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Old 08-11-2007, 08:15 PM   #1  
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Default Spectrum Pad - make your own colors?

Did anyone get the colors that Scott Strehlow said he used to make his own Spectrum Pad colors? I have Pumpkin Pie and Ruby Red and that's all I got. I loved his color combination and have no clue what the rest were. I would appreciate any help!

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Did anyone get the colors that Scott Strehlow said he used to make his own Spectrum Pad colors? I have Pumpkin Pie and Ruby Red and that's all I got. I loved his color combination and have no clue what the rest were. I would appreciate any help!

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I wrote down:
Pumpkin Pie
Old Olive
Elegant Eggplant
Ballet Blue
Ruby Red
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I didn't get to go to convention...did he make any projects with the spectrum pad? If so, does anyone have any pictures?
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Pumpkin Pie
Old Olive
Elegant Eggplant
Ballet Blue
Ruby Red
Were the colors in that order on the pad??

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This is from Scot-he is out of town, so I am posting for him:

Tuscany" (Craft inks) - Pumpkin Pie, Ruby Red, Ballet Blue, Old Olive, Elegant Eggplant
"Mediterranean Sunrise" (Classic inks) - Purely Pomegranate, Really Rust, More Mustard, Wild Wasabi, Soft Sky
"Summer Bliss" (Craft inks) - Yoyo Yellow, Only Orange, Green Galore, Tempting Turquoise, Brilliant Blue
"Christmas Cheer" (Classic inks) - Gable Green, Green Galore, Real Red, Wild Wasabi, Handsome Hunter

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Those color combinations sound really interesting.
Thanks for posting Julie!
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Julie Thanks so much! I loved that Tuscany but Scot had to hurry and I couldn't write fast enough!

Thanks again and special thanks to Scot for his beautiful work!
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