Diorama cards are great fun to make with punches and your favorite stamp set.
This one uses Creamy Caramel card stock (2 pieces that are 3" x 8 1/2" and scored 2 inches from each end), and Sage Shadow card stock (1 piece that's 3" x 6 /2" and scored 1" from each end). I shoved the 1 3/8" circle punch as far as it would go from the bottom and lined up the outside of the punch with the folded lines, punching holes. Then I lined up the circle punch in the middle (eyeballing it) and punched a third time. Do that on one of the Creamy Caramel layers, and the Sage Shadow layer.
I used classic Chocolate Chip ink for the leaves and hearts. The owls were stamped in Basic Brown and colored with a Brocade Blue marker and a blender pen and Tangerine Tango ink pad. They're cut out and stuck on with dimensionals.
On the Sage Shadow layer, I stamped the flower numerous times in Sage Shadow at the bottom and dotted the centers of each flower with the Uni-bal white gel pen. I then stamped the flying owl a few times at the top of that layer.
The back layer is the easiest. I stamped the entire branch and stuck on a cut out owl, then stamped hearts around its head.
This card collapses flat and fits into a 3" x 6" small open-end envelope. Give it a try!