I started with a white panel trimmed to 4 x 5 1/4. I lightly blended Fiesta Blue ink onto the centre. Next, I stamped the leaves with Lime Rickey, using a stamp positioner. This allowed me to add some depth to the centres of the leaves with Aquatini ink.
On a separate panel, I stamped a flower with Limoncello ink, using a stamp positioner. I used a sponge dauber to add Tiki Torch ink to the centre and edges of the flower, to create dimension. I used the same method to stamp another yellow flower and then another, this time using Coral Cabana and Tutti Frutti inks. I added the stamens with black ink.
I die cut the flowers and arranged them on my card front. Before I glued them down, I placed my sentiment on my stamp positioner, removed the flowers and then stamped with Midnight ink.
I adhered the flowers to the white panel, popping up the Coral flower for some more dimension.
To finish my card, I glued the completed panel to a black 4 1/4 x5 1/2 card base.
These pops of tropical colours are warm and sunny and perfect for this summertime card!
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