Hello and welcome to the March Build-A-Flower release blog hop and giveaway. This month the BAF is the Semi Double Chrysanthemum. You should have arrived here from Seeka,if not you can go back to the start of the hop at any time by visiting the Altenew Card Blog, or you can use the list at the bottom of this post to navigate your way around.
I have created two cards using the new BAF Semi-Double Chrysanthemum, so lets take a closer look.
My first card is an A2 note card, I stamped and die cut the images to create a floral cluster, I prepared the card base using the Dotted Swirls Debossing cover die, I then added some paper from the Verdant Walk 6x6 paper pack, I placed piece or black card to bridge the join, this made a perfect place for the flowers to sit. I then stamped the sentiment in Obsidian ink. TOP TIP: Give the sentiment time to dry as the surface of the paper is sightly slick. Your next stop on the hop is Verity Biddlecombe, but before you go please take a moment to check out the giveaway and special offer information below.
$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 03/07/2021 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 03/09/2021.
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Both so beautiful!ReplyDelete
Lovely designs Terri! Yo did a great job showcasing this must have BAF set, thanks for the inspiration!ReplyDelete
Such beautiful samples using this set!ReplyDelete
Mmm! I love the angled die-cut style you have used here and your stamped flowers are lovely.ReplyDelete
Love the card and sentiments...ReplyDelete
The peachy colors are so pretty. Very soft and lovely. Thank you!ReplyDelete
I love your first card and the lovely colors.ReplyDelete
great designs on both these cards!ReplyDelete
I love some pink and green with black and white polka dots! Two very pretty cards and a very good tip about being patient with slickish surfaces. Thanks for the great ideas!ReplyDelete
I really like both of these. I look at the peach one with the debossed background and I think of innocence. The second one is BAM! Loud music and crazy times. Great feels.ReplyDelete
Your cards are gorgeous! The pink chrysanthemums really pop against the fun dotted background!ReplyDelete
Both of your cards are simply STUNNING.. love your designs and colors...ReplyDelete
Beautiful cards! Thanks for the inspiration.ReplyDelete
What a gorgeous design and colors!ReplyDelete
I adore both of your cards from the elegant to the whimsy of the black polka dots and burst of pink! These are super!ReplyDelete
Both cards are beautiful! Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Nice project idea shares. I like the arrangement and layer use.ReplyDelete
Stunning cards, Terri! Love how different these wonderful flowers look on each card! Thanks so much for the inspiration! :)ReplyDelete
Beautiful cards. I especially love the last card.ReplyDelete
Your slimline card put a smile on my face! Beautiful and Happy!ReplyDelete
This bright slimine is awesome!ReplyDelete
Lovely cards. The black dot washi tape is such a great addition to that card.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous cards! Love that peachy pink with the orangey flowers. And I love slimlines - that's a funky fun card.ReplyDelete
These are both so pretty. The peach one really stands out to me. So pretty.ReplyDelete
Your cards are so pretty!ReplyDelete
Love those beautiful cards.(I'm a sucker for pink!). The styles are amazing.ReplyDelete
Pretty cards! Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Love both cards but especially the slimline card!ReplyDelete
Awesome cards! Love the first one and the interest you created with the pretty background! The chrysanthemums are just beautiful!ReplyDelete
What a fun and charming card. The black and white background is stunning! Gorgeous chrysanthemum colors!ReplyDelete
Really like the slimline!ReplyDelete
Both cards are gems. I do favor the first one although slimline cards are rapidly becoming my favorite card size. Nice work.ReplyDelete
Love that first card, with the matching patterned paper accent and the way you used the black strip to set off the flowers. The greens you used for the leaves are perfect too. And that slimline is just so fun....makes me want to dig out my big washis and play! Thanks for your inspiration!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous cards! Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Both cards are so pretty! These flowers are so beautiful and these cards show their beauty on any size base. Lovely colors. Setting them on a black band really pops. Lovely cards both.ReplyDelete
Both cards are lovely. One is very classic and one is so modern. My niece would love the modern one. Thanks for inspiring me to try different styles!ReplyDelete
Very pretty cards. So many color choices with each use.ReplyDelete
Great cards. I really like the first card. Pretty colors and fantastic background. So inspirational.ReplyDelete
Love the different ways you added interest and dimension to your cards! Cover dies, embossing folder, design paper, washi tape and more! It’s just so much fun to see what you create, ad all of them are so gorgeous, unique and lovely ☺️ReplyDelete
what. a lovely layout - thanks for sharingReplyDelete
Wow! Eye catching for sure!ReplyDelete