I inked a clear acrylic block with green and pressed onto the white paper, then stamped the line image from "Summer Afternoon" overtop. It's quite hard to see from the photo. It's a subtle effect but is a nice and easy way to add color to this image.
I added a zig zag from "Tasteful Trim" die and a little twine bow.
The colors are Wild Wasabi and Certainly Celery with Chocolate Chip and white.
I loved Peggy's layout for this card. Actually the angles of the triangles were the hardest part to figure out. I mixed a few oranges (not my usual go-to color) and made this with a cupcake so it would be suitable for boy or girl (or even adult!) I loved the brads on Peggy's card too, but I didn't think with the shape of my sentiment it would work very well, so I tried a bit of white twine.
I love her very simple bike on kraft. I tried a few different colors, although I loved hers. I also changed the placement of some things. I added some piercing and faux stitching in the corners and am not sure if I like it. I think it makes it a bit too busy. The colors of this are kraft (crumb cake), real red, baja breeze and midnight muse.
I colored the bike image with the midnight muse marker except for the flowers I colored in the lighter blue and red.
The colors are from Splitcoast - Chocolate Chip, Basic Gray and Gumball Green.
I inked my embossing folder with gray and embossed the gray textured paper for the bottom layer (apothecary accents framelit). I stamped the trees twice and cut out with a framelit and layered with the decorative label punch in green and a hand-cut banner shape in brown. Added a button to one side.
The bottom of the card I cut with a decorative edge framelit and added a layer of green.