The Paint A Flower stamp set this month has two sweet designs that, as always, are perfect for coloring in with your favorite coloring/painting medium or using as an outline design.
I made a project with each of the images, and colored one in the most common Daffodil color scheme and the other in the rarer pink colors.
Both of my designs are stamped with Obsidian Black ink onto watercolor paper and painted with the Altenew Artist watercolor 36 pan paint palette. For the bookmark/gift tag I painted the design, including the background, then die cut it using the Rounded Rectangles Die set.
For the card, I stamped and painted the yellow daffodils, speckled the background with leftover paint and set it aside to fully dry. Then I used the Nesting Frames Dies to die cut an opening in the front of a patterned paper card panel.
I stamped a greeting from the PAF Daffodil stamp set with Obsidian Black ink on the front of the patterned paper panel, then covered the back with a sheet of fun foam with the center Nesting Frame die cut opening cut from it.
I positioned the painted Daffodils in the opening of the frame and adhered both to the front of a folded card base. Atypically, I decided to leave it at that with no further embellishment. I know! Touch my forehead, am I feeling well??
As with all Altenew blog hops, there are prizes! To celebrate this release, Altenew is giving away a $30 gift certificate to 5 lucky winners! Please leave a comment on the Altenew Card Blog for a chance to win. They will also draw a winner to receive a $15 gift certificate from the comments left on each designer’s blog on the blog hop list below. All winners will be announced on THIS POST on 06/30/2020.
Your next stop on the hop is Nicole’s blog! If you encounter any broken links along the way, please check back here for a complete blog hop list.
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