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Hello and welcome to Altenew Watercolor 36 Pan Set Release Blog Hop! 
If you’re coming from Lilith Eeckels blog, you are right on track. If you want to start from the beginning of the hop, please hop over to Altenew Card Blog

Altenew did it again! They’ve added one more special item to their shop. This Watercolor 36 Pan Set is awesome for crafting and has vibrant colors which are coordinated with the Altenew Crisp Dye ink colors. Along with the Watercolor 36 Pan Set Altenew releases Watercolor Pan Case, Watercolor Palette (Large, Medium) and Watercolor Brushes in three different sizes !!!

It was an honor and pleasure for me to try this Watercolor 36 Pan Set for this blog hop! 

This is how Watercolor 36 Pan Set looks like. First the pretty box :). 


Product Description on the back of the box
This beautiful set of 36 vibrant watercolor half-pans coordinates perfectly with our line of ink. They are intensely pigmented and fade minimally when drying. They are stored in a convenient plastic case, designed with space for your brush (included) and a palette in the lid for mixing.

36 Artist Grade Watercolor Half-Pans (colors listed below)
Plastic Case
Water Brush

Pink Diamond     Forest Glades         Evergreen            Paper Bag
Puffy Heart          Frayed Leaf            Mountain Mist      Mocha
Purple Wine        Bamboo                  Lagoon                 Espresso
Cosmic Berry      Citrus Burst             Emerald               Industrial Diamond
Cotton Candy      Fresh Lemon          Ocean Waves      Moon Rock
Coral Berry          Warm Sunshine      Dusk                    Jet Black
Rubellite              Sunkissed               Desert Night        Lavender Fields
Grapevine           Orange Cream        Caribbean Sky     Deep Iris
Crimson               Autumn Blaze         Persian Blue        Midnight Violet


I’ve made watercolor swatch and played with the colors before I started making my cards. I’m not an watercolor expert. But I can say that the colors are so vibrant and pretty! 


I’ve created 6 cards for this hop so it will be a long and photo-heavy post!!! Hope you don’t mind… 

Let’s get started! 
My first card is a clean and simple one showcasing watercolored Peony Spray.


I gold heat embossed Peony Spray image on a piece of mixed media paper and colored it with Altenew Watercolor 36 Pan Set. I used Grapewine, Rubellite, Crimson and Autumn Blaze for the flower and Lagoon, Emerald, Forest Glades and Bamboo for the leaves and stem. I adhered the colored panel flat on a white cardbase. I then die cut a white woodgrain cardstock panel using Peony Spray coordinating die and foam mounted it onto the card. The sentiment is from Circled Sentiments set. I gold heat embossed it on circle white cardstock and added it on the card using foam addhesive after I tied a bow with a golden string.

For my second card I created watercolored background and front die cut panel using Doodled Lace cover die.

I started off by die cutting a watercolor paper with Doodled Lace cover die. I cut it two more times from some pink cardstock to stack them together. I watercolored the panel using Coral Berry, Citrus Burst, Warm Sunshine (flowers) and Forest Glades and Bamboo (leaves) from Altenew Watercolor 36 Pan Set. I then colored an A2 sized watercolor paper in Coral Berry, Cotton Candy, Citrus Burst, Ocean Waves and Mountain Mist. I splattered clear water on it and gold heat embossed the splatters.
The background panel was mounted flat on a pink cardbase, then the die cut panel was added. The die cut sentiment is from Blooming Bouquet set. I cut it three times, stack them together and gold heat embossed them two times to get more dimension. I added the hello on a nest of some golden thread.
To finish off the card I added two yellow enamel dots from New Day Card Kit on the flower centers.

On my next card I stamped the floral images from Frosted Garden using Watercolor 36 Pan Set.

I stamped the floral images of Frosted Garden on a watercolor paper after I applied the watercolor on the stamp with a paintbrush. I used three red shades (Rubellite, Grapewine and Crimson) for the flowers and gray colors (Industrial Diamond and Moon Rock) for the leaves. MISTI was a great help! After stamping was done I clear heat embossed the image and colored the background in light brown (mixed). The sentiment from Arabesque Medallion set was gold heat embossed on a torn strip of vellum. I mounted it on a narrow strip of white cardstock. To finish off I added gold stamen using gold Pico Embellisher.

Next card is showcasing a watercolored pink rose.

I stamped the rose image from Penned Rose set on a Bristol Smooth paper in Antique Linen DI. The pink rose was colored in Pink Diamond, Puffy Heart, Midnight Violet and Citrus Burst. For the leaves I used three green shades and added brown colors to the stem. I also colored the background in Desert Night and Pink Diamond from Watercolor 36 Pan Set. I then blended Chipped Sapphire DI on the corners. The sentiment is from Just Because. I stamped the quote in Jet Black and gold heat embossed “keep going”. I finished off the card by adding some iridescent sequins and clear rhinestones.

For the fifth card I used primary and secondary colors to add pop of color on Arabesque Medallion.

I white heat embossed Arabesque Medallion on some Bristol vellum paper panel as shown in the picture and colored it using Persian Blue, Mountain Mist, Midnight Violet, Bamboo and Citrus Burst. I added some golden accent with gold Pico Embellisher. After the panel was dry I cut “happy” out from the panel using Inline Alpha die set. I mounted the front panel flat on a navy cardbase and foam mounted the sentiment on it. 

My last card for today is featuring the gorgeous Fantasy Floral 3D die set.


I created several watercolored panel using various pink, purple and blue colors with golden splatter for the flower layers. I added some gold watercolor to the greens when I made the watercolored panel for the leaves. After the watercolored panel was dry I cut the flower layers and the foliage using Fantasy Floral 3D die set.

The background was created using smooshing technique. I scribbled Mountain Mist, Ocean Waves and Bamboo on a piece of acetate , sprayed pearlized water and applied the colors on a watercolor panel. I added some blue and gold splatters after the panel was dry. I foam mounted the background panel on a white cardbase and added the golden frame, cut with the gold foil paper and frame die from New Day Card Kit. I then arranged the flower and the leaves as I wanted and mounted them onto the card. To finish off the card I added some pretty iridescent sequins.

To celebrate this release, Altenew is giving away a $50 gift certificate to SIX lucky winners! Please leave a comment on the Altenew Card Blog and Altenew Scrapbook Blog by 8/15/2018 for a chance to win. Six winners will be announced on the Altenew blogs on 8/19/2018.

I will also randomly choose a winner from comments left on this post by 8/14/18 at 11:59pm EDT, who will win a $30 gift certificate to Altenew online store. The winner will be announced on this post on Wednesday 8/15/18.

—– WINNER (edited to add) —–
via Random Number Generator

Thank you so much for your lovely comments !!!
The Winner of a $30 gift certificate to Altenew online store is 

Congratulations, Helen! Please contact Altenew at [email protected] by 8/25/2018 with the subject line “Altenew Watercolor Pan Set Release Blog Hop Winner from TaeEun’s Blog”.


Limited time offer! Receive a FREE Watercolor Pan Case(value $5.99) with the purchase of the Watercolor 36 Pan Set. The free gift will be added to cart automatically.

Thank you so much for staying with me through this long post! Hope I could inspire you to do some watercoloring using Altenew Watercolor 36 Pan Set !!! 
And big thanks to Altenew for having me in this amazing blog hop!!! 

Wishing you all a happy hopping! 

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Post Author: TaeEun Yoo

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