When we did the Cards for Heroes session, I encouraged the ladies to set aside any cards that they particularly liked, so that I could use them as inspiration for upcoming classes. This card is very similar to one of the cards a stamper set aside. Unfortunately, I did not get the original artist's name before the card base was attached so we can send off the card to Cards for Heroes. The DSP is different and the background stamp is also different. I really liked the way the artist folded down the top of the cardstock over the stamped image, with the ribbons tied around it. The white cardstock is glossy - I don't usually use glossy, unless the technique calls for it specifically. The beauty of this card is that this format could be used with any of the stamps in the set (Fun and Fast Notes) because all of the stamps are the same size. If you are looking for a quick present, get this stamp set or one like it, a collection of designer series papers (DSP) and matching colored cardstock, and you are off and running to create a set of different but similar cards. Viola!