Okay, you survived the peonies, now prepare to be bombarded with Altenew Beautiful Day cards!
I stamped the main flower using the Altenew set of 4 cube inks in shades of purple. As the stamps were new and I couldn't be bothered to "condition" them, i.e. remove the manufacturing residue off the stamp by rubbing them with a pencil rubber or similar the ink pooled a little on the surface but I quite liked that effect. I don't know if it's just because a lot of the Altenew stamps have large flat areas, but I find the pooling more noticeable on their stamps than other brands.
After stamping the main flower I then added some little flowers and the leaves using memento new sport and pistachio inks and archival ink in olive. I didn't bother masking when adding the other bits as I didn't mind if they overlapped a little. I smooshed the second darkest purple and memento green ink pads on some plastic packaging and used a brush to colour in the sprigs. I added the sentiment in Versafine onyx black. I added a bee from the Inkylicious Winged Things set and used a little cosmic shimmer Mango Blaze pixie powder mixed with water to paint him and a tiny bit of blue ink watered down for his wings. Hopefully you can see in the second picture the mica shimmer on him.
Having managed to not get any inky marks on the card, a couple of marks appeared when I die cut the panel with the largest tattered lace pin dot die. Time to clean my plates!
I added a narrow mat of coordinating purple card and mounted it on a cream A5 card blank that I trimmed down to fit. A scattering of white iridescent sequins hid the marks that had appeared.
I'm entering this card over at Penny's paper-crafty challenge blog where the theme is anything goes this week.