Altenew Build-A-Flower: Giant Bellflower Release Blog Hop + Giveaway ($200 in total prizes)

Build-a-Flower: Giant Bellflower Stamp and die Set

Welcome to my blog, everyone! If you just came from Carol Hintermeier‘s blog, then you’re on the right track. For the complete details of this hop, please visit the Altenew blog here. If you’d like to purchase this beautiful Build-a-Flower: Giant Bellflower stamp set, you can find it here.

I created 3 cards using this stamp set.

HEARTFELT GREETINGS

STEPS:

  1. Stamp the image from the BAF: Giant Bell Flower stamp set on watercolor paper and emboss with Rose Gold embossing powder.
  2. Stamp the layers using dye inks.
  3. Die cut white cardstock using the Circular Elements die.
  4. Emboss the card front using the Dotted Swirls debossing die.
  5. Assemble the card.
TIP: Stamp on cold press watercolor paper to give a textured look on the petals and leaves.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY

STEPS:

  1. Stamp the outline image using Obsidian black pigment ink and emboss with Crystal clear embossing powder.
  2. Watercolor the flowers using Watercolor brush markers. Use the Artist brush markers to darken the shadows.
  3. Watercolor the background.
  4. Add water splatters.
  5. Die cut using the Mix and Match die.
  6. Stamp the sentiment from the Sentiment Strips 3 using Versamark ink and emboss with Pure White embossing powder.
  7. Assemble the card and add clear crystal embellishments.

CONGRATULATIONS

STEPS:

  1. Stamp the outline image twice with Versamark ink and emboss with Rose Gold Embossing powder.
  2. Color using the layered stamp sets and dye inks.
  3. Emboss colored paper using the Geo Diamonds 3d Embossing folder.
  4. Cut the embossed paper to create a curved opening.
  5. Stamp the sentiment on black cardstock.
  6. Assemble the card with foam squares.
TIP: Create the curved white space to draw the eyes to the sentiment.

Be part of the monthly subscription plan here and get 14% off! Aside from the discount, you won’t be missing any of the floral stamps featured in this series.

GIVEAWAYS

$200 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 5 winners! Please leave a comment on the Altenew Card Blog and/or each designer’s blog post on the blog hop list below by 03/06/2022 for a chance to win. Altenew will draw 7 random winners from the comments left on each stop of this blog hop and announce the winners on the Altenew Winners Page on 03/09/2022.

Next up: Keren Baker. Thank you so much for dropping by. I’d love to hear which card is your favorite and why. Your comments mean so much to me! For my latest creations and other interests, hope you can drop by and say hello on my IG account ( @mylittleatticstudio). Stay safe and happy crafting!

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LAQUIETA S GIBSON
LAQUIETA S GIBSON
11 months ago

Loving all the pinks , blues and purples so pretty!

Donna L Walls
Donna L Walls
11 months ago

Gorgeous color palette and die cut elements.

rhea ann inocian
rhea ann inocian
11 months ago

these cards were so lovely and every card got its own beauty. thank you for sharing your ideas and techniques.

Patty Ann Wood
Patty Ann Wood
11 months ago

Love your designs.

LINDA FILLDS
LINDA FILLDS
11 months ago

loving all of your cards… #3 is stunning so pretty tyfs 🙂

Linda Rodgers
Linda Rodgers
11 months ago

This is such a great stamp set. Thanks for showing us a beautiful version.

Jeanne Rice
Jeanne Rice
11 months ago

Beautiful cards. Love the coloring. Thanks for sharing.

Frances Ibanez
Frances Ibanez
11 months ago

Beautiful cards, Nenette! Really love the watercolors – so pretty.

Liz O
Liz O
11 months ago

This BAF set is so pretty! Lovely designs Nenette! Thanks for the inspiration!

Susan Babcock
Susan Babcock
11 months ago

You’ve made so many beautiful cards with these lovely Bellflowers! I like how it looks like it’s growing out of the circle!

Patty Ann Wood
Patty Ann Wood
11 months ago

I love the teal and purple color combination.

Meghan Kennihan
Meghan Kennihan
11 months ago

These Giant Bell Flowers are amazing! Beautiful color choice and I love the bright pink!

Nandini Karmarkar
Nandini Karmarkar
11 months ago

Amazing cards. I love all the different techniques you have used!

Marisela Delgado
Marisela Delgado
11 months ago

So gorgeous, Nenette. Your colors are always so fabulous!

Cyndi Morris
Cyndi Morris
11 months ago

Your cards are amazing — love the all.

Sandra Baggarly
Sandra Baggarly
11 months ago

Cute cards! Thanks for sharing.

Jeanne Beam
Jeanne Beam
11 months ago

Your cards are so gorgeous! Wonderful colors.
Thanks for sharing.

Jean W.
Jean W.
11 months ago

These are stunning!

Debbie Frank
Debbie Frank
11 months ago

Love the water coloring!

Karen Letchworth
Karen Letchworth
11 months ago

Such a unique design. I love the color combination.

Lauryne Cunningham
Lauryne Cunningham
11 months ago

I love the bright colors on your cards! They’re all beautiful!

Ann Apolito
Ann Apolito
11 months ago

Pretty cards, each so different!

Joy Meadows
Joy Meadows
11 months ago

Such pretty cards! Love the first one best.

Inkin' Chickie
Inkin' Chickie
11 months ago

Great project shares. I like the cut options for the first and last card.

Rosemary Chabala
Rosemary Chabala
11 months ago

The birthday card was my favorite, but all are lovely.

Carol McCready
Carol McCready
11 months ago

Great cards. I love the colors and design. The second one is my favorite.

Heather Mills
Heather Mills
11 months ago

Wow, what a gorgeous collection of cards!! I love your color combo; it makes me feel like summer!

Jean W.
Jean W.
11 months ago

Thank you for the tip. You’re creations with this set are wonderful.

Denise Bryant
Denise Bryant
11 months ago

Love the layering and textures! Beautiful cards!

Linda Wood
Linda Wood
11 months ago

Lovely bellflower cards, I appreciate your variety of backgrounds.

Kelsey Thomas
Kelsey Thomas
11 months ago

Awesome cards! I really love that fun pink one. 🙂

Taina T
Taina T
10 months ago

So cute cards

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