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Stamper's Dozen Blog Hop...Hello Fall!

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Welcome to the October edition of the Stamper's Dozen Blog Hop!  This month we are all about saying Hello to Fall!  I bet you can guess what stamp set I will be showing.  Yup, you guessed it, Lighthearted Leaves.  Today, instead of a card, I am sharing a home decor idea.

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I found this inexpensive plate and thought it would be fun to decorate and display on my mantle. I cut out the largest circle from the Circles Collection framelits out of lightweight cardboard.  I used this as my base to arrange the leaves on.  Once I had all the leaves arranged and was ready to attach it to the plate I decided to use some velcro so I can change out the decoration seasonally.

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I previously shared how I made the glittery embossing in this post.  

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I'm looking forward to making more arrangements to showcase on my plate.  I think this is going to be a fun addition to my decorating.

The next stop on the hop is France Martin.  She  always has something gorgeous to share with you.

Next blog arrowIf you haven't seen BJ Peter's beautiful project then you better head in the other direction.  I know you do not want to miss out on what she has in store for you!

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Thanks again for stopping by and hopping along with us!

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debbie essay

Love this idea! Thanks for sharing. Can't wait to see what you do for Christmas

Sharon  Hashimoto Burkert

Thanks Debbie! I have a bunch of ideas and need to get them made. I will post what I come up with in a later blog post. Thanks for hopping along with us!

Karen Gerek

This is a very ingenious idea. Oh all the fun that can be had changing out the pieces for difference seasons/holidays. Very cool idea - bet it's going to be all the rage on Pinterest soon!Thanks for the share!

Sharon  Hashimoto Burkert

Thank you Karen. I hope you will share if you make your own decorated plate. Thank you for joining us on the blog hop!

Carol Carriveau

Lovely idea, looking forward to seeing your next designs for your plate!

Sharon  Hashimoto Burkert

Thank you Carol! I have lots of ideas whirring around in my head. I may have to do a monthly plate, a plate of the month just to get them all accomplished. Thanks for joining us on the hop!

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