I used a very old wood block "Fancy Heart" by StampCraft. It's so old I don't even know if they make stamps anymore, but I've liked the stamp enough to keep it all these years. So here are my two cards:
There's a conspicuous lack of color -- not my usual way, but might as well do something different once in a while. That's SU's old Green Galore. The "perfect" card shows the stamp as is, and the "fantastic" card shows it turned into a butterfly, all chunky and funky with wonky antennae and pearls for its body.
#1 with Spellbinders Elegant Ovals and Verve Amazing Adjectives. This one is a thank you card. Inside is a Shakespeare quote, "My heart is forever at your service".
#2 is the butterfly. I thought it would be fun to use the flourishy bow as a sort of flight trail. The wonky antennae are a portion of a swirly die. I know, really pushing the envelope. Punched flowers with die cut leaves. Glitter paper. A few dots of clear glitter here and there. It's a 4 1/4" gift enclosure, intended as a combination retirement/new home congratulations for a friend. I'm going to try to find a not-too-tacky butterfly wind chimes to send with it.
The butterfly and flight trail are coated with Wink of Stella. The inside sentiment is from Words to the Rescue Variety Pack 1.
Okay, that was fun and quick and now I have two cards ready to mail. I even used ribbon! Thanks for a perfectly fantastic challenge, Darnell! Enjoy your day and I'll see you all next week!