My title for my card is in French. How well it is translated, I don't know. It should say, butterfly and flowers with gold accents. Kyra's challenge, for Splitcoaststampers Mix-Ability challenge this week (MIX166) is to sponge a box (rectangle) or make a box with dp and stamp on edge to be outside of box. My "box" was the dp with the dress makers form. I outlined the "box" with a marker between the stamped flowers. Another part of her challenge is to use a winter stamp to make spring. Well, I used a winter stamp on my card. Do you see it? Well to be fair, after I stamped the flowers, I masked them and stamped a poinsettia, holly, pinecone image over the flowers and removed the mask. I colored the flowers with colored pencils. I put a thick layer of Aleene's tacky glue over the flowers. When they dried, I took a marker to go over the edges of the petals. I put little store bought pearl embellishments in the centers of the flowers. I added gold metallic rub around the edges. There is a layer of cheesecloth that I dyed by putting it into a ziplock baggie and adding distress reinkers in the bag. The ribbon is a wider ribbon that I cut in half. I knew it would unravel a little bit but that just added to the shabby chic feel. The dress form has glitter and the gold metallic rub on it. For the inside of my easel card, I stamped the flowers, and winter image again. I colored the flowers with the same colored pencils, but because it was on white carstock instead of the brownish dp, they didn't look right. So I took some distress ink to the top of them. I had run out of pearls, so I made the centers on the inside of the card out of hot glue drops that I painted with fingernail polish and added metallic rub to the top. One of my photos shows the store pearls and my hot glue pearls. The butterfly was stamped colored cut out and I heat embossed with a clear embossing powder.