Do you select between Whisper White and Very Vanilla intentionally or randomly? Sometimes I really think about it, and other times I just grab the one that’s closest at hand. I started this card with Very Vanilla, but as soon as I stamped the first tone I wanted to see what it would look like on Whisper White. At that point it was just as easy to make both cards, and so I did:
- Stamps: Work of Art, Too Kind, Memorable Moments or Regarding Dahlias
- Color Palette: Basic Gray, Basic Black, Coastal Cabana, Pool Party, Lost Lagoon, Whisper White or Very Vanilla
- Accessories: Honeycomb TIEF, Pool Party Seam Binding (retired)
Here’s the Vanilla Version:
I see a substantial difference between the two. In my eyes, the colors are much crisper and cleaner on Whisper White. I guess I should know that, but it was something I hadn’t really thought about. Very Vanilla changes the color of the ink.
Have some fun experimenting on your own. I don’t think you would see the same dramatic result if you were working with warm colors – Tangerine Tango, Tangelo Twist and Pumpkin Pie, for example. I’ll think more purposefully about my neutrals now.
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You’re right, Anne. Has to be Whisper White for this card. Ok. I may have to break down & get the Art Stamp!!! It just has so many uses! Love this card!