I knew immediately what I wanted to do. Today I found the new spring distress inks at Archiver's and was able to use a nice big coupon to get them - I was so thrilled because I thought I'd never be able to find them! I ADORE the shaded lilac - it is the most gorgeous shade of periwinkle, and I also used the squeezed lemonade color, plus some pinks for the 3rd flower. Here's my entry:
supplies: Hero Arts spring notecard in pink, white cardstock, Darice Damask embossing folder, Hero Arts E3373 Spring Memories, stamped in VersaMark, embossed in clear and sponged with shaded lilac, squeezed lemonade distress inks and Adirondack Shell pink. The pink and yellow were hard to read, so I went back in and sponged a darker shade of each color in the centers of the flowers: dusty concord, wild honey, and worn lipstick distress inks. Leaves are die cut using Wplus9 Folk Art Florals for the leaves and a Hobby Lobby dotted green paper, tiny buttons and thread. The lilac flower is popped above the rest with a Scrapbook Adhesives 3D foam square.
Here's another picture focusing on the lilac flower, to show you the lettering better:
And once again entering this into Simon Says Stamp's "Anything Goes" challenge: