Here's an easel card I created for my Mother, given to her yesterday so this won't be ruining the surprise in case she sees this ;)
I used Tilda with Flowers coloured with Copics, of course. This is the first time I've used my new Georgia Pacific paper that I bought on our recent trip to the States. I must say it colours so well. Good thing I bought a few packages!
The paper used for the background is Daisy D's Heirloom Blue - Attic stripe #13918. Flowers are Dollar Store versions coloured with Copics. The butterfly is punched from peachy vellum using the Martha Stewart butterfly punch and highlighted with Copics as well as having Copic-coloured pearls added to the body and head.
Tilda and the sentiment are raised on foam dimensionals; her legs doubly-high as the red background is also raised as you can see from this side view. The leaves and branches are punched using Martha Stewart punches as well.
Here is the card I made for my Mother In Law. No Maggies on this one, just a simple card with Prima roses and more Martha Stewart butterflies; this time punched from a shimmery vellum. Pearls again were used, this time not coloured. The sentiment was coloured with E50. Background paper for this card is TPC Studio's Ancestral Teal Brocade.
Here's the list of Copic colours used on the Tilda card: