Stampin’ Up! Flowering Fields With Botanicals For You

I used the Stampin’ Up! Flowering Fields and Botanicals For You Sale-a-bration stamp sets to create my card to share today.

Flowering Fields - Stamp With Amy K

My card design was inspired by Mojo Monday 430.

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I started by sponging half of a Tea Lace Paper Doily with Lost Lagoon and Blackberry Bliss inks, then I adhered the doily to a panel of Blackberry Bliss card stock with SNAIL.  I embossed a panel of Lost Lagoon card stock with the Modern Mosaic Embossing Folder, then adhered it to the Blackberry Bliss card stock with SNAIL.  I adhered the layered panel to a Blackberry Bliss card base with Stampin’ Dimensionals.

Flowering Fields 2 - Stamp With Amy K

I stamped the flower images from the Flowering Fields stamp set (Sale-a-bration item) in Basic Black Archival ink on a panel of watercolor paper.  I used my Blender Pen along with Lost Lagoon, Old Olive, Blackberry Bliss, Calypso Coral and Hello Honey inks to color the images.  I adhered the stamped panel to a panel of Old Olive card stock with Fast Fuse Adhesive, then to the card front with Stampin’ Dimensionals.

Flowering Fields 3 - Stamp With Amy K

I covered the “…” on the sentiment image from the Botanicals for You stamp set (Sale-a-bration item) with a Post-It Note, inked the sentiment in Blackberry Bliss, removed the Post-It Note and stamped the sentiment on a strip of Whisper White card stock.  I punched the end with the Banner Punch and adhered it to the card front with SNAIL.

Flowering Fields 1 - Stamp With Amy K

I cut flowers with the Bloomin’ Heart Thinlits Dies from Blackberry Bliss and Lost Lagoon card stocks, adhered them together and then to the card front with Glue Dots and added a Pearl Basic Jewel to finish it.

Flowering Fields 4 - Stamp With Amy K

I stamped the flower images from the Flowering Fields stamp set in Blackberry Bliss ink on a Whisper White panel inside the card.

You can find a complete list of supplies, including card stock cuts, at the very bottom of this post.

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Card stock cuts for this project:

  • Blackberry Bliss – 4-1/4″ x 11″ card base, 4″ x 5-1/4″ panel, Bloomin’ Heart Thinlits die cut
  • Lost Lagoon – 2-3/4″ x 5-1/8″ panel, Bloomin’ Heart Thinlits die cut
  • Old Olive – 3-1/8 x 3-1/8″ square
  • Whisper White – 1/2″ x 4″ strip, 4″ x 5-1/4″ panel (inside card)
  • Watercolor Paper – 3″ x 3″ square

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20 thoughts on “Stampin’ Up! Flowering Fields With Botanicals For You

  1. As always, I love your interpretation of the sketch! You make me want that stamp with your beautiful coloring. Cute, cute card. TFS

  2. beautiful card amy and you are going to laugh when you see my blog post tomorrow……we are sharing a brain again, haha……LOVE what you did with this stamp set

  3. Wow Amy, you’ve got some serious challenge mojo going on! You’ve really stepped up your interpretation of the sketch, now I “need” this set too, lol! 🙂

  4. Great card! Were the colors Lost Lagoon, Old Olive, and Blackberry Bliss supposed to be the main colors of the card? I see a better contrast with Lost Lagoon and Blackberry Bliss than I see with Old Olive combination with other the two colors Lost Lagoon and Blackberry Bliss. The Lost Lagoon in the flower picture integrates with the left panel. Old Olive is in the frame and plant stems of the flower scene and no where else on the card that I can tell. Maybe the doily has some Old Olive. 🙂
    I have used the white backgrounds on many of my latest cards for the challenges. I appreciate your advice. 🙂

    • Thanks Brent. I started the card with a completely different idea in mind…I was planning to use a pack of Designer Paper with those colors in it. I couldn’t get the design to work the way that I wanted it to, so I switched things up a bit and ended up with this color scheme. 🙂

      • I have certainly run into snags. In design challenges, I try to have three main colors. Most of my cards of my will need an integrating object that relates to all or most of the main colors. I have definitely have abandoned some efforts. Often I may return the next day to have a fix to some of those abandoned efforts. In most of my working career I relied my analytical side to earn a living. This card design stuff seems to stimulate both sides (analytical and creative) of my brain.

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