This is a card I've made for the latest Chocolate Baroque challenge http://chocolatebaroquechallenge.blogspot.co.uk/ using their chosen colour pallet. The stamps used are from the CB Thistle Butterfly set. I have used Distress Inks Spun Sugar, Worn Lipstick, and Dusty Concord; Versafine ink Blue Lagoon; Cosmic Shimmer mister spray Purple Violet; H2O paints Luv-u-Pink, Moonbeams, Mediterranean Blue, Courageous Rose, and Twilight; Starry night Stickles, white acrylic paint and a white watercolour pencil. I took some smooth white card and blended the DIs, then I sprayed it with the Cosmic Shimmer mist. When it was dry I stamped the large image from the set centrally on the panel using Versafine ink. I then stamped the smaller thistle image several times along the bottom of the panel. I used a brush and some water to faux bleach the stamped images, then coloured them with H2O paints. They give the images a lovely pearlescent sheen. The thistle stamens looked a bit dull so I added dots of Moonbeams paint and Stickles. I drew around the outline of the images with a white watercolour pencil, and added white dots to the butterflies with acrylic paint to make them pop. I stamped a separate butterfly on white card, heat embossed and coloured it as before. Then I cut it out and shaped it. I layered the panel onto some purple card and attached the butterfly with dimensional glue. It reminds me of a hot, hazy, summers evening, and I think this design is a good worker card.