Mar 22, 2021

Altenew Paint-A-Flower: Coral Sunset Outline Stamp Set Release Blog Hop + Giveaway

Hey Hi All,

Welcome to Altenew Paint-A-Flower: Coral Sunset Outline Stamp Set Release Blog Hop.

SO Stoked to join Altenew for this Blog Hop


You must have arrived from the Talented Jaycee Gasper's blog.

Else if you are starting from here, I have a full blog hop list at the end of my post.

I have created two coloured variation cards using this Beautifully Detailed Floral Outline Stamp : Coral Sunset



To create this card, first I stamped the image using second generation stamping with the Altenew Limestone Crisp Dye ink





Colored the images using Graphite Lead pencils and smudged it with paper stump for the shadows. Used Yellow Colored pencil to color the floral centre. Main sentiment is stamped over the floral panel and White heat embossed sentiment strip is mounted onto the panel. This floral panel is then trimmed and foam mounted onto a black A2 sized cardbase and finished off with few clear dew droplets.


For my second card, stamped the floral outline using antique linen Distress ink and attempted the No line coloring technique over the image using Watercolor markers.




The colored panel is then fussy cut. The sentiment is stamped over a white A2 sized cardbase using Altenew Jet black crisp dye ink in such a way leaving space for the focal element.

Fussy cut floral spray then foam mounted and few clear dew droplets are added as accents. 

Hope you like my two colored version cards. 

Now onto the most interesting part: Giveaway!

Giveaway Prizes:

$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 03/27/2021 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 03/30/2021. 


Complete Blog Hop List :


Thanks for stopping by! 

Hope I have inspired you to try Altenew's New Beautiful Floral Outline Stampset: Coral Sunset


Happy Hopping!!


Crafty Hugs!


Linking this to following challenge:


Uniko challenge #64 Signs of Spring (Linking my 2nd card)



42 comments:

Mischelle Smith said...

Wonderful Paint a Flower stamp set by Altenew!

Sindhu said...

Beautiful cards Sathya...

Patty said...

Wow!! They are both so beautiful!!

Roxy T said...

Both your cards are really pretty, but it is the first of the two I would like to comment on. I have not seen that technique before. It looks like you sketched it yourself in pencil. That is a fun one to remember.

Esther Asbury said...

Gorgeous cards!! I love the classy look of the black and white one (with a pop of yellow), and the vibrant colors of the second!

Nandini said...

Both cards are stunning!

Sarah B said...

I am seeing more of the pencil shading and after seeing your lovely example I may have to give it a try. I also hadn't seen no-line done with alcohol markers. Thanks for sharing your great ideas and lovely cards.

joni said...

Both cards are gorgeous!

Pam G. said...

Both cards are charming, but I agree with others that the one done with pencil and just the yellow centers really grabs your attention. It's just lovely and looks hand drawn. Thanks!

CheriMrkva said...

Love them, especially the first one with just a bit of color!

Whiteibis said...

Really like the graphite pencil coloring and layout. Both cards are great inspiration when using the PAF.

Mary Ann said...

Wow! Your cards are so different from each other but both are outstanding. While the second is vibrant and more traditional, the first is very modern looking. Thank you for sharing your talent.

Heather said...

These are sooooo gorgeous!!! Love them both but that first one is just really fabulous! The graphite pencil really adds a hand-sketched look.

Lindsey NY said...

I found your first card to be stunning. I t is definitely a technique I want to try . You made it look like an original drawing 👏🏻

sharon g said...

WOWZERS, the tiny bit of color is so cool. I have never tried that before. Never thought of it before. I'm going to try it...

MadeByMeghanK said...

I love the black and white with pop of yellow and the orange coloring is fav!

Linda Wood said...

Both of your cards are beautiful, I can imagine ways to use either approach that you created.

Mirella said...

Whoa, Sathya, these are absolutely stunning, I am absolutely in love!

Lauryne Cunningham said...

Wow! Beautiful cards! I love the bit of yellow on the black and white card!

Unknown said...

Both cards are beautiful but the black and white with just a little yellow is very dramatic. Love both of them

Lois said...

Love your cards. Your orange card is so beautiful. Thanks for sharing

Jeanne Beam said...

Beautiful cards. Love the stamp set.
Thanks for sharing...

Dawn Cooksley said...

Both cards are soooo pretty...

gaylehicks said...

It's nice to see a more unusual technique!

Unknown said...

Two stunning cards!

Unknown said...

Both cards are beautiful, but the graphite and yellow pencil one is fabulous! Thanks for sharing.

NickiB said...

Loved how you did the grey one!! Amazing

Susanbcards said...

Both are lovely and I really like the colors in the second card.

DorothyA said...

Both cards are beautiful! I love the hand drawn, charcoal look in the first card and the yellow centers. And the second floral coloring is stunning- I have roses that color and they always get compliments.

Amber Bissonnette said...

I am in love with your first card!! The flower looks so beautiful in charcoal.

Quillish said...

I loved what you did with pencils for the first card Sathya, absolutely stunning, I am telling you, you started a new trend. You are so gifted and I love the bright vibrant orange for your second card.

Patricia St Martin said...

OMG just stunning! Love both cards. I did ordered some of the water colors and can’t wait to try them. Amazing job with the distress ink and the pencil is fantastic. Thanks so much for sharing.
Hugs Patricia

Liz. said...

Such a different and stunning approach to using this stamp. Thank you.

Liz. said...

Thanks for sharing a beautiful, and different, approach for using this stamp.

Patricia St Martin said...

OMG just stunning! You are SO talented, what you did with your pencil is wonderful and the distress ink fantastic. I just ordered the water colors and can’t wait to try them. Thanks for sharing your beautiful talents with us.
Hugs Patricia

kathy c said...

These cards are amazing. The graphite pencil on the first one is my favorite. Would have never thought to do that.

Ms. Tamp said...

Nice to see the set in these different styles.

Elizabeth Kuhn said...

Love the gorgeous orange and peach colors on the second card! Beautiful!

Izzy Scrap said...

Two stunning cards ! So different but wonderful, both of them. thanks so much for sharing and for playing along at Uniko.

Beverley said...

Absolutely LOVE these beautiful cards. Your colouring is amazing. Thank you for joining in on the fun at Uniko. Crafty Hugs Bev x

Prentzess said...

Although the graphite colored flowers were elegant, I was drawn to the vivid color in the orange flowers. It was eye-popping!

Prentzess said...

Although the graphite colored flowers were elegant, I was drawn to the vivid color in the orange flowers. It was eye-popping!