17 August 2008

Have a Bee-utiful Day!

When I bought these stamps a while back I knew exactly what I wanted to do with them, this card hasn't come out exactly as planned but I still think it is cute and I know the recipient liked it so that's good enough for me! I stamped out the beehive on to some white CS and then added the bees above. I coloured them in with my Copic markers adding glitter to the bee's wings with my Spica pen. I then made a trail for the bees by piercing holes into the card. I mounted the panel to black CS then to yellow and added to a small white card blank. I stamped the sentiment on to yellow then rounded two of the corners to make a tab and added this to the card. 3 gem stones added to finish.

STAMPS: A Muse. INK: Airondack Pitch Black. CS: Craft Creations, Papertrey Ink, Papermania & Doodlebug Designs. ACCESSORIES: Woodware small corner rounder punch, Copic At You Spica glitter pen, Copic markers, Papermania Adhesive Gems.

10 comments:

  1. A fab card and a great sentiment!
    Clairexx

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  2. What a sweet little card. Love it.x

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  3. Hmmmmmmm i'm buzzing with ideas now! .... Just love it - Well Done Michelle.

    Love Pam xx

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  4. This is cute Michelle, love the sentiment and how you've made the bees trail! xx

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  5. I love the simplicity. A bee-utiful card!

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  6. This is a lovely card
    Wendy x

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  7. How cute are these Bees!! cute and Bees doesn't quite go in real life but they are cute on your card. Sue :o)

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  8. Brill card Michelle! The colours are great & fit so well with the theme, I love it!!!
    Kerry xxx

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  9. Love this card. It's bright and cheery! Fab!
    Hugs, Vicky x

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