July 2019 Guest Designer: TaeEun Yoo

by Altenew

Hello, Altenew friends! Welcome to our July Guest Designer post. We have the super talented TaeEun Yoo with us today. We are such a huge fan of her work and we cannot get enough of them! If you have been a regular hopper in our release blog hops, you might have already seen her fabulous cards and drooled over them! If you want to see more of her work, feel free to check out her blog. You can also have a quick look through her Instagram feed.

Get to know TaeEun!

Hi, friends!!! I’m TaeEun from Rainbow in November! I’ve been making cards since 2015. It was like a door to a new world opening for me, as I came across card-making videos for the first time. I immediately fell in love and since then I’ve been enjoying my hobby and loving the paper crafting community. I’m addicted to coloring floral images using various mediums. Playing with Altenew’s beautiful flower stamps is one of the best parts of my card-making journey!

Let’s check out her projects!

I’m so excited to be guest designing on the Altenew Card Blog! I’ve created three cards to show you different ways to color floral stamp images. 

“Thank You” Card – Coloring with Watercolor Brush Markers

For my first card, I chose watercoloring. 

First, I stamped the floral clusters from Handpicked Bouquet, Best Mom, and Extra Special Stamp Sets on a watercolor paper panel in black pigment ink. I colored the images using Altenew’s Watercolor Brush Markers and I did loose watercoloring. I used Ruby Red for the big flower of the Handpicked Bouquet Stamp Set. The small flowers were colored in Rubellite, Midnight Violet and Sea Breeze. For the leaves, I chose Lagoon, Emerald and Lime

Then, I added a watercolor wash in the background in the same colors, splattered Emerald, Midnight Violet and some white opaque ink and let the panel dry. I then narrowed down the panel and die cut the image of the Handpicked Bouquet from the panel. 

I mounted the colored panel flat on a white top-fold card base and placed the Handpicked Bouquet image using some foam adhesives on it. The sentiment is from the Sweetest Peas Stamp Set. Then, I white heat-embossed it on a strip of black cardstock and added it onto the card. To finish, I adhered some clear crystal sequins. 

“Always Thinking of You” – Coloring with Artist Markers

The second card is showcasing Floral Art Stamp Set and Altenew’s Artist Markers

I stamped the small flowers and leaves on a solar white cardstock panel in Pink Diamond and Morning Frost Crisp Dye Inks respectively. The large flower was stamped on a separate piece of white cardstock in Pink Diamond

I then had some relaxing coloring time! :) I used Rose Quartz, Puffy Heart, Purple Wine, and Cosmic Berry from Artist Markers Set D for the large flower and Blush, Rouge, Cotton Candy, Crimson and Velvet from Artist Markers Set C for the small ones. The leaves were colored in Sand Dunes and Rocky Shore from Set D and Morning Frost from Set B. After the coloring was completed, I fussy cut the large flower and set it aside. 

Next, I heat embossed the sentiment from Versatile Vases Stamp Set in black on the colored front panel. Then I splattered gold ink on the panel, narrowed it slightly down, and foam mounted the panel on a Kraft card base. The big flower was then added onto the card using some foam adhesives. To finish off the card, I scattered some golden sequins and added glittery gold dots on the flower centers using Nuvo drops. 

“Hello” Card – Coloring with Artist Marker Refills

In the last card, I colored the gorgeous poppies from Wonderland Stamp Set using Altenew’s Artist Marker Refills

To start off, I gold heat-embossed the flowers on an alcohol ink cardstock panel. I masked the images while I was doing it, if needed. Then I colored the poppy flower petals in Coral Berry, Cotton Candy, Warm Sunshine, Caramel Toffee Artist Marker Refills. The flower center was colored in Paper Bag. I used Forest Glades for the leaves and the background along with Ocean Waves. After I added white and gold splatters on the colored panel, I let it completely dry. 

The die-cut sentiment hello was cut using the coordinating die of Blooming Bouquet Stamp Set from gold cardstock and three more times from white cardstock. I also cut a thin frame using Fine Frames Cover Die from gold cardstock to give the die-cut sentiment something to sit on. My finishing touch for this card was some golden sequins. 

I made a video of the coloring process. You can watch it here or on Altenew’s YouTube channel.

I keep tilting the paper in the video to move the ink I applied on the image. My apologies for that in advance. :) 

That’s it from me for today! Huge thanks to Altenew for having me as a guest today. Thanks to you all, crafty friends, for looking! Hope I was able to inspire you with my cards!

How incredibly beautiful are TaeEun’s cards?!? We are simply blown away by her amazing coloring skill and we loved that she used three different coloring mediums too! Thank you for being our July Guest Designer, TaeEun!

You can find more of TaeEun’s work on her blog, YouTube, and Instagram. Which coloring medium would you like to give a try? Comment below! Don’t forget to leave her some love.

Thank you for stopping by!

