The card base is Blackberry Bliss and I used Crumb Cake with it - it's a favourite combination of mine. The Hardwood background stamp is in Crumb Cake on Whisper White and the edges lightly sponged in the same ink.
I cut the bottom third from the small SU doily and lightly sponged the edges in Blackberry Bliss. The small blossoms, cut using an itty-bitty punch, were cut in white and sponged various shades of Blackberry Bliss. The cherry blossom branch is from Eastern Blooms, a set I got second-hand last year. On the hardwood panel, it is stamped in Early Espresso and, on the label, in Crumb Cake and then overlaid so the stamp is complete. Some of the stamped blossoms have been replaced by the cut blossoms or pearls.
I do love the linen twine - I'm already into my second packet and will have to stockpile if it ever retires! The SU-only personal challenge hit a bit of a problem when it turned out my SU pearls had run out and I had to use some others I had.
Update: Delighted to be picked as a Featured Artisan for this card.
Card: Blackberry Bliss, Whisper White
Stamps: Hardwood, Eastern Blooms, sentiment from Wetlands
Ink: Blackberry Bliss, Crumb Cake, Early Espresso
Other: Small doily, Blackberry Bliss ribbon, linen twine, Itty Bitty Punch, Pearls, Decorative Labe punch, sponge, Dimensionals.