Hello and thank you for joining the blog hop celebrating BAF Wild Rose. This month's build a flower from Altenew is a delightful large floral image that I had a lot of fun stamping with inks from different color families.
If you are joining us on the hop, you have just come from the uber talented, Reiko Tsuchida from Scrapbook 101. Your next stop on the hop is my fellow New England Crafty Girl, Bridget Casey.
Within this Build-A-Flower stamp set, there are beautiful floral images that you can either color or do layered stamping. My projects for BAF Wild Rose push color boundaries and use colors from different Altenew ink sets. I was gifted this stamp set from Altenew to help inspire your creativity. Click below for some more information and details on the blog hop giveaway!
Each month, Altenew hosts a challenge on their blog. The challenge is to come up with a project based on either the challenge colors or the image or both. This month's color palette of pinks and reds was really inspiring to me so I decided to play along. Read on to see how I interpreted Altenew's color challenge for January.
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.
Altenew Education Certification Program level 2 challenge
Here it is....the final challenge of level 2. So far I have taken 20 Altenew Academy classes and made 37 cards. This has been a really great experience to improve my card presentation and to learn different techniques. For this challenge I had to make a home decor project using inspiration from some of the 20 classes I have taken. I decided to make some prints in the spirit of John Audubon’s nature prints. I had been planning on purchasing some Audubon original book plates but these are really expensive. The book plates have really simple images and have just a flower or birds with the species name in typeface. Altenew stamp sets have beautiful detailed images that I thought would work great for this project. Read on for how I put together these home decor pieces. If you have questions on the Altenew Educator Program, please let me know as I would be happy to talk about my experiences so far. I’ve included affiliate links in this post for the items I used to make these pieces. If you use these links to purchase the items, I may get a small commission at no cost to you. Thank you for your support.
Altenew Color Your Day
In the mood for color
For the latest installment of my Altenew Educator Certification Program, I was inspired by a class called, In the Mood for Color. In this class, the instructor discussed how different colors evoke certain moods, I wanted to explore this so I made two cards that contain the same elements and design but in different colors. I chose yellow which signifies energy and blue which signifies calm. I used Altenew Peony Bouquet stamp set to build the flower which will be the main design element on the card. Please read on for how I assembled this card. And leave me a comment about which color you like the best.
AECP Build a Scene Class
All About Layering 2
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