(patterned paper: basic grey, sei, creative imaginations, dena, 3bugs, paper fever, scrapbook wizard, sassafrass; flowers: amanda blu, heidi swapp, urban lily, prima; metal-rimmed sticker: paperchase; ribbons & rickrack: making memories, michaels, vintage; rhinestones, studs & gems: mambi, heidi swapp, michaels, teeny nail gems from terrie bailey (THANKS!); brads & snaps: doodlebug, making memories; sequins: queen&co; buttons: joann essentials)
edited to address the lovely miss june's question: i've made more than one card with this sort of sunburst design, and to tell the truth it was a big of a booger, because me being me, i have always just more or less eyeballed and cut wedges, lining them up as well as i could. of course as soon as you asked, it came to me in a flash that the only thing required to make this super easy is to measure and draw a little grid. you know, like this (how did i *not* think of it before--DUH!!!*) :i used a sharpie, a postie note, and equal increments because it's 8am, but you would use the desired backing paper (the bit that'll show through on every other "ray") and very light pencil markings. you could also make your solid & patterned wedges bigger/smaller like my card above, which is roughly--VERY roughly, in fact--two to one. thank you june, i am very glad you asked!!! :)
*and right there is EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW about lauren, folks! sheesh!!!