Monday, June 17, 2013

MMM: Shades of Purple

Welcome to another Make My Monday DT post!  This week we've got a color challenge for you.  We'd like you to use SHADES OF PURPLE WITH ONLY ONE NEUTRAL COLOR!  I chose purple and white.

Here's my card~

I've used stamps by Hero Arts, a sentiment by Inspired By Stamping, rhinestone butterflies and glitter glue by Studio G, a blending tool and liquid pearls by Ranger, white embossing powder by Stampendous! and all other supplies are by Stampin' Up!.

I had a grand time creating the background!  I first embossed some blooms from Hero Arts with white embossing powder by Stampendous!.  Then I used the blending tool and purple inks to shade it.  After taht I used deep purple ink to add some other flower images.  Liquid pearls in deep and light purple and white finished it up.  I love this card!!!

Thanks so much for stopping by to take a peek!  I do hope you'll join us this week!  I can't wait to see your glorious purple creations!  Don't forget to take a look at the other DT creations as well--they're all stunning!  HUGS and happy stamping friends! :)


Rossella said...

Absolutely beautiful, Mynette, it makes a real statement
Rosie x

sandie said...

I LOVE this Mynnette!! The embossing in white then blending the inks looks stunning. And purple, oh I just swoon!!

Lisa Elton said...

Beautiful Mynnette, lovin all the flowers!! Hope your week is off to a good start ;)

Unknown said...

Absolutely amazing,!

Karen x

Fliss said...

Really fabulous Mynnette. Such a beautiful floral background and the quote is lovely.
Hugs, Fliss xx

JayBe said...

Absolutely gorgeous, Mynnette - love the white embossing over the purple and adore the sentiment.
Hugz, Jan xx

Danielle Vincent said...

Wow!!! This is just amazing Mynn! A real masterpiece with all your fabulous elements and layers (and the color - wonderful).

Kim S said...

What incredible depth you have gotten with these colors! Stunning!

Rosmarie said...

My goodness, this is breathtaking!! What a great stamping and embossing!! There is so much depth in this card, that it looks like flowers behind glass! Great, great cardmaking!!!
Hugs Rosi