Tuesday, May 17, 2011

TUESDAY TOOL TIP, Color Coach...

Stampin' Up!'s new Color Coach is a wonderful tool!  The Color Coach will assist you in quickly and easily putting together custom color schemes that express your unique creativity.  The color cards are a generous size and  can be moved around and layered on top of each other, so you can get a visual of your card layering.

■ Includes 55 double-sided cards with a removable metal post fastener, so that you can organize your colors however you want
■ Includes all 40 Stampin' Up! Colors plus the 5 In-Colors
■ Includes color theory cards and individual color swatch cards
■ On individual color cards, one side shows color, the other side lists coordinating colors
■ Card size: 2-3/4" x 4-1/2"
■ Item #121620, $14.95

At a quick glance, you can see what color combos work well together.  On the back of each color card there are recommended color combinations - a Creative Combination and a Sweet Set.  Plus, the Dynamic Duo combo is the favorite choice of many stampers that gives you a WOW accent color! 

One of my favorite features is the blank combination cards.  Once you have found a favorite combination, you create your own swatch with a 1/2" circle punch glued on top of the printed circles.   Now, I don't have to remember my favorite color combinations.  I've recorded them all in the back of my Color Coach!

To make the most of Stampin' Up!'s new Color Coach, it helps if you have some basic understanding of color principles.  Download the Color Coach: Color Theory documents to get a greater understanding of how colors work, and how you can create beautiful color combinations with your new Color Coach!

Whether you want a quick reference of all colors in a collection, a card for every color, or blank cards to record your own color combinations, I highly recommend this swatch book - it is perfect for you!

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