This card uses one of the first stamps I bought -- 3 Dancing Hearts by Hero Arts. It is no longer available through Hero Arts, and if you are interested in obtaining it, let me know and I'll put you in my will. Speaking of dying... I bet you are just dying to know how I made this card, aren't you? I stamped the hearts twice with Memories Black ink on Stampin Up's So Saffron cardstock. I used a variety of Prismacolor pencils and my awesome kindergarten coloring skills to color in the hearts and then the background. I prefer not to use a smooth cardstock like SU's Whisper White, Beckett's Expression #80 or even Memory Box when using pencils, because I like a paper that has a little tooth to catch the crayons. The nice thing about pencils is that you can color over colored cardstock if you add enough layers. Every once in while I picked up a piece of a paper towel and rubbed it over the layers to help to blend them. There are so many layers here, and therefore so much pencil wax on the card, that I didn't think I could stamp over it. I held my breath and used Papertreyink's Paper Trey set and stamped "Just Because" in the Memories Black ink. "Just" came out fine, but "because" was a little spotty, so I worked over it with a Sharpie fine black pen. Added some brads, layered it on SU Black and Pixie Pink cardstocks and then mounted all of it on Memory Box Lime cardstock (LOVE this color and duplex quality of this paper) -- it matches the main image better IRL than on the screen. The finished card is 6 and 1/4" x 4" and is 100% approved by ME.