I wanted to spend a little time playing with my copics. I haven't used this magenta stamp in a while and it is one of my favorites. It has a shabby chic look to me. I stamped my B-line design polka dots on the green in white craft ink and then embossed in white for dimension.
Cool tip: I took a scrap of chenille from my daughter's quilting scraps and ran it through my cuttlebug die. Worked great! This added the softness I was looking for.
A few finishing touches. The velvet ribbon. Distressed the whole thing with Tim Holtz vintage photo ink. Antique glaze on the flower. Pewter accents and I am quite pleased with the results. Love this flower!
Here is a close up of my flower. You can click on it and see it even closer....check out all my flaws. lol! I have found that I need to work quickly with the copics in order to have good blending. I usually keep the lids off so I can switch from one color to another without fiddling.