This is a Mother's Day card for my MIL, a really great woman! And, she raised a nice young man for me to snatch away oh so many years ago. Thanks, Dorann! Supplies used: Beckett's Expression Cardstock #80; SU Pretty in Pink and Black cardstock; SU Pretty in Pink classic ink; Memories Black ink; Memory Box clear set "Modern Elements" (for the background images); Wishing You set by SU; Pink Ribbon and black vintage brads from SU; White Daisy with Black and White polka dot brad from Making Memories. I colored the daisy with the Pretty in Pink ink pad (looks better in person!). To answer a question, a Japanese Screw Punch also known as a Japanese Book Drill is an awesome tool -- you can punch anywhere through a stack of paper. It has a variety of sizes of bits that screw in and are easily changed. You just push down on the paper and the punch twists. It requires no skill and no twisting of your wrist! You can get one at Bonnie's Best Art Tools. I used it to punch holes through the ribbon and 2 layers of cardstock. Very easy. Here is a picture of it.