I started by double-checking the measurements of the images from Good Things Grow. They are approximately 1-3/8 square. So I opened up Elements and started a new document 1.375x1.375 at a resolution of 300 (this is important if you are doing sentiment printing, higher resolutions print SO MUCH nicer!). I placed that small document 10 times on another document and printed it. I left room to stamp the square image over the greeting. In case you are curious, I used the font Felix Titling. I have no clue whether I downloaded it or if it came with my computer, but it is similar to the Paper Trey Ink- Paper tray font.
Anyway, I stamped the main image with colorbox inks. I used Baby Blue, Pistachio, and Rosebud, then covered them with the Pearly Sparkle gelly powder. Next, I attached white organdy and blue, pink, or celery grosgrain to the chocolate piece. I rounded 2 of the corners of both the card base and the chocolate piece. Finally, I placed a glue dot at the union of the 2 stems and placed a tiny little knot there. Assignment completed! These cards measure 3.5x6-3/8. I have a lot of envelopes that size, so it works!