Welcome to ALTENEW PAINT-A-FLOWER: TULIPS OUTLINE STAMP SET & MORE RELEASE BLOG HOP + GIVEAWAY. You are arriving from -the always amazing- Laura Jane's blog. You can find a list of all the participants at the bottom of this post.
Since the colorful blooms are embellishing the page already. I decided to keep the the rest of the embellishment to just a handful of stickers.
To finish my layout, I added a large sentiment from the Eucalyptus Jar stamp set. Just love how this turned out, and cannot wait to check what you create with the stamp, too. Remember you can have the PAF stamps sets delivers at your doorstep every month with a lower price. Check the subscription plan here.
Of course, you know what comes next.... GIVEAWAY
$200 in total prizes! To celebrate this release, Altenew is giving away a $50 gift certificate to 1 lucky winner and a $15 gift certificate to 10 winners! Please leave a comment on the Altenew Card Blog and/or each designer’s blog post on the blog hop list below by 12/28/2020 for a chance to win.
Altenew will draw 11 random winners from the comments left on each stop of this blog hop and announce the winners on the Altenew Winners Page on 12/30/2020
Good luck everyone!
Nathalie DeSousa << YOU ARE HERE
surprisingly beautiful results with pencils......thank you!ReplyDelete
Beautiful page & inspired me to try this stamp on the edge of a card!ReplyDelete
Just simply lovely and Springy!ReplyDelete
I knew I was going to get to see some gorgeous pages - and you didn't disappoint! Lovely!!!!ReplyDelete
I really like how you shaded these. They are so sweet!ReplyDelete
This is beautiful!ReplyDelete
Lovely coloring and they look lovely in your journal. So inspiring.ReplyDelete
I love how you used it as a border stamp as well. What a wonderful idea. Thanks for inspiring us Nathalie.ReplyDelete
You are going to love reading your journals years from now. They are masterpieces of joy and thoughtfulness. A gift to yourself and to your family. Just beautiful. Happy holidays to you and yours.ReplyDelete
Nathalie, your journal pages are lovely and inspiring. Love the way you colored the image and then repeat stamped down the side of the opposite page. It is a beautiful work of art to be enjoyed for years to come. Thanks for sharing your talent and ideas with us. Merry Christmas to you and yours. :)ReplyDelete
Love the use of these stamps in planners and journals! And conditioning erasers Will be very handy!ReplyDelete
So gorgeous Nathalie!!!!!ReplyDelete
What amazing journal pages!!! Love your coloring!!ReplyDelete
Beautiful as a whole and as a border! What happy colors.ReplyDelete
So very beautiful, Nathalie! The tulips give your journal page such LIFE! I love the colors and the beauitiful sentiment to match make this such a striking post - TFS!ReplyDelete
Amazing journal pages!!! I especially like how you created a tulip border. Spectacular!!!ReplyDelete
Beautiful pages with these pink tulips!ReplyDelete
Beautiful use of this stamp on your pages. Your coloring is lovely!ReplyDelete
Beautiful pages! Love the big floral arrangement and also how you stamp them on the edge!ReplyDelete
I love that you used this stamp on a journal page. The watercolor pencils work beautifully with the set. Awesome coloring!ReplyDelete
I am sucker for a deep pink tulip. Thank you for this!ReplyDelete
Great usage! Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Nice presentation in your journal...ReplyDelete
I love how you've used this stamp on the edge of your journal page and so beautifully coloured ~ StefReplyDelete
Gorgeous layout. I am always amazed with your talent. Thanks for sharingReplyDelete
Nice border on the page.ReplyDelete
I love how you stamped the flowers on the right edge of your layout- so pretty! Great idea!ReplyDelete
Great encouragement journal page. Beautiful colorsReplyDelete
Such beauty and great idea to take your daughter's dress for color inspiration! Stunning and clever to make a journal like this!!ReplyDelete
Love those journal pages and those gorgeous tulips are perfect for this layout.ReplyDelete
Great page. I love the flowers and that pic. I cant wait for my stamp to arrive.ReplyDelete