Thursday, March 6, 2014


Despite having my Copics for a bit of time, I never truly learned how to blend the colors together because I never bought the correct paper that wouldn't bleed. I know that the coloring itself doesn't compare to what I see other crafters use, but I still really enjoy using digital stamps anyway. This card was made using the Wryn Blooms digi from Tiddly Inks that I downloaded a while back when it was offered as a freebie.

Because the flowers were so colorful, I decided to keep Wryn's dress fairly muted and used an extremely light gray. I didn't want her outfit to make the entire image be too loud. But then, of course, I needed some pretty patterned paper on the white cardstock so I chose a green polka dot as the layer. I think it reinforces the whole growth and flowers and nature feeling of the image. 

The sentiment is from Pink by Design's set called "Pray." The reason I chose it is because when I see flowers growing in nature, I like to think that they're a "bouquet" given to me by God. I've mentioned before that I'm not a girl who likes receiving flowers, but when they're growing along the side of the road, I just have to smile and think about how blessed I am to have a God who loves me!


  1. Rachel, I LOVE this! Thank you for playing in our Tiddly Inks Green challenge.

    1. Thank you! I don't enter challenges very often anymore, but I really should because I love being part of the crafting community that way.

  2. What a sweet card! Thanks for joining us at Tiddly Inks.

  3. Love your brightly colored flowers along with the fun green DP, so sweet! Thank you sharing your creation with us @ Tiddly Inks for our "Green" challenge :)