Here is Tim's tag for April.
And here is my take.
I love how the yellow daffodils turned out. I used Distress ink is Mustard Seed and Wild Honey for the flowers and Crushed Olive for the stems and leaves. The background was a mix of Iced Spruce and Evergreen Bough with splatters of Black Soot.
I was a bit thrown by Tim's use of pumice stone around the flowers of his tag, but once I tried it, I realized that I liked it. It gives the flowers a little more depth and interest and keeps them from looking too flat.
Here is a close-up of the flowers. The stamp I used is an older one from Hero Arts. I hadn't used it much so I was glad to have a reason to use it.
I plan to use this technique again to make Mother's Day cards for my Mama and Grandma.