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The Stampin’ Up 2022 Colors are here and they are simply gorgeous.
Here is your color list.
Polished Pink, Pale Papaya (Row 1)
Evening Evergreen, Soft Succulent, Fresh Freesia (Row 2)
I Love Stampin' Up Products
I love Stampin’ Up, and not just because they have great designs. I love Stampin’ Up because of the supportive and perfectly coordinated products that go with those designs.
Everything is perfectly coordinated. The inks match the marker which match the Designer Series Papers which match the Colored Cardstock. Stampin’ Up takes all the guess work out of card making. I don’t find myself fishing for that perfect color. I don’t have to hope I have a matching card stock. I don’t have to wonder if my inks an my markers will match.
Let’s face it, red doesn’t always match red. Blue doesn’t always match blue. It can be hard to match colors. Not to mention white and off white and even black. Getting these colors to match is almost impossible.
Stampin’ Up does all the hard work for me and I don’t have to worry about a thing. I can just sit back, relax and put together absolutely stunning cards that are absolutely breath-taking. I don’t have to worry about colors looking good together because their bundles and colors are perfectly coordinated on the color spectrum,
Coordinating Cardstock - Stampin' Up 2022 Colors
Did you know that all of the Stampin’ Up Designer Series Papers have matching solid color cardstock and matching ink pads and matching markers. That takes all the guess work out of everything I ever wanting to do with my card making.
There are 3 different sizes of cardstock, 8.5×11 inches, 12×12 inches and 6×6 inches. The 6×6 is reserved for Designer Series Papers and does not come in the solid colors.
The solid colors of cardstock only come in 2 sizes, 8.5×11 and 12×12. Please make not of this when you are ordering so you order the size that you are actually wanting.
I really like having the solid color cardstock in 8.5×11 inches because if you cut that size in half, you get an A2 card without a whole lot of fuss.
Let’s not forget about the markers. These markers are amazing and they match perfectly to both the inks and the cardstock.
Stampin’ Up offers 2 different types of markers. Stampin’ Up offers the Stampin’ Write Dual Tipped Markers and Stampin’ Blends Alcohol Markers.
There is a good reason why I make sure I have both sets of markers.
Coordinating Markers - Stampin' Up 2022 Colors
Stampin' Write Dual Tipped Markers - Stampin' Up 2022 Colors
The Stampin’ Write Dual-Tipped Markers have, like the description says, a fine tip for writing and broad tip for coloring. My calligraphy skills are not the greatest, but I like using the fine tip for outlining and tracing. I also like broad tip marker side when I am coloring small areas or shading.
Stampin' Blends Alcohol Markers - Stampin' Up 2022 Colors
Stampin’ Blends Alcohol Markers are great when you want to create highlights and shadows for a 3D coloring effect.
I like using the Stampin’ Blends Alcohol Markers with what I call a companion product, the Stampin’ Blends Color Lifter. My blending skills are not always the best and the Stampin’ Blends Color Lifter help a lot touch up those imperfections.
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