Getting the image for the 'cottage' was a good place to start and I found this one over at TiddlyInks
and coloured it using water colours and some coloured pencil.
I wanted a card that would be easy to display, but would also fold flat for international mailing and decided on a Z-fold, which also allows me to create a bit of a 'garden' area. It is such an easy design to make and creates great depth and areas for added decorations.
The rest of the images are all old Provocraft stamps that I've had for many years, and keep pulling out of the drawers from time to time. The woodgrain on the inserts is a Heidi Swapp clear stamp bought at Michaels.
The blue sky and green grass was done using alcohol sprays. I really like the effect the inks create and it is super easy to get really nice results. The only drawback being that it does bleed through the paper and card stock like any alcohol based product will.