Both of these card stocks are labeled Crushed Curry. Obviously, one is older than the current one. It is my understanding that I cannot sell the older color at a yard sale since Crushed Curry is a current color. Am I correct?
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Funny, a friend and I were talking about this today, we both have two
Different shades of Crushed Curry. I think one must be from the original
dye lot when it was an InColor.
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On Sep 8, 2018, at 1:04 PM, SUDSOL [grantj] via Product Q&As <
Sometimes color can be considerably different from one lot to another.
Judi Carpenter, Decatur, IL
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Both situations are possible. I remember the suggestion of using cardstock from the same package when prepping for a class - so the color would be consistent - since the dye lots can vary up to a certain percentage. I also remember a few years ago we were notified that Real Red had “migrated” so much from its original shade that they were revamping it. My original Real Red ink pad is much brighter than the current shade of Real Red.
Regarding the selling of the older package, I don’t know. Consider using it for finished product that you are selling or gifting.
On Sep 9, 2018, at 9:37 AM, SUDSOL [Judi Carpenter] via Product Q&As <
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