Monday, August 13, 2012

In Color Fabulous Florets

Time for some cards!  It feels great to put ink to paper again.  Stampin' Up! just keeps giving and giving.  They have come out with a great selection of In Colors for the 2012-2014 collection.  They even did all of us stampers a great service by upgrading all their stamp pads to a new firm foam pad and reformualting several ink colors.

I made this card using a simple masking technique, featuring the Fabulous Florets Stamp Set and 2012-2014 In Colors:  from left to right...Gumball Green, Primrose Petals, Raspberry Ripple, Summer Starfruit, and Midnight Muse.  If you look carefully there is a floret stamped on the inside.  Just a little something extra to dress up that special note to a friend.

The NEW FIRM FOAM INK PADS:  The new ink pads are FANTASTIC!  The ink coverage on the stamps is so much better.  It takes a light-tap of the stamp to the ink pad for a great clean image.  The ink pads have the same flip design as before, making your ink pads ready every time you need them.  They have upgraded the top label to an easier to read glossy label that will not chip or fade.  On the bottom of the ink pad is a name label in 4 different languages that can be adhered to the end of the ink pad.  The new firm foam pads are available in all of the exclusive Stampin' Up! ink colors including all In Colors.

Reformulated Ink--
Five ink colors have undergone formula changes to improve functionality and color stability with the new firm foam pads. These colors are
  • Basic Black
  • Basic Gray
  • Marina Mist
  • Perfect Plum
  • Tempting Turquoise
All five colors of the reformulated inks have been fully tested and approved. While using the new ink formula in the old Stampin’ Pads is fine, Stampin' Up! does not recommend using the old ink formula for these five colors in the new firm foam pads. 

Fabulous Florets (WM #123025, $23.95) (CM #123027, $17.95)
Also available as a My Digital Studio Download #124110, $3.95

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