I positioned the main image in the upper right corner and one of the singles in the lower left. There are no sentiments with this set so I scrolled through my Power Poppy digis until I landed on this quote which I've never used before. It's bold enough for the colored background, and the words are very meaningful. Folks should think about this when they're younger as it could save a lot of angst. The sentiment is from Pure Prairie Bouquet digital set.
I'd planned for a white background, but in its usual way, my printer spit all over the sentiment area. The more ink it uses, the more it spits, tsk tsk. To minimize the flaws I made another one of those fun backgrounds which I made once before (here). This time I loosely colored the whole background with a Copic Y32 marker, then dropped Colorless Blender in small amounts at a time onto it. It makes a very interesting effect. I do plan to experiment with this more in the future. ps: Do the background first with this technique. I safely added the pointillism after coloring. It floats and drips away from the image, giving it a sense of magic or fantasy.
I played a lot with my Copics to get colors I was satisfied with. The bluish-green rosette is a mix of G12, BG11, YG61, and YG63. Someday I hope to learn more about pencils over Copics. It could solve a lot of problems!
If you like succulent sets, Power Poppy has quite a few of them. In addition to the So Succulent digi set you can see a mix of digital and clear succulent sets here. One of the clear sets even has matching dies.
I'm off to start the rest of my day. Hoping yours is a beautiful one!