OK, subtle this is NOT! Parker's Prints designs are based on the Ikat weaving technique, and this card is very bold and beautiful. I think my favorite part, though, is the bow. It's a double loop bow tied with Cherry Cobbler Seam Binding. Seam binding makes such lovely bows, and even if you don't think you can tie a nice bow, I know you can. I found a wonderful video tutorial on Ann Schach's Youtube channel that demonstrates how to do this double loop bow. I made my little tool, modifying the dimensions a bit from Ann's, and then started to practice. It didn't take long at all to master it, and I love it.
The base card is Whisper White, layered with Midnight Muse. The stamped image (Just Thinking) has been embossed (Midnight Muse ink and clear embossing powder) and detailed with a Cherry Cobbler marker, then punched out with the 2 1/2" circle punch. That was then layered onto a Windows Framelit diecut from Midnight Muse c.s. embossed with the Square Lattice embossing folder. Whew! It really wasn't hard to make at all - the DSP did all of the work on that background. Here's a detail photo; click on it to enlarge it.