Hello Spring, Goodbye 2015-2017 In Colors

Hello, stampers! It is the first day of spring and here in North Texas, the weather is beautiful. Below is a card I made using several of my favorite Stampin’ Up! products. The dragonfly is made with the Dragonfly Dreams thinlit dies from the Occasions catalog. The brick wall is an embossing folder found in the annual catalog. The featured colors are the 2015–2017 In Colors. These are featured because they will be going away soon. In April, Stampin’ Up! will come out with the retiring list. Typically, all of the In Color products including inks, markers, card stock and designer series paper, run out first before anything else. If you love these colors as much as I do, you’ll want to stock up. Order yours today before it’s too late!

Spring Dragonfly Dreams Birthday Card 

Photo of card featuring dragonfly on a brick wall with leaves and small flowers.

Product List

2015-2017 In Colors

Colors shown are: cucumber crush, delightful the Jean, meant macaron, tip top taupe, watermelon wonder

3 thoughts on “Hello Spring, Goodbye 2015-2017 In Colors

    1. beckycat2828

      Thank you so much! It was a lot of fun to make. The brick background is definitely my favorite embossing folder at the moment. Are you familiar with Stampin’ Up?

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    2. I have a very few Stampin’ Up products: the owl builder punch and the bird with the olive branch punch, and 2 stamp sets. It doesn’t seem to be as easy to get hold of here in England and I don’t know a demonstrator. I love the things I do have, and I always get product envy when I see other peoples’ makes – the No Bones About It set was my favourite for so long but I never got it


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