This card is actually brighter in real life than on the screen! I made it for my son to give to my Mom for her 85th birthday this past Sunday. Luckily, my Mom was discharged from the hospital on her birthday after a brief stay. How I made this card: I had to rush home from the hospital with my Mom and come up with something quick. I've been wanting to use my Cricut for a while, and really like these big scallop squares. So -- I cut a 4 inch square scallop with the Mini Monogram cartridge on the Cricut, using an off white shimmery paper (brand unknown). Stamped the daisy from Autumn Leaves Flower Stamps by Rhonna Farrer (clear acrylic stamps) in Palette Noir ink. Colored in the daisy with Stampin Up Summer Sun, Green Galore, and Brilliant Blue Markers, and used the small tip of the Brilliant Blue marker to fill in some polka dots. "Happy Birthday" sentiment from SU's Warm Words. Other supplies: SU Brilliant Blue Cardstock and Brads and Green Galore Cardstock; SU Brilliant Blue Classic Ink. I remain enamored with clear stamps -- this set of 12 good size stamps (mainly flowers and flourishes) only cost about $8, since I used a 50% off coupon at AC Moore's last week. However, my objection to clear stamps at present is simply the limited choice of designs -- most have a very similar look -- lots of flowers and alphabets and few other options. So, I remain a rubber fan too! In fact, I'm chomping at the bit to see the July 1 Stampin Up catalogue . . .