Do not adjust the color on your computer screen. You are actually seeing Yoyo Yellow! LOL I RARELY use bright colors, but when sitting down to make this card, I colored the image FIRST with no regard to which card stock I would use.
I started by stamping the largest flower and then using masks to stamp the other 4 flowers. This gives depth to your images, while avoiding over-stamping. I colored the flowers with my Prismacolor pencils and odorless mineral spirits. I used liquid applique in the centers of the 4 outer flowers. Prior to heat-setting the liquid applique, I coated it with Dazzling Diamonds glitter. I used a Quickie Glue Pen to outline the largest flower and dusted it with Dazzling Diamonds glitter as well. The sentiment was die cut using a Nesties label die. The yoyo yellow panel has a Houndstooth background stamped on it with white craft. See how it looks a little more muted compared to the sentiment? The white almost acts like a filter to take some of the brightness out of the paper. I used 2 diagonal pieces of ribbon to go with the "askew" panel. I felt like it needed some "oomph" so I tied two pieces of organdy ribbon to either side of the panel. It looked a little too... something... flowy? elegant? So, I used my heat gun to "melt" the ribbon slightly. You have to be VERY careful when doing this. A little dab'll do ya!
I finished it off with some white brads and of course some dimension using the red line dimensionals!
Stamps: Fifth Avenue Floral, SU sentiment, CHF Houndstooth
Ink: black, white craft
Paper: rose red, black, yoyo yellow, white
Accessories: white brads, Janome sew mini, organdy ribbon, velvet ribbon, Dazzling Diamonds, Liquid Applique, red line dimensionals, Prismacolor pencils and odorless mineral spirits, blending stumps