Hopefully I can illustrate what a versatile colour combination this is.
Firstly just by changing the focus of main colour gives such different moods to cards using this colour scheme.
Here are 4 of the same design all with different main colours.
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I have used a Penny Black stamp set called Petal Party and the decorative border is in a Stampendous set called Elegant Borders.
I think this colour scheme works wonders for Halloween.
I've used a howling wolf from a Chocolate Baroque stamp set called Howling Moon and the spiders are from an Inkadinkado set called Creepy Crawly. I've also used Distress Inks in Festive Berries and Peacock Feathers.
It's also great for Christmas.
To make a masculine teenage card I used a Kraft Card blank and muted shades of turquoise and red and an Inkadinkado stamp set called circles and dots.
Well I couldn't not include my favourite fella now could I?
Wolf whistles please for Stampotique's Heart Throb.
What? You want more Heart Throb?
Oh go on then, seeing as it's you, he'll meet you under the mistletoe...
I used Spellbinders Create-a-Flake Three for the Snowflakes.
I hope I've managed to inspire you to use this colour combination.
Happy creating with turquoise and red or anything else crafty you've got on your desk!