Here is my first try using the Guide Lines grid, stamped twice, I might add, and two of the small images.
I stamped the elongated image in the same color as the grid lines, alternating direction and skipping squares. I think I copied this idea from one of the PTI samples, and I love it! The images are really easy to line up since they are designed to do just that! And I only messed up a little.
Here you can see some of the blurry detail, and how I got it pretty close:
As for the Nesties, I went nuts. I used the largest square to cut out the grid design, and two of the smallest ovals to make the layers for the sentiment. I had also cut out a larger oval and mat, but it covered up too much of my hard-won patterned square, so that's why I decided to go smaller.
Also notice I used the Scor-Pal again to make a little gutter for the ribbon. I punched two slots with the SU Horizontal Slot punch - one under the square and one on the left for tying the knot. That way the ribbon runs underneath the Moss strip and does not show anywhere (like inside the card).
I opted for this sentiment since someone commented at my recent Saturday market that I needed more "Miss You" cards. And yes, I managed to stamp it crooked, even with the clear stamp and the clear block ...
That's it! Ah, the sweet feeling of success! Now I must go focus on my Brother's birthday gift. At the rate I am going, it will be next year before it has any substance to it, but his b'day is the first week of August. Hmmm ... maybe I'll stamp my own patterned pages ... hmmmm ....