Altenew May 2022 Lovely in Lace Collection Release Blog Hop + Giveaway ($300 in total prizes)


 Hello and welcome back! Today I'm guest designing with . In case you don't know who I am, I'm Eva Bussom I do Facebook Lives, on Monday, Wednesday and Friday's. I look forward to seeing you there with me and my crafty friends at 4:00pm MST.  I hope that you enjoyed SathyaKala Sankaran amazing designs, but if you didn't come from their blog, you can start here or jump over to Altenew's Card Blog.

$300 in total prizes! To celebrate this release, Altenew is giving away a $50 gift certificate to 2 lucky winners and a $25 gift certificate to 8 winners! Please leave a comment on the Altenew Card Blog and/or each designer’s blog post on the blog hop list below by 05/29/2022 for a chance to win. 

Altenew will draw 10 random winners from the comments left on each stop of this blog hop and announce the winners on the Altenew Winners Page on 05/31/2022.

Well now this Vintage Lace 3D Embossing Folder has a fun twist to it, a stencil! I love that you can color it with the stencil, then emboss it! I used Shades of Purples and Tropical Forest Crisp Dye Inks, along with Enamel Dots. A simple sentiment and a layer and my case style card is done. Layering Guide below!

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Up next is the gorgeous Mariposa 3D Embossing folder. I grabbed some of the Gold Splatter Wide Washi Tape and ran it through my machine.  There are so many details in this embossing folder, that no matter what materials you use it turns out beautifully.  I added a sentiment from Sentiment Strips 2 to finish it off. 

Now this card was a pleasure to create. I first used the Cherry Plum 3D Embossing folder, then colored the blooms and leaves with my Artist Markers(G715, R304, R403). I cut the bottom edge of the florals and added Altenew's Foam adhesive underneath it.   Again a simple sentiment from Sentiment Strips 2 in Obsidian Black and I was done. 

For my final card today, I used the Hosta 3D Embossing Folder. I added Forest Glades ink directly to the embossing folder front side and ran it through my machine.  I kept repeating the process until it had the coloring I wanted. I then added the sentiment from the Hello Friends Stamp set in Black ink.  Its nice to have a neutral card for the guys!

Up next is Natasha Davies or you can go back and start from the beginning at Altenew's Card blog or visit!

Blog Hop List

Altenew Blog

Jaycee Gaspar

Mindy Eggen

Jenny Colacicco

Angela Brennan

Tenia Nelson 


Nathalie DeSousa

Carol Hintermeier

Virginia Lu

Nenette S. Madero

Terri Koszler

Katrina Howe

Reiko Tsuchida 

Linda Westfall

Bridget Casey

Ann Taylor

Colleen Balija

SathyaKala Sankaran

Eva Bussom

Natasha Davies

Sande Woodson

Susan Stagno

Nichol Spohr 

Hussena Calcuttawala

Nandini Karmarkar

Preeti Chandran

Thanks for hopping!


  1. Beautiful cards.

  2. Great cards. I love the vintage lace; it's my favorite.

  3. BEAUTIFUL use of beautiful embossing folders.

  4. Gorgeous cards and great inspiration!

  5. Lovely simple, clean cards that suit the embossing folders perfectly!

  6. What a lovely set of cards!

  7. Lovely cards
    My favorite is the card with the Purple flowers!

  8. Beautiful cards! They are so elegant. I'm loving this release!

  9. Marisela Delgado said: So pretty.

  10. Such beautiful cards and techniques! Thanks for sharing!

  11. You have create such gorgeous cards, Eva, I love them all. Beautifully done. Thank you for such wonderful inspiration.

  12. Love the Hosta card. So Pretty. Thanks for sharing.

  13. You make very beautiful cards. Thank you for the breakdown of the purple flower stenciling. The butterfly card is so delicate. The pink cherry blossoms & green of the leaves are so complimentary! But my favorite card is the hosta card. Just coloring in the lines on the embossing folder makes this card really stand out. I love it.

  14. OMG! That hosta card is fabulous. Thank you!

  15. Love the hosta!❤️

  16. I love them all but the Cherry Plum Blossom is so amazing!

  17. Love your cards!


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