The cards today have been made using a Sale-a-bration stamp set called flowering fields and it’s FREE with a £45 order, and it’s fab.  So if you like to watercolour you can do that, I recommend either our watercolour paper or my personal favourite the Shimmery White paper along with Archival ink ( so it doesn’t bleed) when watercoloring.

Flowering Fields SAB 2016 Inspiring Inkin'

Or you can pick up a range of ink colours, in this case all from the Subtles family, So Saffron, Blushing Bride, Pool Party and Pear Pizzazz and stamp randomly to make a wildflower meadow.  Same stamps but different looks.

Amanda Fowler Inspiring Inkin' flowering fields

The reason I love stamping is because I can’t draw, believe me I have tried, but most things I draw are not recognisable and in fact most 3 year olds wouldn’t be proud……. So I stamp because the amazing Stampin’ Up! artists have drawn the images and then I can colour them in, embellish them and be creative and proud!

The pictures below will take you direct to my online store.

Remember the Flowering Fields stamp set can be yours for FREE when you place a £45 order, it is not available to purchase.

So I have 2 questions for you today, can you draw? and which card do you prefer? The watercolored one at the top or the coloured stamping?

Please leave me a comment below I love to hear from you!

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