Five New Colors

SU Color Chart

With all the excitement about the Stampin' Up! Color Renovation, I thought you might enjoy a quick comparison between current Stampin' Up! Colors and the five new Core Colors (available July 1).  For full details on which colors will carryover, return from "the past" or retire, click to see Stampin' Up! Color Renovation.

Stampin up cherry cobbler stampin pretty

NEW Cherry Cobbler:  Left to right Real Red, Cherry Cobbler, Ruby Red

Stampin up daffodil delight stampin pretty

NEW Daffodil Delight:  Left to right So Saffron, Daffodil Delight, Summer Sun

Stampin up marina mist stampin pretty
 NEW Marina Mist:  Left to right Brocade Blue, Marina Mist, Bashful Blue

Stampin up early espresso stampin pretty

NEW Early Espresso:  Left to right Soft Suede, Early  Espresso, Chocolate Chip

Stampin up cajun craze stampin pretty
NEW Cajun Craze:  Left to right Really Rust, Cajun Craze, Pumpkin Pie

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18 Comments:

  1. Love that you did this comparison, I was considering doing something similar!

  2. Thanks for the color displays–what a help in comparing the differences!

  3. Great idea, Mary! TFS xxx Andrea xxx

  4. Mary,

    Thank you for the color comparison, I have been wondering how I would cope with some of the color changes. This has helped me!

    Karen

  5. WHOOOHOOO! Oh thank you for comparing the colors like this, it’s perfect and a person cannot tell from the charts how the reds compare, etc. I sorta wonder how the riding hood red compares too since I’m newer and haven’t seen that colour. But I’m glad you threw ruby red in there so we can see the difference. THANKS!

  6. yes thank you from down under we’re 2 months behind you in the renovation

  7. Cajun Craze looks like Dusty Durango to me. What is the difference? Is there more red in the Cajun paper?

  8. Thanks for this! It’s great to see how the new colours fit in and compare with the old colours.
    I can’t wait for mine to come!

  9. Mary, thanks for doing this. What an awesome idea to lay these out next to each other. I somehow missed (were we told?) that I would be getting samples and when I got my Stampin’ Success last night, I just about had a fit out of excitement!

  10. I have definitely got to get in the mad dash for reinkers. It has taken me the better part of a week to take stock of my DS paper and cardstock, inks, and ribbons , in order to order what I need to coordinate with my current supply. It has been quite a chore, but I am still excited about the changes.

  11. WOW! Nice job Mary….have a great sun-shiney Saturday! ;o

  12. This comparison chart is very helpful. Thanks, Mary.

  13. Thanks, I’ve seen tiny little punched out pieces of these on a color chart, but seeing larger pieces reinforced my impression of them. I haven’t gotten my Stampin’ Success yet either…anxiously waiting! But I don’t want just one piece of cardstock, I want a bunch plus the ink and all the markers, crayons, etc. too! I can’t wait!

  14. kathy amstutz

    OOOooh, they have such depth of color. This comparison really helped me to see why they’re changing. Thanks; I’m now looking forward to the change.

  15. Thank you for the comparison of the colors — it’s was so helpful to see the new colors next to similar colors. They are beautiful!

  16. Cathy from Maple Park, Illinois

    Thank you for sharing the new colors in a larger view and against some of the other colors!! They look so vibrant! 🙂

  17. Thank you for doing this! I haven’t gotten my new colors yet, and have been curious to see how they compare.

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