Can I love this card? Please? Any project that's as easy to create as this one should certainly be loved, and anyone who receives a card like this would surely think that you went to a lot of trouble to make it! I don't know the correct name for this technique, but I began by stamping the large image with VersaMark onto glossy card stock and gold-embossed it. I then stamped the butterflies with VersaMark and silver-embossed them. Next, I sponged Soft Suede, Always Artichoke, and Not Quite Navy ink--randomly--on the card stock. When finished with the sponging, I tissued off the ink that was resisted by the embossing and used the heat tool to "re-shine" the embossed images. I used the Eyelet Border punch on the Brushed Gold card stock and then dry-embossed it with the "Vintage Wallpaper" embossing folder. This card was finished with a crochet trim bow, topped with a Vintage Adornment flower, and the "hello" tag. The stamped images are from the "Bliss" and "Tiny Tags" stamp sets, and the card stock colors are Very Vanilla and Baja Breeze.