I stamped one image centrally, then one either side (no measuring, just eyeballed it), and added a touch of watered down Tumbled Glass Distress Ink to the petals. Then I added a touch of colour to the centre and base of the flower and painted the background. I inked the sentiment with Faded Jeans then spritzed it before stamping it on to the card piece.
I have a large acrylic block which I use as my Distress Ink paint palette - just squidge straight onto the block and you're ready to go. It's great for mixing colours too. If your work surface is dark, just put a sheet of copy paper under the acrylic block. And with mini Distress Inks, you are only using a tiny amount of ink. If you're wavering about whether to buy the minis (you know you want them, they're so cute!) I'd say go for it. I find I'm using them far more than the standard ones now.
Here's another view of the card. You can just see the hint of blue at the base of the petals. I also added some Walnut Stain Distress Stickles to the flower centre.
So think outside of the box when you're using boxed images!