Here's the Trigger image. Now I know this is paint but don't they practically look like candy and good enough to eat? Salt Water Taffy colors for sure! I actually managed to make this card almost exclusively from scraps in my scrap box. Some are patterned papers and on the solids I either embossed them or did some stamping. I wanted them to be cohesive but to also have each be slightly different and unique from the others.
One little trick that I will share with you is that the golden-orange plaid is one I created by using a peach colored Prismacolor maker. I wanted to repeat the plaid pattern. I simply reached for a marker and with the broad point laid down a few wide strokes right on top of a scrap of the yellow plaid. Once it was completely dry (even slightly damp the paper is not going to cut cleanly) I punched my circle. Not only is this a great way to use up scraps, it allows you to really customize them to be exactly what you need.
STAMPS: In Bloom (Papertrey Ink), Sentiment (Hero Arts)
INKS: Blue Raspberry, Orange Fizz, Gumdrop Green (My Favorite Things)
PAPER: My Scrapbox, White 80# Accent (Card Base)
PUNCH: 1" Circle Punch (EK Success)
OTHER: Square Lattice & Honeycomb Embossing Folders (Stampin Up)
BASICS: Click HERE to check out my crafting tool bag.