After loading up the embossed background with a ton of products--Distress Crazing, crayon, ink, and paint Prima Wax, to accentuate that wonderful deep texture, I tore it in two diagonally, layered the torn pieces and rolled back one edge to show the Wallflower background.
Nothing says spring like bluebirds nesting. We have so many bluebirds here, and their babies have hatched and will soon be learning to fly.
I cut the bird from watercolor paper and painted it with Distress inks: Salty Ocean, Rusty Hinge and Walnut Stain. I used a micron pen for the eye.
There's lots of product on that feather, too, including various paints, inks and crayons.
Learning to Fly is a Clippings Sticker, edged in Ground Espresso ink and mounted on chip board.