Altenew Paint-A-Flower: Poppy Release Blog Hop + Giveaway

by - January 22, 2020


Hello all! I know some of you have gotten sneak peeks but today is THE day. The new monthly subscription from Altenew is here and it is ahhh-mazing. The Paint-A-Flower is for anyone who loves coloring, wants to love coloring, wants to try coloring, or loves to practice. It includes an outline image of a floral with some extra pieces that can easily be added to the image simply and  without masking.

To get a closer look at the set, check out my new video featuring a Paint With Me with the new Poppy flower:

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 by 1/28/2020 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 Card Blog on 1/30/2020.


I couldn't stop at just one, so I pulled out my Altenew Artist Alcohol Markers and created this card featuring some realistic floral coloring. I love that the additional images in the set can be added to create a scene without masking. 


Did you know that you can save money and be sure to get a set each month by signing up for the Paint-A-Flower club? CLICK HERE to see more information about the club and how to join.


Thank you so much for stopping by my stop on the brand new Paint-A-Flower blog hop! Your next stop is the always amazing Nicole Watt.
You can find the full hop list just below the product links. I'll see you again very soon!


FULL HOP LIST


Ashlea Cornell - YOU ARE HERE
Nicole Watt - GO HERE NEXT

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75 comments

  1. Fantastic coloring!! The flowers are just gorgeous! <3

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  2. LOVE LOVE LOVE :Altenew's flowers and to have a monthly kit arrive would be awesome!

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  3. Both fabulous!! Thanks for sharing.

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  4. The two poppies together is fabulous!

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  5. Ashlea both your cards are gorgeous. This is a wonderful stamp with all that room to colour in it. I love poppies.

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  6. Your card is very pretty. I love the stamp set.

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  7. Both the card created with the no-line watercoloring and the card created with the markers are beautiful examples of this beginning subscription set. I like the concept of this Paint-A-Flower monthly series.

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  8. Gorgeous-ness creative and inspiration project! Coloring is absolutely stunning!

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  9. Cheery, happy and pretty! What's not to love? :)

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  10. Thank you for the video(s)! Your technique is stellar.

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  11. Wow, such gorgeous watercoloring! I love the cards!

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  12. your coloring is amazing. I appreciate your video tutorial.

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  13. Oh my gosh Ashlea, that is so gorgeous! You're poppy looks almost ethereal! You've inspired me to go break out my watercolors and practice, practice, practice! Thank you!

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  14. This is just a beautiful card...so soft looking.

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  15. I think this looks like a painting - and a beautiful one at that. ;-)

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  16. Wow, beautiful coloring. You make it look so easy, but we all know that is not the case... :) Thank you so much for sharing!

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  17. Beautiful cards! I love the coloring possibilities with this flower and your coloring is lovely.

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  18. Your coloring is absolutely beautiful!

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  19. You got all of those different looks from the one stamp? I love this!

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  20. Beautiful cards. I love the soft colors.

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  21. Your cards are beautiful! I want to watercolor like that some day.

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  22. The white gel pen has big impact! I like the different ways that you colored the stems on your cards too.

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  23. Ashlea - Your Poppy is magical! I am convinced I need to order this stamp right away, although I won't be able to do it justice compared to your talent. Thank you for sharing.

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  24. Both cards are fabulous Ashlea, my favorite is the one with the watercolor poppy! The Paint a Flower is such a great concept, love it!! thanks for sharing!

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  25. This is a stunning stamp set to paint

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  26. Love this beautiful soft color... I wonder if poppies only grow in a red color? I love this pink, nicely done.

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  27. A stunning video, thank you for taking the time to show us how you did the gorgeous poppie and really made it "pop". You flower is so dainty, and your coloring is light and fluffy. Being a veteran and hubby retired Navy, we support the poppy though ours is red, I love the poppy no matter what color it is.

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  28. your watercolour skills are amazing, the colour and depth made the flower come to life, beautiful!!!

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  29. Beautifully coloured! This is a beautiful stamp set and you made this flower come alive.

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  30. This card is really beautiful. I love how you surrounded it with leaves etc.

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  31. WAtercolor or marker coloring, either way they are beautiful!

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  32. The water coloring looks so real like. It's such a beautiful card. Who wouldn't want to have such a beautiful. Super job!
    Erica K.

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  33. Beautiful poppy cards, love this paint-a-flower! thanks for another awesome video tutorial!

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  34. Love to watch you watercolor using no-line coloring. I have not tried the Ink on 3 type of ink yet, but sounds like you use that ink a lot. Your poppies are gorgeous!

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  35. A very soft implementation with the pinks.

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  36. Another comment - loved the video. Thank you.

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  37. Gorgeous! Love your coloring ♥

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  38. Wonderful video. Loved watching how you created this gorgeous flower. Love the depth of color and your little details on the center!

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  39. gorgeous cards- and thank you for the video as well- must give this a try!!

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  40. Both your cards are stunning! Anyone would be honored to receive.

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  41. Such delicate, lovely coloring. Thank you for the video

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  42. So soft. Such a relaxing video. You have inspired me to get a set of watercolors and try.

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  43. Lovely card! Thanks for sharing the video. Altenew watercolor stamps are like potato chips...can't paint (color) just one ! TFS.

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  44. I like the coloring on both of these. The video was helpful to see your process for painting in the stamp.

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  45. An absolutely gorgeous stamp, and an absolutely gorgeous card to showcase it. Really lovely.

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  47. So beautiful!! Just ordered this stamp set.

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  48. Really beautiful colored poppies! Love the soft look of the water color card (thank you for another awesome video tutorial: I really learn from watching the process) and the vibrant colors in the alcohol marker colored one.

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  49. Love the pink!! Your watercoloring is amazing!! I learned so much watching your video. Love the stemens and the white dots!!

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  50. Just gorgeous colouring. Inspiration at its best!

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  51. Very pretty! I've never tried no-line coloring - I must try it soon to get these lovely results!

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  52. I like the soft and pretty colors.

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  53. Your card is stunning. I love no-line water coloring (even though I'm not very good at it), and this poppy is perfect for that technique.

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  54. Beautiful painting! Thank you for sharing your technique for no line watercolouring. Love the card!

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  55. Wow - your colouring of those poppies is incredible - so soft and dimensional. I love them!

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  56. Marisela Delgado said: So pretty. Lovely flower. mariandmonsterd@yahoo.com

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  57. Beautiful watercoloring and shows full impact of this classic beauty of the Poppy!

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  58. I loved watching your video making this lovely card! I just got the Altenew watercolor pan set for Christmas and I'd love to try to do this technique myself. I like the softness of your painting and delicate finish. So very pretty!

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  59. Love that you colored in two mediums. I like to experiment with coloring and use watercolor and alcohol markers primarily. Your cards are beautiful!

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  60. Love that pink poppy. Poppies make me think of my Grandma. :)

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  61. Marisela Delgado said: so gorgeous. mariandmonsterd@yahoo.com

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  62. So gorgeous!! Your coloring is fabulous! I love the card with the single bloom; it's so soft and dreamy!

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