Build-A-Flower: Clover Layering Stamp & Die Set Release Blog Hop + Giveaway

by Virginia Lu

Hello, Altenew friends! It’s Virginia here. Are you ready for September? We are definitely ready to reveal the September Build-A-Flower: Clover Layering Stamp & Die Set. Not only does this set have super beautiful and detailed clover images, but it also comes with a delicate leaf and wonderful sentiment.

This stamp set honors the lovely clover with detailed layers and two heartwarming sentiments, bringing the beauty of the clover flower to the page. You will love stamping the two 4-layer floral blooms in this set onto your handmade cards, scrapbook layouts, journal pages, or other paper crafting projects. The accompanying layered leaf images will add a stunning look, as well.

Our Build-A-Flower sets include a 6×8 layering stamp set and a coordinating die set so you can easily create your handmade projects. These sets are only available as a set and not as individual products.

Before anything else… did you know about our Build-A-Flower Monthly Subscription Plan?!

Be among the first to get our newly released Build-A-Flower set each month at a discounted price (from $35 –> $29.99)! Subscribe to our Build-A-Flower Monthly Subscription Plan NOW! Learn more about it HERE.

Having trouble with your ink color combinations?

We’ve taken the guesswork out for you with our special Build-A-Flower: Clover Layering Stamp and Die Set and Ink BundleGet it at 5% off and start creating gorgeous projects easily!

Now, let’s see some beautiful projects made with this new stamp and die set!

09012020-BAF Clover-Pegboard Canvas Cover Die-Gilded Ombre Washi Tape
For my first card, I decided to stamp the clover in purple. I couldn’t decide which set of purple ink to use, so I stamped the middle clover flower in Enchanted Garden Oval Ink and the brighter two with Shades of Purple.

09012020-BAF Clover-Pegboard Canvas Cover Die-Gilded Ombre Washi Tape (3)

The color contrast and details are further enhanced thanks to the detailed etched stamps. The leaves were stamped in Tropical Forest Oval Ink.  I absolutely adore how realistic the leaves look!

09012020-BAF Clover-Pegboard Canvas Cover Die-Gilded Ombre Washi Tape (2)

For the background, I ran the Pegboard Canvas Cover Die with my die cut machine. Because the cut was imperfect, I purposely used the “rustic” backdrop for the flowers. I then stamped and cut the sentiment and adhered it to the design.

09012020-BAF Clover-Pegboard Canvas Cover Die-Gilded Ombre Washi Tape (4)

I embellished the card with Gilded Ombre Washi Tape and Tropical Forest Enamel Dots. Because I love the sentiment so much, I created a bonus card. Hope you like it!

09012020-BAF Clover- Thin Frame 3D Die-Celebration Papd 6x6

Supplies: Build-A-Flower: Clover Layering Stamp & Die Set, Thin Frame 3D Die Set, Celebrate 6×6 Paper Pack, Enchanted Gold Thread, Satin White Sequins

Don’t forget to leave a comment before hopping for your chance to win! Your next stop on the hop is Kelly Griglione.

Prizes

To celebrate this release, Altenew is giving away a $30 gift certificate to 5 lucky winners! Please leave a comment on the Altenew Card Blog by 9/7/2020 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 Winners Page on 09/09/2020.

Blog Hop

Have fun hopping!

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Donna September 4, 2020 - 19:35

This is a really unique release with lots of great samples!

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Elizabeth Kuhn September 5, 2020 - 04:30

Oh my goodness! This flower set is so unique, and the flowers themselves look like colorful puff balls. Lol. I especially love the out of the box blue card, and that you used the leaf stamp sets in a brilliant way 😍

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Pai September 5, 2020 - 10:17

i never think about the flowers of clover when i battle them in my yard but they are pretty on a card. LOL!

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mjmarmo September 5, 2020 - 13:11

Oh – I love clover in the field. So pretty!

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Julie Wexler September 5, 2020 - 13:26

This set is lovely– and unique. Kudos to Altenew for giving flowering clover a spotlight in the series.

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Heather Mills September 5, 2020 - 22:49

Beautiful cards! I love the dotted die cut background; it is a really fun touch!

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alaskablog September 6, 2020 - 02:55

This set is perfect

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Amber Bissonnette September 6, 2020 - 09:34

Such a beautiful new release! Looks like so much fun!

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knurse22 September 6, 2020 - 11:52

I remember, as a kid growing up in CT, lawns heavily dotted with clover (and bees)! Now, I rarely see it, probably because of all the lawn ‘beautifiers’ we put down to get green lawns. These stamps are so realistic! They look awesome against the pegboard.

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Carol Wortman September 6, 2020 - 12:56

I love the clover❣❣❣.. we had clover along our backyard fence growing up. I love seeing these nostalgic stamps. Hey that background is beautiful…did not know you had a stitching die. Hmmmmm, shopping list ✔♥️

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Dean H. September 6, 2020 - 22:42

Ooh, so pretty. I love the flowers. You have a great eye for color! Thank you!.

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mjmarmo September 7, 2020 - 09:00

What a darling set and wonderful inspriation!

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gail September 7, 2020 - 11:17

Really love the sentiments with this one.

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Gail September 7, 2020 - 16:06

Such a beautiful and simple design. Sometimes less is just more…how one can get carried away, especially when you are having such fun.

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Connie Johnson September 7, 2020 - 17:14

Hi Virginia :) Your card is so realistic I could just reach out and pick those clover!!! I remember doing that in our front yard when I was a wee one. I’d take them in the house to my mom or grandma and they’d put them in a glass of water on the table. Love the vintage, mixed media feel to your card….awesome!!! Thanks for inspiring me :)

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Lori Lehnen September 7, 2020 - 19:36

Love this pretty new release!
Can’t wait to see what others have created, time to get inspired!
Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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