Altenew Paint-A-Flower: Daffodil Release

Altenew Paint-A-Flower: Daffodil Release

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Altenew Paint-A-Flower: Daffodil Release

Jun 22, 2020Card Themes, Encouragement89 comments

Altenew Paint-A-Flower: Daffodil Release

Jun 22, 2020Card Themes, Encouragement89 comments

Welcome back for another Paint-a-Flower and a giveaway blog hop! You should be arriving from the incomparable Norine Borys’ 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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introducing daffodil

This month’s Paint-a-Flower is a lovely daffodil set. There’s a few sentiments included with not one but two floral arrangements featuring daffodils. Of course, you can purchase this 4×6 stamp set on its own, or sign up for the monthly subscription at a discount!

 

border layout revisited

A few weeks ago, I did this project for a stamp & die release. It was a real big hit! Everyone commented how they liked that I turned the Blossom Wreath into a border. Well… you can do the same thing with the PAF Daffodil! I took the floral spray image and stamped it sideways in the center, then stamped parts of the same spray on the top and the bottom to make a complete border. I added in the same watercolor blob to help the cut sentiment stand out.

For a real casual look, I started with some messy watercolor over the heat embossed border. Then, I came back with some extra detail to help give some dimension.

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detailed messy watercolor

The watercolor technique I used to create this card is something I call detailed messy watercolor. It’s an interesting look that will keep you stress-free as you can paint outside the lines!

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​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 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 THIS POST on 06/30/2020.

GOOD LUCK!

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

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89 thoughts on “Altenew Paint-A-Flower: Daffodil Release”

  1. Love this stress free style of watercolor and you card is beautiful showcasing this daffodil design so well!

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  2. I like your idea of turning different configurations of florals into borders. I also like your detailed messy watercoloring! Thank you for the ideas.

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  3. Thank you so much for the tutorial. The first thing I thought when I saw your card was “How exactly did she do that?” I love the look, but am fairly new to watercolor, especially no-line! Beautiful card. Love how you did the border, as well!

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  4. Such a blissful palette of summer – absolutely perfect for your sentiment. Love being able to stretch stamps into creating more than originally intended. A lovely card indeed.

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  5. Love the water coloring lesson you have given. It makes it so much easier to see it done. Now I think I can try it! Love how it turned out!

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  6. Your use of this stamp as a vertical border is wonderful. I enjoyed the video and you presentation of how you colored the project. Colors are “happy colors” and put a smile on my face and I loved your nail polish that complements your color vision.

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  7. Thanks for showing this technique. I love loose looking watercolour & I like the patch of green watercolour under the sentiment. Such a pretty card!

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  8. Beautiful card and awesome looking technique. I do better with the watercolor brush pens so I think I’ll try that.

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  9. Gorgeous colors on your card. I really like how you emphasized the sentiment with adding the background swirl just underneath the sentiment only, it really made it stand out. I will have to try that idea on one of my cards. Thank you for sharing your ideas and talent with us. I really look forward to these blogs!

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  10. Now that’s really pretty. The daffodils are such a whimsical flower, I have them in my garden and love the way they dance in the wind, exactly perfect for this border. Love the messy part, now you’re talking what I do unintentionally. Then the blob. .. I am one with this card, Love that daffodil stamp!

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  11. Hi Nicole 🙂 Love the watercolor…thanks for the encouragement to get mine out again! Stunning!!! Thanks for the inspiration 🙂

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