Parrot Tulip, newest member to the Altenew Build-A-Flower
shrsl.com/2ni5fWelcome to my stop on the December Build-a-Flower blog hop celebrating the newest member of the BAF family: Parrot Tulip! If you’re hopping along you’ve just come from the amazingly creative Virginia Lu; she always thinks of different ways to use her supplies and I’m always on awe of her work. Your next stop is the talented Tenia Nelson whose work I absolutely adore. For full details and to see the full hop list, check out the Altenew card blog.
Parrot Tulip is an amazing addition to the Build-a-Flower family. This frilled tulip was easy to line up and just made a beautiful and realistic image. If you are new to Build-a-Flower, Altenew offers amonthly subscription service that automatically sends you the newest Build-a-Flower stamp and coordinating dies to your door every month at a reduced price. Or you can purchase the set once it has been released. If you are not a subscriber, definitely pick up the Parrot Tulip stamp and die set. You can even get a coordinating ink set! Keep reading on for the cards I made using this great stamp and die set.
Altenew Build-A-Flower: Hawaiian Coral Release Blog Hop + Giveaway
Aloha to the Hawaiian Coral, newest member of the Build A Flower family. This beautiful layered floral set comes with the coordinating dies. If you are new to Altenew Build-A-Flower family, you can sign up for a monthly subscription which gives you a discount and the set delivered to your door each month. The Hawaiian Coral Build-A-Flower also comes with coordinating inks. If you are following along on the hop, you have come from the amazing, Norine Boys and your next stop is the talented, Svitlana Shayevich. Hop along and get inspired with the Hawaiian Coral stamp set. If you get lost along the way, check out the Altenew Blog for more information. For your convenience, I have included affiliate links in this post and a supplies list.
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