BTW, no, you're not mistaken, I have posted a similar card on the 18th, using Beyond the Garden DSP. I just loved that layout, so why not make a few more cards with it? :)
Oh! BTW, I realized something while using the edgelit. It's probably best if you position the edgelit die PERPENDICULAR to the crank. The entire thing rolls much smoother through the Big Shot, than if you did it parallel to the crank. When I did it parallel, it made a terrible noise and it was difficult to crank. I seriously thought I might actually break my machine when I did it this way. So, mark my words. DO NOT RUN THE EDGELITS PARALLEL TO THE BIG SHOT CRANK.
My Supplies List (all supplies and images by Stampin' Up! unless otherwise noted):
Stamp Set(s): On Your Birthday
Ink: Pear Pizzazz, Riding Hood Red, Marina Mist
Papers: Pear Pizzazz, Riding Hood Red, Baja Breeze, Twitterpated DSP
Accessories: Adorning Accents Edgelit die, Adorning Accents embossing folders, Twitterpated Designer Fabric, Scallop Border edge punch, Simply Scored Board, Twitterpated Designer Buttons, Blushing Bride Pleated Satin ribbon, daisy die (non-SU)