Matching Made Easy

As many of you know, we have four color palettes called Whimsy, Adventure, Enchantment, and Basics—and for each of these color palettes, we have a bunch of coordinating products, including themed embellishment packs we call “Complements.”

Just like the name implies, these Complements perfectly complement the other products in a given color palette—which makes creating cohesive artwork a breeze!

Well, with our latest idea book, we’ve come out with four more themed Complements packs for these color palettes. They include stickers, die-cuts with foil, and all sorts of other cute accents, all of which match the color palette.

See how you can combine these new Complements with their coordinating patterned papers below!

Enchantment

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Adventure

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Whimsy

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Basics

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You’ve seen how the Complements and papers work in a given color palette, but if you’re adventurous, take it to the next level! Add stamping by using ink colors that coordinate with the palette, and then add even more by using cardstock or ribbons from that palette as well! Check out the “Fundamentals” section of your Annual Inspirations idea book for more inspiration.

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2 thoughts on “Matching Made Easy

  1. I LOVE the new complements! Such a great way to get more bang for our buck, so to speak. In fact, I just made a layout for a Fundamentals Blog Hop, using Enchantment and the My Boy complements, along with several others I didn’t post and I love how all of them turned out. Thank you CTMH for such wonderfully easy and beautiful products with which to create. http://www.paperheartist.com/2017/02/ctmh-fundamentals-creative-collections.html?m=0

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