The ornament is extremely beautiful and typical of Chinese decorative art. It is well drawn and you can use it in its entirety, you can extract the flower from it to use it as a design element, or you can delete the flowers and use only the ornamental border. As you can see, we didn't pay much attention to the coloring of the ornament, though its coloring is rather interesting. The outer part is dark brown-red, and towards the center the colors slowly change to red, while in the center itself it is more of an orange-yellow. In this way the effect was obtained as if there was a light source in the center (the sun). Because China is considered the ‘New Land of the Rising Sun’ today, the coloring of this ornament in this way, incidentally, is a little symbolic. Of course, you can color the ornament as you wish, and inside the files you can find its non-colored version that you may color later on. If you want your ornament to be colored in an authentic way, it is best to study Chinese decorative art a little, i. e., to study what color palettes were used by the Chinese artists to paint floral ornaments.