Jeff and I went to see them today, and this is the card I made:
Card Stock: Pink Pirouette, Regal Rose, Sweet Pretty DSP (retired now)
Tools: Scallop Edge punch
Accents: Silver Brads, White 1/4" grosgrain ribbon
For this card, I cut out a regular card-sized piece of card stock and folded it with the boner, and since I don't have a circle cutter or BigShot (yet), I used one of our huge tea mugs and traced over it, making sure there was still enough room on the left to fold the card. Then I cut out the wedges.
I traced that shape onto a piece of the DSP and cut that out too, needing to trim it to be a closer fit once it was glued on.
I used the scallop edge punch to punch out the trim, and after it was punched, I trimmed the pieces to be 1/2" thick.
I used bottle lids for the wheels for the carriage, and stuck brads in the center. But this time, I ran out of snail *gasp* and so I had to use tape to adhere the wheels :( But that turned out okay.
I used this sticky strip that my mom got me from the dollar store to stick the ribbon on. You peel back the cover, and stick whatever it is that you're sticking onto the sticky sheet, and then the sticky-ness is stuck to your item, and it sticks really well to your cardstock! It's called Microdots.