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Color Your World Bulletin Board

Animal Outing Stampin' Up!

Hello Friends,

I'm really crushin' on all the beautiful Stampin' Up! colors since the Color Revamp.  So today, I decided to make a Color Your World Bulletin Board with all 53 Stampin' Up! Colors.  It looks so happy hanging in my Craft Room.  

Stampin' Up! Colors Bulletin Board

 I punched 2 daisies each for all 53 colors.  Then, I curled all 106 daisies with my bone folder for a double layered flower.  Of course, each flower needed a label to identify its color!


Color Your World Bulletin Board

My tile letters were cut with my Large Letters Dies.   Mr. Giraffe and Mr. Rhino are stamps from the Animal Outing stamp set.  I colored them with my Stampin' Blends.  Wow, I love my blends.  In case you missed the announcement, all Stampin' Blends are now available for purchase including all the yummy new colors.  Would you like to see a Blends tutorial?  My  new colors are on their way to my house, so I will be itching to share. 

The Tropical Leaves are a combination of Granny Apple Green, Call Me Clover and Shaded Spruce.  They were stamped and cut with the Tropical Chic Stamp set and the Tropical Dies.

Stampin' Up! Colors Bulletin Board

 Here a full view of my  Color Your World Bulletin Board.  How many colors can you identify?  Can you name all 53 colors?


Robin's Flower Garden

Inspirations for today's project came for Nicole Kunzig and her Beach Catalog Party Displays which can be found here.  She had some gorgeous samples on display.  The ribbons of color on my bulletin board also remind me in my flower garden in July. 


Color Your World Bulletin Board

 Are you ready to make your own Color My World Bulletin Board?  See the complete list of supplies below. 


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Sir Jack Brabham

Nice colors! Beautiful collections.

Baroness Susan Greenfield

I LOVE your idea!! Would you mind sharing where did you got your cork board from? Might try this idea... Keep blogging!



Robin Feicht

Thank you! I honestly don't remember where I originally purchased the cork board. It's just something that I already had around the house.

 Junaid Iqbal Memon

Gezz! Love it. Thanks for this idea!

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