Video : Build-A-Flower: Daffodil Blog Hop & Giveaway!

Today I decided to try something a little bit different with the newest Build-A-Flower: Daffodil from Altenew.  This stamp set is released today and we are hopping along to celebrate so you should have arrived here from SVETA’s incredible blog!

I decided it would be easiest to show you this technique in a video so you can watch the process, you can scroll down for the link and also to find out how you can WIN.

Altenew - BAF Daffodil - You Are - Therese Calvird (card video) 1 copy

My card base is Parchment Cardstock from Altenew and I heat embossed a sentiment from the You Are Stamp Set on a piece of Cherry Wood Specialty Paper.

Altenew - BAF Daffodil - You Are - Therese Calvird (card video) 1 copy

You can see my video here or Watch it in HD at YouTube.

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Prizes:
To celebrate this release, Altenew is giving away a $30 gift certificate to six lucky winners! Please leave a comment on the Altenew Card Blog and/or Altenew Scrapbook Blog for a chance to win. Three winners will be announced on the Card Blog and the other three winners will be announced on the Scrapbook Blog on 11/7/2018.

Also I will randomly choose a winner from the comments left on this post (only one comment per person) to win a $20 gift certificate to the Altenew Online Store,  you have until midnight 4th November (AEST) and I will announce the winner here on 5th November.

Let’s Hop!

Altenew Card Blog

Svitlana Shayevich

Laura Jane

Kymona Tracey

Sveta Fotinia

Therese Calvird

Jung AhSang

Erum Tasneem

Altenew Scrapbook Blog

Lilith Eeckels

Lydia Evans

Leigh Houston

Laurie Willison

Virginia Lu

 From here you are heading to JUNG’s awesome blog, there is so much inspiration along the way, so if you missed anything don’t forget you can start at the beginning CLICK HERE.

Thanks so much for stopping by, I’ve linked all the products below or you can find them here at Altenew.  Have the most wonderful day!

Therese signature 2

Other Supplies:  Prismacolor Pencils – White / Canary Yellow / Goldenrod / Yellowed Orange / Limepeel / Olive Green / Moss Green / Light Umber.

Classic Crest Solar White 110lb
Classic Crest Solar White 110lb
ALT
Parchment
Parchment
ALT
Cherry Wood
Cherry Wood
ALT
BAF: Daffodil
BAF: Daffodil
ALT
You Are
You Are
ALT | EH
Orange Cream
Orange Cream
ALT | EH
Embossing Ink
Embossing Ink
ALT | EH
Citrus Burst
Citrus Burst
ALT | EH
Fresh Lemon
Fresh Lemon
ALT | EH
Honey Drizzle
Honey Drizzle
ALT | EH
Mocha
Mocha
ALT | EH
Warm & Cozy
Warm & Cozy
ALT | EH
Pocketful of Sunshine
Pocketful of Sunshine
ALT | EH
Coffee Break
Coffee Break
ALT | EH
Unicorn White
Unicorn White EH
Pure White
Pure White
ALT | EH
Heat Tool
Heat Tool
EH
Embossing Magic Bag
Embossing Magic Bag
EH
Prismacolor Pencils
Prismacolor Pencils
EH
Mini Blossom
Mini Blossom
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Acrylic Blocks
Acrylic Blocks
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Bone Folder
Bone Folder
EH
Guillotine
Guillotine
EH
Paper Trimmer
Paper Trimmer
EH
Mini Score Board
Mini Score Board
EH
Foam Squares small
Foam Squares small
EH
Glue Tape
Glue Tape
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117 thoughts on “Video : Build-A-Flower: Daffodil Blog Hop & Giveaway!

  1. What’s more beautiful than a daffodil? A whole card front of them done in no-line by Therese! Thanks so much for brightening my dreary day.

  2. Love, love, love the look of no line coloring. And these
    beautiful daffodils are perfect on kraft. Gorgeous card, tfs!

