This is an ATC - something I have not done in about five years...an ATC - Artist Trading Card. An ATC is a mini card - measurements are 2.5" x 3.5". I did ten of these - the stamp image (Hero Arts) was a gift from my friend Lana Lepinski a while back; ATC base is ivory cardstock; floral image is Rubber Stampede. I stamped the Hero Arts image onto ivory cardstock, tore then distressed the edges with Distress Pad in Vintage Photo (Ranger). I then collaged the ATC base first using 7gypsies papers and the Hero Arts stamped image. Then I inked up the floral image with purple and olive Stampin' Up markers, spritzed with water and stamped onto the collaged surface. Stamped again using Ranger Archival Jet Black pad. Added black 7gypsies paper strip at base. Dabbed upper floral area with a 1x1 Perfect Medium (Ranger) pad, then heat set one layer of clear Ultra Thick Embossing Enamel (known as UTEE - it's a chunky embossing powder, available at most craft stores). While warm, I dabbed a bit of gold Perfect Pearls into the warm UTEE to give the appearance of a glow from the sun. I then layered a piece of mica, punched 2 holes through all layers (including the mica) with a 1/16" hand-held Fiskars hole punch, and threaded 2 antique gold brads through the holes. I trimmed the sides of the mica flush with the ATC base. I finished the back with a piece of black cardstock the same size as the ATC. Signed, numbered & dated.