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Handpicked Bouquet Stamp Set
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Extra Special Stamp Set
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Best Mom Stamp Set
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Sweetest Peas Stamp Set
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Watercolor Brush Markers – Spring…
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Pink Diamond Crisp Dye Ink
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Morning Frost Crisp Dye Ink
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Artist Markers Set B
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Artist Markers Set D
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Artist Markers Set C
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Coral Berry Artist Marker Refill
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Cotton Candy Artist Marker Refill
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Warm Sunshine Artist Marker Refill
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Caramel Toffee Artist Marker Refill
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Paper Bag Artist Marker Refill
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Forest Glades Artist Marker Refill
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Ocean Waves Artist Marker Refill
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Artist Marker Refill Set B — Altenew
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Artist Marker Refill Set A — Altenew
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Blooming Bouquet Stamp Set
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Fine Frames Cover Die
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Zlatka July 5, 2019 - 09:48

Stunning cards! Your coloring skills are amazing! I am mesmerized by the beauty of the “Hello” card.

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barbara lassiter July 5, 2019 - 09:52

These are so beautiful. I love TaeEun’s cards and she is a master colorist no matter what medium she uses. Her watercolor cards are always an inspiration to me and I was fascinated with the alcohol ink technique she showed us in the video!

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Carol Krup July 5, 2019 - 10:34

Such delicate watercoloring! I love these cards, especially the gold embossed one!

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Ami Hietala July 5, 2019 - 11:14

OMG.. all are beautiful works of art. So stunning coloring..
Thank YOU very much for sharing this
Ami H. Finland

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Linda Sheller Huffman July 5, 2019 - 11:19

Wonderful inspiration, beautiful cards!

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Teri Spracklin July 5, 2019 - 11:53

Absolutely beautiful! There is a delicateness to your designs that is just so pretty!

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Tricia Podmore July 5, 2019 - 12:32

Welcome to Altenew and Wow! Your talents are phenomenal and hope we get to see more. Such stunning a stunning card with the gold added thin frame Your cards are gorgeous and charming. Super inspiring and appreciate your sharing.

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Patricia Wilson July 5, 2019 - 12:46

That was a very interesting techniques with the gold embossing. Just another way to get a water color look. Thanks for showing us that!

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see mary stamp July 5, 2019 - 13:56

What beautiful projects. I need to play with my watercolor brush markers more. I love that look!

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Henriëtte July 5, 2019 - 16:29

Gorgeous cards, I love the tecchnique that you are showing in the video but my favorite card is the stunning coloured second one.Thank you so much for sharing your inspiration.

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Jenny Lloyd July 5, 2019 - 16:55

Oh my. These cards are exquisite. I loved the first one the best. It made my heart sing. Thank you for your inspiration

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Pat July 5, 2019 - 18:32

Fabulous cards TaeEun and thanks for the video showing your alcohol ink technique and I am assuming the cardstock is Yupo paper, and love the beautiful colours on all the cards and the wonderful colouring with fantastic light and shade using this great stamps. x

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Kenni Eberlin July 5, 2019 - 19:12

Your cards are beautiful and your coloring is gorgeous. You are very talented.

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LauraJane July 5, 2019 - 19:36

Tea-Eun’s coloring and over-all card making skills are out standing!! Thanks fr the video of the poppies, it inspires me to give that technique a try :)

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Kelly July 6, 2019 - 09:54

Simply lovely cards with a classic, timeless appeal. Stunning! Thank you for sharing your beautiful works of art.

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noraln44 July 6, 2019 - 11:16

WOW!! What STUNNING cards!!!

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Vicki F July 6, 2019 - 12:02

These are all just incredible!! You are very talented. I’m not so good with markers or watercolor but we are going on vacation in 3 weeks and I will take a lot of colors supplies with me. You’ve inspired me to keep practicing.

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Deborah Kaye July 6, 2019 - 15:58

What gorgeous cards! I can’t decide which is my favorite they are all so beautiful!

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Hamutal Shafrir July 7, 2019 - 08:00

Gorgeous creations!! Thank you for great inspiration.

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Lynne M Hill July 7, 2019 - 08:49

Wow – what great cards! I’m not a very good colour-er so I am in awe of people who do it as well as you! My favourite card is the Hello one. The addition of the thin gold frame really adds something extra. I will be using that in the future, I am sure. Thanks for this tutorial.

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Lee July 7, 2019 - 16:05

Gorgeous — so vibrant with the alcohol inks. Who’d a thought? Really fabulous result, love the final touches, frame and sentiment perfect for a slight contrast of texture, color and touch. Really good work!

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Helen July 7, 2019 - 16:43

These cards are amazing–especially like the last one. Thanks for sharing the cards and video.

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Colleen Berg July 8, 2019 - 04:50

Another stunning creative card. Love the flowers and colors.

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Conniecrafter August 8, 2019 - 10:17

Gorgeous, love that technique of coloring with this flower and so neat how you framed it too!

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Daria September 25, 2019 - 09:49

Beautiful cards.

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