Say Hello To The New 2017-2019 In Colors

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First Look at Stampin' Up 2017 Annual Catalog 2017-2019 In Colors Project Frame

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We are 5 days away from being able to order new catalog goodies! Are you excited? I sure am! Over the next 5 days, I’ll be showing you a whole bunch of projects that we got to see during OnStage this past April. Prepare yourself! Did you miss yesterday’s post? Check it out here.

Also, do you need a catalog? Request your copy here.

Today we’ll be looking at the brand new 2017-2019 In Colors! They are Powder Pink, Berry Burst, Tranquil Tide, Fresh Fig and Lemon Lime Twist. Need some color combination inspiration? Check out the free PDF below!

First Look at Stampin' Up 2017 Annual Catalog 2017-2019 In Colors

Powder Pink lays somewhere between Blushing Bride and Pink Pirouette.

Berry Burst, one of my favorites, is bright and flirty. It’s not as bright as Melon Mambo but not as dark as Rich Razzleberry.

Tranquil Tide is really interesting. Depending upon what colors you pair it with, it will look more green or more blue.

Fresh Fig is deep and fruity. A very deep purple but a little more desaturated than Elegant Eggplant, it reminds me of a nice wine color.

Lemon Lime Twist which is a sort of neon green that’s loud and vibrant. This is my favorite new In Color.

First Look at Stampin' Up 2017 Annual Catalog 2017-2019 In Colors Project Frame Close Up

How do the 2017-2019 In Colors Compare to other colors in our color library?

I’ve made a little video showing you exactly how these new colors compare with some of our existing and some of our past in colors.

Monochrome Cards with 2017-2019 In Colors

Here’s a thank you card in Fresh Fig:

First Look at Stampin' Up 2017 Annual Catalog 2017-2019 In Colors Thank You Card

And the same thank you card in the rest of the In Colors:

First Look at Stampin' Up 2017 Annual Catalog 2017-2019 In Colors Thank You Cards

Did you notice the beautiful paper on these cards? This is the new Fresh Florals Designer Series Paper Stack.

It’s a 12×12 paper stack and if the patterns look familiar, it’s because you’ve seen them in the Floral Boutique Designer Series Paper that will be retiring in the next few days.

We took 4 of our favorite patterns from that paper and recolored them with the new In Colors to bring you this wonderful stack of paper.

First Look at Stampin' Up 2017 Annual Catalog 2017-2019 In Colors Paper Stack

2017-2019 In Colors Combinations

Tranquil Tide

  • Tranquil Tide
  • Pool Party
  • Rich Razzleberry
  • gold

First Look at Stampin' Up 2017 Annual Catalog 2017-2019 In Color Combo Idea-1 Here’s a cute treat bag featuring the Tranquil Tide color combination.

First Look at Stampin' Up 2017 Annual Catalog Project Made with 2017-2019 In Color Combo Idea-1

How about those gold striped treat bags! And you can’t tell from the photo but the paper used is a glossy cardstock, which is a returning product. And did you see those cute bitty bows? They’re made of felt, are pre-tied and have adhesive on the back. Win!

First Look at Stampin' Up 2017 Annual Catalog 2017-2019 In Color Bitty Bows

Fresh Fig

  • Fresh Fig
  • Rose Red
  • Old Olive
  • Crumb Cake

First Look at Stampin' Up 2017 Annual Catalog 2017-2019 In Color Combo Idea-2

And here’s a card made with the Fresh Fig color combination:

First Look at Stampin' Up 2017 Annual Catalog Oh So Eclectic Stamp Set Project

This card features the new Oh So Eclectic stamp set and it’s coordinating dies, the Eclectic Layers Thinlits.

First Look at Stampin' Up 2017 Annual Catalog Oh So Eclectic Stamp Set

Lemon Lime Twist

  • Lemon Lime Twist
  • Bermuda Bay
  • Tangerine Tango
  • Island Indigo

First Look at Stampin' Up 2017 Annual Catalog 2017-2019 In Color Combo Idea-3

And here’s a box made from the Gift Bag Punchboard using the above color combination:

First Look at Stampin' Up 2017 Annual Catalog You Deserve This Project

Did you notice the wooden elements?

First Look at Stampin' Up 2017 Annual Catalog Hearts and Stars Elements

How about the delicious new ribbon? This is the new Finely Woven Ribbon, which comes in all 5 of the new In Colors. It’s a soft ribbon thats pliable and easy to tie. But it’s just sturdy enough that it stays where you put it and it’s not so thick that it bulks up a card.

First Look at Stampin' Up 2017 Annual Catalog 2017-2019 In Color Ribbon

And the super cute stamp set that the gift bag was made with, You Deserve This, features 6 stamps including a mini-background stamp that was used to create the front of the gift bag:

First Look at Stampin' Up 2017 Annual Catalog You Deserve This Stamp Set

Powder Pink

  • Powder Pink
  • Calypso Coral
  • Bermuda Bay
  • Wild Wasabi

First Look at Stampin' Up 2017 Annual Catalog 2017-2019 In Color Combo Idea-4

And here’s a card featuring the Powder Pink color combination along with the new Daisy Delight stamp set, gold faceted gems and embossing paste!

First Look at Stampin' Up 2017 Annual Catalog Embossing Paste Finished Card

Yes! Embossing paste!

First Look at Stampin' Up 2017 Annual Catalog Embossing Paste

That you can use with the new Pattern Party Decorative Masks.

First Look at Stampin' Up 2017 Annual Catalog Decorative Masks

You just put the mask over your cardstock and spread the embossing paste over the mask with a palette knife:

First Look at Stampin' Up 2017 Annual Catalog Using Embossing Paste With Deocorative Masks

Voila! Texture!

First Look at Stampin' Up 2017 Annual Catalog Embossing Paste Close Up

 

Berry Burst

  • Berry Burst
  • Pear Pizzaz
  • Pool Party
  • Night of Navy

 

First Look at Stampin' Up 2017 Annual Catalog 2017-2019 In Color Combo Idea-5

Here’s the card that was made with the Berry Burst color combination:

First Look at Stampin' Up 2017 Annual Catalog Embossing Paste Finished Card using Color Combo Idea

Do you recognize the pattern on the background of the card? It’s the hexagon from the Window Box Thinlits Dies!

First Look at Stampin' Up 2017 Annual Catalog Using Die Cut Shapes as Masks for Embossing Paste-1

And, we’re not quite done with the embossing paste yet! Did you know that you can color it? Simply take a drop or two of whatever color ink you like and mix it into the paste like you would if you were coloring frosting. You can do this on top of the Silicone Mat for easy mixing and cleanup.

First Look at Stampin' Up 2017 Annual Catalog Embossing Paste Coloring

Once the paste is mixed, put your Window Box pattern over the card base and brush the colored embossing paste onto the template.

First Look at Stampin' Up 2017 Annual Catalog Using Die Cut Shapes as Masks for Embossing Paste-2

Then lift the template off of the card base and let it dry.

First Look at Stampin' Up 2017 Annual Catalog Using Die Cut Shapes as Masks for Embossing Paste-3

What a wonderful way to create a tone-on-tone card with lots of texture! Jazz it up further with a custom envelope made from the Fresh Florals Designer Series Paper Stack!

First Look at Stampin' Up 2017 Annual Catalog Embossing Paste Finished Card Using Color Combo Idea and Custom Envelope

Want even more 2017-2019 In Color combinations?

Download my free In Color Combinations sheet!

Free PDF Download: 2017-2019 In Color Combinations

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