You know when you buy the little dollar stamps at Michaels and JoAnn's? They have a thin clear acrylic liner on either side of the stamp. One I keep to cover the stamp in my notebook where I store my clear stamps, the other one usually gets thrown away. But, with my Vagabond (you can use any die cut machine), I cut flowers (3 in this case) from each one. Then I laid it on a piece of paper and put drops of Adirondack alcohol inks here and there and used compressed air, like you use to clean your computer to spread the ink around. I used Raisin, Raspberry and Pink Sherbet. The I set the ink with my heat gun. To make the petals curl I very carefully "dove" the heat gun closer and pulled it away quickly so it didn't turn to a hard clump of plastic. Then I used a Red violet RV19 copics pen (which is also alcohol ink, so it works well on shiny surfaces) to edge it in the places where it actually came out clear, just to give it a little definition. Pierce the center and applied this cute little BoBunny brad. The background script stamp is Inkadinkado. Edges of that piece is sponge distressed with Victorian Velvet Distress Ink.
I finished off the card by cutting the border with an EK Success border punch and inked the base card with the Victorian Velvet distress ink and added the ribbon. It was a fun way to spend a couple hours on Christmas Eve!