I'm not jump up and down crazy about this card, but it has some pretty elements to it. First of all, the background paper is done from white card stock. I smeared distress inks Victorian Velvet and Stormy sky on the glass mat (you could use a craft mat). Then I squished the cardstock into it. I let that dry, and then spritzed it with a water/sunflower perfect pearls solution. It gives it a sheen that can't be seen in a scan. Then when dry, I ran it through with a T.H. embossing folder.
The squares are heat embossed in black and then the flower part is painted in with the same perfect pearls color. I used two different flourish stamps. The first is a bolder flourish, which I will explain in a minute and the second is I think Inkadinkado.
This is the larger flourish stamp.
I made this stamp with sticky back fun foam and a die cut. The technique is on Tim's blog. It is mounted on the hard plastic packaging that the dies and other supplies come in. I just cut it and rounded the corners for easier handling. However, when I stamped with it I actually mounted the whole thing on an acrylic block with repositionable double sided tape. I found earlier that it was a little difficult to stamp with just the plastic backing.
The reason why I used two stamps is because I really prefer a finer image for flourishes, but I'm sure it will work fine for some things. I've also done the keyholes and hinges.