What is so nice about this sketch is that you can leave it pretty simple and have a great little card or dress it up as much as you want.
I used the Papertrey stamp set "Beautiful Blooms II for the flowers and leaves. I used Broken China and Shabby Shutters distress inks to stamp the flowers. I kept adding things to the flowers after I had stamped them instead of just leaving them as they were, which is what I generally do. Instead I added the button and tied it with bakers twine and for the smaller flowers I added yellow pearls. The border strip is wrapped with twine and I roughed up the edges of the strip with my distress tool which I seem to be using on all my cards this week.Here is a tip for your distress tool:
Mark the sections with #s so you know which ones have been used and are dull and which ones haven't been used and are still sharp. As you can see I haven't used mine all that much as I am still on the first section. But I know that is the section I have been using and will continue to use it until it no longer works before moving on to a different section and numbering it #2. Not a big tip but one that will help you to get a longer use out of your distress tool.
Here is a peek of the inside of the card.
Once again I had a leftover strip of paper. It was a piece of the pretty floral pattern paper and I didn't want to throw it out or store it so I decided to use it on the inside of the card and stamped a flower and leaf to go with it.