Test-driving the 2024-2026 New In Colors – Papercrafting Playdate 118

Playing with new colors always infuses a lot of excitement into my cardmaking, and I eagerly await the release of Stampin’ Up!’s five new In Colors each year. This year the wait was so worthwhile as the colors are bright and happy! I hope you take some time to watch Papercrafting Playdate 118 to see the colors in action and then try one of the card-making ideas I share with you.

Interested in getting a sample of the new cardstock, Designer Series Paper, embellishments, and ribbon? Sign up for my 2024-2026 In Color Product Share opportunity.

Drumroll please…let me introduce you to the 2024-2026 In Colors: Peach Pie, Shy Shamrock, Summer Splash, Pretty in Pink, and Petunia Pop.

Test-driving the New In Colors – Papercrafting Playdate 118

Four different ways to use the new In Colors:

  • Watercolor Wash
  • Graduated Card Template #23 (pdf below)
  • Stack, Cut, & Shuffle technique in the Crazy Quilt style
  • Monochromatic Focal Point Cluster

Unbounded Beauty Designer Series Paper and Monochromatic Focal Point Clusters

Graduated Strips Card Template & In Color Designer Series Paper

Spotlight on Nature Bundle

Stack, Cut, & Shuffle Technique (crazy quilt style)

Country Birdhouse Bundle, Eyelet 3D Embossing Folder

Watercolor Wash Background Technique

Happy Little Things Stamp Set

Here are some additional cards I made using cardstock strips and all five In Colors together.

Simply Said stamp set and Layers of Beauty Bundle

Now that you have seen the new In Colors in action I would love to know which color you are drawn to immediately at first glance? If you want to get a sample of some of the new In Colors to get your started you can join my 2024-2026 In Color Product Share. See all the details on the registration page.

Leave a comment with your favorite! Happy new In Colors!

12 thoughts on “Test-driving the 2024-2026 New In Colors – Papercrafting Playdate 118”

  1. Cindy Rudd Sharpe

    Wow I just joined this week and now I see that special. Wish I would’ve known. I would have waited until May. Cindy Rudd Sharpe

  2. Hi Robin – These are terrific!
    Will you post a template for the one that features the Country Birdhouse?
    That one is very intriguing!
    Happy Stamping!
    Nola
    prescott, AZ

    1. Hi Nola! Do you mean the crazy quilt stack, cut, & shuffle? I may try to create a template at some point but since I didn’t measure my cuts it might be confusing. I will ponder for sure! Happy stamping to you too!

  3. April Prohaska

    Hi Robin,
    I had mixed emotions about the new 24-26 In-Colors but have changed my mind after watching Playdate 118! My favorite card is the Graduated Strips in pink with the focal point cluster a close second; but I’m a monochromatic kind of gal.
    I look forward to your playdates and I cannot wait for my product share package. Thank you for all your hard work putting your videos and inspirations sheets together – you make me a better cardmaker and force me to try new things.

    1. Hello April! You are a Pretty in Pink girl!!! I’m glad you are willing to give the new colors a go. Your encouragement means the world to me, thank you!

  4. Love the graduated stripes card but better yet is that you have put in measurements!!!! And even told how to use with two-sided paper!!! Great for us who can copy but not create! Great directions.

    1. Hi Dot! I’m so happy you are loving this template. Easy cards are always so exciting to make.

  5. elaine boehlke

    Just watched your video with card ideas for new in colors. I immediately made four of the graduated strips cards with old 6 x6 monochromatic papers from SU. So easy and so cute. However I found a mistake in the directions and perhaps you already caught this. The cutting for the five inch side of the paper should be 2,1 1/2, and 1.
    I am a demonstrator also but only for my own use. I live in a senior living residence and these folks love the cards but are not interested in making them.
    Learned two new hacks from you today…scoring before cutting into two card bases (brilliant,) and using copy paper instead of card stock for layering.
    Thank you so much.
    I

    1. Hi Elaine! You are correct about the wrong measurement and I fixed the pdf – thank you so much! I love how we can all learn from each other – happy creating!

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