I started by stamping the image in black on to white card stock. I then colored it with my Spectrum Noir markers.
I had a scrap of daisy patterned paper, and it seemed perfect to go with this image. I combined it with tiny yellow polka dots and blue checked gingham paper. I love the juxtaposition of the structured checks with the looser floral design. The background of mixed papers was layered on to pink, and this was layered on to a top-folded white 5.5 x 5.5 card base.
For the main image, I put just a slim strip of the polka dot paper on the left edge. This was then layered on to pink, and then on to the background.
Finishing touches were three white buttons, each tied with embroidery floss in blue, yellow and pink respectively. These were attached with glue dots. I like to 'faux sew' my buttons. To me seeing the holes in a button looks a bit naked. ;-)
Envelobox Creator, making square envelopes is so easy! I find that I'm doing more and more of the square cards. Start with 8.25" square of paper and use row G on the tool for a perfect fit. I used a wavy yellow gingham for my coordinating envelope.
Hope you enjoyed it!