This was one time when I wished I'd not bought a magazine with freebies (well almost anyway!!). When I came to use the stamps I discovered they were so firmly attached to their packaging that it was a really hard tussle to get them peeled off and unfortunately once that was achieved for the one I wanted to use I found it was very reluctant to adhere to my blocks satisfactorily, thus making them quite difficult to use. I'm surprised they actually didn't tear or stretch when I was pulling them off. However, that said I did eventually manage to get this card made so I will share it.There was a die set also to cut out the unicorn (or horse - the horn is separate) and I stamped the carousel onto a snippet of die cut patterned paper before popping the unicorn in place. I had this matching piece of pink floral paper in my stash and the narrow border ribbon is the reverse of this paper. Finally I cut a zig zag strip and some fancy corners from the same patterned card as the main image and added a simple sentiment. Even if I don't manage to use the stamps at least I have the unicorn die which will be good for making 'small girl' cards.
Unicorn and Carousel - free dies and stamp set with magazine
Background paper - Stampin' Up
Patterned card for image and corners - from my bits boxes
Sentiment - computer generated on punched shapes from Stampin' Up
Main die - Spellbinders fancy labels