Introducing Roy G Biv

Every year when the new Annual catalog is released, I update my color spectrum board.  This is a huge bulletin board I have at my Stampin’ Studio Class Room.  It features all of the Stampin’ Up! colors.  Rather than storing and displaying the colors by color family, I prefer to organize them in rainbow order; that is Reds, Oranges, Yellows, Greens, Blues, Indigos, & Violets (also known as ROY G BIV).  Stampin' Up! Color Spectrum Board, Stampin' Studio

The banner across the top was crated with the Layering Alphabet Edgelits using the Bright Color Family.  I wanted to showcase the Cardstock, Ink, Designer Series Paper, Stamps, Punches, Big Shot, and Embossing Folders in each color.  The cardstock was cut  4-1/4″ x 4-3/4″ and embossed on the top 1″ with the Tufted Embossing Folder.  Next I cut 1″ wide banners using all of the Designer Series Paper Stacks for each color family and In Colors.  I printed off the name of each color on a strip of Whisper White cardstock and attached it over the banners.  After stamping the daisy from the Daisy delight stamp set on the featured color and Whisper White I punched them out with the Daisy Punch and layered them together and attached them to the cardstock display with Stampin’ Dimensionals.  The final touch was adding leaves from the Leaf Punch behind each daisy.  

This display took a long time to create, but I love how it turned out.  It looks awesome in my Stampin’ Studio Class Room and it makes it easy for my customers to see the great color selection we have to offer.   Are you loving the new colors?  Don’t forget you can get yourself an entire color family of new ink Pads.  Click HERE for details.

12 Comments

  1. Vicky Heimbecker

    Ho.Ly. Smokes!!! Fab board!

  2. What a great display! Your hard work was worth it.

  3. Cindee Wilkinson

    Wow! This is amazing!

  4. Cindy Mitchell-Clark

    wonderful idea and so effective

  5. This is wonderful. Thank you so much for sharing!

  6. Your board is GORGEOUS! I’d love to see pics of the ones you made in other years. Are they on your blog, too?

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