I love the image as it reminds me of spring and the verse is perfect. You can get this image and many more from the store at Imagine That here: http://imaginethatdigistamp.blogspot.com/. If you have not been to her store yet I really urge you to go as she has some fantastic images there. Fathers day is coming and she has some sweet images for that and you get the line drawing the precolored drawing and the sentiments all foe one low price. In some of the sets you will even find some papers as well. She does have some sets of just papers and they are all great papers. I like digital papers because if I need something I can usually find it in my digital paper collection and don't have to run to the store to get more paper. Believe me I have tons of paper but somehow sometimes Not the right piece for the card I am working on so the digital ones really help me in so many ways.
I colored my image with copics (of course is there anything else?) I mounted it to a red card base with a black under layer that I punched the border with a fiskars punch for some bling I also added a double loop bow to it as well. The black gems just seemed like they belonged there and also the black gems in the center of the flowers. All in all a pretty plain card but I think pretty elegant as well.
I do hope you will come down and join us at our progressive monthly challenge at Imagine That by Kris and the address for that is here: http://imaginethatdigistamp.blogspot.com/2015/05/may-challenge-coupon-code.html. For all that don't know what a progressive challenge is I will explain. You normally buy the image the first month then as long as you use that image to enter into that challenge for that month you will receive the next month image free. It is a good way to build your digital image collection. That is how I got started with the digital images and have so many now. So come on down and try it out, I bet you will be surprised at how much you like it.
So till next time I hope you will leave me a comment on what you think and Happy Crafting to you all.