Introducing Fresh Snow

By December 14, 2008Color Comparisons

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While we have been carrying Stamper's Select White cardstock for some time now, we thought it was about time to introduce some additional coordinating products for you to use.  So this month we are proud to be bringing you a total of four ribbons along the perfect white ink that I spoke about earlier this week.  The ribbons include the satin, grosgrain & twill that you have become accustomed to.  But we also threw something new in this month, a luxurious 1/4-inch velvet!
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I just LOVE this ribbon!  It is so soft and easy to work with.  It really adds a touch of elegance to any project that you decide to add it to.  It is so substantial that it even looks good as a border with no tying involved.
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I already told you a bit about the coordinating Fresh Snow pigment ink earlier this week and how much I love it, but I thought I would provide you with a bit of a visual as to how it compares with our Vintage Cream pigment ink and the Palette New Canvas ink.  As you can see, both the Fresh Snow & Vintage Cream give good coverage and there is a definite difference in color between the two.  The Palette New Canvas provides a much softer look.  One additional tidbit you might like to know is that Heather Nichols (yes, the white ink queen herself!) chose the final version of the white ink we are carrying!  She's been using it for several months and has given it her seal of approval, and you just can't argue with the queen!  I know that you will love all of these additions to our product line as much as I do once you try them out! 

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Be sure to stop by and visit Debbie's blog today to see what she did with Love Songs!

Lisa has one more additional project to share with you as well!

Candice has a few more things to share about her new set,  Forest Friends

Lauren has anothe rpeek at her templates along with the reveal of a new packaging product we are carrying this month!

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Join the discussion 9 Comments

  • 1
    Shawna Renville says:

    I’m really looking forward to your new white thanks for the great comparision pictures !!!!

  • 2
    Alyssa says:

    Simply fabulous colours

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    Melissa Sibert says:

    Does the white snow ink work the same as the Palette New Canvas in that it works on all surfaces, or does it work more like the Stampin’ UP! white pigment ink? Thanks.

    Melissa Sibert

  • 4
    Aimee says:

    oh the white is lovely..

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    Melissa,
    The Fresh Snow ink is a pigment ink, not a palette ink. So therefore it has the same characteristics as other pigment inks on the market and does not work on all surfaces. I hope that clarifies everything for you!

    ~Nichole

  • 6
    Acie says:

    These are my fav colors yet!! Ive mentioned before im not a pink person but i Love it. Its got such a kick and the names great to. It might sound odd but i love the “shade” of the white to its just SOo White!! and another perfect name.

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    Roxanne says:

    I’m stoked about the velvet ribbon….hoping that shows up in some of the other colors….such as spring moss…or the light pink….so yummy! Appreciate your exploring that avenue!

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    Aimee says:

    Not sure if you have been asked this but how does the white ink compare to white stazon or stampin up’s craft white?

  • 9
    liannallama says:

    oh, I love your pretty ribbons–especially the velvet! Your papers are so lovely and such great quality! I hope you consider another color that I am needing now that you have answered my prayers with the ivory paper, LOL! I would love to see Antique White color that would be somewhere between white and ivory. Sometimes the bright white is just too bright (especially if I’m matching older PP’s, LOL!

    Thanks so much for all you do and your wonderful products!
    :>

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