The first thing that I love is the multi-colored stamp along the top and on the lower left corner. I used Cut n' Dry Stamp Pad from Inkssentials with a technique I had never tried before. Tim Holtz uses this technique all the time, like on this tag. I recently purchased a few reinkers just so I could try this out. I love it! I have the pad in a ziplock bag and we'll see how long it really does last.
The second thing I love is the way I totally saved this card from being a complete and total disaster that I almost threw away. I had a strange butterfly stamp in the center that was blue and purple. I used the Cut n' Dry technique on that, too. I liked the stamp, but it did not go with the card. Like, at all. Sometimes I really wonder what the crap I'm thinking when I do things like that. So, I cut out the weird butterflies, glued the red cardstock under the existing card, and added the lace ribbon.
I also love the bells. I think it works nicely with the Christmas theme of this strange thank you card.
What I don't like? Everything put together. The stamp up top would be better by itself. The tree in the middle totally doesn't belong there. The sentiment might as well be non-existent. And the only reason that white pearl-ish thing is there on the bottom, is because it dropped on there when I was trying to put it on a different project, and I couldn't remove it without ripping part of the cardstock off.
What I love the most is that I learned a lot from this card. A new technique, how to erase a mistake by gutting it out of the project, and a whole lot of what not to do.