Hello friends!! I recently got some new-to-me products from Honey Bee and I am IN LOVE!!!!! I combined several sets to make this Christmas shaker card & I couldn’t love it more!There are quite a few steps involved, but the Globe & Ornament Shaker Card Honey Cut Die makes it really simple!! You can actually make an ornament like I did here, or a snow globe!! Genius!!! I started off by blending alcohol inks onto Yupo paper, then set it aside to dry. While that was drying, I used the Globe & Ornament Shaker Card Honey Cut Die to cut the front of the ornament from white cardstock 8 times & the solid die of the ornament from transparency once; then the top of the ornament from silver glitter paper. The white parts were stacked and adhered on top of each other to create the “shaker”, with the transparency sandwiched between the top two layers. I also cut the Hills Borders Honey Cuts Die from white cardstock to use on my background. I stamped the tree from more Flakey Friends & the pickup and gifts from Little Pickup set with Momento Tuxedo Black Ink and colored them with Copics. I then used the Flakey Friends Honey Cuts & Little Pickup Honey Cuts to die cut the colored images. I used some Nuvo Glitter Accents – Fresh Snowfall to add some sparkly snow to the hills, tree & pickup truck, then set aside to dry. The Merry die is from the Merry & Bright Honey Cuts and was cut from silver glitter paper. The Christmas part of the sentiment is from Season’s Tweetings; it was white heat embossed onto a strip of black cardstock, then banner cut on the ends. The back of the ornament was die cut from the alcohol-inked Yupo paper with the Globe & Ornament Shaker Card Honey Cut Die. Then all that was left was to assemble the card!! The snowy hills were adhered to the background portion of the ornament and trimmed. The tree was also adhered to the background. Bokeh Lights Confetti Mix & Snowball Shaker Bits were placed onto the background, then the front part of the ornament was adhered to it. The truck, Merry die-cut, ornament top and Christmas banner were adhered as shown. I used some silver wired cord from my stash for a loop and bow.
This even fits into an A2 sized envelope!! Perfection!!
I am off to figure out a way to mass produce this to make my Christmas cards this year!!!
Have a great week!!!
Hello!! I am over on The Ton’s Blog today with this simple shaker card!!
I would love for you to stop by!!!!
Hello there!! I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving and ate all the turkey your stomach could hold!!
Now that Thanksgiving is over, it has really hit me that I need to get to work on my Christmas cards!! Do you send out handmade holiday cards? Well, The Ton has made it much easier on us this year!!All you need is this Vintage Christmas Block stamp, white & colored cardstock, Versamark & your choice of embossing powder!! Such a simple, but elegant card that anyone would love to receive!! I heat embossed my red cardstock with gold & gold sparkle embossing powders, while the blue cardstock was embossed with silver and a combination of sparkle silver & white. I trimmed the embossed images, leaving a small border of the colored cardstock. Then they were matted with a piece of red or silver glitter paper…easy peasy!! Plus, you will not have to add extra postage, since they are bulk-free!!
Thanks for stopping by today!!! I hope I have inspired you to get started on your holiday cards!!!
Hello there all!! Welcome back to another project for Honey Bee Tuesday!!! I can’t stop playing with the adorable birds from the Season’s Tweetings set!! When I looked at the set, I thought it would be so cute to arrange all the birds into a choir, singing Christmas carols…I started off by first stamping all the birds from the Season’s Tweetings set onto full adhesive post-it notes and cut them out to create a few masks of each bird. Then I went to work stamping the rows of birds with Versamark and heat embossing them with gold embossing powder, masking as needed. Once all the stamping & embossing was complete, I colored the birds with Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers. Next, I watercolored the sky with Distress Ink, then splattered with water and picked up some of the color to look like snow. I also flicked some watered down white paint onto the sky for snowflakes. The sentiment and music notes are also from Season’s Tweetings, and were stamped with Versamark and heat embossed with gold embossing powder onto the sky. I trimmed the panel down slightly and adhered it onto some fun foam, before centering it onto some gold foil striped paper that I had in my stash.
Thanks again for joining me for another Honey Bee Tuesday!!! I’ll see you next Tuesday with another Honey Bee project!!!
