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August 16, 2008


Melissa (SCS: stampin_melissa)

I love to use Night of Navy and silver (or gray). I know, probably not real original, but definitely my favorite.

Nicole Derendorf

My favourite Christmas combination at the moment is Perfect Plum, Old Olive and Purely Pomegranate (still a current colour here in Australia!). Wish it were summer here and I was at the lake too!!!


I really like blues and pink and mint green, with diamond glitter of course


Hmmm... it really depends on the stamp set I am using. I like the golds and silver/navy and burgundy combos for the more sedate cards but the real red and gable green for the fun Christmas sets. Deer Friends is definitely a red/green set!

Elaine R

I really like real red and bravo burgundy with old olive but with the new in colors I think I will have a new color combination.

Desirée Spenst

I'm loving the colours from the new Holiday Treasures DSP - Chocolate Chip, Ruby Red, Old Olive, and Baja Breeze - the Baja just gives it such a POP! :)


My favorite color combination for Christmas is real red and regal rose. I get a lot of compliments on this color combination for that particular holiday. Enjoy the cottage.

Cindy Vernon

I really like Night of Navy and brushed silver too!


Hey Heather...
Since it is Tuesday I thought I would submit another and silver is very pretty...have to think about which blue...


I like to use silver and white on my Christmas cards:)

Cindy Schuster

I would like to try Riding Hood Red, Close to Cocoa and Chocolate Chip. Then Baha Breeze, Kiwi Kiss and Taken with Teal for a great Snowman card.


Here is another combo that I have used (aside from the traditional red, green and white). Celery, Olive and Artichoke.

Enjoy the cottage, see you soon!

P.S. I love the cottage library's with their really slow internet and odd hours, but what would we do without them?


I tend to use the traditional xmas colors of red and green. Also like blue and silver for snow/snowmen. Thanks for such great blog candy!


Hi Heather! First of all, thanks so much for all that you share on your blog. I love coming to visit to see what I can CASE next! :) I think the colors I'd like to use this year for an Xmas card would be Kiwi Kiss, Pink Pirouette, Bashful Blue, and Riding Hood Red as an accent.


Although I don't have the new colors yet-they are on order I think Red Riding Hood and Kiwi Kiss will be perfect. I love the Swirling Snow tree-will have to order that one!! Hope you had a great weekend.

Erica T

we'll try a new combo this year, pink pirolette, riding hood red and chocolate chip. Thanks for sharing, hope you are having a great holiday at the cabin!!

Lisa in Texas

Last year I used bravo burgundy and barely bannana. I love these two colors together and the cards turned out great! Not sure what I will use this year, haven't thought that far ahead yet!
Lisa in Texas

kathryn H

I love pink and white for Christmas -- it's different, but pretty! :)


I think I'm going to go with Kraft as the main colour for my Christmas cards this year with accents of Old Olive and Riding Hood Red. I might throw a little Chocolate Chip into the mix too.

Michelle Ip

Well last year I used purely promegranite and wild wasabi or purely promegranite with river rock. This year I think I'll try riding hood red and old olive. Not very original but I like the way they look.

Lynn Brown

I really like Real Red, Olive Olive & Chocolate Chip together. Maybe this year I will throw in some Baja Breeze with this combination.


Hope I'm not too late for the drawing! One of my favorite combos is Purple with Silver. Lavendar Lace, Eggplant, and the silver paper.


This year I am using the blue bayou that I fell in love with along with real red. But for my customers I think I am going to go with RHR and chocolate chip.


I'm a traditionalist and always love the real red and glorious green combo with a little gold!

Christina Vertefeuille

I think I'll have to go with Real Red and Wild Wasabi for my Christmas cards this year.

Leigh Ann Baird

Bashful blue, chocolate chip, white and silver

Linda E

I love how Chocolate Chip looks with Kiwi Kiss and Ring Hood Red!


Last year I used blues, silvers etc...
This year I'm leaning towards the old time type colours.... deep olive green, burgundy reds....


I am going to think about Disney and the tempertaure down in Florida and how they would celebrte so something tropical Celery, pretty in pink & baja breeze.

Kristy H

My favourite is kraft paper with riding hood red and chocolate chip!


Oddly enough one of my favorite Christmas cards I ever made was with Pink Passion, Basic Gray, and Basic Black. Fun question and great blog candy!

JoAnne Mossip

Blue and White

Julie -

It may be more of a Valentine's color combo but I just love Pink (the new InColor)/Choco Chip/Bashful Blue together which is on my list for my Christmas cards. I also love Pink/Green/Blue for Christmas cards. I also love all the new in colors but don't have them in my hands yet!

Tanis Palmer

I loved Purely Pomegranate with Old Olive last year - we'll have to see what this year brings =)


my all time favorite color combination for christmas cards is bashful blue, old olive and night of navy.


I love chocolate chip and real red together. Have fun at the cottage!

Cindy Vernon

I like gold and burgundy.

Denise ~ Paper Ponderings

My fave is dark blue and light blue...then add in a little white and some silver embossing. Ooooh...gorgeous!


My two favorite colors that I think will go
good together are Riding Hood Red & Mellow
Moss. I hope you are having a great time @
the cottage. Very peaceful I bet. Have fun.


Leiane Nelson

I'm going to go with Kiwi Kiss and Perfect Plum. I'm so excited to get started!


I really like traditional green and red, but after reading all the comments I think I will try something new this year - what a lot of great color combinations!

Leigh Ann Baird

I like non-traditional colors too. Like pink, white, silver. Baja breeze would be great with white and silver too.


I'm pretty traditional, my cards last year were red, green, and white. I also like blue, white, and silver!

Carrie Y.

my most favourite Christmas card colour combo (for stamp pads) is Night of Navy and the silver Encore pad. this year i will be working with Red Riding Hood and Always Artichoke.
thanks for the Candy opportunity!


Last year I used perfect plum. . .ordered it by accident and it turned out great!!! Not too traditional, so it stood out. Thanks for the chance to win. . .although I don't think I'll try the aformentioned combination on this particular stamp set :) Maybe red riding hood and chocolate chip???


I just love it sweet and simple. Real red and old olive are my favs! Can't believe Christmas is around the corner!


I'd like to try chocolate chip with some different blues this year, although it looks good with reds and ivory shades too.


One of my prettiest cards for Christmas were
Bliss Blue, Sage Shadow, White and Silver.
People loved them...

Regina Cornelius

oh my gosh.....i am drooling over that stamp set everyday!!!! my favorite color combination for christmas is ballet blue, night of navy and white with a touch of silver. but a pink/green combo is starting to really grow on me :)

Amanda Currier

I really like Kraft, Mellow Moss stamped off once and retired Cranberry Crisp.

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