I think I have said on other occasions how much I like autumn colors and the natural feel of burlap and wood and I am always drawn to anything in those colors!
I don’t spend a lot of time on Pinterest – I find that time just disappears when I start clicking around but a few weeks ago I was letting my fingers ‘do the walking’ and came across a wreath from a UK Stampin’ UP! demonstrator which just called my name and I could not resist casing it. As always I had to put my own little spin on it.
The 5th and final of the new 2017 – 2019 In-colors is Tranquil Tide, the name itself sounds calming and relaxing. It is a very deep ‘blue’ based green which I think will make a very interesting Christmas green – one I shall try out a little nearer the time!. Once again, I have paired it with Crumb Cake and Very Vanilla but as I write this I am thinking Sahara Sand would also make a great combination. Continue reading
The 4th of the new 2017 – 2019 In-colors is Fresh Fig, a rich and mellow jewel tone color. While it works very well with neutrals I was surprised to find that it was the perfect foil for brighter colors such as Crushed Curry… who would have thought it! Continue reading
This is the third of the 5 new In-Colors launched on June 1st ~ Berry Burst is a really vibrant magenta color that I paired with Smoky Slate, which allow the Berry Burst to ‘burst’ out as a focal color.
All the cards I am sharing that introduce the new 2017 – 2018 In-colors, have been made using the Colorful Seasons Stamp Set which literally has Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter images with a selection of greetings in a lovely font. Better yet – it has a coordinating Thinlets Die set (if you buy the bundle – you get 10% discount!) Continue reading
June 1st saw the new 2017 – 2018 Stampin’ Up! catalog launch, not only do we get lots of new stamp sets, papers, embellishments to ‘ooohhh‘ and ‘aaahhh‘ over, but we also get 5 new ink and paper colors!
I had a sneak peak of the Powder Pink the other day, today I introduce Lemon Lime Twist…………………… Continue reading