Altenew Paint-A-Flower: African Daisy Outline Stamp Set Release Blog Hop + Giveaway ($200 in Total Prizes)

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Hey everyone! It’s the 22nd of the month, which means my crafty friends and I are joining Altenew for the brand new Paint-a-Flower: African Daisy (ALT) and Blog Hop! Thanks so much to Joy Baldwin 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!

Paint-a-Flower: African Daisy Bundles

Paint-a-Flower: African Daisy

Paint-A-Flower: African Daisy & Watercolor Essential 12 Pan Set Bundle

Paint-A-Flower: African Daisy & Artists’ Watercolor 24 Pan Set Bundle

Botanical Watercolor Card

I modeled my African Daisy watercoloring from reference images online and a photo I took at a local greenhouse many years ago. The color palette came from Osteospermum ‘Zion Copper Amethyst.’ I could not resist the beautiful bright petals with jewel tones. They had to take center stage on my watercolor card.

I stamped the coneflower images in Limestone Crisp Dye Ink. My canvas of choice as Arches Hot Press 140 lb watercolor paper. This ensured I captured small highlights and crisp detail between petals.

The total watercolor time for this piece was around six hours. I added some light grey splatter and stamped my sentiment in Obsidian Pigment Ink. I mounted my watercolor piece onto my folded notecard base to finish this clean botanical illustration style that I love.

Materials and Supplies

Paint-a-Flower: African Daisy

Limestone Crisp Dye Ink

Watercolor 36 Pan Set

Arches Hot Pressed 10X14″ Pad

Faber-Castell Polychromos Pencils 36 Tin Set

Obsidian Pigment Ink

Artists’ Watercolor Brushes-Detailed

Masking Paper


$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 09/27/2021 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 09/29/2021.

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.

Next is Sandhya Iyer‘s Blog

Altenew Card Blog
Terri Koszler
Daniel Diaz 
Amanda Baldwin
Emily Midgett
Tenia Nelson
Joy Baldwin
Jaycee Gaspar
Sandhya Iyer
Jenny Colacicco
Michelle Short
Nathalie DeSousa
Virginia Lu
Lilith Eeckels
Amy Hill
Bridget Casey
Colleen Balija 
Nenette S. Madero
Joylita Dsouza
Preeti Chandran
Rosie Neustaedter
Verity Biddlecombe

43 thoughts on “Altenew Paint-A-Flower: African Daisy Outline Stamp Set Release Blog Hop + Giveaway ($200 in Total Prizes)

  1. Jaycee, these flowers are just amazing! I can’t even think of enough descriptive words to properly describe this card. Just amazing!!!


  2. Gorgeous, simply gorgeous!!! And so true to life!! I live in Southern California and see these daisies all the time and you painted the best color combo. Thanks for sharing how long they took to paint, too. Your time was well spent!! I hope you keep the card for awhile to enjoy and then give it to someone special. It’s a true work of art!


  3. Wow!! Love this!! I will be using my Limestone ink to work on this technique. I appreciate the ideas & inspiration!! Thank You!!


  4. Oh my gosh!! Your colouring is absolutely stunning!!!! I love that you let the daisies shine and take centre stage on your card!


  5. Oh the various colors In Each individual flower is amazing..You have such a great eye for colors..Love your monochromatic cards too!!!!


  6. I love this stamp set, you certainly took it to the top! The coloring details are amazing! I can see why it took 6 hours to complete. Thanks for sharing.


  7. I love, love, love your coloring here! So real, yet soft! I immediately ‘saw’ the osteospermum you used as your color inspiration. I grew these one year, the colors of the petals were irresistible when I saw them at my local greenhouse. I try to select/grow different colors of osteospermum each year but this variety is always sooo cool and hard to pass by!


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