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Welcome to the Stamper's Dozen Blog Hop!  This month we have a color combination as our theme.  We could choose to use some or all of the colors on our projects.  

I chose a limited palette of Bumblebee and Cinnamon Cider.  I haven't used Cinnamon Cider very much and it is a perfect color for the season we are in.

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This  quick and easy card features the Flowers for Every Season DSP.  It was fun mixing the different patterns in the paper pack.  I used the Forever Flourishing Dies to cut a spray of leaves also out of the Flowers for Every Season DSP.  

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I added a strip of Cinnamon Cider cardstock to break up the patterns so I could add another pattern, the Bumblebee Gingham ribbon.  I am a fan of gingham, it always looks so cheerful.  The sentiment is from the Best Year stamp set and is inked using Cinnamon Cider ink.  The punch used for the sentiment is the Timeless Label.   The label also has 2 Bumblebee enamel dots from the 2020-22 In Color Enamel Dots.

Hope you liked this quick and easy card.  Sometimes it feels right to stamp something simple and get back to the basics of stamps, ink and paper.

Now it is time to check out what Carol Payne has created for you!

Here's a list of all the stops on the hop!

 

Stamper's Dozen October 2020 Blog Hop

  1. Patty Chenail – Stamp-Patty’s - Stamping in My Flops
  2. Judy Garza – Creativity Released
  3. Sharon Hashimoto Burkert – As the Ink Dries
  4. Carol Payne – Carol Payne Stamps
  5. Joanne Cantrell – Keep It Simple, Stampers
  6. Rachel Yurkanin – Stamping with Rachel
  7. Bonnie O'Neill – Bonnie Stamped

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