I don't know what it is about taking pictures with this beautiful copper embossing powder. But it never does a card the justice it deserves. It's such a striking product and to see it up close is absolutely stunning. For this card, I took a base in Delightful Dijon cut at 8.5" x 5.5" and scored it at 4 1/4". Then I ran the front half through the Big Shot using the Petal Burst embossing folder. The second layer cut at 4" x 3.5" in Rich Razzleberry is run through the Big Shot with the Woodgrain embossing folder. The third layer is cut at 3" x 3" in Old Olive and I also used the Petal Burst embossing folder. The fourth layer is a piece of watercolor paper cut at 3" x 3". I used Versamark to stamp the big maple leaf on the paper and then took the copper embossing powder and used my heat tool to set it. After it was completely dry, I took my Old Olive stamping pad and with a sponge dauber, I weaved the color in and out of the leaf. The last step was using Rich Razzleberry stamp pad and ink refill to apply color to the background of the leaf. I used a heavier line around the outline of the leaf. I used my Aqua painter to complete this step.