I know— say that 3 times really fast! Because with our new collections, you’ll get 3 palettes all coordinated and ready to be used in a thousand different ways (at least), and with a 50% savings to boot: Each set is just $5.95 per set*, which saves you 50% versus buying 3 palettes separately!
And hey, saving money is always good (right?), but when you’re in the market for a variety of palettes, these little bundles of color joy also save you the effort of deciding which might play well together. And — bonus! — these collections often link to related products.
Take these Market Tomato palettes, for example, with the photo collection that inspired them:
These palettes all have hues in common (notably greens and reds), but although each is distinct, you may have projects that need a wider range of colors than the 5 in each of my palettes. So the Market Tomatoes palette collection could be the answer!
And a funny thing happened on the way to creating these collections: I discovered that by combining all 3 palettes into 1 image results in something I hadn’t anticipated.
This kind of image could be used in a lot of different ways. What about just having it printed, as is, on canvas, to hang on the wall of the room you’ve just redecorated using the palette colors? (These palettes would work really well for a kid’s room, don’t you think?)
I’m also working on collections that are based more on themes than on color-related palettes, like the Birthstone Collections I’ve just prepared. This is a set of 4 collections, each containing palettes for 3 birthstones. Here’s the April/May/June collection:
You’ll find the rest of the Birthstone palette sets alongside this one in Colormusing’s Color Palette Collection. And whenever you see a 3-part palette like this one, you’ll know you’re getting a great deal, as well as a fantastic palette collection!
*You’ll still get all the files you’d get with a single palette: 1 12-layer PSD (Photoshop) file, with each color on a separate layer, plus hex codes and CMYK values on their very own layers, and 1 JPEG file of each complete palette. So each bundle contains a total of 6 files!