Sunday, August 28, 2011


Well, we're finally finished painting and have all the stuff moved back into the rooms. Whew, it sure feels good. Now, are you ready for a color challenge?  The colors we painted were: Banana Leaf, Showcase and Tony's Touch. Can you figure out which is which?

I figure the Showcase is almost a perfect Rich Razzleberry. The Banana Leaf is pretty close to Old Olive and the Tony's Touch is the Very Vanilla.

Aren't colors wonderful? Below is a color project I did with my downline this summer. We made display boards of the Stampin'UP! color collections.  We punched the paper, used the matching ink and a ribbon if I had one. (I don't own all the ribbons, my wall just looks like I do). This is  a business tool that we'll be able to display at workshops and classes we teach. You could make something like this for yourself.  


Stampin'UP!'s dedication to color coordination is one of the big selling features for this company. Don't you just hate when your ink color is not quite the right match for your paper? Or when you can't find the right ribbon color to go with the paper you're using. That never happens with Stampin'UP! products. With Stampin'UP! products everything matches: paper, ink, ribbon, brads, embossing powder . . . everything is color coordinated. Even the Designer Series papers. 

And speaking of Designer Papers, we are into the last 3 days of the August Special. Buy 3-Get-1-FREE. Buy 3 of the specially selected designer series paper packages and get the 4th for FREE. That is a 25% savings. But hurry now, because this offer expires August 31st. Click here for more details and to place your order online.

Happy Stamping

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