I used Wild Honey, Fired Brick and Tattered Rose inks, first making the background which was first sponged with Tattered Rose before being stamped with all three colours and the various 'Paisley' shapes. Then I edged the whole sheet with Wild Honey. For the focus, I stamped mirror image shapes in either Wild Honey or Fired Brick and assembled them into a flower-type arrangement and finished it off with a small image from the set. I mounted the flower on card which I'd previously 'attacked' with the Tattered Rose pad (Sponging the background took forever and I was impatient) and I was rather pleased with the effect that gave.
I've always found Paisley-type designs quite 'busy' so I kept the arrangement quite simple.
I can see this set is going to be used for a lot of backgrounds - it's really quite versatile with all the different sizes and orientations of the shapes!
I'd like to enter this card for the following challenges: Meljen's Design Team which is looking for 'clean and simple',
Stampin Royalty who are asking for you to create your own backing paper,
Creative Inspirations where anything goes,
SSDS which is looking for clean and simple, and
Craftalicious who want us to make our own flowers.