I started by deciding what size card I wanted. I chose a mini slimline. I though it was perfect for the size I Chose to print my flower images in. I trimmed my top piece down to 3.25"x6.25" to give a white boarder around the card. I stenciled my top piece with the Clearly Classic Stencil. I chose a color pink that matched my flowers. I went heavier on one side and then softened it out.
I colored my flowers after I printed them in the size I wanted. I always print a few so I have some on hand for future projects. I vary the sizes so I have plenty to pick from. Once they were printed and cut out, I Copic colored them. The Copics I use will be listed at the end of my post.
From there I attached my two bouquets to my card. I like to add dimension to my card so I glued the inner leaf pieces to my card and then I pop up my flowers on the opposite side with foam tape. It gives it just a little extra "oomph."