In keeping with my goal to use as much as my paper as quickly as possible (so I can buy MORE of course) this card uses 2 different papers from the luscious Basic Grey Blush collection. How I made this card: Well, couldn't be easier. Layered the patterned paper on top of the distressed turquoise paper (both part of the Blush collection -- the full size 12 x 12 sheets) and put both on top of a Stampin Up Very Vanilla card. Stamped JUST Because (2 separate acrylic stamps from Papertreyink) with Dark Brown Fluid Chalk ink from the Color Box Cat's Eyes' Queue Collection (Chocolate and Blueberries) on the turquoise paper. I purchased the Queue Collection from Cornish Heritage Farms. They come in little stacking packs of 6 and I love them -- so easy to store. Punched stamped turquoise paper with the Mega Scallop Punch from Marvy Uchida; added some eyelets from SU's Earth Elements collection, a bit of SU brown grosgrain ribbon and adhered it to the card. It looked like it needed something so I gently unpeeled the bottom of the scallop from the card, slid in a piece of scrap paper and stamped a portion of one of the flowers from the Autumn Leaves Rhonna Farrer Botanicals collection. To answer a previous question from Debbie, Botanicals is my first set of acrylic stamps from Autumn Leaves. They seem thick and deep etched so I don't expect them to tear. However, I'm aware that some acrylics turn gummy or hard after a while. I don't think I will invest too much money in any one brand until I see how they stand the test of time.