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>> Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Hi Everyone,
I know you saw him on my card share last week, but I couldn't resist using this little Candy Corn Buzz Bee stamp one more time before the season is through. Everyone say it with me, "Awwwww!"
:) :) :)
I took my color inspiration for the card from him and the newly released Candy Corn Border stamp.  The two just paired so perfectly together.  Both were stamped in Memento Tuxedo Black ink and colored with Copic markers.  The bee is up on a pop dot and so are a couple of the candy corns along the border, and if you look closely, there is also a bit of bling on the tips.
I used yellow dye ink on yellow paper for a tone on tone look, using Interlocking Circles and
Easy Dot Background stamps to create the pattern.  And the sentiment is sheer perfection if you ask me...Who's favorite vegetable isn't candy corn at this time of year, right? lol!
Have a great day!


Shelia said...

Karin this is so adorable! Love the background & design!

Sue said...

Well worth seeing this little guy for a second week with a card as cute as this one! Your die cut frame is perfect and I love your strip of regular candy corn too - especially the popped up ones! I'm just surprised you didn't do any beavering on this one :) (I really thought it was a new technique I didn't know about LOL)

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

Adorable, Karin! Perfect colors and I love the die cut layers. The sparkle on the wings is wonderful.

Janett said...

Awesome, the background and layers are wonderful and the bee and border are so cute. Love the sparkle.

Jennifer E. said...

That little candy corn bee IS cute! Nice layout a d background design!

Berni Cuttino said...

What a delightfully sweet card! The colors are so fresh and I love the pop of color on your design. Thanks for visiting and leaving the sweet luv.

Samantha said...

So cute, Karin! Buzz Bee's one of my favorites too and I just love what you've done with him!

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