I saw this card at work, it came in the Christmas shipment from our greeting card provider. It was so ridiculously simple. A long pink card base, with a sparkly white chipboard star. And how much was that? At least 4.99 (it might've been more). It's crazy. And I know we'll sell it. I just don't get it. People continuously push down that which is handmade, yet they embrace that which is manufactured? I know I'm totally ranting to the wrong audience here, but it never fails to boggle my mind what people are willing to pay for something that isn't at all unique, costs a company mere cents to make, and is imitating the handmade look too. Anyway, here's my version. It's by no means a "wow" card. Just simple and sparkly. I coverd a chipboard star with some designer paper, then podgied the top and sprinkled it with glitter. The little word sparkle, was embossed with iridescent ice. Simple, quick, that's it.