And here's my card:
I decided to get the paintbrush and water out and tried to come up with a watercolored background using Dried Marigold and Barn Door distress inks - the closest matches to Calypso Coral and Real Red. I deliberately tried to water down the red color to give more of a pink-y look.
Once that had dried, I die cut the Cityscape Nightline out of black cardstock and the Cityscape Silhouette out of white cardstock and glued them together. Once I had that adhered to the watercolored piece, I stamped the greeting from Communique Curves in black ink.
As you can see from the photo above, the watercolor paper has warped the card base somewhat so it's going back under something heavy to flatten out :)
Thanks for visiting. The design team have used these colors in wonderful ways, so be sure to check them out.
Stamps: Communique Curves (PTI)
Ink: Dried Marigold, Barn Door, Archival Black
Cardstock: Black, white, Tim Holtz Watercolor Paper
Accessories: Cityscape Nightline, Cityscape Silhouette dies (Memory Box)