I was never much a fan of floral imagery in any design -- clothes, furniture --but lately I have taken a bit of a liking to floral stamps. As long as they are not huge overstuffed cabbage roses or daisies or anything else so nakedly sentimental, or Victorian. I hate Victoriana with a passion.
But here is an ATC for my wildflower swap with Jennifer's "faux freehand" technique from the class, where you stamp in a light ink and draw over it:
When, I first started with it, I thought, oh hell no, this looks like a child drew it. But once it was finished I liked it better. The script overstamping helps it look more polished.
This is Hero Art's "Agapanthus" stamp. (I don't think agapanthus are really wildflowers, I think they are cultivated garden flowers, but this stamp looks pretty wild to me, so OK.)
And here is the same stamp over a background of Distress Ink and Perfect Pearls. Sadly you can't see the Perfect Pearls well in any of the photos -- it is gold and copper.
Plenty more floral techniques to try, so expect some more tomorrow. I was not inspired by the day of label stamps, so I'm going to skip over that. In fact I don't think I have any, anyway.