by Stacey Marsh Independent UK Stampin' Up! Demonstrator, May 08, 2021

 The new 2021-23 In-Colours really are pretty special and I am struggling (as always) to choose a favourite.  Pale Papaya is a really subtle peach colour and it might be my favourite....might!

I have used tones of Pale Papaya to create this card that I am sharing with you today from Ink, Cardstock, Ribbon and Designer Series Papers.  The way that Stampin' Up! colours are designed to coordinate was the first thing that caught my eye before becoming a Demonstrator and even now it still amazes me. 

Starting with a base of Basic White Thick Cardstock, I have added a strip of the Pale Papaya gingham patterned paper from the Pansy Petals Designer Series Paper collection. 

I have created the stamped background using two stamps from the Hand Penned Stamp Set, in Evening Evergreen and Pale Papaya Ink.  

For the sentiment area, I have heat-embossed with White Stampin' Emboss Powder onto Pale Papaya Cardstock and cut out with the Tasteful Labels Dies.  The flowers have been fussy cut from the Pansy Petals Designer Series Papers

I have added a strip of the Pale Papaya Open Weave Ribbon under the banner for added detail and texture. 

I really do love the varying tones of Pale Papaya to bring this card together and the Hand Penned Stamp Set is perfect for creating pretty stamped patterned papers. 

Which colour shall I use next??

I'm often asked what tools do I use...well here are the basic tools that I simply couldn't craft without!  

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