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‘In-Color’ Co-ordination

Today I’m using the Eastern Medallions Thinlits to show off some colour combinations for the new ‘In-Colors’.    These new dies are amazing and can create so many different looks.  They will be in the new catalogue starting in June, but you can get them now.  See all the details on how to get the Eastern Palace bundles HERE. 

On each card, I’m also showcasing the gorgeous new Wood Textures Designer Series Paper  that will also be in the catalogue and June.  This Paper stack has all these stunning wood grain papers.  A great way to see all the designer papers up close is to participate in my Paper Share (see details here).

On each of the following cards, I cut a flower using the Eastern Medallions dies using a new ‘In-Color’ and paired with another current Stampin’ Up! colour to show how well the colours go together.  I’m loving these colour combinations and will be using them on upcoming cards.


This first card pairs the ‘In-Color’ Tranquil Tide with the Pool Party colour from the Subtles collection. This colour combination, especially with the white wood pattern, makes me think of a beach.


On this card I paired the Lemon Lime Twist from the new 2017-2019 ‘In-Colors‘ with Melon Mambo from the Brights collection.  I love the bright and fresh feeling to this colour combination.


The pretty Powder Pink colour looks amazing paired with current ‘In-ColorFlirty Flamingo  and perfect for a wedding card.  The saying on this card is from the Rose Wonder stamp set.


This fun new purple/pink colour Berry Burst looks cheerful paired with Bermuda Bay from the Brights colour collection.


I love blue and purple together, they look so elegant. And on this card, I’ve cut the flower from the new Fresh Fig colour using the Eastern Medallions dies and paired it with Night of Navy from the Regals collection.


You can see a comparison of all the ‘In-Colors’ on my blog post yesterday here.  Want a copy of the new catalogue showing all the new ‘In-Colors’?  Just put your name on my form here.

 

 

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