If you love to watercolor, this is a lovely stamp set for that! I recently created this card for my Techniques Club class to show the "watercolor splash" technique, AND the retiring fancy fan letterpress plate (which I believe is still available on the retiring accessories list for $4.70 or something like that!) Anyways, onto the card!
Now for the fancy fan letterpress plate -- I haven't used this plate much, but the technique is very cool! Use chocolate chip craft ink to fully ink up your letterpress plate. Lay chocolate chip card stock panel on top of plate, and put it through the Big Shot using the recommended sandwich:
Multipurpose platform on tab 2
card stock shim to create a deeper impression
Craft ink works better than classic ink with the letterpress plates, as it is more opaque and adheres more evenly to the plates. If you want a white background using the plate, I suggest using watercolor paper as it is thicker and gives you a more defined, textured background than the thinner Whisper White card stock.
Of course, the leaves are the little sizzlitt leaf die, and that lovely pleated satin ribbon was in the last mini catalog.
I hope you'll try some water color splashing in your craft room this week! :)