When I first started looking at the color combo given to us for this challenge, I thought....."Oh my....how in the world will I find a stamp for THOSE colors?" After scribbling them on a scratch piece of paper and staring at them for a while, I remembered this stamp I got from the rubber stamp convention in March from Auntie Amy. I've wanted to use it for a long time. It was perfect! I naturally had to add a few other colors, like a lighter yellow to soften the white behind the fish and words. AND a few other yellows to go with the challenge color to give my wood a more realistic look. You can't see it in the scan but I used Copic's Spica glitter pen on the image. Nice for a guy.....not too much glitter but enough to jazz it up a little. After my image was complete I looked around for something for the background. I originally tried to so a sanded whitewash (a TJ technique) with a piece of black/gold sparkly paper from Paper Temptress. But, after the sanding, it just didn't have the right color to go with the image. I'll have to use the piece I made on another card though as it turned out very pretty. Then I remembered that I had some faux wood pieces made for another card that I never completed. It was perfect. The image is mounted on foam tape to raise it up a little. I hope that it inspires you to create!