Hello crafty friends! I'm so happy to be joining in Altenew's blog hop to celebrate the release of the beautiful Build-A-Flower: Giant Bellflower!
You should have arrived here from the very talented Virginia's blog. If you need to start from the beginning, head over to the Altenew Card Blog. You can find the complete hop list at the end of this post.
This gorgeous layering stamp set, along with coordinating dies, is available now in the Altenew store. You can purchase the Build-A-Flower: Giant Bellflower Layering Stamp & Die Set, or save more by subscribing to the Build-A-Flower Monthly Subscription Plan to save 14%.
Now on to my card details!
First I stenciled some warm yellow ink through the Lacy Tile stencil onto a 3-¾" x 5" piece of white card stock. I adhered this to a black mat layer and then to a top-folding A2 card base.
Next I stamped the images of the beautiful Build-A-Flower: Giant Bellflower. I stamped the outline with Jet Black ink. The flower layers are stamped with Wisteria, Hydrangea, and Ultraviolet inks from the Enchanted Garden ink cube set. I stamped the stem and leaves with Firefly and Grass Field ink from the Green Valley ink cube set. The included layering guide makes this so easy! I cut the image out with the coordinating die and added foam tape to the back to adhere it to the card.
I stamped one of the sentiments from the BAF Giant Bellflower set with black ink, trimmed it into a strip and added some foam tape to the back to pop it up. I added a few crystal gems from my stash for a touch of sparkle!
Thank you very much for stopping by! Be sure to leave a comment here, on my blog, to increase your chances to win one of the wonderful prizes!
Continue hopping to the next amazing designer: Nanette S. Madero and leave comments at each stop!
$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 List:
Carol Hintermeier <<< that's me!
Nenette S. Madero - your next stop
Simply gorgeous! Wow well done!ReplyDelete
Beautiful card, love the background.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous stenciled background and floral colors.ReplyDelete
The yellow stenciled background really makes the purple and green pop.ReplyDelete
That is sooooooooo pretty.. love the colors you chose and your background pops the card :) tyfsReplyDelete
Purple and green -- my favorite color comboReplyDelete
Beautiful card. Love the coloring. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Ah! There's nothing like purple and green! Very pretty card.ReplyDelete
These Bellflowers are so beautiful! I love them against the yellow.ReplyDelete
These Giant Bell Flowers are amazing! Beautiful color choice and I love the stenciled background!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous! Beautiful colors, and a great background to show these beauties offReplyDelete
Gorgeous card. I love the stenciled background.ReplyDelete
Marisela Delgado said: So beautiful! email@example.comReplyDelete
Gorgeous card. I love those beautiful purple blooms!ReplyDelete
Pretty card! Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous card! Love the colors…ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing.
oh my, Carol...the yellow gold background is so pretty with the purple.ReplyDelete
Thanks for inspiring!
Love the purple and yellow together! So pretty!ReplyDelete
This beautiful purple color is what I would call periwinkle! Love your card design so much.ReplyDelete
Nice project share. I like the stenciled background created.ReplyDelete
Love the background. Very pretty card.ReplyDelete
Very pretty card. Love the yellow and purple together.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous!! The stenciled, yellow background is a perfect backdrop for those beautiful flowers!ReplyDelete
Your card is gorgeous, I love the colors you used.ReplyDelete
Beautiful stencil design and color combo! Love the flowers!ReplyDelete