In a time crunch and need to make a card quickly? This simple card featuring the Stampin’ Up! 2018-2020 In Color Call Me Clover will solve your dilemma! The simplicity of the image from the Accented Blooms stamp set will help create a stunning card. Stay with one color scheme, in this case, Call Me Clover green. Using the cardstock, the coordinating Designer Series Paper from the In Color 6″ x 6″ paper package and the Call Me Clover Classic Stampin’ Pad, you can create a beautiful card in just a few minutes. I love the brightness of this new in color green offered by Stampin’ Up! and will be using it in many more projects.
A tutorial for recreating this card can be found under the Tutorial tab. A list of project materials is with the tutorial. Have fun making this card using all of the 2018-2020 In Colors!
The Graceful Glass Suite is just one of the new suites in the 2018-2019 annual catalog. The suite is featured on pages 164 and 165 of the new annual catalog. As with any suite, you have a bunch of products that make up the complete suite. Included is a stamp set, the stained glass framelit dies, the Graceful Glass Designer Vellum which I might add is perfect for coloring with your Stampin’ Blends, However, you can use other coloring options as well. You also get Tinted Faceted Buttons and some black cord.
Graceful Glass: All That’s Included
Below is a video from Stampin’ Up! that puts all the products from this suite in front of you. There are even some card samples and coloring techniques you can use when creating projects with this suite.
I hope you have been inspired and will enjoy this suite as much as I do and I look forward to sharing projects and cards with you created using this suite. The beginning of the Stampin’ Up! year is always an exciting one.
The New Color Revamp is coming. If you are like me, you are anticipating the new colors that will be released when the new catalog goes live. This is the first color change in many years. To help you adjust, I have a little information for you below. First, take a look at a video from Stampin’ Up! to help you see all the colors together:
To further help with the Color Revamp, use flyer below with HEX values to coordinate colors when you need to. Use the codes to get the exact colors on any digital projects. The catalog goes live on Friday. You will be able to find all the new colors in the ink section of my online store. Click the flyer below to download the flyer:
The color coach has always been a favorite tool of mine. It’s a great way to see our colors come together and get an idea on how they will work on projects. I love creating new color combos and making my projects come alive. This online color coach can give you some wonderful color combinations using the new colors:
The new catalog will bring lots of changes. Therefore, feel free to contact me with any questions you have regarding the current or new colors. I know you will have so much to look at when the new catalog goes live. Remember, there will also be a lot of new Designer Series Papers that will coordinate with these new colors.
Lastly, below is a picture of the new In Color collection featured in the new in cases. The new cases also feature more of the color on the cover and you can place the color labels where you want. Since you have options with the labels, put them where you want.
I hope you are as excited as I am for the new catalog and the Color Revamp.
Share What You Love Bundle is here! Stampin’ Up! has released some new products that will be featured in the new 2018-2019 Annual Catalog. Take a look at the new Share What You Love Suite. Below I have listed the three different options you can take advantage of to get some of these products before the release of the catalog.
There are three bundle options and each of the options comes with at least 1 free gift. Each choice has some of the new products being released. All these products are being released in the new upcoming catalog. At the bottom of the post you will also see the new In-Colors for 2018-2019. The Ink Pad bundle is priced at 10% off.
The new products are so easy to use and two of my favorite items are in the Gotta Have it All bundle – the beautiful Designer Series Paper (which is a double pack) and the Floral Embossing Folder. Look over each option below and see what works for you.
Visit my online store to take advantage of this opportunity before the end of the month.
This past weekend, I had the opportunity to attend the OnStage Atlanta event hosted by Stampin’Up! It was a one day event packed full of information and lots of excitement with the product changes announced. As is an annual tradition with the release of the 2018-2019 Catalog in June, there are In-Color announcements and this year, in addition to new In-Colors it was announced there will be a Color Revamp. So what does that mean? Based upon market color trends and other data, Stampin’ Up! determined it was time for a color makeover and will be retiring thirteen colors…don’t fret, not only are new colors being added some previously retired in-colors are returning as core colors! Therefore, in addition to the retirement of the 2016-2017 In-colors, the list of core colors retiring on May 31, 2018 are:
Note: If any of these are your favorite colors, now is the time to purchase ink refills and cardstock! In addition there will be other items retiring – so check out the list of retiring items Shop Now.
The returning In-Colors that will now be core colors are:
Drum roll, please!!! the 2018-2020 In-Colors are:
and introducing the new core colors….
What a wonderful array of color! The color categories with the new core colors are:
A new Basics Collection has been added by moving Basic Black, Very Vanilla and Whisper White out of the Neutrals Collection. There will now be a total of 53 colors…and oh, the combinations are endless!
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