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Stampin’ Up! In Colors. How Do They Compare?

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I shared this video recently providing sneak peeks of the new Stampin’ Up! In Colors.  However, I think it’s also helpful to see a comparison to existing Stampin’ Up! colors and get a better feel as to how they fit into the Stampin’ Up! color line-up.  The new colors will be available for purchase in card stock, designer series paper, ink, markers and more on June 2 in the 2015-2016 Stampin’ Up! Annual Catalog.  Need a catalog?  Click here.

stampin up 2015 2017 In color watermelon wonder

Watemelon Wonder is a beautiful coral red.  See how it’s more red than Calypso Coral and more pink than Tangerine Tango.

stampin up 2015 2017 in colors cucumber crush

Cucumber Crush is a pure kelly green, amazing with Real Red for the holidays.  It’s brighter and crisper than Wild Wasabi and Old Olive.

stampin up 2015 2017 in colors delightful dijon

Delightful Dijon is a rich, golden yellow/brown.  It’s much darker than Crushed Curry and Hello Honey and will act much like a neutral when mixed with other colors.

stampin up 2015 2017 in colors mint macaron

Mint Macaron (named after a French meringue cookie that comes in many colors–not the coconut macaroon) is a chameleon and can look either green or blue, depending on what it’s paired with.  It’s much more green than Pool Party and Lost Lagoon.

stampin up 2015-2017 in colors tip top taupe

Tip Top Taupe is the brown/gray stone color that many of us have been hoping for.  It’s darker than Sahara Sand and more gray than Crumb Cake. Looks stunning with the other four new In Colors and beyond!

COOL TIP:  For those of us that like the ombre effect of layered, like colors, these color comparisons can be inspiration.

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16 thoughts on “Stampin’ Up! In Colors. How Do They Compare?”

  1. Thanks for comparing the new in-colors! I would like to make some of these. How did you get the name of the color across the butterfly?

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  2. Thanks for these comparisons Mary. They are so helpful in deciding which colour will fill a gap in my collection.

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  3. I think I’m going to need some of the Cucumber Crush. That looks like the shade of green I always wish I had.

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  4. Thanks for sharing the new “In Colors”… When I first saw the new colors I didn’t really want them, but with your color comparison the colors look better and now I want the Mint Macaron & Tip Top Taupe! I love your blog and really appreciate on of the ideas you share! You’re the best.

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  5. Thank you Mary! Very much appreciate you showing this! Now just waiting for my order. Should come tonight! Then I will punch out the new In Colors and add to my ring of colors! I did save all your pics for reference till then! Again, Thank you!

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  6. Can’t wait to get my hands on some paper in Watermelon Wonder and Tip Top Taupe. With a little white for accent I think it will be stunning!
    Have a great time in Hawaii!

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  7. Good to hear, Chris. I created some sample note cards for next week using the color combinations I mentioned in the video (spring, summer, fall, winter) to show how to balance as well as enjoy them together!

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  8. Thanks Mary for showing the new colors in comparison to current colors. That’s a big help. I think the new colors look great!

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