The word "blossom" always makes me think of the years I spent living out in the rural New Territories of Hong Kong, where the peach and plum trees were carefully nurtured so that the blossom would be at its best for Chinese New Year. Whole fields of little saplings had lights strung over them to fool the plants into thinking they were getting more daylight than they really were - they made a spectacular sight.
With that in mind, I stamped this branch and vase, both from a set that came cover mounted on a magazine a year or two back, using blue for the vase to match some of my favourite vases that I still have from my Hong Kong days. I masked the vase to get the branch in the right position, and then used a water brush to draw out a little of the blue ink to create a small shadow below the vase.
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One Layer Simplicity Challenge - Blossom
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