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Old 05-11-2010, 12:27 PM   #5
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THis is an older comparison I got from another CTMH consultant a while ago:

Comparison of CTMH colors to SU colors

autumn terracotta-really rust
baby pink - pretty in pink
Black - black
bamboo-sahara sand
barn red-n/a
breeze-a pastel tempting turquoise
bubblegum-pixie pink
buttercup - barely banana
chocolate-chocolate chip
citrus leaf-green galore
clover meadow - green galore a little lighter
Cocoa-basic brown
colonial white- vanilla
cranberry - ruby red
crystal blue - n/a
desert sand - Kraft Brown
dutch blue - ballet blue
garden green - mellow moss
goldrush-more mustard
Grey Flannel -going gray
Grey Wool -darker grey
heavenly blue -bashful blue
holiday red - real red is darker
hollyhock - rose romance
hydrangea-like a purple crayon
indian corn blue - brocade blue
Key Lime-gable green
lilac mist - n/a
moonstruck - brilliant blue
new england ivy - handsome hunter
ocean-taken with teal
olive - old olive
orange - only orange a shade darker
orchid bouquet - slightly lighter than marvelous magenta
outdoor denim - night of navy
Pansy Purple-n/a
parchment-blush blossom
pink carnation- a little darker than regal rose
ponderosa pine - forest foliage
smokey plum - perfect plum
spring iris -really weird shade of blue/purple
star spangled blue - another really weird shade of blue ( I don't know anything that matches it! )
sunflower - summer sun
sunkiss yellow - yo yo yellow a shade darker
sunny yellow - yo yo yellow
sweet leaf- certainly celery
taffy-blush blossom is slightly lighter
topiary-a brighter garden green
vineyard berry - baroque burgundy
watermelon - pink passion,
White - white

CTMH cardstock is white core, but I find it to work perfectly for any project I'm working on. Whether it be altering items, cards or scrapbooking!
*~* Jen *~*
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