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4 Ways To Use Very Peri 2022 Pantone Color On Your Next Card Project

Today I’m sharing four ways to incorporate Very Peri, the 2022 Pantone Color Of The Year on your card projects. This bright and vibrant chameleon color will bring energy and punch to your color palette.


It’s Carissa Wiley here with you today and I’m sharing an in-depth look at the Pantone 2022 Color Of The Year, Very Peri, and four ways to use it on your next card project. We’ll make three cards that are sure to inspire you to add this fun chameleon color to your next project.

I’ve nicknamed Very Peri a chameleon color. It’s a color that can either act as a blue in your palette or a purple. It has both violet and blue hues that combine and make it a really energetic color. The role it plays and the how it’s perceived really just depends on how you pair it with other colors. That shifting property has lead me to call this color the chameleon. It can be one color or another depending on how you look at it.

In today’s video, I’ll walk you through several products that are available in the Ellen Hutson shop that you may already own that you can use to add a touch of this color to your next project. I’ll also share a couple of palettes that incorporate this vibrant color. I’ll also share three new card projects that feature four ways to incorporate this color on your card. Be sure to check out the video for lots of inspiration.

I hope you’ve enjoyed a look at this color and these card projects, and I hope it has inspired you to try something new. Thanks for stopping by today! Until next time, I hope you have a fabulous day!

XOXO
Carissa

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  • Reply Carol April 15, 2022 at 2:48 pm

    Very Peri is a wonderful new color. I loved your 3cards , so unique!! I hope I can recreate this color with my distress oxides and your instructions . Thank you for your imformative video.

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