I have used Very Vanilla as the accompanying neutral; here's what I came up with:
I stamped the maidenhair fern image, from Growing Green, onto the long Early Espresso panel, and the two Pink Pirouette panels (as well as on the sentiment oval). I wanted it to be subtle, and am really pleased with the outcome - although it's hardly visible in the photo! Can you see the stamping in this closer shot?:
Do you like the desserty look of the paper flower?? I started off with a flower made with Very Vanilla cardstock. It was sprayed lightly with Frost White shimmer mist (shimmer paint missed with Isocol), then spritzed with Pink Pirouette and Early Espresso markers (using my Color Spritzer tool). To finish off, I lightly sponged the edges of the outer petals with Pink Pirouette ink. A glimmer brad fastens all the layers together.
Stamps: Growing Green, Happiest Birthday Wishes
Card: Pink Pirouette smooth and textured, Very Vanilla, Early Espresso
Ink: Pink Pirouette stampin' pad and marker, Early Espresso stampin' pad and marker
Other: Frost White shimmer paint mixed with Isocol, Basics Glimmer Brad, Basic Pearls, sponge daubers, Nestabilities, Color Spritzer tool, Very Vanilla seam binding, Vintage Wallpaper embossing folder, sticky strip