Altenew Build-A-Flower: Bellflower Release Blog Hop + Giveaway

by - August 01, 2019


Hey, there! Thank you so much for coming by my stop on the Altenew Bellflower Build-A-Flower hop. I know you've already seen lots of inspiration but we're not through just yet! I've created something fun today using a decoupage die cutting technique. Check it out here in my video:

GIVEAWAY DETAILS: To celebrate this release, Altenew is giving away a $30 gift certificate to 6 lucky winners! Please leave a comment on the Altenew Card Blog and/or Altenew Scrapbook Blog for a chance to win.We’ll also draw a winner to receive a $15 gift certificate from the comments left on each designer’s blog on the blog hop list below. All winners will be announced on the Altenew blogs on 8/10/2019.

It's such a fun technique and a great way to switch up how you utilize your layering stamps. In case you missed it in the video, here's the full view of my decoupage card.


To show the simple beauty of this layer set, I also created a very clean card inspired by a piece of art I saw featuring a Bellflower. 


To create the curve of the stem, I simply used my MISTI stamping tool and curved the stamp itself on the door of the MISTI. I also added a few leaves from the Basic Blooms stamp set to help create more interest to the composition of the card.


Don't forget to continue hopping along, making sure to comment on each stop for your chance to win the prizes mentioned above! Your next stop on the hop is my good friend Jenny Colacicco. I just know her projects are going to WOW you!

DID YOU KNOW?! Altenew has a Build-A-Flower subscription plan. This ensures your spot for the newest Build-A-Flower each month. Check out the details and sign up here: https://altenew.com/products/build-a-flower-monthly-subscription

You can find the full hop list just beneath the product supply links. Thank you so much for stopping by! I'll see you again very soon!



Full Hop List


Ashlea Cornell - You Are Here
Jenny Colacicco - Go Here Next

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50 comments

  1. I love the way the bellflowers appear to be growing out of the card in the first example. You did a wonderful job, thank you!

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  2. Love this technique I use it often. Great that you are giving us a reminder

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  4. Amazing technique. I love it and will certainly try. The flowers and cards are lovely.

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  5. Thank you for the video! Gorgeous cards!

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  6. I love this new Bellflower set! I love your beautiful cards!

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  7. Beautiful cards using a pretty floral set :)

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  8. Both cards are beautiful. I love them both, but the second one is my favorite!

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  9. Your second card is beautiful with the addition of the leaves from another set. Both cards are awesome.

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  10. Beautiful cards... lovely colors; they look so lifelike. The second card is my favorite... quite charming.

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  11. These are beautiful in pink! I love both designs!

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  12. Interesting flower and gorgeous stamp set as usual. I need to grow these. :)

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  13. I like both cards, especially the coral colored one. The dimension is fantastic.

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  14. Gorgeous! Love the dimension of your bellflowers! Stunning! Thanks for the great tips!

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  15. it works well in pink too, I would never thought of that

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  16. Both cards are so pretty. I am drawn to yiur 'dearest friend' card as it reminds me of a 40's or 50's botanical print.

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  17. This looks like a great technique. Your flowers are lovely. I like the dimension.

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  18. I loved your video and I'm definitely going to try this 3D decoupage on some future projects!

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  19. Gorgeous cards! Love the colors you used and the design of these beautiful bellflowers! Awesome new Build-A-Flower set! The flower looks amazing with the decoupage die cutting technique you shared!

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  20. these cards are so pretty - love the red color

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  21. I really love how you have blended different stamp sets together to come up with a unique look. Great cards!

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  22. I love the pink and green combo!!

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  23. A very pretty color for bellflower and I loved the die-cut decoupage technique.The dimensional look creates lots of interest on card.

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  24. Gorgeous cards! Now I need to go watch your video!

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  25. Such a lovely colour - I love that you went with something different!

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  26. Marisela Delgado said: so pretty. mariandmonsterd@yahoo.com

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  27. What an amazing new technique for me to learn, and I love this look! Your video makes it so easy to replicate. Thanks so much for sharing with us. Love this latest BAF for sure!

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  28. Lovely makes and great video. Thanks!

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  29. Gorgeous cards. I love the innovative decoupage die cutting technique. It really makes these beautiful blooms "pop."

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  30. Like how you arranged the bell flowers on your great cards. Thanks for sharing.

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  31. Love seeing new ways to use a product. TYFS

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  32. Beautiful card and great technique.

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  33. How amazing is this! The layering of the flowers is stunning. Thanks for sharing

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  34. Your projects wowed me, love them!

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  35. Beautiful card!
    Thanks for sharing your technique for flower layering...

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  36. This new Build-A-Flower, Bellflower set is gorgeous! Your card designs are so pretty Ashelea. You did an amazing job showcasing this new set.As always thanks for the inspiration!

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  37. Your cards are simply lovely. Soft and feminine. I love it!!

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  38. Beautiful cards! Love the way you did the layers. Looks fantastic.

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  39. Great work. I love these cards so much!!

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  40. Fascinating technique and gorgeous cards. Thank you.

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  41. Hi there Ashlea :) Your card is absolutely lovely!!! Thanks for sharing it and the Multi-Dimension Die Cutting Technique too! Thanks for inspiring me :)

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  42. Love the card. Thanks for the video. Love how you do the layering.

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  43. Your cards and showing how are priceless! The color not only are soft but catch your eye! Thanks so much.!

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