I also used a corner die that I picked up at Dies R Us for at least 70% off. I'm not certain, but I think they're closing out these Die-namites dies as the prices are still hugely slashed. You can almost always find something you like for 70% off. It makes a simple, unimposing frame for the colored image.
Pictured below are the Copics I used. I tried to limit the color palette, just switching around many of the same colors in different areas.
To create a soft, romantic look to the print I lightened somewhat and then put a softening filter on it.
This digi set includes the dogwood branch all by itself, so I went ahead and colored that one, too. The occasional sunny day we've had has really gotten me in the mood for fresh, light spring colors.
Have a beautiful day!
Card #1: Stamps: Power Poppy Graceful Still Life digi Paper: X-Press It Blending Card, So Saffron, white card base, Prima Julie Nutting designer paper Ink: Printer, Copics for coloring as pictured above Accessories: Pearl, Die-namites Scrolly Corner
Card #2: Stamps: Power Poppy Graceful Still Life digi (dogwood branch), My English Rose clear stamp set (sentiment) Paper: X-Press It Blending Card, Bazzill Springtime green Ink: Printer, SU Garden Green, Copics for coloring Accessories: Die-namites Scrolly Corner