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In Bloom with Flowering Fields

Last week I used the lovely Flowering Fields from Sale-A-Bration, and instantly fell in love with this set. I find colouring with Aqua Painters quite therapeutic.  Today I have combined it with stamps and thinlets from a Number of Years  



I gained inspiration from the 3 challenges below!



Here is a close up of the water colouring, I love how you can add depth of colour by layer more ink as you go, can you see the subtle contrast in Blushing Bride on the main flower?

 

I used a masking technique so that I didn't over stamp on the flowers, by using the Stamp-a-ma-jig I was able to work out the layout for the design.  The sentiment is from Cottage Greetings.


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Comments

  1. LOVE this stamp set as well!!! Very sweet card and love those pastels. x Carolyn

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  2. This is such a pretty bouquet, and you've colored it beautifully. Thanks for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches this week!

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  3. Stamp-a-ma-jig... Maybe I'm showing you that I'm a newbie when it comes to stamping but I had to watch a video on YouTube to find out what a Stamp-a-ma-jig was. Perfect tool. I learn so much from these challenges and others.

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    1. I love the Stamp-a-ma-jig, don't worry I goggled it too! Once you have the hang of using it, it is such a great tool

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  4. Fantastic use of this wonderful set! Love your background and the pop of blue from your banner. Glad you joined us this week at FMS!

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  5. This is such a gorgeous scene that you have created, Sue and I love the soft colouring and the lovely background and elegant banner too. Thanks for joining us at Just Add Ink this week :-)

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  6. I love how you grouped all your elements into one focal point Sue - it really draws your eye in to the all the delicate detail in the flowers and colouring! Thanks for joining us at Just Add Ink this week.

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  7. Such a delight Sue! Lots of white space and a lovely use of both the colours and Flowering Fields. Thanks for joining in at Just Add Ink.

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  8. Such a pretty card, Sue! Those soft colors and delicate flowers go lovely together. Thank you for joining us at ATCAS!

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  9. I love your sweet bunch of flowers on the watercolour background. Great card!

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  10. Gorgeous! Love how you've used the stamps, sketch and the colors!!! Just gorgeous!

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  11. My fave sale a Bration set, love this card. I pinned it and you've had tons of repins - and rightly so!!

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  12. My fave sale a Bration set, love this card. I pinned it and you've had tons of repins - and rightly so!!

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  13. Just lovely! I really like how you masked the flowers to make a bouquet. Beautiful coloring and background.

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