your use of felt is so clever. The texture of the card is amazing! I love that you also created a home dec piece.

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  138. Hi from NorCal. LOVE the idea of felt but wonder -- do you have to use a certain kind of felt (is wool better than the stuff at the local craft store, which is, I think, all acrylic)? Will one kind of felt -- perhaps the acrylic kind -- dull your dies?

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  139. OMG!!! You used felt!!! That is absolutely FABULOUS!!! I want to play with felt now!!!

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  140. Hi from NC. Wonderful inspiration and techniques.

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  141. I'm not commenting on every post--need to create myself--haha! However, I wanted to see what you made & oh my goodness--just what I love, Kelly! I have that die set on my wishlist & felt is one of my things! Could sit here all day looking at the card & framed flower--something I hadn't thought to do! Thanks for once again inspiring me!

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  142. Hi from Washington! Beautiful flowers. I will definitely need to try die cutting felt.

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  143. Hi from Arizona! What a great idea using felt!

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  144. Hi from Texas! These are so awesome! Would have to give that card to someone who you know will save it and display it. Fun!

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  145. Hi from Australia! I love your stunning felt creations! The add so much texture to this gorgeous slimline card! Wonderful colour choices! Thanks for the inspiration! Take care! :)

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  146. Hi from Wisconsin! I love the texture of the felt!

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  147. Hi from California! I love your idea to use felt.

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  148. Hi from Denver, CO...just love your use of felt for these@

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  149. Hi from MD absolutely stunning die...love the projects!

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  150. Hello from Brisbane, Australia. WOW! Kelly, I did not expect to see a card made with felt. Very clever and yes, I'm sure it's lovely and soft.

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  151. What a great idea with the felt! I love it! Your projects are lovely!

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  152. Hi from Sacramento, CA. I had caught my breath when I saw these. Seriously. They are gorgeous. The felt makes them so dimensional and lifelike. I never would have thought of felt but boy does it work. Just beautiful!

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  153. Hello from Portland, OR. Your felt flowers are beautiful and you're right, they do make me want to feel the texture! It's lovely!

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  154. Such pretty cards! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  155. Hello from New Hampshire! Happy Anniversary to Altenew! Gorgeous projects Kelly. Love the felt flowers... the layers are amazing! Thank you for the inspirations!

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  156. Hello from southern Indiana, USA. B E A U T I F U L ! ! ! I have never tried die-cutting with felt, but your gorgeous cards inspire me to give it try. These layering sets are impressive with all the possibilities for endless creating. TFS!

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  157. Hi from India.
    I am so glad I stopped by, what a treat to the eyes. I agree it's nice to make something other than cards.

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  158. Hello from Idaho - And Happy Anniversary Altenew!! Oh my goodness..... I LOVE the use of felt with your card base and dies. Gorgeous!

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  159. Hello from San Diego. Oh I really like how you layer the dies with the felt. Really pretty! ❤️

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  160. Hi from Las Vegas. I have been itching to make a felt card lately and now I have to do it! Yours is just gorgeous!

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  161. Hi from Cardiff-by-the-Sea, California. It's been ages since I've visited your sweet blog. Love your creations, and I hope all is well with you and your family. You are reminding me I have so much yummy felt that still needs to be used.

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  162. Wonderful use of the jumbo set and the felt.

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  163. Wow!! I LOVE the felt!! So pretty!!!

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  164. Hello from Michigan! Lots of oooh's and ahhhh's from over here!! Incredible!

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  165. Guten Tag! So glad I hopped over to see those felt beauties on my PC screen instead of just my phone ;)

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  166. Hi from south Florida! Thanks for your ideas and sharing with us.

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  167. Hi from Beaver, UT! Congratulations to Altenew on their 7th anniversary! I just love the look of those layering dies! If I win a prize, I just might have to invest in some! Thanks for sharing!

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  168. Hi from Bangladesh, both your creations are lovely. It was a great idea to use felt, it added such lovely dimensions to the card and made it pop! Absolutely beautiful!

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  169. Hi from the UK :)
    Wow! I love the idea of cutting them out of felt :D
    Thank you for the inspiration.
    Huge hugs

    Amy xx

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  170. Swooning over the beautiful cards

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  171. Hi from Ohio!I don't think I've ever seen anyone use felt like this on a card. It looks really nice.

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  172. Hi from Lititz, PA! Love those Jumbo picks! I have the smaller ones, but my Altenew cart is calling me to get the big ones. Love having multiple dies on one sheet! And love that you created a slimline using it. The felt flower is gorgeous on your frame! Thanks for always inspiring, and Happy Anniversary, Altenew crew!

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  173. Hi from Michigan! HAPPY 7TH BIRTHDAY ALTENEW!! Beautiful. easy and Altenew. Woderful

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  174. Hello from Kansas City, Missouri! Loved the felt that was used! Super simple but extremely elegant!

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  175. So unique and creative!! What a fun way to make a card using felt!! Also the colours you combined are striking!

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  176. Hi there from the Hill Country in Texas! Love the use of the felt... will need to try that!

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  177. Hi from Ohio! I never have the patience to do those die cut layering flowers, but I admire anyone who does! Your felt card is gorgeous! It would make a great bookmark, too! Happy 7th Anniversary, Altenew!

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  178. Hi from Portland OR. The felt makes such wonderful florals! Love your imagination and clever use of this fabulous die set!

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  179. Hi from Vienna, Austria. Such a pretty card and frame. Love how you used felt, such a nice textural element.

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  180. Hi from Slovenia. These are so wonderful projects. Great use of felt.

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  181. Hi from Rochester, New York.
    Your projects are just beautiful! I would be afraid to use felt for fear that it would cause the dies to stop cutting well.
    Maybe I shouldn’t worry?

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  182. Hi from San Francisco, California. Happy 7th Anniversary! Thank you for sharing your art. This is an awesome die set and I’m impressed with your work. Very Inspirational.

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I absolutely love reading comments. Thanks so much for stopping by and taking the time to leave one! - Kelly