Paper colors & Cricut
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I know there are a couple of ...
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I thought I'd seen a thread on this but I can't find it.
I know there are a couple of brands of cardstock out there that have a color number or name printed on them so you can always match your colors.
Has anyone either seen "published" (probably online!) or figured out what colors are best for Disney elements? I mean, what blue is best for Cinderella's dress, which yellow is right for Pluto, etc.
I always thought Cricut should make a Disney solid color pack to go with each of the carts. Once I find a color that works I buy a bunch of it. I actually have a huge pack of double sided paper I got at Costco a year or two ago and it has a great Pluto brown. I was in ACMoore the other day and was looking at a pack of Bazill pastel Bling paper that I thought might be good for the princesses it you want a little shine to it. I couldn't tell if the colors were that good through the packaging.
A few nights ago I did the Fairy Godmother for a lay out and actually put on the movie and held up paper to the TV to see if it matched. DH thought I was totally nuts . What can I say, I want the colors to be as close as possible.
I would love a list of papers that are geared to the characters colors. If I find one that is labelled I'll let everyone know.