Welcome to the April Paint-A-Flower release blog hop and giveaway. You should have arrived here from Teresa Litchfield 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 link list at the end of this post to navigate. The PAF Chamomile consists of two outline images and six sentiments. The outline images are perfect to colour with markers, pencils or watercolour. You can purchase the PAF Chamomile in store now. I have created two cards using the set, let's take a closer look. My first card uses the Tea Cup image, I stamped it onto Neenah solar white cardstock and coloured it with my Altenew Artist markers. I used the Narrow Brick stencil and a light blue ink to add background detail.
Using the Fine Frames Diamonds I cut a black diamond frame for my image to sit on. I added a heat embossed sentiment on a black strip to finish the card.
For this card I used the Jug of flowers image, I stamped in alcohol proof ink and coloured with Altenew Artist markers. Again I used the Narrow Brick stencil and light blue in for a subtle background. I stamped my chosen sentiment and added a few inky splatters. I then adhered the stamped panel onto a lilac card base.
The Paint-A-Flower is available as a monthly subscription plan. When signed up, you are guaranteed a spot in our monthly Paint-A-Flower releases and will receive a set each month - at a specially discounted price! ($15.99 →$12.99)
Your next stop is Tina Smith, but before you go don't forget to check out the Giveaway 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 04/27/2021 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 04/30/2021.
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I like the dramatic look you achieved on your first card. Lovely.ReplyDelete
Bricks were an interesting choice for the backgrounds of the two cards. Lovely!ReplyDelete
Fabulous cards!!! Love your color choices!!!ReplyDelete
Lovely designs Terri! The contrast of colors on the firs design make the image pop! The second one is cheery and soothing, love them both! Thanks for the inspiration!ReplyDelete
I love what you have done with the teacup card. They look great in pink too!ReplyDelete
Both cards are lovely. Love the purple base for both color combinations.ReplyDelete
Both cards are great. Liked the striking diamond on the first card, but also the more subdued background of the second. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Great cards & love how your first card has that background to make your image pop.ReplyDelete
The chamomile flowers are so delicate looking. Love the backgrounds you did and that tea cup is so cool. Nicely done, TFSReplyDelete
Love both of your cards but I especially like the black diamond shaped frame under the die cut.ReplyDelete
I appreciate your color choices! I was thinking one could use this stamp for daisies, or echinacea (cone flower), and here, by simply changing the color scheme, you transported me! Thank you for sharing your talents!💕ReplyDelete
Both cards are so lovely with wonderful color choices.ReplyDelete
Fabulous cards! I love the pink flowers in your first card. Your stenciled background is such a clever way to add subtle interest and depth.ReplyDelete
These are gorgeous! Love the purples!!ReplyDelete
Beautiful cards. Love the first one as teal and purple are my favorite colors...at the moment :)ReplyDelete
I love the jug of flowers card, so pretty!ReplyDelete
Pretty cards with beautiful color combos! Love the sweet designs in this set!ReplyDelete
Both cards are beautiful. My favorite is the second card. I love the cheerful colors!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous cards and such unique designs!ReplyDelete
Great idea shares. I like the design for the layers.ReplyDelete
Both cards are super! Love the designs.ReplyDelete
Very pretty! I love the colors and the layers!ReplyDelete
Such lovely cards! Comfort in a card. I'm loving this stamp set.ReplyDelete
Two beautiful cards!ReplyDelete
Marisela Delgado said: So pretty! firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete
Both are very pretty cards. Thanks for doing two very different styles and the great ideas.ReplyDelete
Oh I love both of your cards. I am loving this stamp set!ReplyDelete
Love it. Beautiful set. Spring feeling!ReplyDelete
The can of flowers is such a pretty, springy look. I love the feel.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous card, beautiful colors. I love the layout -- I'm going to try that soon!ReplyDelete
That is such a cute stamp! Love your card!ReplyDelete
Hugs from Canada!
I love the use of the diamond shape to make your colored image pop. Both cards are very pretty.ReplyDelete
Very pretty cards - I like that diamond frame that makes the image stand out and the lovely coloring on your 2nd card! TFS!ReplyDelete
Both are great cards!ReplyDelete
Two very different designs, both cards are FABULOUS!ReplyDelete
Both the cards are simply beautifulReplyDelete
These are quite beautiful. Thank you for the inspirationReplyDelete
Such beautiful colors!!! So fun, bright and cheerful 🥰ReplyDelete
Diamond painting is a fun and relaxing craft trend that has become increasingly popular in recent years. It involves placing small, colorful diamonds onto adhesive canvas to create beautiful works of art. The most common subject for diamond paintings are flowers, making it easy to add color and beauty to any room.ReplyDelete