MFT Stamps Summer School Session 3 Lesson 15 – Color Temperatures

Well, this is that last lesson of My Favorite Things Summer School Session 3 and, if I hurry, I may just get it done in time for the noon deadline!


This lesson (#15) is on creating a mood using the temperature of colors. They have divided them into three groups: neutrals, cool  and warm colors.


Neutrals (black, white, browns, grays). A neutral color palette  often evokes a classy, elegant, sophisticated, and glamorous feel.

Here is my neutral card:


Cool Colors (blues, purples, greens). A cool color combination evokes a calm, serene, and harmonious feel.

Here is my cool card:



You can heat things up with the Warm Colors (reds, yellows, oranges). Warm colors evoke an energetic, optimistic, exciting, playful, and happy feel.

I used autumn orange, yellow and copper for my warm card:


Materials used:

  • My Favorite Things: Heart Balloons stamp set and Lace Background
  • Versamark Ink
  • Hampton Art copper embossing powder
  • Stampendous PEARLustre embossing powder – Tanzanite
  • Recollections Detail Embossing Powder – Gold
  • DCWV cards
  • Misc. cardstock, ribbon, adhesives

Well, that’s the last of the lessons for now. My Favorite Things says they’ll have final exams in September… I may be absent! Hahaha!

If you want to learn more, or download their Study Guide, you can go here:

The copper, orange and yellow card is also being entered in Really Reasonable Ribbon’s Challenge #124- Autumn Color Theme with Ribbon or Trim that you can find here:

Thanks for taking the time to peek in!

– D.Ann


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