I made this card for our son to celebrate some accomplishments. We'll tuck a little cash inside the card to sweeten the deal! How I made this card: All supplies are Stampin Up unless otherwise noted. The base of the card is Naturals -- it is sturdier than white or ivory cardstock and works well with this color palette. I stamped the little frogs from the Very Punny set with Black Memories ink onto shimmery white cardstock. I let them dry for a few minutes and then colored in the frogs and the surrounding paper with various markers -- I was trying to match the mustardy gold Bazzil paper that I used to make the background. A combination of caramel, more mustard, cameo coral, blush blossom and a little barely banana around the frogs did the trick. I made the background paper with Papertreyink circle stamps from Green Thumb (I think -- my clear stamps have sort of gotten mixed up ....). Clear stamps are at their best when making a background -- the solid stamps work great and it is easy to see where you are going. However, it wasn't that easy, as I messed up the textured side of the Bazzil paper (actual color unknown). So, I flipped it over and again stamped the large circle with Creamy Carmel classic ink and the smaller one with SU's Basic Black. I also used some clear ribbon stamps from either Papertreyink or Limited Edition (organization isn't my strong suit) to add a little interest behind the frogs. Matted the frogs on basic black cardstock, used the small corner rounder to round out the edges of the card and the frogs, adhered some black vintage brads. Made the tag with Too Terrific Tags with the same ink and cardstock as the card, and used the small slot punch to thread black grosgrain ribbon that I had colored with mustard and caramel markers. The colors of the ribbon match well IRL. Now that I've colored the black gingham twice, I'm stocking up on this stuff!! I adhered the matted frog layer with some Mono Multi glue, making sure to leave room for the tag, and then I stepped back and was happy.