Altenew Build-A-Flower Lavender Release Blog Hop + Giveaway

It’s time for the new Altenew Build-A-Flower release blog hop! This month is a gorgeous Lavender. You can purchase this as just he Build-A-Flower set which comes with a coordinating die (HERE) or you can purchase it in a bundle (HERE).

GIVEAWAY

To celebrate this release, Altenew is giving away a $30 gift certificate to 6 lucky winners. Please leave a comment on the Altenew Card Blog and/or Altenew Scrapbook 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 the Altenew blogs on 11/9/19.

CARD DETAILS

I started my card by actually die cutting the image first. Then using my negative piece, I held my die cut image in place with a little bit of purple tape. It is easier to stamp my layering images this way.

I lined my images up in my Misti tool to stamp the layers in various Altenew colors. Then I set off on the side to work on my background.

I masked off the edges with some post it tape and ink blended Wisteria, Hydrangea and Ultraviolet inks. Then I mixed some water with Liquid Stardust onto my craft surface and flicked it onto my background with a paintbrush.

After removing my masked area, I realized a few droplets had gotten under my post it tape. To fix that I went around the edges with an embossing pen and heat embossed silver embossing powder to frame my ink blended area.

I finished off the card by heat embossing the sentiment in silver onto black card stock and fussing cutting. Then added to the front of the card with foam squares.

My second card was fairly easy. I had stamped the Build-A-Flower Lavender in a variety of colors from Altenew. I attached my images to a piece of white woodgrain card stock.

I finished off my card by die cutting the word “Friend” three times from black card stock and attached to the front of my card.

I hope you enjoyed today’s inspiration.

BLOG HOP

You’re next stop in the hop is Sveta Fotinia.

SUPPLIES

Below you will find links to the new release. Click the icon to start shopping. Compensated Affiliate links are used at no additional cost to you. Your support helps me to keep bringing you new projects and videos. Thank you!

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49 thoughts on “Altenew Build-A-Flower Lavender Release Blog Hop + Giveaway

  1. Liz O. says:

    Very pretty lavender images, the tiny inflorescence look so delicate, almost real.The sentiments are perfect on that casual font.Love both cards! Thank you for the gorgeous inspiration!

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  2. kjwinston says:

    Love how you fixed your boo-boo with the embossing pen! And doing the second card in non-lavender colors makes them look like foxglove or something (not a gardener). Just excellent.

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  3. Teri S. says:

    Love your first card with that rich background colour & the touches of silver. Beautiful!! I also really like the second one with the pop of red used on the middle lavender.

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  4. Linda BL says:

    Really like the embossed edge of the background. It was a great
    “save” and added a lot to your pretty card. Love the color choices for the lavender blooms.

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  5. Beverly Jordan says:

    I am in love with your first card!! Such deep purples and gorgeous touches! Your second is terrific that it shows a variety of colors we can use with the newest BAF!!

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  6. Carmela Hubler says:

    One of my favorite Build a Flower stamps sets! The lavender flowers are beautiful. Each and every project has been a joy to see.

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  7. knurse22 says:

    Love your ink blended background, and your stamped flower is lovely. I really like the die cut sentiment in black, too. Thanks for including how you fixed your little ‘whoops’—-always a learning experience for me!

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  8. Rozy says:

    Beautiful cards! They’re both amazing! Love your colors…do you remember what colors you used for the “red” lavender? That combination is wonderful! Love your fussy cutting and the silver embossed edge.

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