Anyway, I've put together a simple card using Lasting Impressions papers which I have had in my stash for YEARS and my brand new stash item is the Clematis stamp from Woodware. When I went rootling among my buttons I found this big green one which was a great match to the green paper I'd used - the button has been in my stash for years also! I stamped the image onto the green paper first, cut the entire image out, stamped again onto the pink paper and cut just the flower out. I've popped up the flower with 3d foam tape. I used my EK Success Circle Scissor Pro to cut out the black circle. After gluing down the sentiment strip I was ready to position the main image and I realised it wasn't going to look quite right after I'd placed the button. So a little adjustment was in order - I snipped off a couple of leaves and repositioned one of them behind a different petal - much better! I threaded paper strips through the buttonholes, attached the button with glue dots and that was the card front finished.
I can't call a card finished until I've decorated the inside and the envelope but I shall do that later. I thought I better upload the card to my blog before the challenge entry time expired!
EDITED TO ADD:
Here's what I did inside and to the envelope.
Stamps: Woodware Clematis clear stamp, sentiments from Hero Arts Yummy Treats clear set
CS: Glitter Pot thick white CS
Patterned paper: Black Licorice, Kiwi & Raspberry papers from Lasting Impressions
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black
Tools: EK Success Circle Scissor Pro, XCut & EK Success flower punches, 1/4" circle punch, Crop-A-Dile
Embellishments & accessories: large green button, 3d foam tape