Happy April, friends!
It is time to share a project with this month's Build-a Flower Coneflower.
I am sharing my take over Altenew Card Blog.
This stamp set features two beautiful layered coneflowers. Each part of the flower (flower center, petals, leaves, and stems) comes with two coloring-layering stamps. The larger flower has three color layers for the petals.
The most common coneflowers are likely the purple or pink ones. I decided to stamp a few bright-colored coneflowers. Each of the flowers has its distinctive shape and that makes it super easy to line up.
By following the guide from the package, I was able to stamp each of the coneflowers easily.
The following are the color combos for these coneflowers.
Pink Coneflower: Pink Diamond, Fuchsia, and Coral Berry (outline).
Yellow/orange Coneflower: Vanilla Cream, Orange Cream, and Snapdragon.
Greenery: Tropical Forest Crisp Dye Ink Oval Set (Bamboo, Parrot, and Olive).
For the blue framed background, I took out the Small Ink Blending Tools and applied Sea Breeze with Simple Frame Mask Stencil. While the stencil was still in place, I took out my Airbrush Tool (compatible with Altenew Artist Markers) and sprayed some tiny droplets within the frame.
TIP: if you love the clean and simple designs, do try out the Simple Frame Mask Stencil. This stencil will contain all of your floral arrangement within the rectangle and gives your design a very polished look instantly!
Now, you must go check out today's blog hop. I know the designers have creating amazing projects! So, be prepared to be wowed and inspired!
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