Friday, 23 September 2011

Purple "Less is More" Peony

I found a gorgeous sheet of purple satin mirri board in my stash and coloured this beautiful peony bloom from Just Inklined in the same colour.

Promarkers used:
Aubergine, Plum and Mulberry
Pear Green, Lime Green, Lime Zest and Soft Lime

I'm entering this into the "Less is More" challenge where the theme is Anything Goes and they are having a bit of a challenge themselves as they are trying to get over 1000 entries, so here's my contribution. I'm also entering it into the Allsorts Challenge Blog where the theme is "Clean and Simple".

See you soon xx


Lynne said...

Wow Karen, this is fabulous. Gorgeous image, beautifully coloured. I`m so pleased to see you on the Less is More Challenge. We have a fantastic community spirit and it would be great to see you there in the future.
Lynne xxx

Tammy said...

Absolutely gorgeous!

Mandi said...

Just fabulous
Good to see you
Thank you so much for participating in our quest for 1000 entries

Linby said...

Absolutely stunning, love the colour.

Chrissie said...

This is simply beautiful Karen.
Thanks so much for helping in our attempt at 1000 entries to our challenge this week.
"Less is More"

June Nelson said...

Karen this is stunning darl love it xxxx

scotspanda said...

beautiful card, the colour is so vibrant :o)

thanks so much for joining in with my theme this week at Allsorts



Jill said...

Wow, this is beautiful!
Love it, great colours and fantastic colouring of the peony.
Thanks for joining us at Allsorts for this weeks CAS challenge. Good luck and I hope to see you again!
HUgs, Jill

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Pöydän kulmalla näpertelijä said...

Wow! This is stunning!

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