Here's how I've created it.
1. I've cut out a scallop paper using my self-made template and a decorative scissors. (Refer to "Create Your Own Scallop Paper Template" in my tips and tricks section) I've used a decorative scissors here to give more interesting edges to the scallop paper.
2. I've used some twines as a mask to do some masking on the paper using some distress ink.
3. I've randomly stamped some designs and stenciled some leafs on it.
4. I've used the twines again to do a second layer of masking with a darker shade of ink and stamped flowers with some black ink on it. Lastly, I've added some details to it using my black pen.
(Tip: Make sure you use a thicker paper to do this or else the paper might tear with all those layers of ink. Don't worry if the twines does not stay when you try to do the masking. It would looked better if the design is more random)