I had my husband cut me a piece of acrylic from his vast array of supplies in our basement that is about 3" by 4", to fit easily on an A2 card, but you can use any acrylic block you have in your stash. I inked it up with broken china and faded jeans distress inks, and then spritzed it well with water before "stamping" it onto my watercolor paper, and holding it firmly there for a bit to allow the inks to absorb into the paper. I love how the inks spread and sometimes go outside the margins. After carefully lifting my block, I then used a tissue to blot any big splotches of inks remaining, and then let my panel dry. Next I inked up this Hero Arts Garden Bouquet cling stamp using Memento markers, spritzed the stamp lightly and then overstamped it onto my rectangle. This is such a fun way to get more detail into your stamps! My sentiment is from a retired The Craft's Meow Easter set. The dried panel was then mounted on a card base of Simon's new Surf Blue cardstock, and I added a gingham bow centered with a button to finish.