I embossed the Thank You stamp in gold and then stamped the flower, and colored it with my new fave method – real watercolors! Somewhere in my travels I acquired a sample card of Daniel Smith watercolors. Just dabs of dried watercolor paint from the tube on a light cardboard sheet. I just wet my brush and tap it on the little “blob” of watercolor, and voila! – brush the watercolor on my image. I’m still experimenting with layering colors and light and shadows, but I love the look! This isn’t even watercolor paper – it’s Stampin’ Up’s Shimmery White, my go-to card stock for card fronts or fussy cut images. I stamped the flower again on plain paper and cut it out to mask the flower, then spritzed the background with Smooch Spritz colors (love the shimmer!!!). That purple was a little overwhelming, but I soaked a bunch up with a paper towel right after I spritzed. I also wiped off the “thank you” portion with a damp paper towel when everything had dried so the gold would stand out. Peel the mask off the flower and there you have it! Do you have someone to send a BIG Thank you to? Message me or click on the link to my online store to get your own “Another Thank You” stamp set. I know I will definitely be using this BIG Thank You stamp again!