If you're wondering which bits are embossed I've used black sparkle embossing powder over the music notes in the top right hand corner and also the background scene has been made with heat embossing. The flowers are a hero arts silhouette stamp which I got as I knew it would make a fab background for my tildas and edwins (although it is a gorgeous stamp by itself for those more 'elegant' cards which I keep thinking of doing but never getting round to!). It was stamped onto white card with black ink then embossed with a silver pearl powder. Then I've dabbed blue chalk ink all over for the night sky and green for the grass then rubbed down with kitchen towel. Then where I was going to position the fire I've dabbed orange chalk ink over it then rubbed off with the towel again to give the glow of firelight.
Background papers inlcluding the little note paper are just scraps from my scrap box. The string of music is an older magnolia stamp. Music brad and anything else I've missed off is from stash!
Had fun with this and it's got me looking forward to the Magnolia autumn club kit which should be arriving any day now - I just love the surprise element to it and all the accessories stamps you get. Hope it's a good one although I've not been dissappointed so far.