I started by creating a piece of faux metal paper using the Holly embossing folder, some sponges and inks and a touch of gold embossing.
The faux metal paper was so pretty that the rest of the card needed to be kept quite simple: a die cut ornament, a little Wink of Stella and twine plus a simple sentiment. I like the richness of the Early Espresso and gold.
Update: I've been asked about how I made the faux metal paper. There are a bunch of videos about it around and from them, I've made my own way. I started with the lightest ink, which was Crumb Cake. I inked the folder and ran it through the Big Shot. Then I randomly daubed and sponged Emerald Envy. (You don't want to be too even handed about this -you want a bit blotchy.) I always add in some kind of green/blue to give that hint of verdigris. (Lost Lagoon was great and Pear Pizzazz works well.) Then I sponged on Soft Suede a bit more evenly and with more sponging and less daubing. Then I lightly sponged with Early Espresso but aimed to highlight the impressions rather than all over coverage. (Save the darkest colour for last. ) Finally a light swipe over with the versamark pad and sprinkle on a metallic powder. This card uses gold. Check before you heat to see that you don't have stripes and that you haven't got too much on. I often rub it over lightly with my finger and/or give it a light brush over with a paint brush to make it more random. Don't worry if you end up with little clumps of powder as it adds to the random effect. Also, I use sponges not daubers to apply the inks.
Update: Delighted to be a Top Pick at Connie and Mary.
Card: Early Espresso, Gold metallic paper, scrap of Very Vanilla
Stamps: Holly Berry Happiness
Inks: Early Espresso, Crumb Cake, Soft Suede, Emerald Envy, versamark
Other: Holly embossing folder, sponges, Gold embossing powder, Delicate Ornament thinlits, Gold wink of stella, Gold twine, dimensionals