Today I have another entry to the CB colour challenge to share http://chocolatebaroquechallenge.blogspot.co.uk/. This is a design similar to one I have done before but using different stamps and colours, but I love the concept of a bird with a big moon behind it and the garden bathed in moonlight. I have used stamps from CB's Poppy Meadow, Tangled Peacock, and Punky Flowers sets; Pebeo Dyna paints and H2o's; Majestic Blue Versafine ink; die cuts and an embossing folder. I started with the background panel, and stamped the flowers across the bottom half of the panel in Vesafine ink then heat embossed them with clear powder. Next I painted them with H2o's to give them a lustrous shimmer. Then on a piece of black card I stamped and heat embossed the Peacock image as before. I used Dyna paints because they are iridescent and change colour depending on the light like real peacock feathers, and the colours I used work best on black card. I have tried to show this by doubling up the photos using different lights. I then cut the peacock out, and repeated this process with the blossoms on the branch. Next I took a piece of white Centura Pearl card and die cut a circle, then I embossed it with clouds in a folder. I sponged Dyna paints around the edges of the moon to emphasize the texture and add shadows. I die cut some branches and a leafy swirl from black card, and painted the leaves. I sponged the paint around the edges of the panel and matted it onto black card, then sponged paint around those edges. On a piece of contrasting card I stamped an image of a peacock feather with Dyna paint around the edges to create a border then attached the background panel to it. I then inked around the edges, and attached it to a base card. Time to assemble the scene. I attached the moon first, then the branches and Peacock, adding the extra blossoms to the branches. I added the leafy swirl to one of the corners. I love this card, and the way the paints seem to make the images 'glow'. This is a lovely worker card suitable for lots of occasions.