Another Outlines blossom card - this one in PINK! In this card, we used a lot of the BoBunny LoveShack line of papers and the "tips" of the blossom stamps are colored with a bright pink Tombow marker to add a little sharpness to the ends of the petals. The large swirl on the card base is a HUGE stamp from Outlines, as well. We stamped it with Wild Rose Ranger Adirondack dye ink. The leaves on this card are stamped with black Stazon ink on green vellum. A quick trick with vellum. Colored vellum is not available in a good color range, BUT... you can alter the color easily with your Copic markers! However, you need to add the color to the back side of the vellum - NOT the side you stamp on. Why? Both Copic markers and Stazon ink alcohol based. This means that they will make each other bleed. So, you can apply the Copic color to the back. I stamp the image first and make sure the ink has completely dried. I then add the color to the back side of the vellum - and only where I need it - so as not to waste my Copic ink on sections that are getting cut off. The Copics work so well because they dry almost instantly and they level out their color with less streaking. Give it a try - I think you will like the results.