I used the Fiskars Threading Water punch on the bottom to carry through the theme of the scalloped nestabilities used behind the quilt and the baby carriage.
I stamped the sentiment (SU All Year Cheer) first and then lightly taped the long rectangle nestability onto the cardstock to center it. With the wood block mounted stamp this makes it easier to center the image, stamp first and then cut. I sponged the edges of that piece with Pacific Point to give it better definition against the white. I watercolored the baby carriage with reinkers and cut it out.
The quilt has got to be my favorite part of the card though, these little images are so much fun to color! If you're having trouble getting used to your Copic markers, a tiny image like this is a great way to start. I used Papertrey Ink Quilter's Sampler and Copic Ciao marker colors YG03, BG01, B00B05 and B32. Punch them out with a 3/4" square punch and then mount them on a square cut white nestability. I used Classic Squares large, the fourth square out from the middle fits a 3x3 set of these quilt squares nicely, and then the corresponding scalloped rectangle nestability, cut in Baja Blue. The ribbon is from my dear friend Traci in Colorado.
Stamps: Papertrey Ink Quilter's Sampler, Stampin' Up All Year Cheer, Something to Celebrate
Paper: Papertrey Ink white, SU Baja Blue, watercolor from Mike's
Ink: variety of reinkers
Accessories: Copic Ciao markers, ribbon, Fiskars threading water punch, nestabilities, aquapainter