Here's a card I made with Basic Grey's Sultry pack, (4 different prints) I thought these patterns and colors would be fun to make a vintage looking, homey "kitchen" card. The dress and apron require stamping the tee twice on two different patterned papers. The brown "dress" is made by cutting on tee in half to separate and make it longer to mount under the apron), the apron is made by sketching on some straps and a waist after stamping the tee (plus pockets if you wish) and cutting. There are so many ways you could draw yours differently to change the style of your apron (to make it look more like a grilling apron, a retro frilly glamour apron, etc) I added "Domestic Goddess" to the chest, I love this script font, looks embroidered. (Would really look embroidered if you embossed it! But I didn't, lazy...)
This is a 4 1/4" card. I made a mat from the pack in anew apttern(kind of like oilcloth from a diner of wallpaper and added my Kelly Panacci stitch stamp aroud the edges. I made my a notch in each corner for my big white brads with the ticket punch, then mounted on Chocolate Chip and Certianly Celery layers, very pretty matches with the Basic Grey pack.
The scalloped, embossed white mat (a Square Nestabilitie, stamped with "Happy Birthday" a matching font sentiment from Carolyn's "Framed Flowers") is meant to look like a little napkin or placemat. It still needed a little something so I wwrapped a piece of SU! celery 5/8" grosgrain around and under the dress, then used my fourth and final print from the pack to punch a 1 " circle to mount under this clear button, I just love using DP and clear buttons this way. (Be sure to use a clear glue to add the paper since you'll see through it)
BTW, I found a super cute (easy!) idea in "Family Fun" magazine for using different DPs with clear buttons, will be back to share this you after I complete and photograph! :)
PS I am the Anti-Domestic Goddess IRL, but I can play one on my blog LOL!
Have a great day! Hope this inspires you to go make a card (after whipping up a batch of cookies, hee!)