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

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Welcome to my stop on the Build-A-Flower: Giant Bellflower  Release Blog Hop + Giveaway.

Build-A-Flower: Giant Bellflower
Layering Stamp & Die Set

Let your imagination soar with stunning florals and heartfelt greetings in this unique layering stamp and die set. The florals in this set feature an artistic take on giant bellflowers, showcasing beautiful open petals on a cluster of three flowers. Want to experiment with color? We have added separate coloring layers for each individual flower so you can get creative with colors for your paper crafting projects.


Check out the Layering guide below:




This is such a lovely BAF (Build-A-Flower) to stamp with all the layers! 

I started by stamping a few of the Giant Bellflower stem/leaves in the center of an A2 size card front with SEA FOREST Crisp Ink, trimmed it down and set that aside, Then I stamped a matting/card base with the same ink and one of the bloom layer images around the edges.
Finally I inked all the layers of the Build-A-Flower: Giant Bellflower onto 110# cardstock: 
BLOOMS: Rouge, Grapevine, Plum 
GREENERY: Pistachio, Sea Forest, Green Onyx
After Die Cutting, I popped the arrangement up with Instant Dimension Tape. Added the sentiment banners.
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I made a really Quick second card by stamping two layers of the open bloom around the edges of an A2 cardbase, ink blended a soft haze around the outer edges, added splatter and the Die-Cut FOR YOU cut from GLITTER cardstock.
EASY-PEASY!


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Hope you enjoyed my cards for today. 
Your next stop on the hop is to Nathalie DeSousa


Giveaway Prizes

$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.

 

Blog Hop Order

Altenew Card Blog 
Jenny Colacicco 
Mindy Eggen
Erum Tasneem
Colleen Balija
Jaycee Gaspar
LauraJane YOU are here
Nathalie DeSousa
Cheryl Espie
Terri Koszler
Hussena Calcuttawala
Virginia Lu
Carol Hintermeier
Nenette S. Madero
Keren Baker
Bridget Casey
Rosie Neustaedter
Preeti Chandran
Katrina Howe
Amy Hill
Natasha Davies 
Daniel Diaz
Nandini Karmarkar
Arjita Singh
SathyaKala Sankaran
Linda Westfall
Sande Woodson




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LauraJane:)

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39 comments:

Unknown said...

Very pretty! Each one is so unique. Particularly liked the background on the first one.

Kraftsbyus4u said...

Very unique take love how you used it all around the border of the card too

Angela Diaz said...

Very pretty cards!

D.L. Walls said...

Laura Jane, you never cease to amaze me with your designs! TFS your talent.

vickie said...

Love your use of this set!

Unknown said...

Love the colors you choose for both cards! Creative and Beautiful option of positioning stamp on the second card!

Patty Ann said...

I love the second card.

Linda Fillds said...

Very nice job on both of your cards.... I LOOOOVE that second card... You did such a beautiful job..... :) tyfs

Kimberly said...

Absolutely love this! How did you decide on that color palette?

Linda said...

This is such a great stamp set. Thanks for showing us a beautiful version. Using the stamp around the edges is lovely.

Melissa Leftrick said...

The color palette is amazing!! Love this!

Jeanne Rice said...

Beautiful cards. Love the coloring. Thanks for sharing.

Angela C. said...

Lovely cards.

Maureen I said...

Love how you made your own backgrounds with these stamps! Really pretty card.

Liz O. said...

This BAF set so pretty , you did a fantastic job showcasing it Laura Jane! The second card is my favorite! Thanks for the inspiration!

joni said...

Lovely cards!

MadeByMeghanK said...

These Giant Bell Flowers are amazing! Beautiful color choice on the second one and I love the glitter!

Jean said...

Beautiful! I particularly like the way you varied how the stamp is used in the second card.

Nandini said...

Gorgeous cards. The second one is my favorite!

Anonymous said...

Marisela Delgado said: So beautiful! mariandmonsterd@yahoo.com

Unknown said...

beautiful card.

Cyndi said...

Beautiful cards. I especially love the first one -- the colors are amazing

Sandy said...

Very clever usage, & such pretty cards!

Anonymous said...

I usually do not have time to look at the blogs. I took a look and entered a few comments on some of the cards. I just do not need emails about comments that were entered after mine, which is why unsubscribed. Love the blog look at everyone's beautiful creations!! TY.
Anonymous.

Anonymous said...

Thank you!

Jeanne Beam said...

Beautiful cards! Love the colors…
Thanks for sharing.

Dfrank said...

Your second card is stunning!

Karen Letchworth said...

Lovely cards, as always, Laura. That second one is so clever.
Thanks for the wonderful inspiration.

Denise Bryant said...

Awesome layering and color combo on your 1st card, and beautiful floral frame design on your 2nd!

Lauryne Cunningham said...

Your cards are beautiful! I love the second one!

Joy Meadows said...

Beautiful cards, Laura! I especially love the second one.

Ms. Tamp said...

Nice project shares. I like the color for the second card.

Linda Wood said...

Fabulous color palette on both cards! And very well crafted. TFS

Carol McCready said...

Great cards. I love the color combinations on both cards.

Heather said...

Oooo . . . two beautiful cards!

Kelsey Thomas said...

These are gorgeous cards!

Unknown said...

Very pretty cards. I love your color choice for the bellflowers.

Unknown said...

Karen E. Joslin said: Very pretty cards. I love your color choice for the bellflowers.

L in MN said...

Very lovely cards. It is nice to see samples of the versatility of the stamps. They can be for edging and not the center of a card.