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I first began scrapbooking in 1981 when my oldest daughter started kindergarten, of course scrapbooking has sure evolved in the years since then and so has my own scrapbooking.
 I love to scrapbook & I love Close to My Heart Products. My desire is to share with you my love of scrapbooking memories, and ideas for making cards, scrapbooking layouts and home décor`. To order supplies I have used, and for tons of ideas, go to my website, www.inkypaws.closetomyheart.com

Paws-ing to wish you joyous memories, Barbi

Thursday, July 26, 2012

Exclusive CTMH Color Palette Info


I want to let you know about some of our colors that are retiring, so if you have the ink pad but not Reinker, or need the marker or more paper you can order it before they retire. 



Colors retiring: brown bag, parchment, vanilla cream,  flannel, grey wool, baby pink, taffy, sun kiss yellow, key lime, heavenly blue, lilac mist, amethyst, Holiday red, sunflower, sunny yellow, Dutch blue, moonstruck, vineyard berry, tulip, garden green, spring iris, petal, Garnet, pansy purple.


Our color palette will now include fourty unique hues plus two white shades. Each hue is available in our patented swivel-top ink stamp pads, our new dual- tip alcohol-based marker sets (now with a complementary shading color for detail work or broad strokes), our re-inkers, our new mini pigment pads, and our unique white-core card stock. Below is a list of colors in our Exclusive Color Palette.


Whimsy- twilight, crystal blue. Sky, juniper, sweet leaf, buttercup, Creme brûlée, sorbet, blush, smoothie.


Adventure- gypsy, Pacifica, lagoon, topiary, pear, honey, sunset, cotton candy, hollyhock, cranberry.


Enchantment- smokey plum, outdoor denim, Indian corn blue, ponderosa pine, new England ivy, olive, gold rush, autumn terra cotta, barn red, ruby.


Basics- black, slate, whisper, cocoa, chocolate, saddle, cashmere, champagne, desert sand, bamboo.


Email, call me or go to my website to stock up before they leave on August 1.


Barbi 
 

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