Acrylic Shaker with homemade confetti and Poppystamps new release

I love the bright cheerful tone of this card. I used DCWV cardstock and black and white printer cardstock.

The stamps are from Poppystamps new release that I recently won in their release giveaway. I love this set! It also has a coordinating die available that I did not win :(

They also just released another layering stamp and die set that I am dying to get my hands on called Flower Patch. It is uhhhhmazzzing! Click here to see their Spring 2016 releases.

Back to my card:
I used MFT pierced rectangle stackers to create the frame. On the frame I stamped the sentiment in Tsukineko Brillance Pigment Ink in Graphite black and Heat ebossed with a clear embossing powder from Judikens.

I love the clear embossing powders. They not only brighten/darken the image but they also give your stamped image or sentiment clarity and if the powder goes other places no one will ever know!

This stamp set is meant to be layered but I just love the scrollwork on the top layer. I used the medium butterfly filigree to stamp the background and then filled in any spaces with the two smallest butterflies

For the background I used the Sunflower Yellow Brilliance Pigment Ink from Tsukeniko and heat embossed with the clear embossing powder from Judikens.

I then applied the clear acrylic sheet to the frame and then the foam tape (making sure there were no openings that the confetti would fall out of) to the back of the frame. I used a regular hole punch for my Polka Dot confetti in the same yellow cardstock, placed the confetti in the middle of the stamped panel and adhered the frame, centering on the background.
The card base is out of the same cheerful yellow with a white and black layer on top. 
This card is for the June poppystamps challenge using Embossing, yellow and polka dots

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