Hello again, Here's my second entry for The Play Date Cafe Challenge No. 42. My second idea for the colors of dark brown, beige, and green was recycling, trees, and anything earthy. I recently made a card with this layout, read here, so I decided to use it again for this card. I've learned a hard lesson...months ago, I went to two stamping things in one day - one in the morning, and one late at night. My car is our family car and my trunk typically fills up to the brim, we empty it out, and then we start all over again. I've been missing my Cuttlebug embossing folders for awhile now, but when I asked my husband where they were, he said, "I'm sure they're in a bag in the garage." WHAT??? They might never be seen again, and I'd rather stamp than rummage, so I had to improvise for texture here. I used a paper crimper (fed the cardstock in both ways) and my trusty scor-pal in different directions. I hope you can see this! I've also made a button tree card recently, but I wanted to make a smaller one here. My brother-in-law's birthday celebration has been postponed, so I made him a new and improved birthday card! Thanks for stopping by! Supplies: Paper: Kraft(misc.), Old Olive & Chocolate Chip(SU!) Stamps: Be Happy & Branch Out (SU!), Lined Background (Impress) Ink: Chocolate Chip (SU!) and VersaMark Embellishments: Buttons (Crystalline Buttons), Twine Tools: Paper crimper, scor-pal, 1 1/4 square punch, crop-a-dile, lots of glue dots!