Altenew Craft-A-Flower: Peruvian Lily Layering Die Set Release Blog Hop + Giveaway

Hey everyone! It’s the 7th of the month, which means it’s time for the June 2021 Craft-a-Flower reveal (ALT)! I’m so excited to join Altenew for the brand new Craft-a-Flower: Peruvian Lily Release (ALT) and Blog Hop! Thanks so much to the legendary Jenny Colacicco for relaying you over to my blog. If you want to relive the amazing project ideas from the team of designers for this release, head back over to the Altenew Card Blog or keep reading to find the complete blog list. Don’t miss the wonderful giveaway opportunities as well–more on that down below!

Craft-a-Flower: Peruvian Lily Release

Like any of the build-a-flower/craft-a-flower/paint-a-flower releases from Altenew, I spend quite a bit of time looking at images on Google on the actual flower. Fortunately my local grocery store also carries this flower in a bouquet year-round. What I noticed about the Peruvian Lily (Alstroemeria) was its velvet petals and wonderful color variation in each petal.

Aside from the leaves, I did not use any colored cardstock for the layering images. I started with several panels of white cardstock and dry-layered (no glue) the die cut images to see how they fit together. Once I studied where I could apply color to the white pieces of cardstock, I colored each layer with dye ink and my mini ink blending tool. If I felt like I needed more color in specific areas, I used the detail blending brushes to apply ink. Some of these areas were the tips of the petals or the anthers.

Then finally, I glued all the layers of the flower together. As for the leaves, I had two tones of ‘black’ cardstock. I die cut those layers and neatly arranged them behind the flowers. I finished this card with metallic splatters from the 14 Metallic Watercolor Pan Set and a sentiment from Build-a-Flower: Hellebore.

Materials and Supplies

Craft-a-Flower: Peruvian Lily
Altenew

Ink Blending Tool – Small
Altenew

Metallic Watercolor 14 Pan Set
Altenew

Build-a-Flower: Hellebore
Altenew

Giveaway!

$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 6/13/2021 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 06/15/2021.

Thank You!

I really appreciate you stopping by and participating in this blog hop. If you like what you’ve seen from me, please give me a follow over on my Instagram (@jaycee.gaspar) and/or subscribing to my blog and YouTube if you haven’t already.

Your Next Stop is Bridget Casey‘s Blog!

Altenew Card Blog
Therese Calvird
Jenny Colacicco 
Jaycee Gaspar
Bridget Casey
Virginia Lu
Seeka
Laurie Willison
Michelle Short
Emily Midgett
Mindy Eggen
Tenia Nelson
Amanda Baldwin
Maryam Perez 
Carol Hintermeier
Terri Koszler
LauraJane
Keren Baker
Verity Biddlecombe
Karen Brown
Victoria Calvin 
Preeti Chandran
Joylita Dsouza
Sande Woodson
Natasha Davies
Anna Mahtani


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71 thoughts on “Altenew Craft-A-Flower: Peruvian Lily Layering Die Set Release Blog Hop + Giveaway

  1. OMG!!!!!!!!!!!! Wow, black leaves – I never could have imagined it would look this good! You ALWAYS inspire me!!!

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  2. Love your design. Your black leaves really pop against the white background. Another gorgeous card by Jaycee!

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  3. I love the abstract black leaves as opposed to the typical green one. I love how you dared to go outside the box on the leaves! The flowers are just beautiful and well blended. A very soft look, overall and the same look could be carried inside the card as well!

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  4. Hi Jaycee – I love your card you amazed me using black for the leaves but it looks wonderful and the coloring and silver specks finishes it off, Great Job Jaycee and Thanks for sharing I always love to see your creations, you inspire me so much.

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