Today I’m excited to be joining in Altenew’s Blog Hop for the release of the Paint-a-Flower: Gerbera Revolution stamp set! These flowers come in many colors, but I fell in love with this burgundy version and thought that I would try to replicate it on my card. See below for a description of how I made it!
There is also an Altenew Giveaway with this hop, so scroll down for those details too!
ALL SUPPLIES ARE LISTED & LINKED TO ALTENEW FOR PURCHASE BELOW!
- I used a Grapevine Crisp Dye Ink cube to make the edging on the background panel. When it was dry, I used a corner rounding punch.
- I used the Dotted Swirls Debossing Die on a piece of cream-colored cardstock & then rounded those corners too.
- I stamped the Gerbera onto a piece of vellum and heat embossed it with Rose Gold Embossing Powder.
- Next I colored the flowers and leaves on the BACK of the vellum with Artist Alcohol Markers.
- I fussy-cut the whole image out and adhered it to the cream panel with double-sided adhesive tape.
- The sentiment is from the Gerbera set, and it is also heat embossed with rose gold.
- I fussy-cut it out and put it on a small background made with one of the Featured Sentiments Dies & colored with a Grapevine Artist Marker.
- The embellishments are Antique Gold Sequins.
ALTENEW GIVEAWAY: $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 04/28/2022 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 04/30/2022.
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See you next time! 😊