I think I utilized almost every tool I have in my little bag of tricks on this holiday card. Of the hand punched items, I punched the large snowflake, and the smaller flakes. I punched the flowers and leaves and the bottom snowflake edging and top icicle double edging. Then there is the embossed stamp, which has multi mediums as well. I hand painted the image. Getting a little better at shading if I do say so myself. The shading on the bunny turned out just as I hoped it would. The snow dots, Santa hat, and bunny tail are texturized with white flocking. A bit hard to see in this picture is the chalking of the gifts. I wanted the color to be extremely subtle, so I softly shaded the gift in pink chalk. Then I chalked the outside of the image in ice blue to give the chilly feeling of a cold snowy day. I topped the smaller snowflakes with little pearls. In the photo they appear silvery, but they're a white pearl color. Not pictured: The interior has a band of the solid pink, layered with the diagonal cut of the two designed paper. Instead of a snowflake band in the middle, I double punched a strip of paper of both edges to create a snowflake ribbon, topped with same large layered punched snowflake.