I have new toys, and I'm not afraid to use them. I recently attended the Scrapbook Expo in Pleasanton. I purchased a new stamp, (hope you like her as much as I do). With what products I couldn't find at the expo, I purchased online/mail order. I used my new moondust (by The Stencil Collection) in the center of my flowers. I purchased a multi shaped leaf punch and used with the bigger flower. I also purchased 3 chalk sets by Pebbles, and I've chalked my way all over this card. The background shading around the lady, (little tough to see in the photo), the shading on almost every exposed edge, as well as heavier shading on the scalloped punched side. Note the green and yellow shading on the large bottom left flower. I also purchased scalloped shaped cards for my stamped images. I bought square and circle shaped. This is my first try with the product. Good fit for the stamp, but the watercolor paint affects the paper, which affects the gluing onto the greeting card. Can't be shy with the glue strips next time. The 3D effect of the flowers came out really nice. It's hard to tell with the larger upper right flower, but the pedals have been shaped under in oppose to upwards. I had to use a 3D foam glue square to adhere to the card. I'm very happy with the way it turned out. Oh, and via Pinterest, I learned how to make the large bottom left flower out of leaf punches! Who knew?