Hello Lovely Poppy Posy Card

I am honestly in LOVE with these ink blended poppy posies from LDRS Creative! I can't get enough of them! I did something a bit different for today's card. Instead of using the bouquet as one image - I cut it up and used it in various places on my card. It's a great way to stretch your supplies! 
Let's jump in! I started by stamping the floral image from the Poppy Posy 4x6 Stamps onto a piece of white cardstock with Raven Hybrid Ink. Then it was time for some ink blended fun! I used the Poppy Posy Layering Stencils and blended Lantern Yellow, Banana Cream Pie, Key Lime Pie, and Four Leaf Hybrid Inks over the stencils to color the image. I used the Poppy Posy Coordinating Dies to cut out the image. The die left a slight white border, but I wanted to step my card up a bit, so I reached for the Poppy Posy Impression Dies. I cut one of the shadow pieces from white cardstock and layered the colored image on top of the shadow with foam tape. Now the image has a fun double white border.
I trimmed a piece of white cardstock to 4" x 5.25" and stamped the Old Brick Wall 6x6 Stamp onto it with Alloy Hybrid Ink. Then I started playing with flower placement. I started by hanging a little bit off the bottom right corner. I popped it up with foam tape and trimmed away the excess. Then I added some to the top left corner. I had one more piece left, so I placed it in the top right corner. Just like that I had a visual triangle of images created from one bouquet of flowers!
I stamped a sentiment from the Poppy Posy 4x6 Stamps with Raven Hybrid Ink and cut it out with the Poppy Posy Coordinating Dies. I added it to the card with foam tape for some dimension and scattered some black glossy dots around the sentiment. I added the panel to a black card base and that's it!

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