Friday, August 19, 2016

Bees with Shimmer

Hello and happy Friday!  I am looking forward to a weekend that is not quite as hot as it has been.  We hope to visit a park and do some easy hiking.  

I had so much fun making the card I am sharing today!  I used a little bit of shimmer.

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I stamped the honeycomb with Versafine black pigment ink and then used Shimmer embossing powder.  You can see the shine in just the right light.  


I also colored the bees with water-based markers, and then added a touch of Sakura Stardust gel pen to the wings.  They look super sweet!


Supplies: Our Daily Bread Designs Honeycomb mini and Home Sweet Home stamps, Butterfly and Bugs stamp and die set, Versafine Onyx Black, Recollections Sparkle embossing powder, My Mind's Eye Follow Your Heart - Be Amazing paper pad, EK Success corner punch

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8 comments:

  1. Such an excellent take on what looks like a difficult sketch. You pulled it off marvelously.

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  2. Such a fun and creative take on the sketch here!! I love the bees and the shimmer is the perfect touch for this design!! HUGS :)

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  3. Oh, Heidi, I LOVE this! I love how you've used the honeycomb and fussy cut it and have the bees a-buzzing! Perfect sketch card, and I love the DP you've used. Hugs!

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  4. Such a fun card Heidi! Love it! Have a wonderful weekend! Hazel xx
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  5. Fantastic card Heidi! Love the shimmery honeycomb and all the bees buzzin' about!

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  6. Love the sheen on your card. Great take on the sketch. Lovely card Heidi. Have a nice weekend. Hugs.

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  7. very cute, I didn't know they had shimmer embossing powder, I will have to check that out, like your decorative corners and papers too!

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