Next on our list of In Colours is the gorgeous Grapefruit Grove. This juicy orange shade is paler than the popular Pumpkin Pie, making it perfect for a wide range of projects. I can picture this on a new baby card where the gender is as yet unknown, or on a range of birthday or get well cards. I can also envisage it paired with soft greens for lovely floral cards, suitable for a wide selection of occasions.
As I mentioned in the last post, each In Colour card uses coordinating ink, cardstock, and designer series paper, but there are additional exciting elements. Today I want to talk about the marker pens. The In Colour marker pens are perfect for colouring in your stamped images, or colouring directly onto the stamp to select only part of the image, or as a one way of using multiple colours on one image. The In Colour markers are sold as a set of 5, one for each of the In Colours. They are dual tipped, with one end as a brush tip and the other as a fine nib. This gives you flexibility with your colouring or writing, and indeed the brush tips are perfect if you want to brush up on your calligraphy (see what I did there?!).
When you choose your In Colours, don’t forget the matching markers!