"Treasury of Tips & Tricks." You can see a part of it in this photo. It's the dragonfly image to the left.
I changed the card up a bit beyond just stamping a bird instead of a dragonfly onto the acrylic scrap. Besides making the acrylic piece much smaller, I raised it up by covering dimensional dots with matching embossing powder. I liked how raising it up caused the bird to project a shadow.
I also made the stars match by coating them with embossing powder. Sadly, I got a little ahead of myself though and mounted the bird while the birthday script was still wet and it smeared some.
This card took a lot of planning and trial and error. I was being real careful up to that point. I hate when I mess up. I got careless. Hopefully, I'll do better next time, if I can develop some patience that is. I have another idea to play off this same concept.
I almost forgot an important part, the checkerboard background. It was made using adhesive tabs and embossing powder. Cool, huh?