Altenew Build-A-Flower: Ranunculus Release + Giveaway

Hello crafty friends, happy Thursday!
We are already passing through the middle of this month, and that means it’s time for another beautiful Build-A-Flower set! This month it’s Build-A-Flower: Ranunculus – It’s only available as a set, not individual product.

I started by creating striped background with the Watercolor Stripes stencil. I laid the stencil over watercolour paper panel and then inked with Pumice Stone Distress ink. Next, I stamped layered ranunculus from the Build-A-Flower: Ranunculus set using some Distress and dye inks:
Flower: Scattered Straw (Base), Fossilized Amber (Accent) Distress inks
Leaves: Frayed Leaf (Base), Forest Glades (Accent) Dye inks
I then die cut them with the matching dies. Once the background panel was dry, I mounted it on an A2 sized white card base using double-sided tape first, stamped the sentiment in black pigment ink, then added the ranunculus using foam tape.

For my second card, I stamped outlined flowers & leaves on watercolour paper in black pigment ink, and then coloured them with Distress inks and markers.
Please visit and leave a comment on the Altenew blog for a chance to win one of THREE $30 gift certificates!!

Thank you so much for stopping by. Happy crafting!

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18 thoughts on “Altenew Build-A-Flower: Ranunculus Release + Giveaway

  1. What gorgeous cards! I especially love the card with the watercolor stripes – so beautiful. Thanks so much for sharing!

  2. Both cards are stunning. The first one with the ranunculus in soft yellow tones really are complimented by the watercolor background and the droplet embellishments. The second card with the bright ranunculus totally pop off the awesome Woodgrain Cardstock. Well done!

  3. Love your cards. Love the Maya Angelou sentiment on the first card. There was no link to the stamp. Do you know if it’s available somewhere?

  4. Especially like the yellow flower with the striped background! Thanks for showing how the stamp set looks layered or with just the outline and then water colored.

  5. This flower is fantastic. I wonder how hard they are to grow? Love your color choices. The yellow against the grey stripe is my favorite. Thanks for inspiring and for a chance at a prize.

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