Aren't these colors lovely, I admire this bouquet of flowers so much!! Yummy! And here is my take on the challenge:
I used the Hydrangea stamp from Hero Arts, again! I just can't seem to put that stamp away, it keeps following me! In variation to the other Hydrangea cards I've made, I decided to color this hydrangea one with four different colors, a dark eggplant, a lavender, cream and a very blush pink.
To make the background paper, I used white cardstock and distressed it with Milled Lavender distress ink and embossed the Flourish Background stamp with white EP. I stamped the hydrangea again before I did the embossing.
This card is also for the Hero Arts April Challenge of Home and Mother's Day. If you haven't joined the challenge yet, why not? Give it a try, really lots of fun!
CL272 - All occasion.
CL180 - Happy Greetings.
CH210 - Floral Mixed Accents.
PS592 - Aubergine Layering paper.
PS610 - Snow layering paper.
PS549 - Iris folded notecards.
AF179 - Iris Chalk Ink.
K5376 - Hydrangea.
CG119 - Flourish Background.
Spellbinders Nestabilities Blossom Die.
Tim Holtz inks.
Stazon Black Ink.
Large, 2" purple ribbon.
White embossing powder.