The flowers are made by layering circle and scallop punches. I roughed up the edges of the plain circles to give them more texture.
I used my Cricut Storybook cartridge to create the title and then I used a black Sharpie to color my rhinestone gems.
For the border on the bottom, I inked up my new Technique Tuesday In Bloom stamps. I love this set. It cost me less than $3 when I bought it on sale at twopeasinabucket.com and I know I am going to use it a lot. I love the versatility of being able to place the various flowers in the set wherever I want them. You can see the full set here: http://www.twopeasinabucket.com/shop/technique-tuesday/78066-in-bloom-stamps/?filters=technique-tuesday. Unlike other budget priced stamps, I did not have to condition these before using them for the first time. I just love how Technique Tuesday stamps take ink.
I love doing layouts using pictures from different years. See another one of my favorites here http://eterno-lyyours.blogspot.com/2008/10/scheming-around.html.
Thanks for looking!
Ingredients: American Crafts card stock; Bo Bunny pattern paper (Alison); Making Memories ribbon (Passport); Cricut Cartridge (Storybook); Stampin' Up! punches; Making Memories tiny alphas; Technique Tuesday stamps (In Bloom, Today You Journaling Frames by Ali Edwards); Ink -- Versa Magic (Tea Leaves), Stampin' Up! (Regal Rose, Taken with Teal): Making Memories buttons (Noteworthy), DMC floss.