With a colour refresh coming Rich Razzleberry is retiring….. Here is a reminder before it goes

As one of the many things I love about Stampin’ Up! is the ease of colour coordination, in 50 gorgeous colours. I don’t think any other company offers such a coordinated palette 🥰

Creativity looks super impressive as your creations coordinate so well.

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. We have reached Rich Razzleberry.

I hope you are enjoying this blog series as much as I am. Has my blog made you think about some of Stampin Up!’s colours more?

Rich Razzleberry is in the Regals family, shown below in the Stampin’ Write Markers. The Watercolour pencil also has Rich Razzleberry. Gosh I just realised I need to use my watercolour pencils more…. watch this space 🥰

Rich Razzleberry coordinates with lots of colours and using the Amazing Silhouettes stamp set shows how this can be done with another Regal, Blackberry Bliss.

All Stampin’ Up colours come in ink and cardstock. They feature in a selection of Designer Series Papers, including the family.

We much never forget embellishments – add a bit of bling to any project 💜Along with our beautiful papers that make projects sing.

Designer Series Paper (DSP) or patterned papers are a great way to bring a mix of colours to your projects.

I would always suggest investing in inks that go with papers you have (or are investing in) along with cardstock.

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

Big crafty hugs

Marie xx

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