Wild Meadow with black archival ink. Now I have to say in real life the circles are a lot more subtle but brilliance is a slightly pearlescent ink and the camera is picking up the shine quite heavily. As often happens when using a white ink/stain/gesso the coloured ink seems to sink below the white pigment.
With the benefit of hindsight I wouldn't have used the dandelion stamp because the white pigment has caused it to lose the delicate detail. I don't know that I would use this white ink on a warm toned background again either, maybe PTIs cream or maybe keep the stencil in place and go over the white with a pale lemon or orange. btw I found the SU white ink to be pretty useless over distress inks and now have some orange ink sat on the top of the pad where it transferred. Can't say as I'm hugely happy with this card but my blog would be even lighter than it is now if I only added the cards I was truly happy with lol.
I'm going to enter this one into this months IndigoBlu challenge which is to use a Touch of Red.