Dark-light-dark & Cameo colors
I like your Mixed Color packs and how you have them grouped into color shades, such as the Cool colors of blues, Spring colors with the brighter strips, and different shades of all greens, all pinks, etc.
What about graduated strips that go from dark-light-dark?
Also, Jane Jenkins has Cameo paper sheets (see below) that she cuts lengthwise for use with her Fringed Flower Hybrids book. Those I would love to try as precut wide strips or cut them myself.
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I would love to see some gilt edgeded strips with gold, silver, blue, red and purple.
I think they would be great for snowflakes giving them that extra spark
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February 2009 giveaway
I would like to see Peridot. I think the Terra Cotta idea is good too for the flower pots.
February 2009 Contest
I would like to see a graduated paper of Forest Green down to Mint Green. I think that would add some depth and more character to anything in the green color chart.
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February 2009 contest
Purples purples purples!!!!
I would like dark green graduated and dark blue graduated.
I think a cyan is a nice colour to use,it's nice and bright and would be good for makng waves for a paradise island... and maybe if it was glittery it could be used to make a dolphin in the sun, how cute!
I would like to see a rich chocolaty brown. Christmas red, perhaps in two shades, one a very bright red, the other one darker. Also flesh shades would be useful.
I must have a sixth sense. There’s no sign of the other five!
I would love to see some coppers, pearls, or opalescent varrigated colors would be darling. Also, metallics would be beautiful as well.
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