Wednesday, 5 May 2021

New Stampin' Blends Colours and Colour Chart download

Stampin' Up! Stampin Blends Colour Chart - coloured
One of my favourite things about a new catalogue is new colours and the prospect of new Stampin' Blends alcohol markers.

I'm so happy the 2021-22 Annual Catalogue includes 5 new colours - Fresh Freesia, Polished Pink, Evening Evergreen, Soft Succulent, and Pale Papaya. 

That gives us 10 new Stampin' Blends markers - 5 colours with a light and dark shade for each colour.

I've updated my Stampin' Blends colour chart to include the new colour markers and also re-align the retiring colours. Can you believe this is version 7.

If you haven't used my colour chart before, it makes it easy to find shades to blend together and keep a record of what colours you have. Plus it's just so pretty coloured in. *smile*


 

This is the finished chart - but don't try to print from this pic - download the pdf for your region below.

Stampin' Up! Stampin Blends Colour Chart - coloured

And here's the much prettier coloured in version.

Stampin' Up! Stampin Blends Colour Chart - coloured


Download Stampin' Blends Colour Chart

Choose the chart for your region below then click to view and download the pdf
Then enjoy colouring it in.

Australia - New Zealand - UK - Canada (English)
USA
Europe & Canada - Francais/French
Europe - Deutsch/German
Europe - Netherlands - Dutch

EDITED 9 May 2022 - All pdf links disabled. Please go to this post on my blog to download the May 2022 updated pdf. Thank you



Colour Chart Changes for 2021
  • Colours re-ordered to reflect the new spectrum of colours and to help you coordinate shades.
  • There are two columns for current colours and a third for retired colours. This means if you don't have or want to include the retired colours on your chart, you can cut that section off. 
  • I've included a small pale grey watermark with my blog info so people can find updates more easily.

Chart Tips
I really hope you enjoy colouring your new chart and find it useful. Here are some tips to get you started.
  • Print your chart on Basic White cardstock for most accurate colours (thick or regular). - You may need to choose the 'fit to page' option on your printer.
  •  You can laminate your chart once complete to help protect it against fading & damage.
  •  Small Chart with jump ring - Cut into 3 tables, then laminate, punch a hole in corner & add a jump ring or ribbon to attach together.
  • Save the link to this page on Pinterest so you'll be able to find future updates easily.

Stampin' Up! Stampin Blends Colour Chart - coloured

 

Shop all Stampin' Blends Markers in my store

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Leave a comment if you're finding my chart handy or if you have more ideas to share on how you use it.

Happy stamping & inky wishes
Di

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6 comments:

Sue Prather said...

Thank you so much for creating and sharing this document AND having it available in so many versions. I love having it as a reference when I'm coloring.

Mandy Witherby said...

Thank you so much Di for sharing your Colour Chart.

Fiona said...

Thanks Di for the Blends chart, very useful. Fiona

Crystal said...

Thank you so much for sharing this great chart. It does look very pretty when colored in.

Janice said...

Thank you for sharing this! I will save the location so I can check for updates. :) Will you be adding the new skin tone blends?

Robin Mann said...

I've used and loved your chart for several years now. Looking forward to - hoping?! - that you'll soon post one for 2022. Thanks for your efforts!