Monday, May 18, 2020

Introducing Stampin' Up!'s 2020-2022 In Colors

With a new Annual Catalogue coming it means five new In Colors are coming for a two year sales period and they are: Magenta Madness, Cinnamon Cider, Bumblebee, Just Jade and Misty Moonlight. Which do you think will be your new favourite In Color?

While surfing the web for some ideas and inspiration I stumbled across Brian King's blog post introducing these new In Colors and loved the way he compared them to similar colours in our Colour Families and so I thought I would do a blog post similar. I won't be offering some colour palettes to create with, as he did, I will just show the comparison of colours.

I have some products in these new In Colors, cardstock, designer series papers and a couple of ribbons from my pre-order (benefits of being a demonstrator) and can't wait to create some samples to show them off.

Magenta Madness

We haven't had a bright, vibrant pink in our colour family like Magenta Madness for a long while now. So if you like bright colours this one is going to be for you! It is very pink, bright and bold, and I can see it in a lot of floral projects. How will you be using it?

Magenta Madness Colour Comparison

Cinnamon Cider

This new neutral tone has a very copper feel and you can see how it compares to our other brown colour tones. I add Cajun Craze as a comparison too so you can see the difference. I think this might be a colour I am going to enjoy stamping with!

Cinnamon Cider Colour Comparison


This new colour is going to be another favourite of mine as I love the honey-like tone to this one and so I can see why it has been named Bumblebee. It is warmer than Daffodil Delight but not as bright or rich as Crushed Curry.

Bumblebee Colour Comparison

Just Jade

As Brian described it so well... While jade typically refers to a bright green, Just Jade has some aqua tones that make it similar to other colours that make it similar to some of our aqua blues – but this is definitely a green. Here’s how this new Just Jade compares with Coastal Cabana and Bermuda Bay:

Just Jade Colour Comparison

Misty Moonlight

I like how this blue has a rich yet soft tone and it is going to be a popular colour choice I am sure. Here is how Misty Moonlight compares to Seaside Spray and Night of Navy. I didn't compare it Pacific Point as Brian had as I feel that blue was much more a bright, vibrant blue rather than a softer, subtle blue.

Misty Moonlight Colour Comparison

How exciting is it to have some new colours to stamp and create with? Which will become your favourite or do you like more than one?

I can't wait to find some time in my craft room to come up with some projects to showcase these new colours and give them the spotlight.

If you need any stamping supplies, I’d be very happy to be your Demonstrator. Just click on the Shop Online With Mae button on the right side of the screen to go directly to my online store or drop me an email:, if you have any questions. Happy Stamping!

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