Resource - Stampin' Up! color coordination

It's My Party Designer Series Paper Stack


Hi everyone,

If you have ever wondered what Stampin' Up! colors were used to create our Designer Series Paper (patterned paper), I have a great resource for you. "amyphelps" has been maintaining a list and sharing it in the Splitcoaststampers forum. She has also maintained a list of now-retired papers; so if you have some from previous years and are trying to coordinate them with your colors of card stock, this is a GREAT resource for you!

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(Don't be confused by the date of the original post. She started it years ago, but the lists provided have been updated as of the current 15-16 Catalog.)

I'm linking you to the forum for two reasons:
1. It's not my list! :)
2. You'll want to check back - maybe she will add papers from the next catalog, too! (Here's hoping! lol)

Okay, actually there IS a third reason... Splitcoaststampers is a great resource for crafting. Tutorials, project ideas, work arounds and lots of camaraderie! And it's free :) Why just tell you here when I can link you to a fantastic forum?!

By the way, if you are not sure of the name of a stack of paper but you still have it in packaging or at least with the white board included in the pack - the name is usually just above the barcode on the back of the packaging. For small paper stacks, the name is on the front cover.

Enjoy!
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Adriana

Comments

  1. Thanks for this info. I was just trying to find the coordinating colors for some retired dsp and have gotten rid of all my old catalogs and then I read this!!
    Thanks!

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