Welcome back everyone! It’s time for a new release in the Build-A-Flower series from Altenew. This month if the amazing Torch Ginger Layering stamp set. We are celebrating today with a blog hop filled with inspiration and prizes which I’ll go into more detail down below.
I used the Red Cosmos ink set to stamp my layering images for my first card. Then used the coordinating die to cut them out.
My background was created by ink blending just the leaves from the Rose Bouquet stencil onto white cardstock with Grass Field ink.
I squished the Shadow Creek ink pad down onto my craft mat, spritzed with water and flicked this mixture onto the background for some added interest. Once the panel was dry, I stamped the sentiment using my Misti tool.
Then attached the flowers onto my background with a tape runner.
For my next card, I stamped only a couple of the layers onto white cardstock using Rose Quartz and Puffy Heart inks.
I masked off a corner of an A2 size panel and ink blended Sunray Ink with blending brushes. When ink blending, I started dark in the corner and had the ink fade off as I blended towards the middle of the card.
I finished off with a sentiment stamped in Black ink and attaching my flower with foam squares.
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. We’ll 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 Card blog on 04/09/2020.
If you arrived here from LauraJane’s blog you are in the right spot! If you missed any stops along the way you can start at the beginning on the Altenew blog. Your next stop is Maryam Perez.
- Altenew Card Blog
- Nathalie DeSousa
- Vicky Papaioannou
- Virginia Lu
- Mindy Eggen ***YOU ARE HERE***
- Maryam Perez
- Kelly Griglione
- Nicole Watt
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Hi from Clearwater, Florida! Those flowers are lovely!
Gorgeous cards. The styles and colors are beautiful.
Gorgeous cards! Love Altenew floral stamps & dies!
Your card is beautiful, and that stamp set is “to die for!”
Love how you created the soft leaves using the rose stencil! That bold torch flower is just gorgeous! Thanks for your ideas!
Beautiful cards. Love the elegance of the second card.
Howdy. I found you through Altenew’s page to see how you’ve used their Build-a-Flower: Torch Ginger stamp set. Very nice.
Love the clean and simple look of that second card. Beautiful
Lovely cards! Fabulous clean designs and I love the comparison of bold vs soft colors on your blooms.
Your cards are lovely! This stamp set looks great colored in such a variety of ways.
Hi from Cheshire, CT. I love your cards !! Absolutely amazing!
Such beautiful clean and simple cards! I do so appreciate CAS! Thank you for sharing your talents!
Just lovely. These flowers are really versatile — if they were colored in purple they might look like clover!
Gorgeous cards! Love your designs.
Simply sweet! And beautiful. Think I may have inked out the white between the beautiful torch ginger on the first card. That card is gorgeous!, Thanks for the inspiration and please stay safe and healthy!
Very pretty! So delicate and lovely!
I am really loving this stamp set. Altenew knows florals, that’s for sure!
Two very lovely cards! This is a beautiful flower set!
Beautiful cards! I love the yellow corner ink blending. It really shows off the flower.
Beautiful cards! 🙂
I like the backgrounds for these pretty flowers.
Simple and beautiful cards! 🙂
Both are simple and beautiful!!
I always enjoy your cards and especially your videos so much Mindy and as usual they’re both gorgeous! Thanks so much for all you do!
Beautiful cards!! This new flower is just amazing!!
This HOP certainly has been jam packed with ideas, techniques and tips. Love your “tip” using the Rose Bouquet stencil leaves instead of Torch Ginger leaf stamp. A “pretty as a picture” way to mix it up and, I feel, a great out–of–the box idea!
Lovely cards. I really like the way you did the yellow ink blending.
Beautiful work. Thank you Altenew for creating inks in sets so we can easily match them when layering.
Thanks ffor writing