Hello everyone!! I LOVE combining elements from different manufacturers on cards!!!!!! I have a traditional colored holiday card to share with you today…I began by stamping the Holly Branch from The Ton several times on white cardstock with their Bright Fern, Coral Cavern & Valentine inks. I stamped the branch & the veins in the holly leaves with Versamark & heat embossed with gold embossing powder. The Holly Branch Coordinating Die was then used to cut out the images. I also used the die with an embossing pad to emboss the outline onto red cardstock. The die-cuts were adhered onto the red panel and the elements hanging off the edge were trimmed flush, before matting onto green cardstock and adhering to a top-folding note card. The sentiment is from the WPlus9 Be Merry set. It was embossed with gold embossing powder before cutting with the Coordinating Die. I also colored the open part of Merry with a red Tombow marker. I added some sparkle to each of the berries with a Spectrum Noir Sparkle Pen and then covered with some Morning Dew Nuvo Drops for dimension. Lastly, I used small confetti dots from the Occasion Confetti set with some Tsukeneko Galaxy Gold Ink to fill in the spaces on the background.
Thanks for hanging out with me for a bit today!! Have a delightful day!!
Hello everyone!! Hope you had a wonderful weekend!!! I am over on The Ton’s Blog today with this striking holiday card!! Won’t you come by to say hi & get all the details?Have a great week!!!
Happy World Kindness Day!! The members of the Honey Bee Design Team have all created projects in honor of World Kindness Day!! After all, the world can always use more kindness!!!
Melissa is generously offering 25% off the Kindness Stamp & Dies!! She is also giving away four $25 Gift Certificates to the shop!!! Two on the blog & two on the honeybeestamps Instagram page. All you have to do is comment on the blog post or the Instagram post to enter to win!! How’s that for spreading some kindness? Good luck!!
I started out by blending some alcohol inks onto Yupo paper for the background, then set it aside to dry. I stamped several of the flowers, leaves & bees from the Busy Bees set onto white cardstock, then colored them with Copic markers. The images were then die-cut with the Busy Bees Coordinating Honey Cut Dies. Next, I used the Kindness Honey Cut Dies to cut kindness from black cardstock and silver glitter paper. I adhered those together slightly offset, to create a drop shadow. The background panel was then cut with the A2 Double Stitched Frame Honey Cuts, then adhered to a piece of silver glitter cardstock that was cut slightly larger than the background panel. After figuring out proper placement for all of my elements, I stamped the sentiment from the Kindness stamp set onto the background panel with Versafine Onyx Black Ink. The kindness die-cut and leaves were adhered directly to the panel, while the flowers and bee were popped up with foam adhesive. A few small Wedding Ring Rhinestones were the perfect finishing touch.Thanks so very much for stopping by today!! And please remember, a little kindness does go a long way!!!
Happy Thursday fiends!! I ran across a photo a while ago & couldn’t get it out of my head. The photo had white anemones with a beautiful blue coming out from each petal and the end of each of the stamen. I had the perfect stamp set from The Ton to try to replicate this beautiful flower…Anemone Cluster Mini Set. So I got to work…I stamped the Anemone Cluster Mini Set set onto white cardstock twice with Caviar Ink; then colored with Copic markers and colored pencils. I added the blue on the end of the stamen with a Souffle’ pen. The images were then cut out with the Coordinating Die. The sentiment is from Large Peony 4. It was stamped with Versamark and heat embossed with silver embossing powder onto a strip of polka-dot vellum. I selected a piece of blue cardstock that matched the flowers pretty closely. I wrapped the vellum sentiment strip around the blue panel and adhered it on the back. I added a strip of Silver Glitter Tape to each side of a top-folding note card, then adhered the blue panel. The die-cut images were adhered as shown with foam adhesive. Sequins from the Summer Skies Couture Mix were scattered around the die-cuts for the finishing touch.
Thanks for joining me today!! Have a great weekend!!
Hello crafters & welcome back to Honey Bee Tuesday!!!
Have you been enjoying all the projects created with the New Release? All the products will be available for purchase at 11 pm PST tonight!!! Is this release adorable or what?? The little birdies are so sweet…or should I say tweet…lol!! When I first saw the set, the birds reminded me of Tweety…the Looney Tunes bird. So, I HAD to color them yellow…ha!!!I began by blending alcohol inks onto Yupo paper for the background. I sat that aside to dry, then stamped the little birdies from the Season’s Tweetings set with Momento Tuxedo Black Ink. I colored those with Copic markers and then fussy cut the bodies. I used a Momento black marker around the outside edges, to hide the white core of the paper. I free-hand drew a tree branch and colored it with Copics also. Once the alcohol inked panel was dry, I heat embossed the sentiment with white embossing powder. The birds were adhered with foam adhesive toward the bottom of the card. I drew in the legs on the background panel with the black marker. I then popped the branch up with foam adhesive and drew the birds’ feet directly onto the branch. I used the Snowfall Shaker Bits all over the card front, to look like falling snow.
Well, that’s it for me today!! Thanks for flying by!!!