I've spent the last 2 days working on this card, and while the front is sort of plain, I'm very happy with how the inside turned out. I needed a birthday card for a co-worker, and this Kenny K image was perfect, as it allowed me to do a more creative inside than usual.
I'm submitting it to Kenny K's Birthday Challenge.
For the outside, I printed and cut the image using my Silhouette, then coloured it with pencil crayons. For the blue and brown, I also used gamsol with blending sticks, to give it a more uniform look. I embossed the card with an oriental weave plate. The sentiment is a mix of Snell Roundhand (on my computer) and Cast Iron (downloaded from dafont). I printed it on tan paper and die cut it out using Spellbinder's Labels 18. I then attached both pieces to the card with pop dots.
The honeycomb paper makes the inside rather large, so it didn't fit all the way in the back of the card base, which means the card won't open beyond a certain point. I'll have to work on that on my next card as it does dampen the honeycomb effect if you can't open it all the way.