White With 1 challenge colour is Cayenne - I immediately thought of the colour for fire! I also immediately knew the photo I would add - this photo of my dad was taken in 2014 (courtesy of Auckland District Fire Brigades Sub Assn) who is an ex volunteer fireman.
Its not an easy task to create background texture looking like flames mind you!!
cayenne ink and clear embossing powder - which I built up using a transparency and heat gun while trying not to cause a fire lol)
Scrapping Outback Cardstock (white),
Cayenne colour is a mix of versa colour ink (scarlet) and Chroma Tones colouring system (candy corn), The Crafters Workshop stencil (mini flames TCW258), Dina Wakely for Ranger - plastic canvas stencil (small white squares), Ranger Adirondack Acrylic paint dabber (snow cap), Couture Creations double sided tape, Stampin' Up sticker (stamp),
my2angels charms (key & arrows), Stampendous embossing enamel (aged white),
Colour Blast shimmer spray (fire engine)
and the finished result:
|life key - Dad - volunteer ex fire fighter|