Hello and welcome to the newest Altenew Paint A Flower Camellia Waterhouse outline flower stamp set. This large new Altenew outline flower stamp is perfect for coloring using a variety of mediums, painting or creating a colorful background. Here are the cards I designed for this release.

Paint-A-Flower: Camellia Waterhouse product image and link to the shop:

  • Paint-A-Flower Monthly Subscription Plan link 
    • This is a monthly subscription plan for our Paint-A-Flower. When signed up, you are guaranteed a spot in our monthly Paint-A-Flower releases and will receive a set each month – at a specially discounted price! ($15.99 →$12.99)

For the first card, I stamped the Camellia Waterhouse stamp on white card stock. I colored the flowers and leaves using Altenew alcohol markers to color and shade with. I kept adding slightly darker inks to create shadows for the petals and leaves tucked under the flowers, When that was completed I fussy cut the colored image. This is an A2 card with the left fold. I used Altenew’s Swiss Dot debossing plate for the piece of white cardstock for the card front, I used a rounded corner die from My Favorite Things to create the final piece. I trimmed the leaves as the flower image was large. I stamped the Altenew coordinating sentiment-Sent With Love on a small word tag and die cut the diamond shape using the Altenew Fine Frames Diamond die nesting set from gold metallic paper. I use this set often. When it was all assembled I added some clear Nuvo drops to create dew drops on the petals and leaves. The flower stamp creates an awesome statement.

For the second card, I used a blue alcohol marker to scribble ink onto a non-porous surface- like a piece of plastic or glass work mat. I mixed in using a palette knife, some 91% alcohol to dilute the ink. I used a quarter sheet of white card stock and put the paper on top of the inky puddle. I kept tapping the paper into the inky puddle to pick up more color to cover the piece of card stock. I wiped the surface clean with a paper towel and set the paper aside to dry. I stamped the sentiment strip and die cut a banner and also a larger banner using Altenew silver glitter washi tape. Put the piece of washi tape on a piece of white card stock, then cut it into the banner shape using either a die or scissor. The inked paper was ready for stamping using permanent black ink and trimmed to fit the card front. I added the layered sentiment strip and a few stick on sequins for visual interest. Super easy- change up the color and you have a whole different look. Enjoy!

Giveaway Prizes

There is $200 in total prizes! To celebrate this release, Altenew is giving away a $50 gift certificate to two lucky winners and a $20 gift certificate to five winners! Please leave a comment on the Altenew Card Blog and/or each designer’s blog post on the blog hop list below by 01/28/2022 for a chance to win. 

Altenew will draw seven random winners from the comments left on each stop of this blog hop and announce the winners on the Altenew Winners Page on 01/30/2022.

Altenew Stamps and Supplies

  • Altenew Paint A Flower Camellia Waterhouse stamp and sentiments
  • Altenew Dotted Swiss debossing plate
  • Altenew Fine Frames Diamond die nesting set
  • Altenew alcohol ink markers- blues, pinks and greens
  • Altenew silver glitter washi tape
  • White card stock
  • Black ink for stamping
  • Nuvo clear drops
  • Joann’s stick on silver sequins
  • Gold metallic paper

Blog Hop Order

Altenew Card Blog

Jenny Colacicco

Mindy Eggen

Erum Tasneem

Colleen Balija

Jaycee Gaspar

Teri Wilson

Michelle Short


Terri Koszler

Linda Parker

Norine Borys

Natasha Davies

Nathalie DeSousa

Teresa Litchfield

Tenia Nelson

Virginia Lu

Reiko Tsuchida

Maryam Perez

Annemarie Caister

Fiona Duff

Rebecca Sogn

Rachael Shedeed

Nancy Souza YOU ARE HERE

Pam Boedeker


  1. 2 beautiful examples of the floral versatility. Thanks for sharing the inspiration and your lovely pieces.

  2. Your backgrounds are especially nice. I like the embossed background on your first card and I am going to try your alcohol ink background from your second card. Thank you.

  3. The cards are lovely. Did not know how to use the marker for a background smooshing it onto the paper, Thanks for sharing that lovely technique. I do not have tons of supplies and that will work great for me.

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