Inkyfingers Papercrafting

Spotlight on the New In Colors

Posted on: July 20, 2017

Have you tried out the new In Colors yet? Do you have a favourite – or a least favourite? I admit, when the colours were first revealed online, I wasn’t a fan of Lemon Lime Twist. But now that I’ve had a chance to use all the colours – in cardstock, ink, and designer series paper form – Lemon Lime Twist might be my favourite of the bunch!

I wanted everyone at my card classes to have a chance to play with all of the colours, so here are two of the projects we did that use all five colours in one card:

And here’s another project, which uses just one of the In Colors – everyone got to choose which colour they’d like to use: Products used for these projects:
Beautiful You stamp set
Fresh Florals Designer Series Paper Stack
Whisper White cardstock
Basic Black cardstock
2017-2019 In Color inkpads
2017-2019 In Color cardstock
Basic Black inkpad
Triple Banner Punch
Happy Birthday Thinlit Die
Balloon Bouquet Punch
Happy Birthday Gorgeous stamp set
Balloon Celebration stamp set

 

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