Welcome to Tulips, the newest release from Altenew Paint-A-Flower family. If you’re new to Paint-A-Flower, this is a monthly subscription where each month has a new beautiful open floral image which you can color. If you’re hopping along with us today, you’ve just come from Theresa Litchfield. Your next stop is Kari VanNoy. Check out the Altenew Card Blog for more information and a chance to win some prizes.
The Tulips stamp set is a beautiful bouquet with four large tulips taking center stage. I thought this floral image would pair well with the larger vase from Versatile Vases. I first stamped the vase and then the floral image onto watercolor paper using Altenew Obsidian pigment ink. Since Obsidian is a pigment ink, it doesn't react with water. All images were painted using Altenew Artists’ Watercolor paint set. The sorry tag is from The Eucalyptus Jar stamp set. I stamped the sorry stamp onto Neenah solar white 80Lb and clear heat embossed and the cut out with the corresponding die. The sorry tag was added onto the card by punching holes in the card front and the tag and tied it on with some twine.
Altenew Calla Lily Gel Pens
Included with this paint-allowed release are a few crafting essentials. One is this gel pen Calla Lily set. These pens are so fun. I’ve been using these pens to write notes on all of the cards I’ve sent this month. I love the gel ink; the ink dries so quickly and is crisp. Also writing with these Calla Lily pens makes me smile and makes a tedious task go so much faster.
$200 in total prizes! To celebrate this release, Altenew is giving away a $50 gift certificate to 1 lucky winner and a $15 gift certificate to 10 winners! Please leave a comment on the Altenew Card Blog and/or each designer’s blog post on the blog hop list below by 12/28/2020 for a chance to win.
Altenew will draw 11 random winners from the comments left on each stop of this blog hop and announce the winners on theAltenew Winners Page on 12/30/2020.
Check out the other designers in this blog hop. There is so much inspiration from all of these talented people.
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