Despite the fact that I have an ugly cold and cut my finger this morning, I managed to create a masterpiece JUST FOR YOU, my faithful readers. How I made this card: After nursing my wound, I found a standard A2 card made with Stampin Up's Summer Sun cardstock underneath a pile of paper (have I mentioned that I have too much paper???). By the way, in real life, the flower is a better match to the Summer Sun .... I cut a piece of Basic Grey Blush paper into a 4 1/4" square, trimmed one edge with Provo Craft Paper Shapers scallop scissors (of course using the wrong side of the paper so I did not end up with a scalloped edge) and adhered to the card. I very carefully lined up the letters from Amuse Arts Clear Stamps Lowercase-small Polka Dot set onto a gridded acrylic block from My Favorite Things. I stamped them onto scrap paper using Colorbox Fluid Chalk Cat's Eyes Chestnut Brown ink a few times to make sure I had the letters lined up correctly. Then I stamped "Spring" directly onto the Summer Sun cardstock. I folded a large yellow flower from Heidi Swapp in half and secured with a couple of halp circles of paper -- Stampin Up's Chocolate Chip cardstock punched with a 1 and 1/8" EK Success punch and another circle of the Basic Grey punched with a 1" EK Success circle punch. Both circles cut in half before adhering. At this point, I thought about adding something to either side of the word, but decided that I would quit while I was ahead.