Thursday, May 26, 2022

A Purple Rose??

Welcome

I am posting a day late for this fortnight's challenge at Word Art Wednesday, where our sponsor this time is Stamp Simply with a most generous prize of a $20 credit to their store.


The wonderful scripture used here is available free over at the Word Art Wednesday site

  

The rose is from the Thinking of You Rose Bundle, which includes the matching die.
I coloured it with Polychromo pencils, and then added clear Wink of Stella.  
A few minutes later I picked up the Wink of Stella pen to add another layer of sparkle, and layered it with silver WoS, not Clear.. and that's where the deeper purple tones came from, as originally it was nearer pink!


To finish the card I layered a strip of vellum to one side when assembling the card, and then found some beautiful matching mauve sequins to add over it
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The background was a shaving creme and Brusho's panel that I made when having fun with my friend, and it actually has some wee spots of mauve.

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18 comments:

Dawn T said...

A beautiful card Maxine. Love the sparkle on the rose.

D.L. Walls said...

I love those happy accidents Maxine and your pink to purple rose is perfect! Love the shaving cream background, I've never tried that technique, maybe I should give it a go! Thanks for playing along at The Paper Funday Challenge and we hope you'll stop in again soon.
Donna
The Paper Funday Challenge
The Inspiration Station Challenge

R's Rue said...

Absolutely stunning.

Irish Cherokee said...

Love this card and the message. It is a shame war has to be a part of any language.

Love, Hugs and Blessings,
Jim

Doni High said...

Love the shaving cream background.Thanks for joining us this week at The Little Red Wagon.
Hugs,
Doni

Lori Podolsky said...

Wonderful background and amazing details, Maxine. Love that beautiful sentiment, too. Thank you for playing along with us on The Paper Shelter Challenge Blog. We hope to see you again soon. Hugs, Lori- DT

cotnob said...

A lovely card Maxine, you have created a super background for your pretty rose.
Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob
x

mamapez5 said...

Thjat is a lovely rose stamp. You get very good results with your Wink of Stella pen. I can hardly see where I have used mine. And you even catch the shine in your photos. I see you did use two layers so maybe that is what did it.
I still love the shaving foam background. I am going to try it but it has been too hot here to do much playing this week. Kate x

Uschi said...

Stunning background. I love these accidently developping things. It' s really a great background to show this beautiful purple rose. Very admirable card!
Thanks a lot for entering the EAC challenge.
Hugs Uschi

Gerrina said...

I'm sure there are a gew purple roses and for sure they are a bit pale, just as your beautiful one! Hugs, Gerrina

Becca Sadler said...

You've given the Scripture verse a very pretty and feminine artsy background. Like pairing opposites together. Kudos.

Linda Mc Enery said...

I love what you've done with that image. It has so much character, and yet, it's still soft and elegant. Fabulous background panel too. Thanks for sharing this with us at The Paper Shelter!
Linda

stampinwithanita said...

Beautiful card and sentiment! I love the shaving cream background. One of my favorite techniques....thanks for joining us at The Paper Funday Challenges!

Brenda said...

This card is beautiful Maxine! I love your shaving cream/brusho's background, compliments your rose so nicely! The rose is just gorgeous, I love that the deeper purple tones comes from the silver WOS! That is so cool looking. Love the scripture too. Again, beautiful card Maxine! Hugs, Brenda

Brenda said...

What a beautiful card! I love your softly colorful panel and the subtle sparkle on the rose. Thanks so much for joining us at Little Red Wagon this week!

Jeanette (Forest Ranger) said...

Your soft colors and that verse are such a great combination on this lovely card.

Judy McKay said...

Lovely card and verse. They go well together. Thank you for joining us at Through the Craft Room Door this week. Hope to see you back here again soon. Judy DT

Neet said...

Lovely shaving foam panel, that is something I must do one day soon as I have not used it for simply ages.
I love how the wrong Wink of Stella pen darkened areas of the rose and gave it a different colour. It still worked really well with that gorgeous background.
Blessings, neet xx