I am supposed to be hosting a stamp sale in May at my house. I have a ton of Stampin Up sets that I was going to sell and pulled them all out of their shelves. Now, I'm rethinking selling them, as I've been having a ball playing with them. How I made this card: I have a pack of Basic Grey 6 x 6 Daphne sheet from the Perhaps group of paper that, frankly, I'm not wild about. The background of this card is from this pack and has a very faint flower pattern that reminded me of one of the flowers in the retired hostess set Best Blossoms. I took that stamp and, using Stampin Up's Blush Blossom classic ink, stamped the flower over the patterned paper a few times just to add a bit more color. After cleaning off the stamp, I stamped it in The Essential Glue Pad and stamped the flower 4 times over the card. (I stamped on the glue pad before each stamping.) This glue pad really does work without heat. If you decide to use it, remember to clean your stamp right away. I just rinsed mine under running water (no yelling at me!!). Then the fun began. I poured The Art Institute's Ultra Fine Crystal Transparent glitter over the flowers and tapped the glitter off and set the card aside for the glue to dry. I'm not sure how long it takes to dry, but I set it aside for about an hour. The word "delight" is from Stampin Up's retired Paint Prints hostess set and I used a Close to Cocoa Marker to ink it, and put SU vintage brads on either side. Finally, I pierced some holes in the upper and lower corners -- hint: punch the holes BEFORE you put the glitter on! Finally, I mounted the background paper on Close to Cocoa cardstock and then onto a Blush Blossom card.