Wednesday, October 8, 2014

What's new Wednesday

With a new Idea Book comes a lot of new products. This Idea Book is no exception. In fact due to the change in Idea Book format (one annual book, with a few seasonal brochures), there are a ton of new products. Today I am going to focus on the new 5 colors that Close to My Heart has come out with. These new colors allow Close to My Heart be current and on trend. So without further ado here they are:

First up is Thistle

This is a really fun purple to play with. It isn't super purple or deep and it goes well with the Scaredy Cat paper. In fact I used it in the layouts I shared earlier this month.

Second is Glacier

This is a really beautiful blue that reminds me of the time I spent in McCall Idaho looking at the ice sculptures when I was a little girl. I am super excited to play with this color in the coming months!

Third is Flaxen

Flaxen is a a different color in my opinion. It isn't really a neutral, but it isn't a green, it also isn't yellow. This is a color I played with a little in the Chalk It Up Workshop on the go. It is really an easy color to match other paper with, so maybe it is more of a neutral. Either way I like it!

Fourth we have Canary

This is a great yellow and I am super excited about it being added to our arsenal of colors. It isn't too bright, or too dull. It seems to me to be a perfect yellow, plus it makes me smile every time I look at it.

Last is Pixie

How could I not be excited about a new pink. I think I work with more pink than any other color. Probably has to do with the three girls that I have and the fact that they love to wear pink as well as to color with it. This pink is a fun soft pink and will be great with spring time layouts as well as any other girly layouts you might be needing to put together.

This new colors are all available in cardstock, ink pads, re-inkers, as well as pigment inks. You will also find them in many of the new paper packs and embellishments. Just click here to order any of these new colors in inks, or re-inkers. To get them in cardstock just click here and scroll down to the bottom of the page. If you have any questions just let me know. I will be back on Thursday to talk about and show you what I am giving out to my piano students for their Halloween treat.

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