Welcome to Altenew's March Paint-A-Flower release blog hop and giveaway. You should have arrived here from Dana Joy if not you can restart the hop by visiting the Altenew Card Blog. This month's PAF is the beautiful Coral Sunset.
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I have created two card using the PAF Coral Sunset, let's take a closer look
My first card uses lots of ink blending, heat embossing and resist techniques. I started by white heat embossing the image onto Bristol cardstock using Altenew's white embossing powder. I then ink blended shades of orange, darker at the outside getting lighter towards the centre.
I heat set the ink and then flicked some Distress resist spray over the surface. Once dry I inked a second time, this gives a slight variation in colour where the resist spray is. I added a sentiment from the Bold Sentiment die set, I cut it from gold mirror card. I added the inked panel to an A2 note card which I debossed using the Dotted Starburst debossing cover die.
My second card is a simple watercolour card,I stamped the image onto watercolour card using Altenew's Obsidian Ink I coloured the image with Altenew's 36 pan watercolour palette. I then fussy cut the image.
I added the cut image to a panel which was debossed with the Dotted Swirls debossing cover die, I added this to a light blue card and then mounted it onto a white A2 notecard. The sentiment was cut using the Essential sentiment strip dies.
Your next stop is Carol Hintermeier
$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 03/27/2021 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 03/30/2021.
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Lovely colors! Your peony really pops. Great job!ReplyDelete
Two lovely card designs for this stamp set.ReplyDelete
Both of these are just beautiful!ReplyDelete
You are the glow queen today! Love those halo's.ReplyDelete
Beautiful cards! I love the beautiful colors you blended on the first card, and the feel of spring on the second!ReplyDelete
Wow! Both cards look amazing!ReplyDelete
Interesting to see that pretty stamp used two very different ways. Thanks for sharing your lovely cards.ReplyDelete
Your fussy cutting is fantastic! I think the second one is my favorite.ReplyDelete
Both cards are nice and pretty in each of their own way. Very vibrant colors I like.ReplyDelete
Wow - two completely different takes and both are beautiful. Usually I have a favorite but not this time as they are both so lovely.ReplyDelete
Marisela Delgado said: So lovely! email@example.comReplyDelete
Two beautiful cards!! I love the first one and the way you "colored" the image without coloring!ReplyDelete
I especially like the first one. It reminds me of a campfire....it glows in gorgeousness.ReplyDelete
Two beautiful cards Terri. Love them both.ReplyDelete
Amazing backgrounds and I love how you made the sentiments pop!ReplyDelete
Very pretty cards! Love the orange background!ReplyDelete
Both are beautiful. Love all the ideas. ThanksReplyDelete
Such beautiful cards! Love the colors...ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing.
I love the color blending on your first card and the sweet bouquet on your second card. They're both very appealing. Blog hops really help with inspiration, thank you for playing along so I can see your work.ReplyDelete
Both cards are amazing..they will really make someone's day...ReplyDelete
Nice. Anyone would love to receive one of these cards.ReplyDelete
Two wonderful cards. The ink blending is stunning and your watercolor card has a lovely soft texture.ReplyDelete
Both cards are beautiful. Love the orange background. Thanks for sharingReplyDelete
Love how you coordinated the different flower colors!ReplyDelete
Both cards are fabulous, but I love the dramatic effect of your ink blending on the first card!ReplyDelete
Both cards are beautiful and look so different from eachother, you wouldn't know they were the same stamp set.ReplyDelete
The Obsidian black ink looks so different on each flower of the second card. When I looked at first, I thought you had used a different ink for each card. I guess the watercolors made the changes. I like how you added the blue/green around the cut out flowers to give some depth and bring out the light blue/green card.ReplyDelete
Love both of your cards!! The ink blending and colours on the first one are striking!ReplyDelete
Both cards are so pretty. I like the simplicity of the first card (I can do that!) but your 2nd card is my favorite. The details of the stamp are so amazing and your coloring brings to mind a real bouquet.ReplyDelete
Both are lovely. I liked the idea of resist embossing and also coloring around the edge of the fussy cut.ReplyDelete
Both of the cards are awesome. Love the resist spray on the first card.ReplyDelete
Nice ideas for the set Great backgrounds.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous! The colors are so vibrant and warm, and love how the blended technique creates such a lovely background!ReplyDelete