Craft-a-Flower: African Daisy Blog Hop

It’s time for another new Altenew Craft-a-Flower set! These African Daisies are so pretty and easy to put together! Also, Altenew is sponsoring a Giveaway. Here are the details:

$200 in total prizes! To celebrate this release, Altenew is giving away a $50 gift certificate to 2 lucky winners and a $20 gift certificate to 5 winners! Please leave a comment on the Altenew Card Blog and/or each designer’s blog post on the blog hop list below by 04/13/2022 for a chance to win. Altenew will draw 7 random winners from the comments left on each stop of this blog hop and announce the winners on the Altenew Winners Page on 04/15/2022.

When I did some research on African Daisies, I fell in love with this particular example that has a blend of pink, purple and orange! I decided that I wanted to try to duplicate it! I did use a sparkle pen on the finished flowers, so it reflected a bit in the pic, but in real life, they look really similar! So I am happy with how they turned out. Keep reading if you want to know how I made my card. 😊



  • Cut a piece of white cardstock to measure 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″ for the background panel.
  • Run this panel through a die cutting machine with the Woven Basket 3D Embossing Folder.
  • Back a large piece of white cardstock with a Double-Sided Adhesive Sheet.
  • ,Use the main die in the set as a pattern and lightly draw around it with a pencil.
    • Make 3 of these large circles for each flower you want to make.
  • Blend inks within this larger circle, making three concentric circles of purple, pink, and orange.
    • I used Hydrangea, Pinkaliscious, and Autumn Blaze Crisp Dye Inks.
    • In addition, do the same thing with the small bud, but blend the colors from the bottom to the top of the bud shape.
  • Die cut all of the flower layers out, remove the release paper, and adhere them together according to the included Layering Guide.
  • Choose a piece of blue and a piece of green patterned paper from the Altenew Blends Paper Pack & trim them to measure 3 3/4″ x 5 1/2″.
  • Place these 2 pieces on top of each other and cut a swerve to act as a mound of grass. You want to cut through the blue as well, because after cutting, these two pieces will fit together exactly at the seam.
    • Use liquid glue to adhere the 2 pieces to an extra piece of cardstock cut to 3 3/4″ x 5 1/2″.
  • Also cut the flower stems from the same gradient green patterned paper.
  • Use liquid glue to attach the flowers and stems to the blue/green panel.
  • Add a strip of Graph Die Cut washi tape to resemble a white picket fence across the bottom of the panel.
  • Stamp a sentiment onto white cardstock and die cut with the smallest tag from the Terrific Tags Die set. Adhere it to the fence with foam tape.
  • Adhere the flower panel to the background panel with foam tape for dimension, and you’re all done!

Thanks for joining me today! I would love to have you become a member of my Facebook Cardmaking Community! It’s a great place to find friends, encourage others, and be supported in your cardmaking journey! 

Be sure to start the hop on the Altenew Blog. The site before me is Eva Bussom, and your next stop is with Amy Hill! See you next time!


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  2. Kay Furnish

    Such a great idea to post a picture of the real flower you used for inspiration. Mother Nature sure knows how to color, doesn’t she? Beautiful card.

  3. Inkin' Chickie

    Great design share. I’ve looked at the washi, but wasn’t sure how to use. This is a great sample. I think this would make a great mini calendar design.

  4. Janelle Breson

    I really like the blending you did on each flower. The washi tape really ground the flowers. Beautiful!

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