Shoot, forgot to photograph the Copics before I put them away, but maybe you can see the reds there... RV34, R39, R59, R89. I used BV's for the other blooms. All colors were selected to match the designer paper which covers the card base. It's always fun to choose the paper first, then color to match. It sometimes makes for color combos I might not have considered otherwise.
It's a simple design for easy mailing. Popped up the image panel and added a length of stitched ribbon and die cuts from an old favorite Spellbinders Floral Flourishes set. I brushed Wink of Stella onto the die cuts. She's so pretty, but very shy about having her photo taken. Maybe you can see Stella winking at you here:
I have so many October birthdays to celebrate, but I think I'm caught up now and ready to start on November. I do love making and sending birthday cards!
Before I go I'd like to mention a brand new challenge blog. It's called The Flower Challenge. The idea is to have flowers the focal point of your card. Sounds right up my alley, doesn't it?
Their first and current challenge is Anything Goes with Florals, and that's where I'm linking my card today. Can't wait to see their upcoming themes!
Wishing you a lovely day!
Stamps: Power Poppy Well, Hello Dahlia digi and Cuppa Buttercups digi Paper: X-Press It Blending Card, kraft, Purely Pomegranate (small leaf plus card base), designer paper of forgotten origin Ink: Printer, Copics for coloring Accessories: Ribbon, Wink of Stella glitter pen, Memory Box Cross Stitched Frames, Spellbinders Floral Flourishes, Scotch brand foam mounting tape