Altenew Stamp Focus: Bold Blossom

Hello crafty friends, happy Monday!
I’m up on the Altenew blog today with my flower cards using the newly released Bold Blossom stamp set.
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yoonsunhur-20161017-altenew-a001For my first card, I created a tone-on-tone floral pattern on the SSS Lipstick Red card base in Altenew Ruby Red dye ink. Next I stamped the layered flower and leaves from the Bold Blossom set on white card stock using some Altenew dye inks:
Flower: Frosty Pink (the base layer), Coral Berry, Ruby Red (the darkest parts)
Leaves: Frayed Leaf, Forest Glades, Evergreen.
And then I fussy cut them out. For the sentiment, I heat embossed it from the Sentiments & Quotes set on black card stock in white, cut the sentiment using scissors. I decorated the bottom of the card with the Altenew Gold Glitter Tape.
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yoonsunhur-20161017-altenew-b001For my second card, I repeatedly stamped the flowers & leaves on the Altenew Spicy Yogurt card base in blues and greens – I used a MISTI to get exact placement of my stamped layers! I used Mountain Mist, Volcano Lake, Lagoon dye inks for the green flowers and Sea Glass, Ocean Waves, Dusk for the blue flowers. For the sentiment, I stamped it from the Floral Sprig set in Jet Black dye ink.
yoonsunhur-20161017-altenew-b002Altenew layered flower stamps are becoming more and more realistic!!

yoonsunhur-20161017-altenew-c001For my last card, I heat embossed them on kraft card base in white. And I die cut the word “Thank you” from white card stock using the word dies in the Majestic Bloom die set.

Thank you so much for stopping by. Happy crafting!!

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6 thoughts on “Altenew Stamp Focus: Bold Blossom

  1. All three cards are just stunning! The first one would make a lovely Christmas card (different sentiment, of course). Love the softness of the second. Kraft and white is always a great combo.

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