Something super simple - one stamp, one bigshot bigz die, one thinlit. Oh and some Designer Series Paper :-)
This one if pretty easy - layers and stamped background using one of my fav patterns - chevron.
Both the thinlit and designer series paper I've used in this project are now retired but you can still buy something similar that would work just as well. My big tip for this one is if you're going to use a thinlit that thin then you definitely need an adhesive transfer sheet on the back of the card before you cut it. You can use glue to stick it on, but frankly when it's that thin it's a pain and you get it everywhere - not a good look on your fingers or the card! Also it's a little hard to see in the photos but there is faux stitching around the top layer of card. This is easy to do - just get the white gel pen and using a ruler (or your eye if you have a steady enough hand) make short dashes (about 2mm) around the edge of the card. Much easier than getting out the sewing machine - although that does look awesome.