Altenew Build-A-Flower: Clover Release

Altenew Build-A-Flower: Clover Release

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It’s the first of the month, and that means it’s time for a new Build-a-Flower and a giveaway blog hop! You should be arriving from Kelly Griglione’s blog. If not, you can track back to the Altenew Card Blog to start at the beginning, or continue around until you loop back here.

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welcome, clover!

This month’s Build-a-Flower is clover. I  know, I know, so many of us spend so much time trying to get it out of our lawns, but, you have to admit, it’s a pretty flower! Hey, and those sentiments are great too, right?!

There’s three ways to get this stamp & die set!

clover field

I really enjoy that the Build-a-Flower series is so versatile! Sometimes there’s an outline stamp you can use on its own. Or, you can choose to omit various layers for different looks. Sometimes, I even explore different ways to use the stamps, like today’s faux watercolor look.

greeting card featuring altenew build-a-flower clover
greeting card featuring altenew build-a-flower clover

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live on release day!

Join me LIVE on YouTube at 4PM US Central today, September 1st, while I recreate this project and we chat about the new BAF set. If you miss the live broadcast, the replay will be below, or on my YouTube channel!

share and inspire someone today!

greeting card featuring altenew build-a-flower clover

Thank You!

Time is precious and I’m truly grateful that you chose to spend a few minutes of your day here!
I would love to connect with you on Instagram, YouTube, and Pinterest where we have the opportunity to share and interact even more!

​Now, about that GIVEAWAY…

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 by 9/7/2020 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 Winners Page on 09/09/2020.

GOOD LUCK!

Time to hop along!

Be sure to hop over to the talented Dana Joy for another amazing project. And don’t forget to leave comments along the way to enter all the giveaways!

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70 thoughts on “Altenew Build-A-Flower: Clover Release”

    • I really dig the soft pastel pink you used for the flowers. Seems like a perfect card design for a wedding or bridal shower!

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    • Gorgeous faux watercolor look on this clover card, Nicole! Between the colors, stamp layers chosen, and varied intensities, it adds so many extra “layers” and dimension on the base itself– truly lovely!

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  1. Nicole, the only thing I can say is, I love the different pinks. (My favorite color). I liked looking at all the details you added. There are a lot of different techniques and yet it looks calm and peaceful. I am learning a lot by looking at the different blogs. Thank you fir the inspiration.

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  2. I love love the water color look! I’m amazed at all the different card styles and designs you can make with this stamp set! It really is a lot more versatile then I thought!

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  3. Really, really, really pretty! I love pink and green together, so would like it any way, but just really like the way you arranged the card and the way you got the loose water color look. I set the alarm for the reminder for you video!

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  4. Beautiful card, as usual! Love how your technique is always unique. I learn so much from you. I am going to have Alexa remind me to watch the live today. Time always gets away from me.

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  5. This is very cool – loving the watercolor look of the flowers. Appreciate learning different techniques to achieve different looks all using the same stamp. Great blog hop and super inspiring use of this new stamp set!

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  6. Thank you for this outstanding video! You’re so good at explaining why you use which stamp in which place, also how to choose between the various colors. I’ve been looking for a good “sequence” of pinks, and I think you’ve found it for me.

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  7. Hi Nicole 🙂 Your card is sooooo magical!!! I love the depth you achieved on it! Thanks for doing the video to help us see your technique! AND thank you for all the inspiration 🙂

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