When I'm buried under a ton of uncleaned stamps and paper scraps, ribbons, etc., my mind goes to the cleaner look! How I made this card: The base is non SU shimmery white paper (source unknown, but SU's is better!). I made the "ribbon trim" with Limited Edition Ribbon and Lace clear stamp set, using SU's Close to Cocoa, Certainly Celery and Bashful Blue classic inks. This set of stamps retails for about $15, but I snagged it with a 40% off coupon (don't you love a bargain?). Excellent quality, too. The small blue flower is from SU's Perennial Favorites. I stamped it with Bashful Blue ink onto a scrap of the shimmery white and layered onto Certainly Celery and Cocoa cardstocks, all punched with 1", 1 1/4" and 1 3/8" circle punches. The circle seemed too small for the card so I made a fake flower with the SU small oval punch and some scraps of Bashful Blue cardstock -- like this: Only then did I remember that I wanted to add a celery brad in the center. I was able to punch through 3 layers of cardstock and scotch tape with my trusty Japanese Screw Punch. That baby rocks! Finally, I stamped "happy" from SU's Polka Dots and Paisley in Close to Cocoa ink. Have a HAPPY weekend!