Here is the full Rose and Chamomile image; I used the simpler version so that I could "fussy cut" a bit more easily.
Shown above are the Copic markers that I used to color the Rose and Chamomile image.
Patterned papers are from an older line--oldie but goodie--KaiserCraft Kaleidescope 6-1/2" paper. I was concerned that the pretty patterned paper might complete for attention with Marcy's rose image, so I added a layer of heavyweight vellum over the busier paper to tone it down and soften it just a bit. I hope you get a chance to see what the other girls did with the Power Poppy digital Rose and Chamomile image; the ones that I saw were lovely! We're happy to have Nancy Sheads of Rowhouse Greetings joining the Power Poppy Instant Gardeners too--welcome, Nancy!