Pops of Color! – Scrapbook.com

Have you heard of Scrapbook.com’s newest product, Pops of Color? I introduced Pops of Color to my craft room a while ago – read a blog post where I showcased how to use them in two ways – and have been loving them ever since! Pops of Color are dimensional, vibrant liquid embellishments that are great to add to any project. They come in a rainbow of pearlescent colors and can be used in a variety of ways. If you have been on the fence about purchasing the Pops of Color, now is the perfect time! Scrapbook.com is having a super sale. The Rainbow Bundle comes with 8 pretty colors and a 1oz clear carrying case for $19.99! To purchase, visit this link (*affiliate).

Pops of Color are similar to nuvo drops but the texture is thinner so the product moves more. They also dry much faster than nuvo drops, in my opinion. Because they have a thinner consistency, I think it takes a little practice to get the perfect pearl drop, so keep that in mind before jumping in and applying them directly to a finished card. Beyond just regular embellishment drops, there are so many ways you can use your Pops of Color. The blog post I mentioned above contains two ways, and here are a couple more. For more details on the cards below, please see my IG. With these, I used them with a stencil as paste and layered two colors. Also, please take a look at the video from today’s livestream – so many creative ideas!!

I mentioned before that I swatched my Pops of Color and color matched them with the closest Copic marker and Catherine Pooler dye ink (my ink of choice) that I own. And I’m finally sharing that with you! Hope you find this useful if you’re into color matching. Please note that I don’t own all of the Copic markers, and at the time of taking these pictures, did not own all CP inks. So I did my best with what I had.

From left to right: [Pops of Color name – closest Copic – CP ink color]

  • soft pink – RV 10, RV 11 – It’s a Girl
  • bubblegum – RV55, RV17 – Be Mine or Pucker Up (I didn’t have these inks at the time when I took this photo)
  • cherry pie – R27, R29 – Samba or Polished
  • orange sherbet – YR 24 – Catching Rays
  • lemon chiffon – Y13 – Chiffon

From left to right: [Pops of Color name – closest Copic – CP ink color]

  • green apple – G05, G07 – Grass Skirt
  • seafood – BG13 – Aquatini
  • ocean waves – BG49, BG09 – Daydream
  • deep sea – B37 – Juniper Mist
  • soft lilac – BV08 – Queen for a Day

The Pops also come in white, black, pearlescent silver, and clear.

Anything else you want to see with this product? Feel free to message me! One thing I want to try next is mixing with transparent texture paste. I’m hoping it will give a stained glass look. Can’t wait to see what you make if you choose to purchase Scrapbook.com’s Pops of Color! Thanks for stopping by!

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