  3. What a stunning card!
    The coloring is so beautiful. It must have taken you quite some time to color it, but it was time well spend.
    Wow!

  4. This technique looks so beautiful on the parchment card stock. Thanks for all the tips as you created this gorgeous card!

  5. Coloring is really calming, isn’t it?! And you color so beautifully. These are such pretty daffodils, too. I will admit that I do love layering flowers, and this set (as in their others) makes it so easy. Wonderful card, Therese! Love it! : )

  6. You always do a wonderful job with your cards and I appreciate the videos also. Great card showcasing this new Build a flower.

  7. Love the parchment paper and the cherrywood paper for the sentiment — just lovely!!! They go so well with the lovely daffodils, which are gorgeous with no lines!!!

  8. Absolutely gorgeous! I also love white daffs and look forward to their appearance every year – a sign that we’re out of winter and into spring.

  9. Stunning as always! I love the way you achieved the no line colouring in this one. I will store that technique away for the future.

  10. The daffodils stamped in white & then lightly coloured & shaded on that kraft parchment paper makes them look “dreamy”. Does that sound right? Maybe the wrong word… You said they don’t look realistic? I do beg to differ. They look marvellous! Thanks for the video as well.

  11. Your card is so beautiful! Because of your gorgeous inking and coloring, the flowers look so realistic. I love the white ink on the kraft paper.

  12. Gorgeous card, I like the way you use the white ink as the no outline rather than a light brown or gray as I have seen before.

  13. I saw this on Instagram this morning and have waited patiently to get home from work to watch the video.
    So worth the wait. Beautiful card and I love how it looks like a cropped image of a field of daffodils.
    This white technique is so effective on the Kraft like paper.
    Could watch you colour forever.
    Cheers
    Lisa

  14. I love the card that you made with the newest build a flower, daffodils! The specialty papers used for the card really drew out even more of daffodils yellow! I thank you for sharing your techniques with us!

  15. This card is so pretty. You make it look so effortless. I am very heavy handed (and very impatient) when I’m coloring. I admire anyone with the patience to color so nicely. Thanks for sharing.

  16. Your daffodils look wonderful on this parchment color. I don’t have much success with white pigment ink, but you give me hope. Love this process and the finished card. Nicely done.

  17. I’ve never seen no line coloring like this before and found it quite interesting. I loved the solid stamping then coloring, a neat technique. Your coloring is awesome!! The daffodils are darling!!

  18. Such a gorgeous card Therese!!! I really enjoyed watching your video and especially learning about the technique you used to created this card. I just love how the flowers look so soft and and you created such movement in the leaves. Thank you for sharing your beautiful card, so very inspiring!

  19. Therese this card is more like a picture you would frame and put on the wall. Those flowers look amazing stamped on Kraft, the layers then your colouring absolutely finish them to perfection.

  20. As always, your card is amazing. The flowers look so realistic. Really enjoyed watching you. Thank you for sharing your tips and techniques with us.

  21. Therese, your card is gorgeous! Thank you for sharing your technique, skill, and process in a video, that was perfect!

  22. Gorgeous coloring. Your daffodil’s look so realistic that I want to put them in water to enjoy! Your card is absolutely stunning. Thank you for inspiring me to want to replicate your coloring.

  23. Gorgeous card! The flowers look so realistic! Love this beautiful BAF set! Daffodils are a favorite! We have lots of them in our yard and I look forward to them as our first sign of spring!

  24. Absolutely gorgeous. thank you for showing this on a video. It makes it so much easier to understand how you created this card. I haven’t done a lot of stamping so really appreciate your instructions.

  25. Your card is gorgeous! I love the look of no-line coloring, but I’m not very good at it. You’ve inspired me to keep working at it.

  26. OOOh! Daffodils! One of my favourite flowers! This is a gorgeous set and your card is really lovely. Thanks for the helpful video

  27. Absolutely love the daffodils! I could watch you color and create all day. The flowers are just so delicate in real life and yours are the same.

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