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I created this color palette to capture the whole spectrum 🌈. From bright rainbow colors to muted neutrals, all tones are covered!
I use this exact color palette for all my 100 color digital papers. That means you can mix and match different patterns really easily!
You can download the full color palette in PDF format for free from my blog. All you have to do is sign up to my mailing list (no spam, I promise) and you’ll get access to the download link. You can see samples of what the PDF looks like below.
What 100 colors are included?
You get a full spectrum of colors! I included loads of reds, oranges, yellows, greens, blues, purples, pinks, browns, and grays to get the best mix of colors ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜🤎🖤🤍
You can see the full spectrum of colors below! The 100th and final color is always either black (#000000) or white (#FFFFFF).
The final color depends how you want to use the 100 color palette. If you want to use a white pattern with the 100 colors (e.g. white polka dots), the final color would be black. But if you wanted to use a black pattern (e.g. black stripes), the final color would be white.
How did you create the 100 color palette?
It took me a days to create this palette of 100 colors! I played around with lots of different combinations until I was happy all the different color groups were covered. I even named each color with the help of color-name.com!
I hope you like the results! I’m super pleased with how this palette of 100 colors turned out.
Is this 100 color palette really free?
Yes! You can download this 100 color palette completely free if you sign up to “my newsletter. You’ll get the full list of colors, including a swatch of the color, the hex code, and the color name.
You can use the 100 colors to create anything you want! Just don’t (a) share the PDF itself, (b) share the list of hex codes / colors / color names, or (c) claim that you created the palette.
If you want to share this 100 color palette with others, please share a link to this blog post!
Do you have any other freebies?
Yes! I’ve created a ton of free digital paper and clip art, and they’re all available for free right here on my blog.
I’m certain you’ll find something else you love!
What exactly do I get?
You get a 100 color palette in a PDF format. Specifically, you get a PDF file that lists 100 colors, with a sample of the color, hex code, and color name.
The 100 color palette PDF comes in a compressed format, aka a zipped format. This makes the file size smaller and saves space on my blog and on your computer or tablet.
If you don’t know how to unzip compressed files, I recommend watching one of these short tutorials on YouTube:
- How to unzip files on a Mac computer
- How to unzip files on a Windows computer
- How to unzip files on iPhone and iPad
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