Hello everyone and welcome to our 4th special Build-A-Flower Release- this month we have the gorgeous Build-A-Flower Ranunculus! We are excited that every month on the 15th we will have a special release of a new Build-A-Flower Set – so make sure to look out for these beauties they are sure to make an incredible collection!

Each of these special releases will comprise of a 6×8 stamp set and a coordinating die so you can easily create your projects. Therefore this will only be available as a set, and not individual products.

Build-A-Flower Ranunculus

The ranunculus flower can be found in many different colours and shades from bright and bold to soft and subtle. Their petals are tightly grouped and multiple giving them a bowl like look. The petals are also very delicate looking like crepe paper and give them a very feminine look. It symbolizes charm and attractiveness. 

This beautiful layered bloom can be stamped using all of the layers in the set or mix and match with or without the outline. The outline can then be used on its own and used with many colouring mediums. This flower would make a great focal point or even backgrounds, as it is a large size this will work great on all different kinds of home made projects such as home decor and scrapbooks as well as hand stamped cards- or even try with fabric inks to create your own designer fabrics. The Build-A-Flower Ranunculus truly is a must have for your flower collection. 

Some of our talented design team members have created some stunning projects to spark your creativity using the new Build-A-Flower Ranunculus set. We hope you love what they have come up with:


So to celebrate this special release, we are giving away a $30 gift certificate to THREE lucky winners! Please leave a comment here on the Altenew Scrapbook Blog for a chance to win. The winners will be announced on Sunday, June 25th.

For another chance to win please click here and leave a comment on the Altenew Blog.

As this is the Altenew Scrapbook blog I have made a layout using this amazing set.


I only used the outline stamp which I stamped using Permanent Black ink from Altenew. Then I added some color using Mountain Mist and Lagoon Crisp ink. These two colors were also used to create the splatters.


For the leaves I used Mountain Mist and Morning Frost crisp ink. Cutting them out was really easy with the die.


You can see how the whole layout came to together in the video below or you can watch it in HD on YouTube.


Enza also made an amazing layout. You can see more details on her blog but look at this beauty :

Thank you for stopping by.