Neglected Field Flowers — FabFri14

This is another Fab Friday week!  And we have a fun color challenge in store for you this time:

I love these colors!  Going along with my theme for the week — to use my neglected stamp sets (I really need more than a week for this theme :)), I chose Field Flowers for today.  I think this set is gorgeous!  And I love how the flower is a separate stamp from the stem — it makes it so easy to ink up the colors you want.  And the two-step stamping for the petals makes it so easy to add dimension to the card.  Why haven’t I been using this stamp set more?  I don’t know, but I really had fun playing with it for this challenge.

Field Flowers -- Fab Fri 14

I hope you’ll be able to join in, and make a card for this challenge with us at Fab Friday!  You get two weeks!

Enjoy your Friday!  Thanks for stopping by!

Supplies Used:
Stamps:  Field Flowers
Ink:  Pink Pirouette, Calypso Coral, Lucky Limeade
Paper:  Sahara Sand, Very Vanilla, Tea for Two dsp, Fan Fair dsp
Embellishments:  Natural 7/16″ Trim Ribbon, Linen Thread, Vintage Faceted Designer Buttons, Pearl Basic Jewels, Dazzling Details, 3/16″ Corner punch

6 thoughts on “Neglected Field Flowers — FabFri14

  1. Your card contains 3 of my least favorite colors…but you have managed to make them all look
    beautiful together. No small accomplishment in my book. Very nice!

  2. Amy, this is so pretty, what a very charming card! Love the beautiful faceted button with the pearl against the natural ribbon! I can’t believe I have not gotten Field Flowers yet, as much as I love floral stamps! I’m sure it will be going on an order very soon now!

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