I love all those colours. They're wonderfully vibrant and strong colours. Strangely, Kath didn't choose to use the Hello Honey. The other three colours, after all, are all part of the 2014-2016 In-Colors. But I do love the warmth of the Crushed Curry which she chose instead.
Like I said, my first instinct when I saw these colours, was that they would be perfect for a Fall card. And so that's exactly what I created. I wanted to keep it rather simple. My card would be classed as a CAS style of card (that means it's clean and simple). Sometimes they're the best way to go because they can be so striking. I used a base of the heavy weight Whisper White and added a layer of Blackberry Bliss. Then I took a piece of the normal weight Whisper White and stamped two maple leaves from the Vintage Leaves set, one at the top and one at the bottom. The top one is stamped using the Tangelo Twist ink and the bottom one is stamped using the Mossy Meadow ink. Then I used my Stampin' Markers to colour the white area in the top leaf with Crushed Curry and the white area in the bottom leaf with Tangelo Twist.
I wanted a bit of dark colour at the top and so stamped a smaller leaf on a scrap of Crushed Curry using Mossy Meadow ink. Then I cut it out using the matching framelit. It balanced the colours better once I adhered it using my Dimensionals. Finally I cut out the "thanks" from a piece of Blackberry Bliss using my thinlit. Doesn't the white background make those colours "pop"?
I hope you'll make time to check out the other Watercooler Artists' wonderful creations at our Watercooler Wednesday challenge.
I'm also entering my card into the SUO challenge.