And here's my version with the two or more required changes:
I didn't have any pretty gingham checked paper, so I stamped the SU Canvas background stamp in Marvelous Magenta (I wish SU had never retired this color either) and then I stamped my silhouetted stamps in Versafine Black. I'm not certain, but I think these are Inkadinkadoo images. The sentiment is SU's Short & Sweet.
Instead of two primas, I made one and added the Certainly Celery leaves that I made by folding my card stock in half, hand cutting it, and then running it through my crimper.
I knotted satin black ribbon and taped the ends to the back of my cardstock and added the Certainly Celery grosgrain over the black knot.
I also changed the corners of my cardstock using my Marvy scalloped corner punch that reminds me of a dimple, so I often refer to it as a dimple punch.
I hope you're enjoying your Sunday. We have sunny, clear blue skies today!