Ok, let me just say right off that I by no means feel qualified by any stretch of the imagination to be chosen for Robyn's awesome design team, but it was a rainy day here in California and I was bored, so this card was born! My focal image was cut at 2 3/4" from the Elegant Cake cartridge. It is called Accent 8 and is on page 37 of the handbook. I first cut the base in a soft sage green, then cut the layer in a pale pink. I then inked the green layer with Forest Moss Distress Ink and inked the pink layer with Victorian Velvet Distress Ink. I was really happy with the result, although it is difficult to photograph. Then I cut the brown layer from Chocolate Stardream cardstock. I LOVE this cardstock! It is so shimmery and beautiful and is awesome to work with. The brown layer is 7" X 3 1/2 ". The card base is also Stardream cardstock in Opal, which is a beautiful shimmery off-white. The card base is large-- 12" X 8 1/2", folded in half, making the card front 6" X 8 1/2". The brown mulberry flower is from iamroses.com. I love their flowers. This one is the 2" gardenia in brown. Now for the ribbon. It actually isn't ribbon at all. It is rayon seam binding that was white. I put it in a zip bag and added alcohol ink in Mountain Rose and Hazelnut, dried it with my heat gun as I scrumched it so it would look wrinkly, then misted it with Dazzling Diamonds Glimmer Mist and tied it on my card! So, that's it. Hope you like it!