Someone PM'ed me for directions, so here they are for anyone else who is interested:
I started by cutting a piece of rose red cs to 5.5x11" and I scored it at 2" and 7.5". Fold the card on these lines so the flaps come to each other. Then, I cut a piece of 5x5" white naturals cs. I then stamped the large baroque image in the top right and bottom left corner with the small, curly ends together. I then stamped the small, pointed flowers in various places on the vine and "cherish" in the bottom right corner in rose red. On a scrap piece of paper, I stamped the large flower in rose red and I cut it out. Then, I cut the white paper so there are two pieces: 1: 3.25x5.5" and 2: 1.75x5.5". I attached these two pieces to the appropriate front flaps of the card, leaving a small border around the side. Then, I attached the large red flower to the top flap using a piece of left-over rubber to allow it to pop and hold both flaps down.
On the interior, thought I didn't post a picture, I used a scrap piece of white cardstock (4x5") as a place to write a note and decorated some of the other space with a print of the other large flower in baroque motifs. It extends the front of the card inside. You might choose to do something more fancy with the inside. I probably would second time around.