The papers, of course, are Anna Griffin along with the sentiment, banner, and ribbon. I cut the bird from one of the other papers in the pack. It was light blue, but I used green and pink Ranger Distress Ink, a bit of brown Copic and a Zig Writer gold marker to make it fit my color scheme. The fence, green flourishes, and roses were cut on my Silhouette. I distressed the fence by spraying it with water, bunching it, opening it back up, and rubbing it through distress inks sprayed with water. Does that make sense? You know the technique I'm talking about. The roses were made with six five-petal flowers shaped, glued together, and inked a bit. I used some Distress ink on the green flourishes too, but that's not easy to see.
I was inspired by the photo challenge at The Shabby Tea Room. The challenge is to use the colors from the photo and include dimensional flower(s).