I cut out enough of the panel so that I could use at least some of the words Susan has along the flowers: "Won't you come into our garden? We would like our flowers to see you.".
Then I stamped and colored my hydrangea, and covered the flower with little fabric flower petals from a stem I found around the house, centering each one with a pale green pearl. The flower was popped above the surface, and I added a gingham bow.
This turned out to be way too large for a card, but I plan to prop it in my craft area, maybe even frame it.
Supplies: Susan Branch border fabric, framed with Bazzill dotted cardstock and ivory cardstock, Hero Arts stamp K5376 Hydrangea, colored pencils, green pearls, blue gingham ribbon, Hero Arts digikit Flutterbies, blue cardstock, wire for antennae
One last note to this long post: if you are unfamiliar with Susan Branch and love gardens, quotes, beautiful art (she hand-draws all of her art), explore her website above. It is like a little vacation! Beautiful and uplifting.