I used Very Vanilla for my base card. I have some large post it notes so I also use them for masking. I find Grid Paper (102787) an absolute necessity for this masking technique. Here are all the colors for you.
I lined up my card on the grid paper and then put the first post it note in about three lines. Then I counted over 8 lines and lined up the other post it note. With the help of the grid paper my post it notes are even. And because the glue on the post it notes spans the card it generally stays secure on the paper.
Starting with the first color, More Mustard, I sponged in small circles over the top of the card and down the side. I find small circles works best and don't start on the card stock, start on the post it note and move on to the card stock, that way you won't have a blotch of ink and it's easier to blend.
The next color I added was Pumpkin Pie ink and again sponged and blended it into the More Mustard.
I followed that with Cajun Craze ink. By this time it looks like crap but trust me in the end it will be go-jus!
This was the last color I added and it was Old Olive. I sponged the bottom of the card and also just at the top, and a little down the side. Still looking crappy but wait for it.....
I removed the post it notes and lookee - Yep it looks ok right?
I left it for a little while to dry as I needed the card as dry as possible so the embossing powder wouldn't stick in the wrong places. Got out my versamark ink, stamps and embossing buddy!
This is what it looks like before the heat tool sets the embossing powder. I stamped in a random manner on and off the strip of color.
Then I heat set the embossing powder to get this fab-o shiny look. Love it!
Next step. Replace the card on the grid paper and line it up straight (very imp) Add the post it notes so that it lines up exactly with your sponged lines.
Then take the small Paris circle and ink it up in Old Olive and stamp on and off the card stock.