This is my first entry to Chocolate Baroque's colour challenge #21. I absolutely LOVE this colour combo, and I had great fun creating this card. I bought some new CB stamps with my winner's voucher and this was the perfect opportunity to try them out! I have used one image from the Poppy Meadow stamp set as the main focus of the piece, and part of another for embellishments. I also used Aqua Tints, glitters and salt, and a new Tando Creative stencil. I also used Majestic Blue Versafine ink. On a piece of white card I created a colour wash with the Aqua Tints, blending the colours into each other. I then sprinkled salt all over the wet card spritzing with water any areas that seemed to have already dried. I left the background panel to dry naturally. When it was dry I rubbed the salt off the panel revealing the beautiful random patterns that had been created. I then stamped the main focal image twice using the Versafine ink. I stamped it two more times onto another piece of white card and heat embossed with clear powder. Next I painted the Poppy seed pods and leaves, then fussy cut them without the fine grasses. I added glitter (multi, green and purple) to highlight all the images, then attached the seed pod cut outs with dimensional glue as 3D images. I matted the panel onto black card then layered it onto a white base card. I stamped part of another image from the set onto white card 3 times and heat embossed as before, then painted, glittered and fussy cut the three small Poppy flowers. I used two strips of the background panel that I had trimmed off earlier to create a band across the card near the bottom, matting it onto black card. I then attached the flowers to the band with dimensional glue. I love these stamps, they're so delicate and detailed. I love this card for the mix of the beautiful stamps and the gorgeous patterns from the salt. This card is great for a special birthday, get well and a lot of other occasions too.