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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: Zinnia Megellan Rose (ALT) and Blog Hop! Thanks so much to LauraJane 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!
March 2022 Paint-a-Flower: Zinnia Magellan Rose
Simple Statement Botanical Marker Coloring Zinnia Card
I modeled my Magellan Zinnias after other colored cultivations. Instead of ‘Rose’ like the Paint-a-Flower name suggests, I found a vibrant coral-orange and mango duo to color the March 2022 Zinnia Magellan Rose.
Instead of coloring each petal with watercolor, I used alcohol based markers. This way I did not have to worry about coloring each petal and bleeding between non-dry petals. Also by using alcohol based markers I could keep a consistent color around the flower.
I added colored pencil details with the Woodless Coloring Pencil Set to deepen petal bases. This also introduced another interesting color to brighten the Zinnias.
How To Make This Botanical Marker Coloring Card
- On a panel of smooth white A2 cardstock, stamp the outline image twice. I used Masking Paper to separate the outlines prior to coloring. I used Limestone Crisp Dye Ink because it’s light enough to color over but clear enough to see while coloring. This is how I achieve no-outline coloring.
- Color the image with a mix of Altenew Artist Markers and Woodless Coloring Pencils
- Add a mix of Jet Black and Pure White Ink Sprays over the entire Zinnia bouquet.
- Finish the card with a coordinating sentiment. I stamped mine in Permanent Black Crisp Ink.
Supplies You Need to Make This Card
Paint-A-Flower: Zinnia Magellan Rose
Limestone Crisp Dye Ink
Woodless Coloring Pencils
Altenew Artist Markers
Jet Black Ink Spray
Pure White Ink Spray
Permanent Crisp Black Ink
What is the Paint-A-Flower Subscription?
Get our Newly released Paint-a-Flower Outline Stamp Set each month at a discounted price when you subscribe to our Paint-a-Flower Monthly Subscription Plan!
Don’t worry if the set goes out of stock! When you are subscribed to the monthly subscription, you are guaranteed a spot in our New Paint-a-Flower Outline Stamp Set each month.
- If you are subscribing to the Paint-a-Flower (PAF) Subscription today or an already subscribed member, please DO NOT order this month’s PAF.
- This subscription will only accept credit card as a mode of payment.
- Promo codes do not apply to this subscription.
- This subscription will be open to new subscribers from the 22nd of the current month to the 18th of the following month and will be closed on the 19th-21st of the following month.
How to Enter the 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 03/28/2022 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 03/30/2022.
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