LOVE this new In Color! It’s a softer orchid, almost pink but not quite purple either. It’s called Sweet Sugarplum and will be available in the new annual catalog beginning June 1st.
Every year Stampin’ Up brings on fashion forward colors called In Colors. Trendy and around for just 2 years. You can see how the new In Colors are perfectly on trend this year! Below are all of our new colors in one shot:
Below I paired it with Always Artichoke, a deeper green with the mossy hues. I love the stamp set called Wild about Flowers (see my links at end of post) along with the brick embossing folder.
Here’s a sneak peek stamp set called Sitting Here. You saw more of it on my last post showcasing Dapper Denim. If you look closely you can see the new ribbon, which has a pretty shirring but it’s not elastic, so it ties nicely.
Another favorite combo color is the Sweet Sugarplum and Dapper Denim together! Such an easy card but looks like you went to a lot of trouble:)
Pardon my blue background – having light issues today but I got tired of messing with it and decided it’s ok not to be perfect! Just show the cards:)
Black, white and Sugarplum are snappy together ! I added a layer of vellum card stock to help take up some blank space behind the greeting.
This little balloon punch set will be retired at the end of May, so get them before they are gone. (see end of email for shopping details)
For this card, I wanted to show all 5 In Colors together with the new In Color Washi tape. They are fun together but I still like a little space in between the stronger colors!
Here’s a list of what is available now and we will have to wait til June 1st for the new colors! You can order online in any of the links below or email me. Linda
I really like this color. It is on my list to order first. Also love the cards.
Linda This is beautiful. I need to ask which catalog shows the beautiful butterfly that I’m seeing so much of on Pinterest. I love it. and anything that goes w/it. Could you make suggestions?
It’s Watercolor Wings, in the current annual catalog. It’s available now page 75. Unless you mean the BIG single butterfly, then that is Swallowtail.