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UPDATED for 2017-18: The Color Coordinator helps you to come up with new and fresh color combinations for your Stampin’ Up! projects. Simply start with a color and see what’s surrounding it to find new inspiration every time you craft!
Color Conversion Codes
UPDATED for 2017-18: Coordinate all of your projects and business materials with Stampin’ Up! colors. This Color Conversion listing provides all of the RGB and HEX codes from Stampin’ Up! colors all the way back to 2008! RGB and HEX codes can be used in a variety of programs such as Word, Power Point, Photoshop, on websites, and more!
Product Color Reference
UPDATED for 2017-18: This download is a PDF chart breaking out all of the Designer Series Paper, Memories & More, Washi Tape and Kit products and what colors they coordinate with. Print it out and keep it as a reference while designing, and never hunt through your catalog again!
UPDATED for 2017-18: Always find a 10% off bundle in the catalog AFTER you’ve placed your order for the items separately? Here’s your answer – just download this reference and keep it in your catalog. Double check for available bundles before making your purchase and never miss out on that extra 10% again!
UPDATED for 2017-18: Do you use Adobe Illustrator? Now you can have all of the Stampin’ Up! colors right at your fingertips. Simply download and add this file into your Photoshop color palette. All colors are named, and In Colors indicate the years they were current. This file goes all the way back to 2008, so retired colors from color refreshes are marked as such.
UPDATED for 2017-18: Do you use Photoshop or Photoshop Elements? Now you can have all of the Stampin’ Up! colors right at your fingertips. Simply download and add this file into your Photoshop color palette. All colors are named, and In Colors indicate the years they were current. This file goes all the way back to 2008, so retired colors from color refreshes are marked as such.