Some of you will know about Jen Brum's aversion to circles - well I feel the same way about ovals. For some reason, I avoid using them. That might be to do with the fact that most of the time I use them, they end up crooked :) So anyway, I used an oval and here is my card.
I die-cut an oval from a white card base and layered some Watercolor Wash patterned paper behind it. The flower was stamped and embossed in white before being colored with a single Zig Marker. Once it was dry, I splattered some more of the same marker over the flower and then die-cut it.
I tucked the stem behind the oval cut-out and left the rest to hang over the frame to add interest. The sentiment is white embossed on black and a couple of floating petals finished off the card.
Thanks for visiting! The rest of the design team have made some fabulous cards using this sketch so be sure to check them out.
Stamps: Mondo Hydrangea (Essentials by Ellen), Painted Butterflies (Altenew)
Cardstock: White, black, watercolor, Watercolor Wash Patterned Paper (MFT)
Dies: Mondo Hydrangea, Pierced Oval Stax (MFT)
Accessories: White EP, Zig Markers