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In Bloom Bundle

In Bloom Bundle and the Paper Blooms DSP

Welcome to the first Create with Connie and Mary Challenge of 2021!  I had fun with the sketch for #CCMC645.  

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It is sometime hard to decide what stamp set and  colors to use, this time it was not difficult.  I had just received the In Bloom bundle and was eager to play with it along with the Paper Blooms DSP from Sale-A-Bration.  In the SAB brochure it states that the Paper Blooms DSP coordinates with the Pretty Perennials bundle but it actually coordinates with the In Bloom bundle.  I love the colors that are used in this pack of paper, Night of Navy, Old Olive, Petal Pink, Rococo Rose, Seaside Spray and Soft Sea Foam.  I don't use Soft Sea Foam enough so I knew I had to use it. 

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In addition to the Paper Blooms DSP I used a piece of Petal Pink DSP part of the Subtles DSP  that will be available in the upcoming Annual Catalog.  As a demonstrator I was able to pre-order the DSP.  During Sale-A-Bration you will receive 1 each of the DSP packs (Subtles, Regals, Brights, Neutrals & 2020-22 In Colors) as an added bonus with the Starter kit.  This is a great added bonus to an already great kit ($99 US and choose $125 in product).  If you have any question about the Starter kit please contact me.

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These dies are one of my favorites.  I like the piercing on them a lot and that detail makes them different from any other set of dies I have.  In addition I used the white Baker's twine from the Snail Mail Twine Combo Pack.   I am so happy that we have this pack of twine and the Well Suited Twine Combo Pack.  

Thank you for stopping by and let me know if you have any question.

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