Welcome to my blog series on the primary reason I craft with Stampin Up! product. As well as the people of course the other thing I love about Stampin’ Up! is the ease of colour coordination.

I don’t think any other company offers such a coordinated palette 🥰 that makes crafting so much easier.

Stampin’ Up! group the colours in families, Brights, Regals, Neutrals and Subtles. My blog series is following the rainbow that I store my inks and cardstock in.

This week I am showcasing Petal Pink, a beautiful shade of pink with a hint of orange (well that’s how I see it)

Petal Pink is in the Subtles family. All Stampin’ Up colours come in ink and cardstock with Petal Pink we also have ribbon and bling.

It also features in a selection of Designer Series Papers, including the family.

Its fun to create with the subtle colours for so many occasions. Using the Designer Series Papers is a great way to incorporate other colours.

This card also feature some fussy cutting of the papers, I have then added them to the edge of the die cut piece. The embellishment I have used is described as Calypso Coral and I am finding them fab to go with so many colours as they are pale.

Petal Pink also appears in the blends pens and a number of papers. showcased in my samples above. Which is your favourite?

This range of coordination make creating projects simpler, you really don’t have to worry about mismatched colours.

This card features the Petal Pink subtles collection papers under the window, I used the Layering Diorama dies to cut the window. I can see me using this design of cards alot!

I have created a link through to all the Petal Pink items here https://s.tamp.in/kgXLFx

Marie xx

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