New Giveaway! Legion Paper Colorplan Paper!

Alright designers and stationers, this giveaway is for you! I’ve been so excited to see more and more colorful papers being used in stationery, from wedding invitations to greeting cards. There are so many great colorful paper options, but my absolute favorite is Colorplan. The colors are just SO GOOD. You might remember that we used Forest Green Colorplan paper and Candy Pink envelopes for our gorgeous Paper Party 2018 invitations, and we also used Colorplan Lavender paper for this fun hologram foil art print for Paper Party 2016! I’m a huge, huge fan of colorful paper and can’t wait to see more of it in the years to come. If you’re a designer interested in possibly using Colorplan papers for your own work, you’re in luck – we’re giving away a really fun and colorful Colorplan demo piece with nine printed sheets from the wonderful folks at Legion Paper!

Paper Party 2016 Art Print on Colorplan Lavender Paper

Paper Party 2018 Invitations on Colorplan Forest Green Paper

Paper Party 2018 Invitations on Colorplan Forest Green Paper

Paper Party 2018 Invitations on Colorplan Forest Green Paper

If you’re unfamiliar with Colorplan, it’s a paper range of 50 colors, 8 weights and 25 embossings, all made in the United Kingdom. The colors range from bright yellows to deep blues and greens to pastel pink and lavender, along with a beautiful range of colorful neutrals. Colorplan is obviously totally gorgeous paired with foil and letterpress printing, but there is also a brand new collection of digital Colorplan papers! Colorplan digital includes the most popular colors, including Azure Blue, Lockwood Green, and Pale Gray, treated specifically for the digital press in order to meet the demands of the growing market. You can check out the full Colorplan digital collection right here. I’m imagining greeting cards and wedding invitations with beautiful floral illustrations printed on these gorgeous colorful papers and I am TOTALLY here for it.

Colorplan Digital Papers

The Colorplan piece that we’re giving away today showcases all of the features that make Colorplan unique, including Colorplan’s intense color formula, innovative chemistry, environmental sustainability, and versatility. Colorplan’s 50 colors are a unique blend, mixed from more than 50 high-intensity dyes and pigments. The removal of natural acids from Colorplan’s range of white papers means they stay brighter and last longer, while innovations in papermaking are exemplified in Ebony, an intense carbon-free black that won’t rub against other surfaces or tarnish when foil printed. The impact of Colorplan’s production is measured and reduced at every possible opportunity – from forest management to energy use – making it a positive force toward a balanced environment. On press, Colorplan has been optimized for use with digital printing, letterpress, lithography, foil, and embossings, as well as packaging and envelopes. You can do pretty much anything with it!

Colorplan Digital Papers

To enter, just follow the options on the Rafflecopter below – there are three different ways to enter! You have until midnight EST on Friday, August 3 to enter!

Colorplan Digital Papers

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*Sorry, limited to U.S. readers only. $50 approximate total retail value. Winners will be contacted via email after comments close.

This post is sponsored by Legion Paper. All opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting the sponsors that make Oh So Beautiful Paper possible!

  1. So many beautiful colors! Cool blue and powder are so delicate subtle but you could have a lot of fun with factory for a summer splash.

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  2. I had never heard of Colorplan’s paper until I read this post, but I love that it comes in so many colors and weights!! I would love to have this to show future clients and to design some of my own fun stationary or cards to sell! <3

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  3. I Ike that these papers are acid free–This gives them longevity, a precious thing in today’s culture of disposable goods–

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  4. Beautiful colors!! I like the texture of the blue paper in the last photo. My favorite colors are the citrine and the mid green 🙂

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