At first, I started with some Blue Bayou Prints DSP, however, I noticed that more contrast was needed for this technique. So, of course, what do you reach for when you want the design to pop? Yes, American Crafts. I found one of my favorite prints from them, Sixth Avenue Little Italy. Yes, I still have scraps of that big enough for this technique!
Initially, I had something on the inside square, but I hated how it looked, so I changed it to an embossed square in Basic Black with a sentiment (SU! Fun Filled) in Craft White. The Blintz Base is adhered with Dimensionals on a 4.5 x 4.5 square of Basic Black. The card is mounted on a Certainly Celery base. I used the corner rounder on the base to blend with the design of the paper, which had sharp corners as well as rounded ones.