Stamp the frame onto your envelope front or flap for perfectly coordinated ensembles.
Ink up the background with a brayer and a spectrum pad (check out this beautiful Autumn Leaves pad, new at Gina K Designs!) and stamp, for a gorgeous, gradient effect!
Ink up the different sections with different markers where they are divided by the stems. Completely filled in, when you stamp it the frame will look like panes of stained glass.
With markers, ink over just the borders and trace over the the flowers and stems images. When you stamp, you won't see a solid background, just the borders and flowers.
Stamp frame in Versamark and coat with Pearlex Powder, the result will look like shimmering silk!
Emboss the background with clear powder or colored powder and then go over the areas not embossed with markers, filling in the stems with green, flowers in the colors of your choice, making a negative of the stamp!
Add rhinestones or pearls to the tiny round buds shooting off the stems.